The Wright Institute Administration & Staff

New study explores impacts of clinical supervisory relationships on supervisees and supervisors

Dr. Ritchie Rubio, Full-Time Faculty member in the Counseling Psychology program, co-presents his research to the San Francisco Department of Public Health Behavioral Health Services division.

Dr. Rubio Incorporates Art Therapy and Play Therapy into Instruction

Dr. Ritchie Rubio, Full-Time Faculty member in the Counseling Psychology program, incorporates art and play therapy into each class that he teaches - including Psychopharmacology & the Biological Bases of Behavior! Find out more about this unique passion and its benefits.

Leaning into Discomfort: Wright Institute Faculty Member Presents on White Fragility

Lyman Hollins, a member of the adjunct faculty for both the Counseling Psychology and Clinical Psychology programs at the Wright Institute, recently participated in a fall symposium hosted by The Psychotherapy Institute (TPI) entitled: “Understanding White Fragility and its Impact on Clinical Work in a Multicultural Society.”

Leveraging Duality: Using Humor with Borderline Clients

Wright Institute Clinical Psychology faculty member Dr. Lauren Shapiro, Ph.D. presents the preliminary findings of her qualitative research on the clinical implications of using humor with clients with Borderline Personality Disorder.

Lessons from Darkness

Longtime Clinical Program Faculty Member, Dr. Anita Barrows, has published one of her poems in an anthology.

Does losing a parent help us develop gratitude?

A recent Wright Institute Clinical Program graduate, Dr. Nathan Greene, recently published an article with Elephant Journal exploring how the experience of losing his mother to cancer when he was a teen shaped his development as a more grateful person.

Faculty Members Active in Asian American Psychological Association

Wright Institute faculty members Alicia del Prado and Ulash Thakore-Dunlap hold leadership roles within the Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA), a national organization dedicated to Asian American psychology and mental health issues and training and education of Asian American mental health professionals.

Healing Through Creative Expression

Chetna Mehta, a recent graduate of the Wright Institute’s Master’s in Counseling Psychology program, has combined her passions for art and psychology to devise a personalized style of healing.

Learn more about Chetna’s practice and work here. Learn more about her upcoming workshops here.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. One in four Americans is directly affected by family violence, and sexual harassment and assault are common (as was highlighted by the recent #metoo campaign). At the Wright Institute, we believe that a strong Marriage and Family Therapist must have a solid understanding of how to attend to and support clients who are impacted by domestic violence.

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