Statement from Pacifica Students and Alumni

Statement from Pacifica Students and Alumni   Public Statement: If you have come to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, [...]

A Statement from the Board of Pacifica Graduate Institute Alumni Association

A Statement from the Board of Pacifica Graduate Institute Alumni Association    We as a cultural group of Africanist people have been in an intergenerational struggle for our lives that does not [...]

SBCAMFT- PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

SBCAMFT- PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE   Hello Dear Santa Barbara CAMFT Community, The Board of SBCAMFT would like to reach out to our membership with a message of commitment and support during [...]

COVID 19 and underlying racial conditions: a depth psychological perspective with Dr. Fanny Brewster – Part 2

Dr. William James Jones – The Pain

The Pain I’m exhausted from the pain. The pain of injustice, the pain of racism, the pain of America’s history toward men and women of color, the pain of violence. I’m exhausted from the pain of [...]

COVID 19 and underlying racial conditions: a depth psychological perspective with Dr. Fanny Brewster – Part 1

PGIAA President Harry Grammer – George Floyd Statement

PGIAA President Harry Grammer – George Floyd Statement “The death of George Floyd in the wake of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Botham Jean and hundreds of recent others is [...]

Alicia Keys performing Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata”

Alicia Keys performing Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata” Dear Students: Please accept this offering as a feeble expression of the grief I feel for all of us in the Myth Program [...]

Immigration Statement from Joe Cambray, Ph.D.

Immigration Statement As Clinical Psychologists, Depth Psychologists, and Marriage and Family Therapists teaching at Pacifica Graduate Institute, we feel compelled to publicly offer our [...]

Holding the Tension: One Woman’s Journey from Immigrant to Therapist

An Interview with MFT Consortium Stipend Recipient, Naris Kesheshe A Guest Post by Bonnie Bright, Ph.D. When she was 13 years old, Naris Kesheshe—who recently finished her third year in the [...]

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