Presentations, Publications, Media, Training

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Professional Presentations

Rohde-Brown, J. & Hays, J. (upcoming 2017). Dissociation and Depth: Integrating Kalsched’s Concepts in Working with Complex Trauma. Presentation for APA Division 30 at the American Psychological Annual Convention, August 3 -6, 2017, Washington, DC.

Rohde-Brown, J. & Weininger, R. (upcoming April 2017). The dance of mindfulness and depth psychology. Pacifica Graduate Institute Retreat Center and CE Courses. April 9 – 12, 2017, Carpinteria, CA.

Kaplan, A., Pulliati, R., Rohde-Brown, J., and Khan, F.. (upcoming January 2017). Bringing diversity, inclusiveness, and social justice concerns to public awareness: Our experiences at NACIQI and beyond to create change and reclaim our core roles. Symposium. (Re)claiming our identity: Rediscovering our social relevance as NCSPP and psychologists. National Council of Schools for Professional Psychology 2017 Mid-Winter Conference, Hyatt Regency Long Beach, January 17-20, 2017, Long Beach, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. & Fay, M. (October 23, 2016). Nature’s apprentice: An exploration guided by photography and nature’s wisdom. On the wings of expansion. Imagery International Annual Conference. Vallambrosa Retreat Center, Menlo Park, CA. October 21-23, 2016.

Katsky, P. & Rohde-Brown, J. (July 15, 2016). Mindfulness, openness, and creativity. Yoga Meets Depth Psychology: Embodying the Sacred: Encountering the Soul, Pacifica Graduate Institute Public Program, July 15-17, 2016.

Rohde-Brown, J. (June 27, 2016). The image of the desert: An experiential workshop. 2016 Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies Conference, Earth/Psyche: Forgrounding the Earth’s Relations to Psyche, Santa Fe, NM, June 26-29, 2016.

Rohde-Brown, J. & Wolfson, E. (March 18, 2016). Adults giving care to adults: Existential perspectives on what given, gotten, and given up. The Society for Humanistic Psychology Division 32 conference, Re-visioning Human Potential, Education, and Healthcare, San Francisco State University, March 17-20, 2016.

Romanyshyn, R., Yakushko, O., Sippiora, M., Panajian, A., Slater, G., & Rohde-Brown, J. (July 26, 2015). Orphic roots of Jung’s psychology and their application to contemporary scholarship and practice of psychology. Roundtable Discussion/Panel segment for: On Becoming a Psychologist: Multiple Perspectives on Identity, Memory, and Imagination, Robert Romanyshyn. Pacifica Graduate Institute, July 26, 2015.

Rohde-Brown, J. (June 26, 2015). Trauma and Mindfulness. Guest speaker for training facilitated by L. Monroe on Foundations of Restorative Justice. Sponsored by Ventura County Medical Center Department of Trauma Services, Restorative Justice Resource Center, and Ventura County Restorative Justice Collaborative. Ventura, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J., Yakushko, O. (March 6, 2015). Goddesses of mercy and strength: A conversation about restorative images that guide doctoral students. Structured Discussion for Restorative Practices Within and Across Cultures Session. Association for Women in Psychology 2015 Conference, Repairing, Restoring, and Reintegrating: Feminism and Restorative Justice, March 5-8, 2015, San Francisco, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (March 6, 2015). Restorative justice and compassion-based practices with inmates. Poster presentation for Challenging Historically Marginalized Contexts for Diverse Women Session.. Association for Women in Psychology 2015 Conference, Repairing, Restoring, and Reintegrating: Feminism and Restorative Justice, March 5-8, 2015, San Francisco, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J., Yakushko, O., Scott, S., & Pilato, R. (January 21, 2015). Fostering self-reflection and meaning in the training of health service psychologists: Three doctoral programs’ approaches to cultivating self-care. Poster presentation for National Council of Schools for Professional Psychology 2015 Mid-Winter Conference, Positioning Professional Psychology in Today’s Healthcare: Ensuring our Graduates’ Relevance, January 19-24, 2015, San Diego, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (July 29, 2014). Mindfulness, Compassion and Self-Care. Guest speaker for staff training facilitated by L. Monroe on Restorative Justice for Ventura County Behavioral Health, Juvenile Justice. Santa Paula, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (June 19, 2014). The Way of Forgiveness. Faculty Candidacy Presentation. Pacifica Graduate Institute, Carpinteria, CA.

Bastian, E., & Rohde-Brown, J. (March 15, 2014). Interspiritual Meditation. The Chaplaincy Institute. Easton Hall, CDSP, Berkeley, CA.

