Dispatch 140: College of Social Sciences Updates for February

DEPARTMENT OF HUMANISTIC & CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

 Publishing

  •  Susi Ferrarello, Ph.D., and Nicolle Zapien, Ph.D., co-authored and recently released a new book, titled Ethical Experience: A Phenomenology

  • A recent article in the Atlantic, titled What It's Like to Visit an Existential Therapist, features work from Rollo May, PhD - one of the founders of the Humanistic Psychology Institute, which later became Saybrook University - as well as contributions from current Saybrook faculty members Drs. Orah Krug and Louis Hoffman

DEPARTMENT OF LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT 

Publishing

Contributions to the World of Practice

  • In January, Mary Kay Chess, PhD, hosted an Executive Round Table (ER Call) for health care leaders around the country on increasing the capacity for innovation and creativity in unique networks and community-based shared services organizations. This session was a follow-up to the in-person two-day Innovation Lab led by Dr. Chess during a healthcare summit in 2018.  

  • Joanne L. Smikle, PhD was in Charleston, SC facilitating executive development sessions for physicians selected to participate in the American Academy of Neurology’s Women Leading in Neurology Program and their Diversity Leadership Program. Dr. Smikle’s sessions focused on the competencies required to deliver transformational leadership in the rapidly changing healthcare environment.