Ph.D. in Depth Psychology with Specialization in Integrative Therapy and Healing Practices
The faculty of Pacifica's doctoral program in Depth Psychology with specialization in Integrative Therapy and Healing Practices are leaders in the field: authors of international acclaim, renowned lecturers, Jungian analysts, clinical psychologists, registered nurses, and philosophers. Each brings a passion for education and decades of real-world experience into the classroom.
Patricia O. Katsky, Ph.D., has been a core faculty member at Pacifica for over 15 years, teaching and mentoring students in many of Pacifica’s programs. She is currently serving as Vice-Provost, and formerly was Chair of the Depth Psychotherapy Program. She was certified as a Jungian analyst 20 years ago, and has been a psychotherapist for over 30 years. Her research interests include the process of becoming a psychotherapist, the world of dreams, and the religious function of the psyche. Dr. Katsky was formerly the president of the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, and serves regularly on the reviewing and certifying boards of the San Francisco and Los Angeles Jung Institutes. She co-founded a non-profit counseling center in Los Angeles, Counseling West, which serves individuals, couples, and families seeking a depth psychotherapeutic approach in charting a path in their lives, and she continues to participate in this organization as a member of the board of directors.
Lionel Corbett received his Medical Degree from the University of Manchester, England, in 1966; served as a military physician; and became a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 1974. In the USA, he did fundamental research into the biochemistry of the brain; began one of the first programs in the psychology of aging; was a hospital medical director of in-patient psychiatry; trained as a Jungian analyst at the C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago 1978-1986; helped found a training program for Jungian analysts in Santa Fe, while carrying on a private practice and teaching psychiatry at the University of New Mexico. Dr. Corbett has studied various spiritual disciplines including Christian and Jewish mysticism, Buddhism, Advaita Vedanta, and Yoga and has had a personal meditation practice for 20 years. He now teaches depth psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute near Santa Barbara, California, where he founded the Psyche and the Sacred program, a highly successful series in its 5th year that integrates spirituality with depth psychology. This program has developed a powerful approach to spirituality that is based on personal experience of the sacred, avoiding all forms of doctrine and dogma. He is the author of 5 books, several training films, and about 40 professional articles.
Elizabeth Eowyn Nelson, Ph.D., has been teaching in Depth Psychotherapy since its inception in 2006, acting as Research Coordinator during that time. She is Dissertation Policy Director at Pacifica, where her expertise in scholarly writing and research is the foundation for a broad range of courses she offers in research process, methodology, and dissertation development. She also teaches courses in embodied dream work, imagery, and cultural studies, blending her professional experience as a consultant in high technology with an interest in the Gothic to formulate a course on digital life and the cyborg. Dr. Nelson's own research interests include personal and cultural expressions of the shadow, gender, and power, with a particular fascination with how we construct, encounter, and understand evil and the monstrous. She is the author of two books, The Art of Inquiry: A Depth Psychological Perspective (Spring Publications, 2005, coauthored with Joseph Coppin) and Psyche's Knife: Archetypal Explorations of Love and Power (Chiron, 2012). A professional writer and editor for nearly 30 years, she coaches aspiring authors across a variety of genres and styles and has helped doctoral graduates transform their dissertations into mainstream books.
Allen Bishop, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist, certified psychoanalyst, and performing concert pianist. Dr. Bishop served for 10 years as Chair of the Clinical Psychology program. In conjunction with chairing the Psychotherapy program, Dr. Bishop is the former WASC Liaison Officer for Pacifica. He has been a leader in the Santa Barbara psychoanalytic community for over 31 years and is a training and a former supervising Analyst at the Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis (ICP) in Los Angeles. He also consults at the Reiss-Davis Child Studies Center in Los Angeles. His research interests include interdisciplinary studies and the impact of music on human behavior.
Robert Romanyshyn, Ph.D.,received his doctorate in clinical psychology from Duquesne University in 1970. Dr. Romanyshyn is a nationally and internationally recognized scholar in depth psychology. Dr. Romanyshyn has published six books, the most recent being The Wounded Researcher (2007). He has contributed 25 chapters in edited volumes of books and written 32 journal articles related to the study of depth psychology. He has presented over 150 papers at international and national conferences and professional groups, and has lectured and given workshops at universities in the U.S., Europe, Africa, Australia and New Zealand, where in February 2006 he gave the keynote address to the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists.