Bastian, E. & Rohde-Brown, J. (November 2013). Meditation and Psychology. Seminar Course for BA Program. Antioch University, Santa Barbara, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. Trevino, S., Weininger, R., Jaimes-Villanueva, D., and Taum, R. (August 3, 2014). In J. Rohde-Brown (Chair), Widening circles: Principles and practices for witnessing each other. Conversation hour for APA Division 32 at the American Psychological Convention, July 31 to August 4, Honolulu, Hi.

Rohde-Brown, J. & Weininger, R. (February 13, 2013). Practices for Self-Forgiveness. Cottage Hospital Psychiatric Grand Rounds. Burtness Auditorium, Cottage Hospital, Santa Barbara, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (October 4-6, 2012). President’s welcoming and closing speech and guided meditations. Fourth Imagery International Conference: Imagery, Imagery and the Soul, October 4-6, 2012, Mercy Center, Burlingame, CA. 

Rohde-Brown, J. & Frain, B. (July 24, 2012). Family dynamics and living with a brain injury survivor. Workshop for Brian Injury Center of Ventura County.

Rohde-Brown, J. (June 15, 2012). Spirituality and imagery in self-care. Staff training for The Turning Point Foundation, Ventura, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. & Frain, B. (May, 2012). Facing the invisible dragons: Finding meaning with a special needs child in the family. Presentation including short documentary film. The Second International Conference on Existential Psychology: The Meaning and Application of Zhi Mian (Facing Directly), May 24-27, 2010, Shanghai, China. 

Rohde-Brown, J. & Sharma, R. (January 19, 2012). Outcome assessments for student performance on practicum: Developing forms graded in complexity based on academic year. Poster and Break-Out Group. National Council of Schools for Professional Psychology 2012 Mid-Winter Conference, Excellence in Outcome Assessment:  Ideas, Tools, and Practices, January 16-21, 2012, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Rohde-Brown, J. (January 11, 2012). Working with imagery for life issues. Workshop for Wednesday Retreat Day, La Casa de Maria Retreat Center. Santa Barbara, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (October 21, 2011). Facilitating the forgiveness process in psychotherapy. Continuing Education Course sponsored by National Association of Social Workers Santa Barbara Chapter and Antioch University. Santa Barbara, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (September, 2011). President’s welcoming and closing speech and guided meditations. Third Imagery International Conference: Imagery, Hope and New Beginnings, September 30-October 2, 2011, Mercy Center, Burlingame, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (September 16, 2011). Fostering forgiveness in psychotherapy: Implicit and explicit processes. Continuing Education Course sponsored by the Santa Barbara County Psychology Association. Santa Barbara, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J., Wolfson, E., Payne, C. & Cisneros, A. (August 4, 2011). The giving and receiving of voices in a multicultural mosaic. Poster presentation for American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Division 32, Expanding Consciousness. August 4-7, Washington D.C.

Rohde-Brown, J., Lander, I., & Wolfson, E. (July 22, 2011). What is forgiveness? Four conceptual models. In K. Barker (Chair) Conceptual and Psychological Issues. Symposium at the 4th Global Conference on Forgiveness. Sponsored by Interdisciplinary, July 20-22, Mansfield College, Oxford, U.K

Rohde-Brown, J., Wolfson, E., Payne, C. & Cisneros, A. (April 16, 2011). Diversity and dialogue through the arts: A community endeavor. Humanistic Psychology: In the World…On the Edge, 2011 Annual Conference of the Society for Humanistic Psychology, Division 32 of the American Psychological Association, April 15-17, 2011, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and the Merchandise Mart Plaza, Chicago, IL.

Rohde-Brown, J. & Cisneros, A. (October 9, 2010). Perceptions of Chumash individuals on “OTHERS” interest in and appropriation of traditional Chumash cultural practices including modes of creative expression. The Others Conference, sponsored by the Malintzin Society and The Center for Cultural Change. October 8-10, 2010, Old Mission Retreat Center, Santa Barbara, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (July 17-19, 2009). Collaborative compassion-based imagery practices for difficult times. Workshop presentation for Imagery International conference Riding the Tides of Change: Using Imagery as a Powerful Tool for Transformation Building and Healing in Good Times and Bad, Vallombrosa Center, Menlo Park, CA

Rohde-Brown, J., & Lipinski, B. (September 19, 2008). Lawrence and Garner v. state of Texas, APA Amicus Curiae brief. Poster session presented at the annual Antioch University conference Frontiers in Family Psychology: Lesbian and Gay Couples and Families, September 19, 2008, Santa Barbara, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J., Wyner, G., Bailey, J. (August 15, 2008). Seeds of forgiveness: Healing a global crisis              through self-transcendence. Poster session presented at the annual conference of the American      Psychological Association, August 14-17, 2008, Boston, MA.

