Daniela Roher, Ph.D. has spent nearly forty years in a career that has spanned three countries in two continents. Dr. Roher’s passion for her work stems from a deep interest in human interactions and connections and keeps her at the forefront of the new science of relationships. She continuously studies and applies treatment models that best help couples identify, understand, address and resolve interpersonal issues, in order to bring intimacy and deeper connection back into their love relationships.
Born in Italy, Dr. Roher attended the Universities of Torino in Italy, Cambridge in England, Wayne State University in the US and the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute. The experiences she gained from her studies in different countries nurtured her discipline and love of knowledge and her appreciation of the many ways in which different cultures affect and shape the human mind. From her many years of studying and practicing as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist, she brings an ever deepening understanding of the human journey, with all its challenges and rewards.
Dr. Roher lives in Arizona where she has a private practice. When not in her office, her love for the desert keeps her outdoors, not wanting to miss any opportunity to be in touch with nature and observe the miracles that constantly unfold. She is also an avid blogger on various psychological topics, with a special focus on couples’ areas of conflict. To learn more about Dr. Roher’s practice and to read her blogs, visit www.drroherphd.com
Susan E. Schwartz, PhD is a Jungian analyst trained in Zürich, Switzerland, as well as a licensed clinical psychologist with a private practice in Paradise Valley, Arizona. With Daniela Roher, Ph.D. she co-authored the book, Couples at the Crossroads: Five Steps to Finding Your Way Back to Love. Their website for the book is www.couplesatthecrossroads.com.
For many years Susan has enjoyed giving workshops and presentations at various venues, and has lectured worldwide on Jungian analytical psychology. She is the author of several journal articles on daughters and fathers, the puella archetype, Sylvia Plath in the online journal Plath Profiles, a chapter in the four editions of Counseling and Psychotherapy textbook and a chapter in Perpetual Adolescence: Jungian Analyses of American Media, Literature, and Pop Culture. She is a member of the New Mexico Society of Jungian Analysts, the International Association of Analytical Psychology and the American Psychological Association. Her website is www.susanschwartzphd.com
David Van Nuys, PhD
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