I'm a semi-retired psychoanalytic psychotherapist in eastern Tennessee.
I write about psychoanalysis, nature, science, social justice, subtle energy fields and subtle activism. I’m especially interested in edges, spaces and places where all of these fields intersect.
B.S. in Parks and Recreation Administration (focus: environmental interpretation), College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Michigan State University, 1970.
M.A. in Psychology, Contemplative Psychotherapy, Naropa University, 1991.
Certification in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Colorado Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies, 2004.
Areas of Interest in Psychoanalysis
Race, class, and gender issues in psychoanalysis; ethics; psychoanalysis as a liberation art/science; politics of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic understanding of politics and political systems; intersections of psychoanalysis and Buddhist psychology; psychoanalytic exploration of human relationships with other species and our shared environments.
General Interests: psychoanalysis, social and environmental justice, civil and human rights, indigenous rights, earth and life sciences, personal and planetary transformation, nature photography, Qigong, jazz, blues, other life in this solar system (and beyond).