Rohde-Brown, J., Somerstein, L., & Lawrence, P. L. (2008, January). Forgiveness. In H. L. Friedman   (Chair), Arts, symbols, traditions: Inner sciences. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the                 World Congress on Psychology and Spirituality, January 5-8, 2008, Delhi, India.

Rohde-Brown, J., Taylor, M. L., Hess, R., & Singh, K. (2008, January). Fostering Forgiveness through

Imagery. In I. B. Jahrsetz (Chair), Education and training: Forgiveness and positive psychology. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the World Congress on Psychology and Spirituality, January 5-8, 2008, Delhi, India.

Professional Publications

Rohde-Brown, J. & Frain, B. (2014). Facing invisible dragons: An East West discussion on finding meaning with a sibling with developmental disability. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 54 (2), 182-202.

Rohde-Brown, J. (2012). What is forgiveness? Four conceptual models. In H. Levy & T. S. Yucel (Eds.). Probing the Boundaries Series: Vol. 172. Forgiveness: An interdisciplinary dialogue. From the 4th Global Conference on Forgiveness. Oxford: Interdisciplinary Press.

Rohde-Brown, J. & Rudestam, K. E. (2011). The role of forgiveness in divorce adjustment and the impact of affect. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 52 (2), 109-124.

Rohde-Brown, J. (2008). A vision for psychology. Sutra – The Thread: Journal for Research on

Education, Psychology, Traditional Sciences and Systems, Health and Consciousness, 1 ( 1),

118-123.

Rohde-Brown, J. (2007). Pan’s Labyrinth [Psychological review of the motion picture Pan’s Labyrinth]. Psychological Perspectives, 50, (1), 167- 169

Rohde-Brown, J. (2005). The role of forgiveness and spiritual practice in divorce adjustment.           Dissertation Abstracts International, DA1-B66/01, 572, (UMI No. 3160518)

Public Presentations/Projects/Publications/Media

Rohde-Brown, J. (upcoming 2017). Making a garden out of the desert: Camus’ story of Janine. Psychological Perspectives: A Quarterly Journal of Jungian Thought, Volume 60 (quarter of publication to be announced) page numbers upon publication

Rohde-Brown, J. (July 2, 2015). Imagine forgiveness. (Radio Interview). Dr. Kim Taylor Show. 5-6pm (PST). KZSB, Santa Barbara.

Rohde-Brown, J. Rohde-Brown, J. (December 2014). Kuan Yin: An image of forgiveness. ImagiNews, 18 (4), pp 12-13

Rohde-Brown, J. (December 2, 2014). Mindfulness meditation guidance: Imagery in meditation and spirituality. Facilitator for Dharma talk and meditation. McVeigh House, Santa Barbara, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (Guest). (November 17, 2014). Families and forgiveness during the holidays. (Radio Interview). Mental Health for Better Living. 9 – 10am (EST) WHCR 90.3, New York

Rohde-Brown, J. (November, 2014). A proposed interspiritual ritual for working with the forgiveness process. Article for interspiritual mentoring blog at www.spiritualpaths.net.

Rohde-Brown, J. (November 1 – 8, 2014). Bodhisattva John. Painting and artist statement accepted and exhibited through the Los Angeles County Psychological Association’s Community Outreach Committee’s Juried Exhibition of Visual Arts, Mirrors of the Mind3: The Psychotherapist as Artist. Jurors: Robert Bilder, Ph.D., James Catterall, Ph.D., Rebecca Caterall, and Gus Harper. L.A. Art Share Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (September 2014 – Present). Mindfulness meditation guidance: Meditation mornings for doctoral student self-care. Meditation guidance on Friday mornings during Ph.D. and Psy.D. academic sessions. Pacifica Graduate Institute, Carpinteria, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (July 17, 2014). Mindfulness meditation guidance: Imagery in meditation and spirituality

Facilitator for Dharma talk and meditation. La Casa de Maria Retreat Center, Santa Barbara, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (July 3, 2014). Mindfulness meditation guidance: Compassion and Forgiveness. Facilitator for Dharma talk and meditation. La Casa de Maria Retreat Center, Santa Barbara, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (March 30, 2014). Guided Visualization and the Noetic. The Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS). Santa Barbara IONS Community Group Presentation. La Casa de Maria Retreat and Conference Center, Santa Barbara, CA.

Weininger, R. & Rohde-Brown, J. (February 13, 2014). Mindfulness meditation guidance: Forgiveness and Metta (Lovingkindness) Meditation. Guest for Dharma talk. La Casa de Maria Retreat and Conference Center, Santa Barbara, CA.