In 2002 he was the first non-analyst to be made an Affiliate Member of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts for his scholarly contributions to Jungian psychology. He is also a member of the International Association for Jungian Studies and serves on the journal's editorial board, and is a Fellow at the Dallas Institute for Humanities and Culture. His research interests include the cultural-historical and philosophical assumptions in psychological praxis, research and theory.
Affiliated Core Faculty
Stephen Aizenstat, Ph.D., is the chancellor and founding president of Pacifica Graduate Institute. He is a professor of depth psychology with a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, a licensed marriage and family therapist, and a credentialed public school teacher and counselor. He has served as an organizational consultant to companies and agencies worldwide, and teaches extensively. Dr. Aizenstat has explored the potential of dreams through depth psychology and his own research for more than 35 years. His Dream Tending Methodologies extend traditional dreamwork to the vision of an animated world, where the living images in dream are experienced as embodied and originating in both the psyche of Nature and the psyche of persons. His book, Dream Tending, describes multiple applications of dreamwork in relation to health and healing, nightmares, the world’s dream, relationships, and the creative process. For more information visit dreamtending.com.
Joe Cambray, Ph.D. is past President of the International Association for Analytical Psychology; he has served as the U.S. Editor for the Journal of Analytical Psychology and is on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Analytical Psychology, The Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche, and Israel Annual of Psychoanalytic Theory, Research and Practice. He has been a faculty member at Harvard Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital, Center for Psychoanalytic Studies; adjunct faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Dr. Cambray is a Jungian analyst in Boston and Providence, RI. His numerous publications include the book based on his Fay Lectures: Synchronicity: Nature and Psyche in an Interconnected Universe and a volume edited with Linda Carter, Analytical Psychology: Contemporary Perspectives in Jungian Psychology. Some of his recent papers include: "Cosmos and Culture in the Play of Synchronicity," Spring Journal, Jungian Odyssey Series, 4, 133-147, 2012; "Jung, science, and his legacy," in International Journal of Jungian Studies, 3:2, 110-124, 2011; and "Moments of complexity and enigmatic action: a Jungian view of the therapeutic field," in Journal of Analytical Psychology, 56 (2) 296-309, 2011.
Joseph Coppin, Ph.D. has been on the faculty at Pacifica since 1996 and has taught across several programs focusing on studies in Archetypal Psychology, Research, and Depth Psychotherapy. He chaired the Depth Psychology Program for four years and the Depth Psychotherapy Program for its first three years. He has most recently served for three years on the institute's Executive Management Council. Dr. Coppin has been a practicing psychotherapist since 1980 and has written and published in the field of Depth Psychology, including co-authoring the text, The Art of Inquiry: A Depth Psychological Approach. In addition to his teaching at Pacifica, Dr. Coppin is a contributing faculty member at the Instituto de Psicologia Profunda in Mexico City.
Christine Downing, Ph.D., is a core member of the faculty at Pacifica. She has made extensive scholarly contributions to the fields of Religious Studies, Mythology, and Gender Studies. She is Professor Emeritus in Religious Studies from San Diego State University where she taught for almost twenty years. She has also taught concurrently at the San Diego campus of the California School of Professional Psychology, and at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich. She lectures frequently to Jungian groups both here and abroad. Her undergraduate degree is in literature is from Swarthmore College, while her Ph.D. in Religion and Culture is from Drew University. Dr. Downing is the author of numerous scholarly essays and important books in the field: The Goddess; Myths & Mysteries of Same-Sex Love; Psyche's Sisters; Long Journey Home; Women's Mysteries; and Gods in Our Midst. Collections of her essays have also been published: The Luxury of Afterwards; Preludes; and Gleanings. Her areas of emphasis include: Greek Mythology; Women's Studies; and Psychoanalysis.
