Clare McLaughlin Clare McLaughlin

Adjunct Instructor
Integral Counseling Psychology
Counseling Psychology Department
School of Professional Psychology and Health

MA, California Institute of Integral Studies

BA, Humboldt State University

As a Human Development Adjunct Professor, Clare encourages the investigation into the nature and process of our evolution from past to present, touching on the physical, cognitive, social-emotional, cultural, ethical, spiritual and transpersonal dimensions from conception to old age, death, and afterlife. She explores what it means to evolve and to become a fully integrated human being as well as to support others in their fullest growth.

Additionally, she is a licensed psychotherapist (MFC37036). She received her Master's from CIIS (1994) with focuses on Integral Counseling Psychology and Expressive Arts Therapy. One of the most important aspects of her training and development since my Master's work is my 12+ years in the Diamond Logos School (a psychological-spiritual approach). She was on the teaching team of the Diamond Logos Academy for five years and remains an adjunct teacher.

Continued training in Buddhism and Christian Mysticism informs her work. She is a Community Dharma Leader in the Vajrayana Buddhist tradition. Currently, she is writing human development curriculum for teachers and children.

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