Sponsored by the Kathryn Donahue Foundation, the Psychology Departments invites at least one speaker a quarter to share their experiences in humanistic psychology. This is a great opportunity for students to learn more about the different aspects and potential routes that they can take through the Psychology field. Listed below are the scheduled speakers for the current school year:
When: April 26th 12:30-1:30pm
Where: Casey Commons
Join us as we welcome Alumni Kristin Beck and Jennifer Reisberg as they speak about their journey to becoming a Therapist.
Kristin Beck, MA, LMHCA is a psychotherapist and cofounder of Inside Out Therapy Alliance, a group practice serving teenagers and their families. A Seattle University MAP program alum (’15), her approach is rooted in the existential-phenomenological therapeutic tradition. She has observed that the therapy relationship is a clever microcosm of "real" life, a lab in which we do the creative work of making sense of our own stories. She works primarily with parents of young adults (middle school through college).
Jennifer Reisberg, MA, LMHCA is a psychotherapist and cofounder of Inside Out Therapy Alliance. She is also a qualitative researcher and adjunct psychology professor. Jennifer is particularly interested in how philosophical ideas (especially ideas found in existentialism and phenomenology) can be applied in meaningful ways to the practice of psychotherapy. She specializes in working with teenagers and young adults.