Coach Educator Dr. Lynn Myhal Joins EBC Faculty

2021-09-14T22:47:37+00:00

Coach Educator Dr. Lynn Myhal Joins the Evidence Based Coaching faculty Coach Educator Dr. Lynn Myhal Fielding is excited to announce a new Evidence Based Coaching faculty member. Dr. Lynn Myhal is a widely known coach educator, and we are delighted to welcome her to the adjunct team. She was referred by current faculty, and her diverse experience and knowledge will serve Fielding in many ways. She will instruct in all areas of the accredited coach training program, and EBC will leverage her expertise in the new delivery model that launched on 9/8/21. Dr. Lynn Myhal has [...]

Coach Educator Dr. Lynn Myhal Joins EBC Faculty2021-09-14T22:47:37+00:00

Am I crossing boundaries into Therapy? A Point of View

2021-08-29T23:05:24+00:00

Deepal Awal, Ph.D. By Deepal Awal, PhD, Evidence Based Coaching Faculty, Fielding Graduate University One of the quintessential questions I always hear from my students is around the role of emotions in coaching. The question is: But if I explore emotions and past history, isn’t that the domain of therapy rather than coaching? My deepest rewards in coaching clients comes when I make a difference to their life and living, emotional state of being, and their sense of themselves and their own capacity. In other words: when I can empower them to make a sustainable difference in their [...]

Am I crossing boundaries into Therapy? A Point of View2021-08-29T23:05:24+00:00

Dolores Bunnell Scholarship Aims to Support Early Childhood Educators

2021-08-27T17:49:43+00:00

This scholarship is available to incoming students to help defer the cost of attending the first year of graduate studies at Fielding. Fielding alum (HOD’98) and Trustee Emerita Karin Bunnell, PhD, honors her mother, Dolores (Dee) Bunnell, by establishing a scholarship for early childhood educators and professionals. Mrs. Dolores Bunnell with her students, class of 1978 Human development begins the day a child is born. The experience of early childhood has the most significant impact on one’s life. Birth through age six is a golden opportunity to help children become compassionate and curious youngsters. “Early childhood educators understand [...]

Dolores Bunnell Scholarship Aims to Support Early Childhood Educators2021-08-27T17:49:43+00:00

Tiner-Witt Educational Advancement Scholarship Announced

2020-11-05T15:04:06+00:00

The EdD Leadership for Change Program at Fielding Graduate University is proud to announce the new scholarship honoring long-term faculty members and leaders of the Program, Dr. Kathy Tiner and Dr. Judy Witt. Dr. Kathy Tiner The scholarship honors Dr. Kathy Tiner and Dr. Judy Witt, long-time academic leaders and faculty members of our EdD program. Over the years, both invested their passion, skills, and time in helping the Program's students and alumni develop into strong change agents who have transformed educational and social service agencies, systems, districts, and schools—in elementary, secondary, and postsecondary domains. This scholarship, bearing their [...]

Tiner-Witt Educational Advancement Scholarship Announced2020-11-05T15:04:06+00:00

The Alien Invasion is Finally Here. And It’s Invisible.

2020-04-14T15:11:35+00:00

BY JEAN-PIERRE ISBOUTS, DLITT For decades, Hollywood films fantasized what it would be like if the world was suddenly confronted with an alien invasion. From Robert Wise’s “The Day the Earth Stood Still” (1951) to Steven Spielberg’s “War of the Worlds” (2005), these movies showed us the unimaginable devastation that would follow in the wake of these alien beings. The main plot of such films invariably revolved around a single question: What would be our response? What would happen if our planet was suddenly confronted by this great menace, superseding our borders, ideologies, race, or creed? The answer: At long last, [...]

The Alien Invasion is Finally Here. And It’s Invisible.2020-04-14T15:11:35+00:00

Faculty Fellow Honored by APA

2018-08-07T15:18:01+00:00

Dr. Patricia Arredondo named ‘Woman of Color Changemaker’ Dr. Patricia Arredondo Fielding Graduate University faculty fellow Patricia Arredondo, EdD, has just received two outstanding honors from the psychology community. Last month she was named as one of 25 psychologists to be featured in the newest panel of the American Psychological Association (APA)’s traveling exhibit “I Am Psyched! Inspiring Histories, Inspiring Lives: Women of Color in Psychology.” Dr. Arredondo, who is the founding president of the National Latina/o Psychological Association and past president of the American Counseling Association, will appear on the panel “Firsts: Women of Color Changemakers” during the exhibit’s [...]

Faculty Fellow Honored by APA2018-08-07T15:18:01+00:00

HOD Welcomes New Faculty Members

2017-08-08T16:38:29+00:00

Fielding is proud to welcome the following new faculty members to the Human & Organizational Development department in our School of Leadership Studies: John Austin, PhD Management, Boston College John has deep knowledge of OD; an impressive record of research and publications in top journals in OD; and deep experience in consultancy and change agentry in organizations.  He brings research and practice knowledge with respect to leadership and leadership development in organizations.  His commitment to social justice is demonstrated both in practice and research.  He offers a range a methodological expertise, including qualitative and quantitative approaches. Tracy Fisher, PhD Anthropology, The [...]

HOD Welcomes New Faculty Members2017-08-08T16:38:29+00:00

Dr. Cannon Earns Nautilus Book Award

2017-05-03T09:48:34+00:00

Dr. Susan Cannon, adjunct faculty in Fielding's Organizational Development & Leadership program, has received a prestigious Nautilus Book Award for her book The Way of the Mysterial Woman: Upgrading How You Live, Love, and Lead. Co-authored with Suzanne Anderson, the book "offers a new source code for our culture," says Conscious Evolution author Barbara Marx Hubbard. "With great compassion and wisdom we are guided through dynamic steps toward a new level of wholeness. Highly recommended.” The Nautilus Book Awards recognize publications in the genre of social and environmental justice. Past recipients include the Dalai Lama, Deepak Chopra, Barbara Kingsolver, and Desmund Tutu. Dr. Cannon's book [...]

Dr. Cannon Earns Nautilus Book Award2017-05-03T09:48:34+00:00

Jean-Pierre Isbouts to Reveal True Story of Disney

2016-01-05T22:56:24+00:00

Santa Barbara residents are invited to hear Walt Disney documentarian and Fielding Graduate University faculty member Jean-Pierre Isbouts shed light on the storied and often surprising life of Disney’s founder, illustrated with excerpts from the acclaimed film Walt: The Man Behind the Myth at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016, at the Fess Parker DoubleTree Hotel, 633 E. Cabrillo Boulevard. Fifty years after his death, Walt Disney remains one of the most celebrated — and misunderstood — figures in popular culture. Narrated by Dick Van Dyke and featuring interviews with luminary Ray Bradbury; stars like Robert Stack, Buddy Ebsen and Fess Parker; and animators who worked on the classic films Snow White,Pinocchio and [...]

Jean-Pierre Isbouts to Reveal True Story of Disney2016-01-05T22:56:24+00:00
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