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Michael Elliot, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, has a doctorate in Psychology with emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. He is the current Vice-President of the Academic Senate, a member of the Senate Leadership Committee, and Counseling Psychology Program Development Committee. He is an invited member of the Institute's Shared Stewardship Coordinating Committee and teaches courses in the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program. At Pacifica Graduate Institute, Dr. Elliott has taught Clinical Practice I, II, & III, Depth Research Methods I and II, Imaginal and Archetypal Psychology, Marriage, Family, and Relationship Therapy I and II, Psychological Assessment, and Legal, Ethical, and Professional Practice. He has served as the Coordinator of Assessment in the M.A. Counseling Psychology Program and on the Institutes Academic Excellence Committee. Dr. Elliott has been in private practice as a psychologist treating individuals, couples, and families for over 20 years and has supervised trainees and interns in Marriage and Family Therapy as well as Clinical Psychology. He is a Clinical Fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Clinical Member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and the American Association of University Professors. Dr. Elliot is the Founding Director of, and current consultant to, the nationally recognized Auxiliary Studies Program in Orange County California treating secondary school students with learning and behavior disorders. He has conducted workshops and presented papers at various conferences including the American Psychological Association. His publications include: The Art and Soul of Couples and Family Therapy in the CAMFT publication, The Therapist, June 2013; The Unmotivated Child: A Crisis in Perception, in The Sky Is The Limit, a bi-monthly journal for Learning Disabilities, January 1998. Dr. Elliott is currently finishing his first book, Dreaming Of A Pregnant Bird: The Art, Philosophy, And Practice Of Imaginal Psychology.
Rae Johnson, Ph.D., RSW, RSMT, is Chair of the Somatic Studies Specialization of the M.A./Ph.D. Depth Psychology Program. She is a somatic movement therapist, educator, and researcher. She is the former Chair of the Somatic Psychology Department at the Santa Barbara Graduate Institute, former Director of the Body Psychotherapy Program in the Somatic Counseling Psychology Department at Naropa University and the founding Coordinator of Student Crisis Response Programs at the University of Toronto. Her research and clinical interests include the somatic impact of oppression, embodied critical pedagogy, and feminist somatic research methods.
Allen D. Koehn, D.Min., L.M.F.T., serves as Core Professor and is a certified Jungian Analyst. He is the former Executive Director of the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles. He has taught and lectured at the Jung Institute in Los Angeles, New Zealand, Canada, and New York. He was Adjunct Faculty at U.S.C. and has taught through U.C.L.A.'s continuing education program. He has over thirty years' experience in counseling both as a Presbyterian minister and in private practice as a MFT and Jungian Analyst. Areas of interest include Trickster mythology, typology, relationships, alchemy and a special interest in the creative process both in its formal aspects and as an approach to life and individuation. Allen is a Clinical Member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, Santa Barbara Chapter of CAMFT, American Association of University Professors, the C.G. Jung Study Center of Los Angeles, and an Analytic Member of the International Association for Analytical Psychology.
Avedis Panajian, Ph.D., ABPP, is a Fellow of the International Psychoanalytical Association, a certified psychoanalyst, researcher, senior lecturer, and licensed psychologist in California. He has served as a board member of the Western Regional Board for Diplomates in Clinical Psychology of the American Board of Professional Psychology. He has chaired Diplomate examinations and served as a licensure examiner for many years for the California Board of Psychology. He has also received the Distinguished Educator Award from the California Board of Psychology.
Dr. Panajian is also a supervising and training Analyst at the Psychoanalytic Center of California, Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis and at the New Port Psychoanalytic Institute. Dr.Panajian's research interests include infantile development, trauma, and the treatment of severe emotional disorders.
Evans Lansing Smith, Ph.D., has degrees from Williams College, Antioch International, and The Claremont Graduate School. He is the author of eight books and numerous articles on comparative literature and mythology, and has taught at colleges in Switzerland, Maryland, Texas, and California. In the late 1970s, he traveled with Joseph Campbell on study tours of Northern France, Egypt, and Kenya, with a focus on the Arthurian Romances of the Middle Ages and the Mythologies of the Ancient World. He has published nine books and numerous articles on comparative literature and mythology. His books include: Haiku for Aphrodite; Rape and Revelation: The Descent to the Underworld in Modernism; The Descent to the Underworld in Literature, Painting, and Film: 1850-1950: The Modernist Nekyia; The Myth of the Descent to the Underworld in Postmodern Literature; Ricorso and Revelation: An Archetypal Poetics of Modernism; Figuring Poesis: A Mythical Geometry of Postmodernism; The Hero Journey in Literature; World Mythology: The Complete Idiots Guide; Sacred Mysteries: Myths About Couples in Quest; and Postmodern Magus: Myth and Poetics in the Works of James Merrill. His areas of emphasis include: Myth in Literature from Antiquity to Postmodernism; Arthurian Romances, and The Hermetic Tradition.
