Helene Shulman Lorenz
- Ph.D., Philosophy, Tulane University
Helene earned her doctorate in Philosophy from Tulane University and a Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland. In addition to holding teaching positions at Sonoma State University, St. Lawrence University, Antioch University, and the University of Southern California, she has had a long history as a community activist in the Civil Rights, Anti-War, Farmworkers, Women’s, and African and Latin American Solidarity Movements. She is the author of “Living at the Edge of Chaos: Complex Structures in Culture and Psyche” and, with Mary Watkins, “Toward Psychologies of Liberation”. She currently resides in Richmond, Ca and teaches in the Pacifica Graduate Institute Department of Liberation, Community, Indigenous, and Eco-Psychology where she was formerly a Core Faculty Member. Please access her Liberation Psychology website for publications.