Alumni Professional Successes
Examples of EWP Alum Professional Successes
Patricia Corrales, M.A., 2005, launched the first graduate program in transpersonal psychology academically recognized in Mexico.
Javier Charme, M.A., 2004, teaches Transpersonal Psychology and Psychotherapy at Universidad del Pacífico, Chile, and is a coordinator and teacher for the Grof Transpersonal Training in South America.
Martina Dannecker, Ph.D., 2005, is currently a visiting research scholar in the psychology department at UC Berkeley.
Stephen Dinan, M.A., 1997, editor of Radical Spirit: Spiritual Writings from the Voices of Tomorrow, is the Director of Membership and Marketing at the Institute of Noetic Sciences and the founder of its successful Shift in Action program.
Tina Fields, Ph.D., 2001, co-editor of So What? Now What? The Anthropology of Consciousness Addresses a World in Crisis, has taught ecopsychology for Lesley University, New College, and Dominican University.
Charles Flores, Ph.D., 2009, is an Adjunct Professor at John F. Kennedy University, and has also taught at Cal State East Bay, Holy Names, and SACAR out of Puducheri, India.
Lorell Frysh, Ph.D. 2006, leads workshops on the interface between transpersonal psychology and interior design. Her work has been featured in magazines such as Yogi Times.
Glenn Hartelius, Ph.D., 2009, is Assistant Professor in the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology (ITP), Palo Alto, and main editor of the International Journal of Transpersonal Studies.
Daijaku Judith Kinst Ph.D., 2004, is core faculty at the Institute for Buddhist Studies, Graduate Theological Union (Berkeley) has taught and led retreats in a variety of settings including Gampo Abbey with the Ven. Pema Chodron.
Dawn Matheny, Ph.D., 2001, is the Executive Director of Veriditas, a non-profit organization working internationally to transform the human spirit through the experience of walking the labyrinth as a metaphor for the spiritual life.
Susan Miller McGowan, Ph.D., 2007., founded the Integral Healing Center in Carrolton, Georgia, to support the healing the whole person, and teaches as adjunct faculty at the University of West Georgia.
Siddhartha V. Shah, M.A., 2003, is an art dealer, curator, and lecturer on the function of sacred art in spiritual practice.
Norio Suzuki, Ph.D., 2004, is the Director of Integral Japan, works as a developmental coach for executives in profit and nonprofit organizations, and is the coauthor of the book, Introduction to Integral Philosophy.
David M. Zeitler, M.A., 2000, is an assistant professor in the Integral Psychology Program at JFK University, and the coauthor of the book Integral Psychotherapy: Inside Out/Outside In.