Monroe, L. & Rohde-Brown, J. (October 26, 2013). Restorative justice: Accountability, understanding and change. Part III: The effects of trauma and the benefits of mindfulness. Workshop for inmates at SATF Corcoran Prison, Corcoran, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (July 4, 2013). Mindfulness meditation guidance: Internal family system and compassion. Facilitator for Dharma talk and meditation. La Casa de Maria Retreat Center, Santa Barbara, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (June 27, 2013). Mindfulness meditation guidance: The beauty of pure awareness.. Facilitator for Dharma talk and meditation. La Casa de Maria Retreat Center, Santa Barbara, CA.

Monroe, L. & Rohde-Brown, J. (May 25, 2013). Restorative justice: Accountability, understanding and change. Part II: The effects of trauma and the benefits of mindfulness. Workshop for inmates at SATF Corcoran Prison, Corcoran, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. & Paloutzian, R. (April 25, 2013). Mindfulness meditation guidance: Self-Compassion. Co-Facilitator for Dharma talk and meditation. La Casa de Maria Retreat Center, Santa Barbara, CA.

Monroe, L. & Rohde-Brown, J. (April 20-21, 2013). Restorative justice: Accountability, understanding and change. Part I. Workshop for inmates at SATF Corcoran Prison, Corcoran, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (2013). The cause of suffering: Imagery that enslaves. ImagiNews, 17 (1), pp. 10-11.

Rohde-Brown, J. & Weininger, R. (February 8-10, 2013). Insight and healing through mindfulness and imagination. Weekend workshop. La Casa de Maria Retreat Center. Santa Barbara, CA. 

Weininger, R. & Rohde-Brown, J. (January 31, 2013). Mindfulness meditation guidance: Mindfulness in everyday life. Guest for Dharma talk. La Casa de Maria Retreat Center, Santa Barbara, CA.

Weininger, R. & Rohde-Brown, J. (January 15, 2013). Mindfulness meditation guidance: River of forgiveness. Guest for Dharma talk. McVeigh House, Santa Barbara, CA.

Weininger, R. & Rohde-Brown, J. (January 13, 2013). Navigating the river of life gracefully: Mindfulness meditation mini-retreat. Guest. La Casa de Maria Retreat Center, Santa Barbara, CA.

Weininger, R. & Rohde-Brown, J. (December 9, 2012). The happy Bodhisattva. Mindfulness meditation mini-retreat. Guest. La Casa de Maria Retreat Center, Santa Barbara, CA. 

Rohde-Brown, J. (March, 2011). Passion and purpose. ImagiNews, 15, (1), pp. 13-15.

Rohde-Brown, J. (February, 2011). Accepting and forgiving ourselves. Online mental health newsletter www.allthingshealing.com

Rohde-Brown, J. (Host). (August, 2010 – May 2011) Emotional pathways (Radio Program). www.webtalkradio.net. Chicago, IL: Matrix Media.

Rohde-Brown, J. (November, 2010). Imagery and forgiveness. (Podcast interview). Imagery International, http://imageryinternational.org

Rohde-Brown, J. (Guest). (November, 2010). Forgiveness. (Radio Interview). Your Life Matters with Jenn and Steve. Indianapolis, IN.

Rohde-Brown, J. (Guest). (October, 2010). The hidden hazards of resentment. (Radio Interview). ALLthe RAGERadio with Paula Scully.

Rohde-Brown, J. (Guest) (October, 2010). Imagine forgiveness or ruin your health, happiness and relationships. (Radio Interview). A Lasting Love with host, Hadley Finch.

Rohde-Brown, J. (Guest) (September, 2010). Forgiveness and health. (Radio Interview). Dr. Health, with host, David Snow. Honolulu, HI.

Rohde-Brown, J. (Guest) (August, 2010). Forgiving now: The hidden hazards of resentment. (Radio Interview). Darkness Radio with hosts, Dave Schraeder and Mali Fox. Montreal, Canada.

Rohde-Brown, J. (Guest) (July, 2010). Forgiveness. (Radio Interview). Privacy Piracy with host, Mari Frank on KUCI radio. Irvine, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (Guest) (July 2010). Imagination and forgiveness. (Radio Interview). Dresser After Dark with host, Michael Dresser. Minneapolis, MI.

Rohde-Brown, J. (2010). Imagine forgiveness: A guide for creating a joyful future. Bloomington, IN: iUniverse, Inc. ISBN: 948-1-4502-2435-2

Rohde-Brown, J., Wolfson, E., Singer, M., Mahlendorf, U., Miller-McCune, S Payne, C., & Wyner, G., (April 8, 2010). Reflections on suffering and hope in the human spirit. Presentation in Commemoration of Holocaust Remembrance Day co-sponsored by Antioch University Santa Barbara, Jewish Family Services, and the Anti-Defamation League as part of an ongoing series entitled Dialogue and Diversity through the Arts, Bronfman Family Jewish Community Center, Santa Barbara, CA

Rohde-Brown, J., Katz, L., Wolfson, E., Payne, C., & Payne, R. (January 18, 2010). Freedom’s wings, Part I. Presentation in Commemoration of Martin Luther King co-sponsored by Antioch University Santa Barbara, Jewish Family Services, and the Anti-Defamation League as part of an ongoing series entitled Dialogue and Diversity through the Arts, Bronfman Family Jewish Community Center, Santa Barbara, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (2009). Images in nature, gentle ritual and the forgiveness process. ImagiNews, 13, (4), pp. 16-18. 

