Suzanne Cremen Davidson

Suzanne Cremen Davidson

Degrees

  • M.A., Jungian and Archetypal Studies, Pacifica Graduate Institute
  • M.A., Engaged Humanities, Pacifica Graduate Institute

Suzanne holds two MAs in Jungian and Archetypal Studies and in Engaged Humanities from Pacifica, as well as degrees in Law and Arts from UNSW, Sydney. She serves on the board of Pacifica's Alumni Association and chairs the Alumni Services Committee. Suzanne is passionate about envisioning and fostering new and meaningful possibilities for extending depth and archetypal theories and practices into the world. She has presented at international conferences and published in journals including co-editing Volume 7, Issue 3 of the International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches on Depth Psychological Research Methods: Multiple and Engaged Approaches. Suzanne served as President of the Queensland Jung Society, a founding board member of the National Interfaith Association of Australia, and co-founder of scholarly publishing house eContent Management. Having worked as a lawyer, conference producer, publisher, screenwriter, and career counselor for adults in midlife, Suzanne received a full scholarship to complete her doctoral research on Jungian and archetypal approaches to vocation and career development using film studies at La Trobe University, Melbourne. Courses taught in the Jungian and Archetypal Studies Specialization: Our Soul's Code: Depth Psychological Views of Vocation (with Jennifer Selig)