Oksana Yakushko, Ph.D. Dr. Yakushko's training and interests span depth psychology, women and gender studies, and psychology. Her clinical and research interests focus on immigration, human trafficking, diversity, and gender issues. In addition, she has written on indigenous healing practices, women's spirituality, multicultural counseling approaches, and qualitative cross-cultural research methods. Dr. Yakushko has published over 50 peer reviewed articles, book chapters, and book reviews. She has received several awards for her scholarly work and activism including an APA Presidential Citations (2008), (2011) and the Oliva Espin Social Justice Award (2008). In addition to her scholarly work, she has been active in the American Psychological Association and local initiatives focused on health and spirituality. Her goal as a chair is to nurture both the students and the clinical programs toward a soulful engagement with issues of today's world, inside and outside the classroom.
Fanny Brewster, Ph.D., M.F.A., LP, is a Jungian analyst certified through the C. G. Jung Institute of New York. She received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Dr. Brewster is a licensed psychoanalyst with a New York City based private practice. She is a faculty member of the New York C.G. Jung Foundation where she teaches a variety of classes and gives public forum lectures on Jungian related topics. While a Board Member with the New York Analytical Psychology Club, Dr. Brewster developed and led experiential workshops on Dreams, Creative Writing and Mythology. She has a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Nonfiction and a recent writing, "Wheel of Fire: The African American Dreamer and Cultural Consciousness" appears in the Jung Journal Psyche and Culture (Winter, 2013). Dr. Brewster has received two Gradiva Award nominations for her writing, from the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis.
Linda Carter MSN, CS, IAAP is a Jungian analyst who was in private practice in Boston, Massachusettes and in Providence, Rhode Island for more than 30 years. Currently, she practices in California and teaches at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is a graduate of Georgetown and Yale universities and has been in practice for close to 40 years seeing children, adolescents and adults. For 5 years she was the US Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Analytical Psychology, the foremost clinical Jungian journal, based in London. For three years prior to taking this position, she was the Book Review Editor for the same journal. Linda is a co-editor of Analytical Psychology, Contemporary Perspectives in Jungian Analysis and co-author of a chapter in that book called “Analytic Methods.” She has written numerous articles and book chapters and taught and presented her work all over the world.
Craig Chalquist, Ph.D., is core faculty in East-West Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies and adjunct faculty at John F. Kennedy University, where he served as acting department chair (Consciousness & Transformative Studies), designing and launching the world's first ecotherapy certificate. He earned his Ph.D. in Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute and also holds a Master Gardener certificate and another in permaculture design. He is the author of Terrapsychology: Reengaging the Soul of Place (Spring Journal Books, 2007) and co-editor with Linda Buzzell, MFT ofEcotherapy: Healing with Nature in Mind (Sierra Club Books, 2009). He is currently involved in conducting grant-funded research on green spaces and mental health in Oakland, CA and actively setting up other ecotherapy certificates.
Claudia Degrati, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist in California. Dr. Degrati perfoms thorough and comprehensive psychological evaluations, conducts psycho-social mitigation investigations and provides consultation services to attorneys in capital and non-capital cases in state and federal courts, at trial, sentencing, appellate and habeas levels. Her clinical experience includes providing psychotherapy to victims of crime for treatment of depression, anxiety, relationship problems, post-traumatic stress and domestic violence, as well as sexual, physical and emotional abuse. Because of this background, Dr. Degrati has a special sensibility to the impact of trauma. She has been trained as a Defense Initiated Victim Outreach Liaison and as a Victim/Offender Dialogue Facilitator in crimes of severe violence. She provides victim outreach services, acting as a vital link between defense teams and victims or victims' families. Her professional interests and expertise focus primarily on trauma and issues faced by immigrants, particularly Latinos. An immigrant herself, Dr. Degrati is fully bilingual in Spanish and English and able to provide services in both languages. Her awareness of different cultures and cultural competence with regard to Latinos help her identify and explain the complex constellation of interacting factors that shape people's lives. Current training in Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) adds a new dimension to Dr. Degrati's work.
Christine Lewis, Ph.D. is an APA licensed clinical psychologist and certified psychoanalyst. Dr. Lewis has taught at Pacifica in various programs since 1996 and has also been affiliated with UCSB as adjunct faculty as well as a member of The Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles and The Mind and Literature Program at UCSB. Dr.Lewis' research interests include interdisciplinary studies of psychoanalysis and literature, and Buddhism , spiritual practice and psychoanalytic concepts. A book on Christmas in Santa Barbara, coming out in 2012, explores the multi-cultural and historical origins of contemporary holiday rituals and celebrations.
