Marta Rubinart, Adjunct Faculty in the East-West Psychology Program at California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in San Francisco, CA Marta Rubinart

Adjunct Faculty
East-West Psychology
School of Consciousness and Transformation (SCT)

PhD in psychology, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Marta Rubinart is a scholar, researcher, and clinician in the field of Clinical and Health Psychology and Spirituality. She has conducted research on the psychological effects of spiritual practice on personality and wellbeing. Marta’s research is on the role of the heart in personality integration and spiritual growth. She has first-hand experience in Quantitative, Qualitative, Mixed-Methods and Theoretical Research and has worked as a research assistant for the Center of Psychedelic Therapy and Research at CIIS in collaboration with John Hopkins University. 

“I have worked for more than 20 years in private practice, hospitals, and non-profit organizations with adults, adolescents and families, first in Spain and later in the USA. My research interests expand from developing models to explore, conceptualize and spread Integral Yoga’s cosmology and epistemology to exploring specific areas of research related to human psyche using collaborative methodologies.” –Marta Rubinart

Publications:

Rubinart, M., Fornieles, A., & Deus, J. (2017). The psychological impact of the Jesus prayer among non-conventional catholics. Pastoral Psychology, 66(4), 487-504. doi: 10.1007/s11089-017-0762-4

Rubinart, M., Moynihan, T., & Deus, J. (2016). Using the collaborative inquiry method to explore the Jesus Prayer. Spirituality in Clinical Practice, 3(2), 139-151. doi:10.1037/scp0000104

Rubinart, M., Gutierrez, T., Fornieles, A., & Deus, J. (2016) Temperament and Character in Non-Traditional Spiritual People. Journal of Transpersonal Research,8(1), 75-86.

Professional Webpage: https://martarubinart.com

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