Harrison Voigt was instrumental in the founding of the clinical psychology doctoral program in 1981. He received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (1969) from Ohio University, and his M.A. in Clinical Psychology (1963) from West Virginia University. He is a licensed psychologist in part-time private practice. Harrison has taught at the Institute since 1974, and is the Director of the Psychological Services Center at CIIS.
With a professional career that has encompassed clinical practice, teaching, training and research, Harrison is interested in the application of Eastern and Western growth models to psychotherapeutic process, the dynamics and experience of inner development, small group process, human sexuality, and our relationship to the natural world. His publications range across a broad spectrum: group therapy, psychopathology, spirituality and sex therapy, and bystander intervention in public episodes of child abuse.
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