Monthly Archives: July 2012

Guest Faculty Post: Latino Mental Health Program immersion through UNIBE in Costa Rica

We left Boston on Saturday morning (we were at Logan at 6 am!), stopped in Miami and arrived in San Jose, Costa Rica in the afternoon.  The people from UNIBE (Universidad Iberoamericana) were ready for us at the airport and … Continue reading

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Perspectives

For the last two weeks my world has revolved around the patio at El Rancho.  There have been few people here, and sitting around the patio we have access to wireless and the five dogs that keep us company.    It came as quite … Continue reading

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First Impressions

I arrived in San Jose on Monday and was efficiently whisked away to El Rancho.  Within the confines of El Rancho, one could be transported most anywhere.  It is full of greenery and the beautiful songs of both birds and cicadas.  I have to chuckle though, … Continue reading

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