The American Association of University Women Lake Oswego Branch awarded their 2015 scholarships to Daeh Christensen, M.A.T. student, and Jeannie Hansen, psychology student.
Department of Human Sciences
Ph.D. in Psychology, Saybrook University
MA in Psychology, Sophia University (Tokyo, Japan)
BA in German Literature, Sophia University (Tokyo, Japan)
Human Processes: Introduction to Process Work
Human Processes: Body Symptoms
Human Processes: Altered States and Addictions
Human Processes: Relationships and Interpersonal Communication
Human Processes: Innerwork
Human Processes: Group Processes
Human Processes: Lab
Aya Fujisaki Ph.D. is a counselor and consultant and has a private practice in Portland, OR. Her approach is based on Process Work, which is an awareness-based approach to facilitating change in individuals, relationships, families, and organizations, and she teaches Process Work at Marylhurst University and the Process Work Institute. She also leads seminars and educational trainings in psychology, leadership, communication skills, group facilitation, and spirituality both nationally and internationally. She is one of the original members of the Process Work training programs in Japan and Russia. One of her current interests is applying Process Work to international humanitarian and development activities, and she has been involved in projects with local NGOs in Bangladesh and Nepal.