Los Angeles Commencement Student Address
On Saturday, October 20, 2012, Mr. Dylan Keenberg received his Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology while preparing to enter into his third year in the Psy.D Clinical Psychology program. Mr. Keenberg's passion for psychology earned him the honor of addressing his fellow graduates, urging them to "continue helping humankind through education, service, innovation, and community." To read his address, please click on the link below:
Dylan Keenberg Commencement Address
Dylan Keenberg Profile
Mr. Keenberg received his Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology and is going into this third year in the Psy.D Clinical Psychology program. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in Philosophy from California State University, Northridge in 2009. Dylan has contributed to the development of campus culture by participating in meetings on professional comportment, connecting with new students during orientation, and establishing a new student organization, the Humanistic-Existential Group. He has also worked as a faculty assistant since 2011 and volunteered through The Chicago School's Transform events.
Mr. Keenberg's passion for existential and humanistic psychology inspire him to act as on- campus student ambassador for the Society of Humanistic Psychology, Division 32 of the American Psychological Association. He also introduced humanistic psychology to an international audience of the critical thinking and skepticism community as an invited speaker at their largest conference, The Amaz!ng Meeting, in 2011. His past clinical work has involved helping children and adults overcoming domestic violence and substance abuse related issues. He is currently a practicum student at Los Angeles Harbor College, assisting students with psychosocial stress and learning disabilities using humanistic and positive psychology approaches.