Rohde-Brown, J. (Speaker). (2009) Chakra mountain. (Compact disk recording). Energi Media Group.

Rohde-Brown, J. (Interviewed for Article) (February 2009). Learn to forgive: Heal your heart by letting go of resentment. Spa Magazine, Mind Spirit section, Shari Mycek, p. 60.

Rohde-Brown, J. (Speaker). (2007). Feel welcome now (Compact disk recording). Energi Media Group.

Rohde-Brown, J. (Speaker). (2007). Feel forgiveness now (Compact disk recording). Energi Media Group. (2nd place winner in Just Plain Folks Music Awards, Self-Help Category)

Rohde-Brown, J. (2007). Mercy tears. ImagiNews, 11, (4), pp. 14-15.

Rohde-Brown, J. (2007). Interactive group imagery on a psych ward: Circling around a cooking vessel.           ImagiNews, 11, (2), pp. 13-14.

Rohde-Brown, J. & Turner, P. (March, 2007). Elderwise: Fire circle and reminiscence, offered through Tierra Sagrada: Sacred Earth Foundation, Santa Barbara, CA.

Rohde-Brown, J. (October 2006). Forgiveness seminar. Presentation given to High School students. Culver Military Academy, South Bend, Indiana.

Rohde-Brown, J. (1996). Mother being, mother not. Journal of Grief Processes.
Dr. Rohde-Brown is referred to in Jan/Feb. (2009) issue of Spa magazine, p. 60, in relation to her work with forgiveness processes. (for article reprints contact spuckett@wrightsreprints.com)

Boards and Committees

California Psychology Internship Council –July 2015 –Current Board Member

Restorative Justice Resource Center – 2012 — Current Board member

Tierra Sagrada: Sacred Earth Foundation, Founding Board Member: May 2007 – Currently

Imagery International: Board Member 2009 – 2010 (Secretary) 2011-2012 (President)

Santa Barbara Restorative Justice Initiative: 2008 – 2011 (Advisory Board member)

Chaminade College Preparatory, Board Member: 1994 – 1997Elade International, Board Member: 1992 – 1993

Blue Sky Radio, Board Member: 1999 – 2000

AUSB Faculty Senate – Secretary 2010, President-Elect 2012-2013, President 2013-14

Blue Book Commission for Antioch University Faculty Policy 2010

Antioch University Chancellor’s Commission for Academic Governance – 2010-12

Task Force on Faculty Evaluation Rubrics for Antioch University – 2011

Santa Barbara County Psychological Assoc. – Past Chair of Student Outreach Committee

AUSB Academic Leadership Team – 2012 – 2014

AUSB Leadership Council – 2012 – 2014

Pacifica Graduate Institute Academic Senate Secretary – July 2015 – Currently

Pacifica Graduate University – Educational Council Committee-September 2014-Currently

Peer Reviewer for International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 2014 and 2015. 

California Psychological Association Conference Committee, for 2016 conference.

Awards and Grants

‘Excellence in Teaching’ Award, Antioch University Santa Barbara, 2012

University Academic Council Innovation Fund Grant, Antioch University Santa Barbara, 2013.

Partial List of Professional Development: Conferences, Workshops and Certifications, CE Courses:

