Classes Taught

I teach a number of courses at Saybrook, including those listed below. Additionally, I am available to teach Independent Studies. I do not teach all of these courses every semester or even every year. For the pages with a hyperlink, I have some additional information about the courses:

CS 4535:     The Use of Poetry with Death, Loss, and Life Transitions (Offered Fall Term)
CSIH 4530:  Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality in their Cultural Contexts (Offered in the Fall Term)
CSIH 6560:  Approaches to Socially Engaged Spirituality (I teach this course occasionally)
EHTP 1080: History and Systems of Psychology (I teach this course occasionally)
EHTP 2000: Foundations of Existential, Humanistic, and Transpersonal Psychology (Offered Fall Term)
EHTP 6150: Existential Therapy II: Rollo May and the Existential Tradition (Offered in the Spring Term)
EHTP 8950: Integrative Seminar (Offered each term based upon need)
RES 1100:     Research Practicum (Offered each term based upon need and availability)

Democracy cannot succeed unless those who express their choice are prepared to choose wisely. The real safeguard of democracy, therefore, is education.

— Franklin D. Roosevelt