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Jaime Nisenbaum

Adjunct Professor
Expressive Art Therapy

CIIS Main Building
6th Floor
1453 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Jaime Nisenbaum, PhD, REAT, adjunct faculty in Expressive Arts Therapy holds a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute and is a Registered Expressive Arts Therapist.  He is adjunct faculty and former co-director at Tamalpa Institute and has lectured at several universities including Saybrook University, Sonoma State University, and San Francisco State University.  His background includes extensive training in movement-based expressive arts therapy, body-oriented psychotherapeutic approaches, Gestalt therapy and a wide array of psychological orientations encompassing psychodynamic, humanistic/extistential, and depth psychology.  His areas of interest in teaching, research, and clinical practice involve the development of further clinical applications of expressive arts therapy and men's studies.  He is contributing author of the books The Body Can Speak, In Praise of Poiesis: The Arts and Human Existence and maintains a psychotherapy private practice in San Rafael, California.