COMING HOME: An Age-Old Story Seen Through “Soul Eyes” by Bonnie Bright

Human beings are made of stories—the stories we have lived; stories that serve to guide us, and the stories that we aspire to create. One ancient and archetypal story that each of us carries [...]

Dr. Nina M. Kelly is recognized by Continental Who’s Who

NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Dr. Nina M. Kelly is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as Top Artist and Healer for her dedication and excellence as a Mythologist, [...]

Experience Immersive Ritual Dance with Ryan McCormack, 2015 MA Depth Psychology

Colee Garr of Hilo Shala, dancer and choreographer Jenn Eng, Dance Magic’s Jami Deva, kumu hula Ryan McCormack and vocal artist Rhiannon will present “Internal Altars,” an immersive ritual dance [...]

Breaking the Mold: The LaFetra College of Education’s Center for Neurodiversity, Learning, and Wellness is supporting student success one heart and one mind at a time.

Patricia Taylor, PhD Depth Psychology 2007 – founder of the center is our alumna. Breaking the Mold The LaFetra College of Education’s Center for Neurodiversity, Learning, and Wellness is [...]

Meet Our New PGIAA Board of Directors and Officers

Dave Alber Launches Hybrid Oil 360° Panoramic VR Paintings in Art Exhibition Exploring Cultural Continuity

Kun·Chef, D03, No.505, Duke Avenue, Kunshan, 215300, Jiangsu Opening: Oct. 13, 3:30 pm Exhibition Duration: Oct. 13 – Dec. 31, 2019 The art exhibition Old World New World at KunChef in Kunshan [...]

‘Rituals can help with the loss of a baby’ by Patricia Danaher

Journalist Patricia Danaher hopes that a Japanese practice can help the grieving process, writes Kathy Donaghy In her life as a journalist, Patricia Danaher, who is originally from Cork, covered [...]

Working Therapeutically with Video Gamers and Their Families by Anthony Bean, PhD Clinical 2015

Video games are a common form of entertainment, but small percentage of those who regularly play video games engage in excessive use of video games. There is a professional debate about whether [...]

Review of Memory: The Origins of Alien with William Will Linn (PhD Mythological Studies, 2015) in NY Times

Our alum, William Will Linn​ (PhD Mythological Studies, 2015) appears in theaters across the country through this weekend and next week! We hope you will see Memory: The Origins of Alien and join [...]