Ph.D., Clinical Psychology,
Duquesne University; Affiliate
Member of The Inter-Regional
Society of Jungian Analysts
Publications Include: Ways of the Heart: Essays Toward an Imaginal Psychology; Mirror and Metaphor: Images and Stories of Psychological Life; Technology as Symptom and Dream; The Soul in Grief: Love, Death, and Transformation; and Psychological Life: From Science to Metaphor
Areas of Emphasis: Imaginal Psychology as the Outcome of a Dialogue Between Phenomenology and Jungian Psychology and Its Application to Research, Cultural Issues, and Psychotherapy; Exile, Homecoming and the Mythic Roots of Technology; Writing Down the Soul and the Creative Process; Dialogues Among Jungian Psychology, the Poets, and Quantum Physics.
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