Susan A Rowland (Ph.D)
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California, USA
What are your main areas of interest?
Jungian Psychology, Archetypal Psychology, Mythology, Ecopsychology
If you are signing up as an Individual Member, do you have a degree in Depth Psychology?
If so, from what institution?
University Of Newcastle, UK
Are you a licensed or clinical therapist?
Please share a little about yourself by way of introduction. What draws you to Depth Psychology and what are you looking for from this community?
To be a self in and for the world.
To help mainstream academia, especially the humanities re-connect with the intrinsically creative imagination.
Do you belong to any other online Psychology-related communities or orgs? If so, which?
IAJS: Interantional Association of Jungian Studies
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At 7:50pm on September 26, 2011, Dennis Pottenger said…

Hi Susan,
I wonder, now that you're teaching at Pacifica, if you've heard anything about a conference scheduled for Santa Barbara in Sept 2012.  Pacifica is sponsoring what I think is being called the "Symposium for the Study of Myth."  So glad to have you with us.  Welcome! 

At 3:11pm on September 23, 2011, Ed Koffenberger said…

Welcome Susan,

I especially appreciate the desire to re-connect the humanities with the creative imagination.

My sense of educational directions over the last decade or two has been that there is a slow drift away from the humanities and more time and money spent presenting the "objective" scientific disciplines, often supported as being more practical than the humanities. Introducing the creative imagination within the humanities creates a bridge and, arguably a "reason," for a revisiting of the humanities in education.

I believe you will find many areas of discussion within the Alliance that touch on and explore active imagination. I look forward to your posts.


At 11:36am on September 23, 2011, Bonnie Bright said…

Hi Susan. Welcome! I'm glad you've found the online depth community.I am familiar with your name and work a bit, especially through IAJS and the annual conference as well as through Pacifica.

As you can see, the Alliance is a dynamic and growing group of people who understand the power of connecting around critical topics and the fact that we are a global community allows us to meet and learn from others in a multitude of ways.

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