New LGBT Specialization Philosophy Page

The Antioch University LGBT Specialization in Clinical Psychology Philosophy “Training the Next Generation of LGBT Psychotherapists in LGBT-Affirmative Psychotherapeutic Healing While Enriching LGBT Cultural Life in Los Angeles.” A pioneer in social justice for over 150 years, Antioch University launched … Read More

LGBT Specialization Landing Page

A pioneer in social justice for over 150 years, Antioch University Los Angeles has launched one of the nation’s first graduate psychology specialization devoted to “affirmative” psychology for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals—thus opening a new frontier in … Read More

LGBT Specialization Community Partnerships Page

Community Partnerships Colors LGBTQ Youth Counseling Center In our effort to live our social justice mission, Antioch University is proud of the many community partnership with make with a host of institutions, including all of our clinical training sites and … Read More


Colors Relocates to AULA Campus

Colors LGBTQ Youth Counseling Center, which provides free counseling and psychotherapy services to LGBTQ people 25 and younger, and their families, to help them find their “true colors” and overcome the challenges and pressures of fitting in, has recently relocated … Read More


Two New Members Welcomed to Board of Trustees

AULA Board Chair, Susan Cole Hill and President Tex Boggs recently welcomed George Ochs and Craig Keys to the Board of Trustees. They will serve an initial three-year term, and their selection brings the board’s total to 12 members. “We are pleased … Read More


Study Abroad in Japan

Written by Marcia Bradley When Grant Elliot, PhD, took a trip to Japan several years ago, he had little idea that the treasures he’d uncover would have lasting and “life changing” implications for students at AULA. Planning for his first … Read More

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The Unbroken Circle of Yarn

Written by Marcia Bradley The old folk song “Can the Circle Be Unbroken” seems to speak to the unending flow of energy that sustains the Red Scarf Project at Antioch University Los Angeles. At the knitters’ lunchtime gatherings, Bernadette Murphy, … Read More

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Exploring the Wonders of China

Written by Taylor Morley “We got to know each well while learning about China’s culture, people, and history,” said Distinguished Professor of Humanities Dale Johnston about the recent China Study/Travel Program. On September 13, 2014, a group of 10 undergraduate students, … Read More


Graduate Does Urban Sustainability Proud

Written by Marcia Bradley   When AULA student, David Mix, says that “relationship based convergence” is what motivates his studies and his work on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, you know he isn’t speaking lightly. In fact, … Read More

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The Red Scarf Project

Written by Marcia Bradley   “I saw the box of red scarves in Danielle’s office and wondered why do I know those scarves…” Talitha James, AULA Nonprofit Management Student   To say that Antioch University Los Angeles is an astonishing … Read More