You Don’t Need to Struggle Alone – PGIAA Careline

You Do Not Need to Struggle Alone . . . Our world is challenged these days ~ Covid-19 Pandemic; Racial Strife, Inclement Weather; horrific fires raging across California and the Pacific [...]

Pacifica Diversity & Inclusion Council’s Diversity Symposium – August 29

  Pacifica Diversity & Inclusion Council’s Diversity Symposium “As we find ourselves in the ever-changing landscape of national demographics, shifting priorities, and real [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Veterans Are Fighting Anti-Immigrant Hate With New Twitter Campaign

Veterans Are Fighting Anti-Immigrant Hate With New Twitter Campaign U.S. military veterans are taking up a new fight for the country ― against anti-immigrant hate. As part of a new Twitter [...]

Posttraumatic Growth by Larry R. Decker, Ph.D.

POSTRAUMATIC GROWTH Larry R. Decker, Ph.D. Posttraumatic Growth (PTG) refers to the improvement in emotional and psychological functioning as a result of a traumatic experience. For combat [...]

Between Solitude and Loneliness

BETWEEN SOLITUDE AND LONELINESS By Donald Hall October 15, 2016 // The New Yorker At eighty-seven, I am solitary. I live by myself on one floor of the 1803 farmhouse where my family has lived [...]

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