          • APA conventions in 1990s to the present
          • Humanistic Psychology, Transpersonal and Ecopsychology conferences since 1990
          • Imagery International conferences
          • Dreamtending with Stephen Aizenstat in 1992
          • Doctoral Practicum Trainee  1998-9 Rehabilitation Institute of Santa Barbara (Neuropsychological Assessment and Individual and Family Supportive Psychotherapy, Supervised by Rebecca Goodman, Ph.D.)
          • Doctoral Practicum Trainee  1998-99 Aurora Vista Del Mar Psychiatric Hospital (Adolescent and Geriatric Units — Intake Assessments, Group and Individual Therapy, Didactics, Supervised by Randy Wood, Ph.D.)
          • Hypnosis Training and Certification (1992-1993), Hypnosis Motivation Institute. Main Facilitators: John Kappas, Ph.D. and George Kappas, MF
          • Psychoneuroimmunology Conferences/Workshops (1993 to 1999). Hilton Head, N. Carolina. & San Diego, CA
          • Gestalt Practicum Group (met weekly from 1993 to 1996). Facilitator: Jeffrey Marsh, Ph.D.
          • Peer Counseling and Group Facilitation Training (1994), Center for Healthy Aging. Facilitator: Evelyn Freeman, Ph.D.
          • Postural Integration and Body-Mind Practitioner Five-Month Training & Certification (1994), Body-Mind Institute. Facilitators: Marvin Trieger MFT, Ph.D., Jack Hare, Ph.D., and Cathy Treiger.
          • Clinical Hypnosis Training (March 1998), National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine. Facilitators: Helen Erickson, RN, Ph.D. & Sandra Sylvester, Ph.D.
          • Vipassana Meditation Training (1993-2003).
          • The Psychology of Consciousness, Energy Medicine and Dynamic Change, March 23-29, 1998, La Jolla, CA.
          • Intuition, Imagery and Healing, Belleruth Naparstek, October 20-21, 2000
          • Interactive Guided Imagery Training and Certification (2000 to 2001), Academy for Guided Imagery. Facilitators: Martin Rossman, M.D. and David Bressler, Ph.D.
          • Mindfulness with Clear Comprehension: A Buddhist Cognitive Psychology Retreat, Marvin Treiger, November 9-12, 2000 (More retreats like this through the years as well)
          • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction: A 5-Day Professional Training (February 25-March 2, 2001), Omega Institute. Facilitators: Jon Kabat-Zinn, M.D. and Saki Santorelli, Ph.D..
          • Intuition Workshop with Judith Orloff, 2002
          • Pacifica sponsored conferences (i.e. Seven on Dreams
          • C. G. Jung Institute Training and Wednesday seminars and Saturday seminars and workshops, starting 2002-5
          • Intern at C.G. Jung Institute Los Angeles, September 2002- August 2004. Supervisors: Steven Frank, Ph.D. and Nancy Furlotti, MFT.
          • Reading and Study Group with Jung’s Collected Works, Charles Zeltzer, Ph.D., Los Angeles, 2003-5
          • Integral Psychology 5-Day Training (June 2005), Integral Institute. Facilitators: Elliott Ingersoll, Ph.D, Bert Parlee, MFT, Jeff Soulen, M.D., Willow Pearson, MFT, Susan Cook-Greuter, Ph.D., and Ken Wilbur.
          • Personality Disorders and CBT, Judith Beck, Ph.D., Sonoma, CA 2005
          • Integrative Healing Practitioner Training and Certification (Sept 2006 to June 2007), Stillpoint Foundation. Facilitator: Dr. Meredith Young Sowers.
          • Mindfulness and Psychotherapy: Cultivating Well-Being in the Present Moment, October 5-7, 2007, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.
          • Finding the Sacred in the Holidays through Recovery, December 3, 2008
          • World Congress on Psychology and Spirituality, January 5 – 8, 2008, New Delhi, India.
          • Frontiers in Family Psychology: Lesbian and Gay Couples and Families, Spetember 19, 2008
          • Basic Shamanic Training (2008), Center for Shamanic Studies. Facilitator: Amanda Foulger
          • Creating a Relationship with the Media, September 13, 2008.
          • The Multidisciplinary Interview Team (MDIT), April 3, 2009.
          • Developments in Risk Assessment, J. Lewis, Ph.D., November 20, 2009
          • On Shakey Ground: A Narrative of Special Needs. Debbie Schiller, Ph.D., October 30, 2009
          • Institute of Noetic Sciences Conferences (and was a Circle Member for 5 years)
          • Evolution of Psychotherapy Conferences 2005 and 2009, Anaheim, CA. (Some of the workshops listed below)
          • Integrative Medicine, Mind-Body Connection, Future of Health Care—Weil
          • Myth, Psychology & Mystery of Transformation of Self and Society—Houston
          • The Clinical Wisdom of Modern Neuroscience & Buddhist Psychology—Kornfield & Siegel
          • Reinventing the Body, Resurrecting the Soul—Chopra
          • Processing Dreams with Focusing—Gendlin
          • Frontiers of Trauma Treatment—Van der Kolk
          • Spirituality—Houston & Kornfield
