Bill Say, Adjunct Faculty in the MA in Integral Counseling Psychology at California Institute of Integral Studies, CIIS in San Francisco, CA. Bill Say

Adjunct Faculty
Integral Counseling Psychology
School of Psychology and Professonal Health

Bill Say holds an M.A. in psychology, and certification in Process Work and Core Energetics. He is an adjunct faculty member at California Institute of Integral Studies, JFK/National University, Process Work Institute and the Wright Institute. He brings many years of experience to private therapeutic practice, diversity awareness training, conflict resolution and community building, with work in the US, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. His organizational consulting includes work with the Cities of Berkeley, Richmond and San Rafael; Alameda County Human Resources; the Highlander Research and Education Center; Sustainable Economies Law Center; UN Refugee health organizations (UNRWA); New Energy in China; and Independent Thought and Social Action in India. Bill is Japanese Korean American, cis and male and straight identified, middle-class, spiritually oriented, socially introverted, married to Linda and parent to Gabe.

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