Thank you for visiting my blog. Here you will find musings that surface from my studies in Jungian Depth Psychology, from my work as a wilderness rites of passage guide with The School of Lost Borders, and from my many wanderings along the basin and ranges of the western states.
In 2012, I “retired” from an eleven year, tenured position as associate professor of counseling at California State University, Los Angeles where I taught graduate students in the marriage and family and school counseling programs. Currently, I am adjunct faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute where I primarily teach courses on ecopsychology. I now live near Grass Valley, California where I have a private psychotherapy practice, with a specializaiton in depth and nature-based approaches.
I hope you enjoy these simple offerings. Please feel free to leave comments.