          • Mindfulness, Trauma, Healing and the Spirit—Van der Kolk, Kornfield, Siegel & Shapiro
          • Cross-Cultural Issues—Houston, Meichenbaum, Wing Sue
          • Active Centering: Applying Somatic Coaching in Psychotherapy—Dilts
          • Experiential Approaches Combining Gestalt and Hypnosis—Polster & Zei
          • Hypnosis and Neuroscience—Ross
          • Helping Clients and Clinicians Manage Trauma, Reyes,. Lehman, and Dressel, May 7, 2010
          • Culture of Wealth, J. Eng, Ph.D. September 17, 2010.
          • No Tabula Rasa: Individual and Group Supervision of Graduate Psychology Students, H. Zetze, .2010 and 2011,
          • Phenomenological-Humanistic Neuroscience as a Paradigm Shift: Psychopathology, Healing, & Altered States, April 17, 2011
          • Treating Complex Trauma, Christine Courtois, Ph.D., Steven Gold, Ph.D., Laura Brown, Ph.D., and others.
          • Qualitative Research Workshop, Auerbach and Silverstein, APA Convention, Boston, MA
          • Facilitating Transformation with Eating Disordered Clients through the Lens of Existential Givens, April 17, 2011
          • Working with Adult Trauma Survisors: What Every Practitioner Should Know, August 5, 2011, American Psychological Convention.
          • Center for Story and Symbol workshops
          • Interpersonal Neurobiology, online training group with Daniel Siegel, 2010
          • Workshops and Sweat Lodges with Angaangaq (Inuit Shaman)& Others and the Sacred Earth Foundation.
          • Using Clinical Hypnosis to Treat Trauma, Dana Saperstein, February 4, 2011The Power of Paying Attention: A Spiritual Approach to Psychotherapy, Gail Brenner, October 14, 2011
          • Spiritual Medicine, Molly Roberts, Ph.D., through HeartMath Institute. November, 19, 2011
          • Suicide: What Every Therapist Needs to Know, Lisa Firestone, Ph.D., September 8, 2011
          • Classical Mindfulness Based CBT for the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders with a Focus on PTSD, Lobsang Rapgay, October 15, 2011, Antioch University, Santa Barbara, CA
          • The Five Medicines: The Science Foundations and Clinical Application of Integrative Mental Health Care, Jim Duffy, March 29, 2012, Antioch University, Santa Barbara, CA.
          • Contemplative New Year’s Retreat: Mindfulness Meditation and Centering Prayer, December 31-January 1, 2012-13, Suzanne Dunn, Jeannette Love, & Radhule Weininger, La Casa de Maria, Santa Barbara, CA.
          • CITI Basic Course in the Protection of Human Research Subjects, October 17, 2012
          • Law and Ethics IV: Phantom Issues in Risk Management, Jonathan Young, Ph.D., September 28, 2012, Santa Barbara, CA.
          • OferZur.com online CE courses in trauma, ethics.
          • The Art and Science of Mindfulness: Compassion Conference, February 21-23, 2013, San Diego, CA.
            • Principled Compassion: A Radical Vision, Roshi Joan Halifax, Ph.D., February 22, 2013
            • Understanding and Transforming Barriers to Compassion, Kelly McGonigal, Ph.D., February, 22, 2013
            • Compassion Training with Trauma Survivors, Leah Weiss, Ph.D, LCSW, February 22, 2013
            • Dispelling the Myth of Compassion Fatigue, Emiliana Simon-Thomas, Ph.D., February 23, 2013
            • Mindfulness, Compassion, and the Pain Paradox, John Briere, Ph.D., February 23, 2013
            • Teaching Self-Compassion to Patients, Chris Germer, Ph.D., February 23, 2013
            • This is Your Brian on Compassion, Emiliana Simon-Thomas, February 23, 2013.
      • Mindfulness Skills in Treating Addiction and Loss, Rebecca Williams and Michael Reider, January 24, 2013
      • National Council of Schools for Professional Psychology meetings and conferences since 2007
      • Recent Advances in Psychological Trauma: Biological Substrates, DSM-5 Nosology, and Formalized
      • Treatment Protocols, Gil Reyes, PhD ,June 7, 2014, Santa Barbara, C
      • Hot Topics in Ethics and Risk Management in Psychological Practice, Jeffrey Younggren, Ph.D., October 19, 2013
      • CPA Division II Conference—Vicarious Traumatization: The Supervisor’s Role in Sustaining Therapists in Trauma Therapies, Laurie Pearlman, Ph.D., March 1, 2014
      • Interspiritual Mentoring Certificate Training (February 2014 – current). Spiritual Paths Foundation. Facilitator: Ed Bastian, Ph.D.
      • 7th Annual Society for Humanistic Psychology, APA Division 32 Conference, Human Dignity and Humanistic Values, March 13-16, 2014, Sofia University, Palo Alto, CA
      • 6th Annual Society for Humanistic Psychology, APA Division 32 Conference, Cultivating a Home for Love and Justice in an Indifferent World, February 28-March 3, 2013, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, CA
      • Mirrors of the Mind III:The Psychotherapist as Artist, Exhibited my painting, Nov. 2014, through Los Angeles County Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA
