More soon on the May 8-9 depression workshop.
A bit about the workshop leaders
- has a BA in Anthropology from California State University - Northridge and an MA in Counseling from Webster University;
- has trained in psychotherapy at Gestalt Institute of New England and consultation skills at National Training Laboratories (NTL);
- is certified by American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT);
- was an organization consultant to Digital Equipment Corporation for 10 years where he led 5-day residential workshops, designed and facilitated large change and transition projects, and taught counseling skills to managers and supervisors;
- led groups at McLean Hospital, Belmont Massachusetts (Harvard Medical School) and Heights Psychiatric Hospital, Albuquerque;
- is director of the Gestalt Center of New Mexico;.
- is in private practice in Albuquerque.
Paul Watson:Keep an eye on this home page for updated workshop dates and information!
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- is a practicing behavioral ecologist and evolutionary biologist, with a BA in Zoology from the University of Montana and a PhD in Behavioral Biology from Cornell University;
- has done postdoctoral work with key empiricists and theoreticians in behavioral ecology and evolutionary psychology at the University of New Mexico and the University of Oxford;
- is a member of the research faculty at the University of New Mexico where he does research on animal and human behavior;
- has graduate and undergraduate mentoring duties in behavioral biology at the University of New Mexico and the University of Montana's Flathead Lake Biological Station;
- has a long interest in cross-referencing the psychologies of Buddhist, Sufi and gnostic Christian traditions with evolutionary psychology, in part, to help formulate more effective and growth oriented methods of psychotherapy;
- is currently working on professional papers and trade books about unipolar depression, the therapeutic alliance and evolutionary appraisals of psychotherapeutic methodologies.
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This page last updated 6 March 1998