Alumna Rosie Kuhn, Ph.D Talks Cultivating Spirituality in Children

"Most parents, grandparents and guardians have great hopes for their children, but they do not take seriously enough their role in creating an environment that truly empowers children to fulfill their fullest potential as human beings... We are not attending to their human needs beyond their survival. We are not attending to their needs as spiritual... Continue Reading →


Meet David Bergner, Interim Chair of the MBA program. David is an energetic organizational leader, accomplished technologist, and passionate teacher with a strong commitment to his students. David earned both his Ph.D. in Management Science and M.S. in Engineering Economic Systems from Stanford University. He retired from NASA with 30 years of diverse experience in... Continue Reading →

Alumna Julie Gohman, PhD Releases 10 Sacred Questions for Every Mother: Stories of Joy, Pain, and Mind-blowing Love.

Julie Gohman graduated from Sofia University in 2014 from the Global PHD program in Transpersonal Psychology.  Having one book release is always exciting, but now Julie, who has always wanted to be a writer, has released her second book on Amazon titled: 10 Sacred Questions for Every Mother: Stories of Joy, Pain, and Mind-blowing Love. Julie... Continue Reading →

The Struggle with Addiction – Can Sobriety Enhance the Creative Process After All?

By Alumna Holly Daniels, PhD, LMFT As a private practice therapist, Holly incorporates narrative, behavioral and transpersonal modalities and believes that healing involves reconnection to ourselves, to others, to Spirit and to nature. In her role as Clinical Outreach Director at Sober College, Holly integrates her complex clinical expertise with her passions for connecting people... Continue Reading →

Prof. Fred Luskin: Leading the Way on Forgiveness

Sofia's own Prof. Fred Luskin is one of the most recognized researchers and teachers of forgiveness in the United States. He is the author of the best-selling books Forgive for Love and Forgive for Good.  As both Professor and Chair of the Psy.D. Program in clinical psychology, Prof. Luskin teaches the clinical assessment sequence, as well as quantitative research methods. He... Continue Reading →

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