Mark Montijo was first licensed in New Mexico as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor where he worked in partnership with Native American healers using traditional healing techniques. He then became licensed in California as a Marriage, Family and Child Counselor and divided his practice between Beverly Hills and Santa Fe. Mark graduated from the Ph.D. Program in Clinical Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2006 and began teaching that same year. While working for the U.S. Postal Service in several capacities, Mark investigated and resolved Equal Employment Opportunity complaints, created protocol for threat assessment, coordinated a regional Employee Assistance Program, and managed psychological services in the aftermath of workplace violence. He also coordinated an Employee and Physician Assistance Program and facilitated "Finding the Meaning in Medicine" groups for physicians in a large, busy urban hospital in Los Angeles. He has extensive experience in conducting psychological assessment and report writing in an injury compensation environment. Mark has practiced as a depth psychotherapist in a busy outpatient clinic setting as well as in private practice. Currently a healthcare mediator for a large HMO, Mark works with patients, families, physicians and staff involved in unexpected adverse medical outcomes, weaving the threads of their individual stories into one tapestry. He is a passionate advocate for Patient and Family Centered Care. He also maintains a private practice and delivers pro bono geropsychology services at a skilled nursing facility in Berkeley. Having deepened the bonds he first made with a network of traditional Native American healers many years ago, Mark continues a 25+ year commitment to track the many connecting threads between Jungian thought and the traditional healing ways of North America. He integrates this into his depth psychology practice and his approach to teaching. "My spiritual home is near the Sheep Springs Trading Post on what used to be called Hwy 666. My academic home is here at Pacifica Graduate Institute. My family home is at the foot of Mt. Diablo in Northern California. Spirit, Mystery and Love flow like an underground Stream, connecting all three."
Sabine Oishi, Ph.D., MSPH is currently a health services researcher with the Greater Los Angeles Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System, and she has participated in numerous qualitative and quantitative research projects at the VA and UCLA. She has a master's background in Public Health Epidemiology, a PhD in Depth Psychology from Pacifica, and a strong interest in depth psychological research methods and writing. Her personal research interests include archetypal inquiry into the collective images of cultural trauma, particularly in relationship to war and genocide, with a recent focus on issues of military and gender culture in healthcare delivery for women Veterans.
Betsy Perluss, Ph.D. is a wilderness guide for the School of Lost Borders (www.schooloflostborders.com), a training center for wilderness rites of passage located in Big Pine, CA. Betsy is also a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and has worked in a variety of clinical, educational, and outdoor settings. Currently, she is Associate Professor of Counseling at California State University, Los Angeles, where she teaches graduate studies in marriage and family therapy.
Edward Santana, Ph.D., has a professional career that includes a diverse range of business, organizational, clinical, and academic experience spanning more than 26 years. In addition to being a depth-oriented psychotherapist and researcher, he held leadership positions as a senior management executive, clinical program director, and organizational development consultant. He studied depth psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute, where he earned a master's degree in counseling psychology. As a therapist, his early work included providing individual and group therapy for domestic violence offenders. Later, he worked for Second Chance, a transformational service agency supporting underserved criminal offenders by offering secure housing, job training, education, clothing, and essential life skills to help break the cycle of repeat offending. Edward served as program manager serving youth offenders and led a team of 11 therapists providing daily programing and individual counseling at two high-security California juvenile facilities. Edward also served as executive director of the Ontario Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, a large division of the AAMFT. From 2010 to 2014, Edward had a private practice as a depth psychotherapist in Toronto. In 2014, he earned a Ph.D. in depth psychotherapy and presented research on Jung's approach and direction to psychotherapists on sexual issues. His research interests include Jungian and depth psychological approaches to sexual concerns, archetypal studies, Jungian typology, socio-political activism, and organizational dynamics. He has advanced training certifications in domestic violence treatment and prevention, Motivational Interviewing, Aggression Replacement Therapy, and Myers-Briggs.
Douglas Thomas, Ph.D., LCSW has a private Jungian based psychotherapy practice in Pasadena and he teaches as adjunct faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Carpinteria, California. He has presented workshops and talks throughout the state of California on LGBTQ issues and on dream therapy, his two areas of specialization. Dr. Thomas holds a masters degree from the USC School of Social Work, and a PhD in Depth Psychology with an emphasis in psychotherapy from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Over the past decade he has studied and refined Steven Aizenstat's method of Dream Tending through ongoing training and collaboration with its creator in workshops, seminars, and retreats. For more information, visit Dr. Thomas' website at drdouglasthomas.com.
