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Alonso Center Presents: Decolonizing Cognition

2024-02-13T15:45:14-08:00

Alonso Center Presents: Decolonizing Cognition Magical Thinking, Psychoanalysis, & the Spectrum of Rationality.  Please join us on Sunday, February 18, 11.30 a.m.-2.30 p.m. ET, for a presentation by a guest speaker, Rain Mason Olbert, PhD, titled “Decolonizing Cognition: Magical Thinking, Psychoanalysis, & the Spectrum of Rationality.”    Email alonso@fielding.edu to receive a Zoom link.  Rain Mason Olbert, Ph.D. Talk Description:  The ascendency of natural science and its focus on objective knowledge fostered a powerful ideology—naturalism—which devalues and marginalizes non-scientific ways of experiencing and knowing the world. Max Weber named the experience of mechanization and objectification following in [...]

Alonso Center Presents: Decolonizing Cognition2024-02-13T15:45:14-08:00

Transforming Trauma into Beauty: Community Healing and Solidarity-Building Through Arts-Based Phenomenological Research

2024-02-13T15:48:29-08:00

Ruthellen Josselson Chair in Qualitative Inquiry Speaker Series Presents: Transforming Trauma into Beauty: Community Healing and Solidarity-Building Through Arts-Based Phenomenological Research will feature Nisha Gupta, Ph.D., on April 7, 8:30 - 10:30 a.m. PT | 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. ET. Register Today! Nisha Gupta, Ph.D. The goal of this learning experience is to introduce participants to arts-based phenomenological research as a vehicle for emancipatory praxis to serve the mission of liberation psychology, which is to raise critical consciousness about the psychological impact of sociopolitical oppression and to partner with marginalized communities to foster dialogue, community healing, [...]

Transforming Trauma into Beauty: Community Healing and Solidarity-Building Through Arts-Based Phenomenological Research2024-02-13T15:48:29-08:00

Ruthellen Josselson Chair in Qualitative Inquiry Speaker Series to Feature José Giovanni Luiggi-Hernández, Ph.D., M.P.H.

2023ե֭-11-16T09:05:12-08:00

Mixing Qualitative Methodologies - The Phenomenology and Grounded Theory of Hope and Hopelessness in a Colonized Context Ruthellen Josselson Chair in Qualitative Inquiry Speaker Series will feature José Giovanni Luiggi-Hernández, Ph.D., M.P.H., on December 2, 10 a.m.-noon PT; 1-3 p.m. ET. Register today The goal of this learning experience is to introduce the participant to the mixing of qualitative methodologies with the purpose of adequately answer multiple, complex research questions. To meet these goal, the speaker (1) will present literature regarding mixing qualitative methods (2) provide an example of how this has been done by presenting the methodology and [...]

Ruthellen Josselson Chair in Qualitative Inquiry Speaker Series to Feature José Giovanni Luiggi-Hernández, Ph.D., M.P.H.2023ե֭-11-16T09:05:12-08:00

Alonso Center Presents: The Impact of AI on the Profession & Practice of Psychology

2023ե֭-08-22T09:52:07-07:00

Alonso Center Presents: The Impact of AI on the Profession & Practice of Psychology By Sanford Drob, Ph.D. Many have expressed concerns that the development of AI poses a threat to humanity. The concerns that I will discuss do not stem from the possibility that AI will take over, run amok and destroy the human species (although this possibility cannot be ruled out), but rather from the very high likelihood, that AI will unravel the activities, relationships, creative ventures, and institutions that from the dawn of civilization have constituted our humanity. It is for this reason that the emergence of [...]

Alonso Center Presents: The Impact of AI on the Profession & Practice of Psychology2023ե֭-08-22T09:52:07-07:00

Amy Taylor, Ph.D., Appointed Inaugural Ruthellen Josselson Chair in Qualitative Inquiry

2023ե֭-07-20T10:16:08-07:00

Amy Taylor, Ph.D. Amy Taylor, Ph.D., Director of the Alonso Center for Psychodynamic Studies and Clinical Psychology faculty member, was recently appointed to the prestigious role as the inaugural Ruthellen Josselson Chair in Qualitative Inquiry.   Ruthellen Josselson, Ph.D., has a storied career and is a longtime Clinical Psychology faculty member and psychotherapist. Established in 2020, the Ruthellen Josselson Chair in Qualitative Inquiry fund supports Fielding faculty research, while honoring the legacy of Dr. Josselson and affirming the importance of qualitative research in psychology as acknowledged by the American Psychological Association Division 5, Quantitative and Qualitative Methods.  Dr. Taylor [...]

Amy Taylor, Ph.D., Appointed Inaugural Ruthellen Josselson Chair in Qualitative Inquiry2023ե֭-07-20T10:16:08-07:00
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