The Neuroscience of Domestic Violence

The Marjaree Mason Center Presents: The Neuroscience of Domestic Violence: Clinical Intervention with the Brain in Mind By: Daniel Jay Sonkin, Ph.D. Objectives To discuss the application of the concept of neuroplasticity and its relationship to domestic violence intervention. To discuss secure base priming and its positive effect on affect regulation problems, such as domestic […]

Creativity & Madness Conference

This conference looks like a great opportunity for those interested in Art and Psychology. Check it out! Creativity & Madness Conference: Psychological Studies of Art and Artists Where: Santa Fe, New Mexico When: July 28-August 1, 2014 The Mary Lou Panter scholarship is available. More information on the conference and the scholarship can be found […]

Guest Blog: Alumna Liz Mason’s 2013 Reflections

“C” is for Cancer “I will not say that 2013 has been a bad year. No. I have so much to be thankful for,” a fellow cancer patient proclaimed recently at a family support group. Challenging words. Last year I became a reluctant member of the community of cancer patients and survivors. I choose the […]

World Network of Family & Systemic Therapies 2014 Conference

WNFST is hosting their 2014 Conference “Playing the System: Embracing the Effectiveness & Healing Capacity of Family Therapy & Systemic Practice” March 18-20, 2014 in Alexandra Park, Auckland, New Zealand! There will be keynote talks, group discussions, & networking. Check out the list of speakers on their conference website or the conference poster. Earlybird specials […]

In Remembrance of Stanley Elmer Lindquist, Ph.D.

It is with a heavy heart that I write to let you know that Dr. Stanley Lindquist passed away last Friday, December 6th, 2013. Dr. Stan’s vision of starting Link Care Center has provided a place where thousands of missionaries have been helped over the last 50 years. Link Care has offered our students and […]

Alumni Updates

MFT Alumni, We miss you! Please write or call (559-453-2368) and tell us what you’re up to. Our Alumni newsletter is looking slim with Alumni updates. Even if your life is “Same ol’ same ol’” to you, we’d love to hear about your careers, ministries, family, recreation & hobbies.

Spring 2014 Elective Courses

COUN 767 Speaking the Unspeakable When:  March 10- 13, & 15,  5- 8:30 p.m. Units: 2, available for audit Professor: Susan Napolitano, Ph.D. HIST 722 Women in the Christian Tradition When:  Wednesdays, 6-9 p.m., Jan 15-May 7th Units: 3, available for audit Professor: Valerie Rempel, Ph.D. Registration for the Spring opens November 18th. Alumni are […]

Private Practice Job Opportunity

Interested in developing a private practice? We recently heard of opportunities with the Center for Personal & Relational Development (CPRD). If you are interested, contact Valerie Elwell, MFTProgram.assistant (at) fresno (dot) edu.