Tanya Wilkinson

Tanya Wilkinson

Program Chair and Professor
Clinical Psychology

Fox Plaza
1390 Market Street, Suite 111
San Francisco, CA 94102

Tanya Wilkinson received her Ph.D. (1979) in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in Berkeley. She maintains a private practice in psychotherapy and consultation from a Jungian/feminist perspective.

Tanya has been teaching at the Institute since 1980, and she was awarded the Institute's Distinguished Teaching Award in 1987. Tanya has published two books: Medea's Folly: Women's Relationships and the Search for Intimacy(1998), and Persephone Returns: Victims, Heroes, and the Journey from the Underworld (1996). She is currently working on a third book, Joy in the Making: What Artist's Dreams Tell Us About Creativity, a project that combines her professional interest in the psychology of dreams with her work as a mixed media artist.




Andrew Bertagnoli, PhD
Lani Chow, PhD

Michael Donnell, PsyD
Christopher Dryer, PhD
Callum Eastwood, PsyD

Todd Finnemore, PsyD
Alan Kubler, PhD

John Lundin, PsyD

Tamas Makany, PhD
Gordon McCarter, PhD
Simon Tan, PhD, ABPP

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