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Karen Werner, PhD, MEd's picture

Johnny's Jubilance

Graduating student Johnny Ridenour (BAS '14) chimes in about what brought him to Goddard:

"When I finally got it together to return to school after 20+ years off, I thought of Goddard. My Dad did the same thing when he looked for a way to fit graduate school into a busy family life in the late 1970s. He found Goddard’s low-residency program. He was thrilled to have folks like Raymond Carver as advisors.

Michele Clark, MEd, MA's picture

The Mediocre Meditator: Brain Science and Procrastination

 

     Faced with writing what seemed like an endless number of papers when I was in graduate school many years ago, I stumbled across a method for overcoming procrastination.  Much more recently, in the November-December 2013 issue of The Psychotherapy Networker I came across an article that grounded my method in physiology. Eureka! I cried. (Well, mumbled, really). And how affirming.

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Student Reflections on Drama Therapy & Embodied Play

 

Group Drama Therapy Session led by new MA in Psychology & Counseling student Sarvenaz Moshfegh Asiedu on April 1, 2014...

 

"Coming from an expressive therapy program into a counseling psychology program, I am reminded how much I need to connect with people through embodied play.  When we engage the body, we engage a more flexible mind.

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BFA News & Achievements - Spring 2014

 

Welcome to our Spring 2014 BFA in Creative Writing eNewsletter! The students and faculty of our wonderful program have been busy since the fall residency.  Here’s a run-down of recent publications, readings, collaborations, and general literary accomplishments:

STUDENTS

Cerridwin Aker has received a full scholarship to study nonfiction at the 27th annual Fishtrap Writers Conference in Oregon this summer.

Quintin Anderson was accepted into the NYU intensive summer program to study poetry.

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