"Everything is held together with stories. That is all that is holding us together, stories and compassion."
~ Barry Holstun Lopez
Mary Watkins, Ph.D. Alan Kilpatrick, Ph.D. David Bona, Ph.D. Aaron Kipnis, Ph.D. Maurice Stevens, Ph.D.
Meet some of our faculty by clicking on their photos for more information, including links to their publications, online articles, websites, blogs, and syllabi
Jennifer Leigh Selig, Ph.D. Alexandra Fidyk, Ph.D. Thomas Elsner, J.D. Linda Buzzell-Saltzman, Ph.D. Dennis Slattery, Ph.D.
Mady Shutzman, Ph.D. Jennifer Freed, Ph.D. Ed Casey, Ph.D. Robert Romanyshyn, Ph.D. Glen Slater, Ph.D.
Barnaby B. Barratt, Ph.D. Ginette Paris, Ph.D Carol Tanenbaum, Ph.D. Betsy Perluss, Ph.D.
Featured Syllabus--Ecopsychology II
A 2nd year spring quarter class taught by Betsy Perluss, Ph.D.
Click here to sample five other syllabi from our course offerings For a pdf with all faculty biographies, click here
Faculty for 2010-2011 have been announced--
click here to see pictures, read bios, and find out what they're teaching Some Depth Psychology faculty members gather for a day-long retreat. Click here to read more.
PsySR's 2010 Conference, July 15-17, 2010
"Toward A More Socially Responsible Psychology"
PsySR is an independent, non-profit organization that applies psychological knowledge and expertise to promote peace, social justice, human rights, and sustainability. Their members are psychologists, students, and other advocates for social change in the United States and around the world.
Depth faculty Mary Watkins and Nuria Ciofalo, along with Anthony Marsella, present "Creating Curriculum for Critical Community, Eco-, and
Liberation Psychology for the 21st Century"
Joining Mary and Nuria is Depth student Kimberly Howell,
presenting a poster session titled
Flesh: Cultural Insights on Women, Consumerism, and Body Image
From the website: "Presenters will discuss participatory, multicultural, liberatory curricula that are ecologically and globally conscious, with a goal of crafting a postmodern community psychology for the 21st century. Attendees are invited to bring curricular ideas, overviews, and sample syllabi to help create a much-needed mosaic of ideas and practices."