      • NCSPP Mid-Winter Conference, Positioning Professional Psychology in Today’s Healthcare: Ensuring Our Graduates’ Relevance, January 21-23, 2015, San Diego, CA
      • The Alchemy of Combat: Transforming Trauma in Combat Veterans, Larry Decker, Ph.D., February 28, 2015, UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA
      • Ouch! That Hurt! The Neurobiology of Giving Feedback, CPA online course, March 4, 2015
      • CPA Division II Conference—Supervisees Who Worry their Supervisors, Pepperdine University, February 28, 2015
      • Exploring Developmental Trauma through the Lens of Contemporary Film, Donald Kalsched, Ph.D., . June 5-6, 2015 Pacifica Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, CA
      • Supervisory Colloqium for Mental Health Practitioners, Donald Kalsched, Ph.D., June 7, 2015 Pacifica Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, CA
      • Psychological Perspectives Conference: Between the Human Animal and the Animate Earth, July 18, 2015, Los Angeles, CA
      • Ecotherapy: Nature Reconnection as a Powerful, Transformational Healing Practice, Certification, Linda Buzzel, LMFT, PDC July 31-September 20, 2015, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, CA
      • Training Program in Affect Regulation, Attachment, and Trauma, Level I Certification: Training in Affect Regulation, Survival Defenses, and Traumatic Memory. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute, November 2015-May 2016, Los Angeles, CA–Mason Sommers and Rebecca Farca
      • A Collected Works Reading Program: Aion: Researches into the Phenomenology of the Self, J. Gordon Nelson, C.G. Jung Institute Los Angeles. October 14, December 9, 2015.
      • Psychodynamic Taxonomies of Anxiety, Santa Barbara County Psychological Association Continuing Education Salon, December 11, 2015, Matthew Bennett, Psy.D.
      • Essential Skills in Comprehensive Energy Psychology, Los Angeles, CA. October 31-November 1, 2015 and January 16-17, 2016–David Gruder, Ph.D.
      • Increasing Children’s Resilience, Santa Barbara County Psychological Association Continuing Education Salon, February 26, 2016, Deborah Schiller, Ph.D.
      • Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference, Humanistic (R) evolution 2.0: Re-visioning Human Potential, Education & Healthcare. American Psychological Association Division 32 & The Institute for Holistic Health Studies, San Francisco State University, March 17-20th, 2016 (Co-Presenter with Elizabeth Wolfson, Ph.D.) Adults Giving Care to Adults: Existential Perspectives on What’s Given, Gotten, and Given Up.
      • Annual Convention California Psychological Association 2016, Transformation and Innovation in Psychology–Meeting the Needs of our Complex and Diverse World, Hotel Irvine, Irvine, CA April 14-17, 2016
      • Climates of Change and the Therapy of Ideas, Pacifica Graduate Institute Public Program, April 22-24, 2016.
      • 18th Annual Energy Psychology Conference, Changing the World through Personal Healing and Transformation, Santa Clara, CA, June 2-5, 2016
      • Trackless Flight of the Wild Goose: Relating the Great Perfection & the Eight Brochades-Meditation Retreat, June 9-11, 2016, Mt. Baldy Zen Center, Marv Treiger.
      • Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies Conference, Earth/Psyche: Foregrounding the Earth’s Relation to Psyche. Santa Fe, NM, June 26-29, 2016 (Presenter) The Image of the Desert
      • Yoga Meets Depth Psychology: Embodying the Sacred, Encountering the Soul, Pacifica Graduate Institute Public Program, July 15-17, 2016 (Co-Presenter with Pat Katsky, Ph.D.) Mindfulness, Creativity, and Playfulness.
      • The American Institute of Medical Education: Creativity and Madness-Psychological Studies of Art and Artists, Santa Fe Convention Center, August 1 – 5, 2016.
      • Early Trauma in the Clinical Situation: Intra-psychic and Inter-Personal Dimensions. Pacifica Graduate Institute, August 20, 2016, Donald Kalsched, Ph.D.
      • Non-linear Study Group, once per month on Saturdays since Spring 2015, Santa Monica, CA, Terry Marks-Tarlow, Ph.D.
      • The Eighth Annual Imagery Conference: On the Wings of Expansion, Imagery International, October 5-9, 2016 (Co-Presenter with Monique Fay) The 5-Elements, Photography and Contemplative Practice
      • Interspiritual Mentor Group, ongoing once per month online meetings since 2013. Spiritual Paths Foundation, Ed Bastian, Ph.D.
      • What is Mindful Psychotherapy?: Deepening the Conversation. Ongoing once per month group since September 2016, Marjorie Schuman, Ph.D.

 

 

 

 

 

 

One Response to “Presentations, Publications, Media, Training”

  1. Janet Barr on 04 Mar 2010 at 4:01 pm

    Your website is looking good! 3/4/2010

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