Liz Murray talks to abc.com about her journey from homelessness to Harvard to TC this fall to study in the Psychology and Spirituality program and work with homeless teens. Published: 10/14/2013
Faculty, alumni and students tackle a range of issues, from mobile technology to group therapy for people living in the aftermath of disaster Published: 4/23/2013
Academic Festival Session 2013 Published: 4/22/2013
It's not the jam-packed schedules stressing teens out -- in fact, extra-curricular activities help blow off steam -- but highly competitive behavior should be discouraged, Luthar told the Toronto Globe and Mail. Published: 2/7/2013
TC's Bonanno: Hurricane Sandy Victims Could Experience Ongoing Effects of "Grinding, Daily Wear and Stress"
In an interview, Bonanno, a Professor of Clnical Psychology, said symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder are likely to mount as people dig out of the disaster. Published: 11/7/2012
Lisa Miller, Associate Professor of Education, has been honored for her humanitarian and peace-building efforts by the Association for Trauma Outreach and Prevention (ATOP)/ Meaningful World. Published: 9/24/2012
The Times visited Covenent House The new Spirituality and Mind-Body concentration in TC's Clinical Psychology Program Published: 8/10/2012
Lisa Miller Honored for Her Humanitarian Work
Miller was among a group of honorees that included Hervé Ladsous , the United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations; BangladeshiAmbassador Anwarul Chowdhury, Former UN Under Secretary General and High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries, and Small Island Developing Countries; Lhatu Wangchuk,, Ambassador from the Republic of Bhutan, who developed and spearheaded within the UN a new system of assessing nations’ happiness as well as economic indicators; Kevin Parker, a member of the New York State Senate; and Queen Mother Dr. Delois N. Blakely, who holds the title of Community Mayor of Harlem.
Miller, who is the editor of The Oxford Handbook of Psychology and Spirituality, was recognized for 15 years of courageous and persistent scholarship that have helped prompt the American Psychological Association to recognize spirituality as a focus of psychology.
Meaningful World is a nonprofit organization created by Teachers College alumna Ani Kalayjian, a psychotherapist whose work focuses on healing those who have survived man-made or natural disasters. Kalayjian, whose parents were survivors of the 1915 genocide of the Armenians, received TC’s Distinguished Alumni Award in 2007