Dr. Kristi Walsh is a certified psychoanalyst and has been in full time practice for over 30 years. She is currently affiliated with Newport Psychoanalytic Institute and the Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis as a training and supervising analyst, and is on the faculty at NPI. Kristi works from an object relations orientation with a deep appreciation for attachment and relational contributions. Her research on the mind/body connection attunes her to the particular ways in which the body holds the overflow of emotional overwhelm in the form of psychosomatic symptoms. Kristi sees the clinical relationship a sacred space where somatic encapsulaton, as well as other experiences of early trauma and deprivation can be revisited, enacted, and worked through.
Areas of Emphasis: Depth Psychotherapy, Psychosomatic process, Attachment trauma, Primitive Mental States, Personality Disorders, Interspirituality, Dream work
Robin Wynslow is a Certified Jungian Analyst in private practice in Pasadena. She is a past Clinic Director of Coldwater Counseling and later served as both Executive Director and President of the C. G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles. Robin continues to serve on the faculty of the Institute's analyst training program.
Previous Visiting Scholars and Speakers
Patricia Berry, Ph.D., is a Jungian analyst, trained in Zurich, Switzerland. She is the author of Echo’s Subtle Body: A Contribution to Archetypal Psychology. Other more recent articles include: “Image in Motion,” “Rules of Thumb,” and “A Little Light.” She teaches and lectures internationally and has served as president of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and of the New England Society of Jungian Analysts. She is now living in Marin County, California.
James Hollis, Ph.D., was born in Springfield, Illinois. He graduated with an A.B. from Manchester College in 1962 and with a Ph.D. from Drew University in 1967. He taught the Humanities 26 years in various colleges and universities before retraining as a Jungian analyst at the Jung Institute of Zurich, Switzerland (1977-82). He is a licensed Jungian analyst in private practice in Houston, Texas, where he served as Executive Director of the Jung Educational Center of Houston from 1997-2008. He is a retired Senior Training Analyst for the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, was the first Director of Training of the Philadelphia Jung Institute, and is vice president emeritus of the Philemon Foundation, which is dedicated to the publication of the complete works of Jung.
Donald Kalsched, Ph.D., is a Jungian psychoanalyst and clinical psychologist. He is a senior faculty member and supervisor with the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, and teaches and leads workshops nationally and internationally. His celebrated book, The Inner World of Trauma: Archetypal Defenses of the Personal Spirit, explores the interface between contemporary psychoanalytic theory and Jungian theory as it relates to clinical work with survivors of early childhood trauma. His recent book, Trauma and the Soul: A Psycho-Spiritual Approach to Human Development and its Interruption, explores the mystical dimensions of clinical work with trauma-survivors.
Robert Stolorow, Ph.D., is a Founding Faculty Member at the Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles, and at the Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity, New York City. He is the author of World, Affectivity, Trauma: Heidegger and Post-Cartesian Psychoanalysis (Routledge, 2011) and Trauma and Human Existence: Autobiographical, Psychoanalytic, and Philosophical Reflections (Routledge, 2007) as well as numerous other books. He received the Distinguished Scientific Award from the Division of Psychoanalysis of the American Psychological Association in 1995, the Haskell Norman Prize for Excellence in Psychoanalysis from the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis in 2011, and the Hans W. Loewald Memorial Award from the International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education in 2012.
Rick Tarnas teaches archetypal studies and the history of Western thought and culture at both Pacifica and the California Institute of Integral Studies, where he founded the graduate program in Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness. He is the author of The Passion of the Western Mind, a narrative history of the Western world view from the ancient Greek to the postmodern. Its sequel, Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View, was published earlier this year.
Beverley Zabriskie is a Jungian Analyst and a founding faculty member and past President of New York’s Jungian Psychoanalytic Association (JPA). Her npublications include Time and Tao in Synchronicity in The Pauli-Jung Conjecture and Its Impact Today (Imprint Academic, Exeter UK, March, 2014), Psychic Energy and Synchronicity in Journal of Analytical Psychology, London. 2014, A Meeting of Rare Minds, the Preface to Atom and Archetype: The Pauli-Jung Correspondence, (Princeton University Press, 2001) and Synchronicity and the I Ching: Jung, Pauli, and the Chinese Woman (Journal of Analytical Psychology, 50, 2005.) While at Texas A&M, her Fay Lectures addressed issues surrounding emotions, myth and neuroscience.