Sadhana Stupar, PhD candidate, received her MA in East–West Psychology from CIIS in May 2013, with a concentration in Spiritual Counseling and Jungian Psychology. She is continuing her studies in the program, focusing on the narratives and archetypal experiences of adoptees born into the post-WWII closed adoption system. Sadhana brings her extensive experience as a craniosacral therapist to her doctoral work, integrating the somatic perspective with narrative research, pre- and perinatal psychology, Jungian archetypes, mythology, and storytelling.
Sadhana practices craniosacral therapy in her office located in the Hobart Building at Market and 2nd Street in San Francisco, and in the South Bay. Her specialties include migraine, dental problems, newborn breastfeeding challenges, somatic-emotional integration of traumatic experience, and narrative healing. In addition, Sadhana offers individual and small group training in craniosacral therapy for students and health care professionals.