Elli’s Ride: Death Beyond Imagination by Andrea Deerhart, Myth 2014

Sharing the upcoming release of my book Elli’s Ride: Death beyond Imagination. This was my production piece of my dissertation. It is an creative nonfiction of an 11 year old death and beyond She [...]

Inspired to Greatness: A Feminine Approach to Healing the World

Inspired to Greatness: A Feminine Approach to Healing the World Is it possible for a woman to be empowered and be happy? Exciting new release explores this question from a research perspective [...]

Commencement 2017

Pacifcia Graduate Institute’s 2017 commencement ceremonies will be held at the Ladera Lane campus. All thesis presentations and commencement ceremonies will take place Memorial Day [...]

News from Pacifica’s student/alumni subcommittee of the Diversity & Inclusion Council (DIC) March 2017

News from Pacifica’s student/alumni subcommittee of the Diversity & Inclusion Council (DIC) March 2017 By Jana Hendricks We are proud to announce that Pacifica has recently hired three [...]

Timely Information re: Local Immigration Resources

Dear Faculty and Staff, The Immigration Response Task Force at Pacifica  emerged out of February’s Town Hall Meeting. This task force is comprised of faculty, staff, and executive-level [...]

Get Involved with Local Organizations

SANTA BARBARA PROGRESSIVE COALITION GET INVOLVED WITH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS (Partial List*) Organization Website Mission Multi-Issue SB Progressive Coalition [...]

Los Angeles Region Spring 2017 Newsletter

Spring On March 20th, 2017 we, in the northern hemisphere, usher in the spring (or vernal) equinox. Astronomically, this means that the Earth’s tilt has shifted in such a way that we now get more [...]

On Feminist Roots and Radical Edges of Depth Psychology at Pacifica: In Celebration of Women’s History Month

On Feminist Roots and Radical Edges of Depth Psychology at Pacifica: In Celebration of Women’s History Month  Oksana Yakushko, PhD For many women and men, the discovery of feminism as a personal [...]

Get Out the Way: The Power of a Grandma by Beth Anne Boardman

Get Out the Way: The Power of a Grandma by Beth Anne Boardman, PhD Without getting into politics (cue hysterical laughter), per se, I would like to relate my wobbly path through current events. [...]

Creative Hands: Expressing Feelings and Developing Thoughts

Presented by Marion Anderson, Ph.D. “Often the hands will solve a mystery that the intellect has struggled with in vain.” – C. G. Jung Through his own experience, C.G. Jung found that his [...]

page 1 of 2