I am a mentor and researcher. I am based in Sedona, Arizona. I have spent the last 15 years of my personal and professional journey deeply immersed in the study and practice of psychotherapy and psycho-spiritual transformation, alongside some of the world's most esteemed psychotherapists, spiritual teachers, researchers, and healers. For me, there is no greater passion and satisfaction but to be unceasingly immersed in transformation and the realization of truth.
I am a former psychotherapist who provides mentorship programs in person and via skype. Psycho-spiritual mentorship is designed for people who don't need psychotherapy but who desire deep personal growth, particularly an integration of their psychological, spiritual, and somatic selves. My mentorship programs combine deep inner work, spiritual counseling, and individually-designed study and practice. To learn more about these programs please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a researcher, I am interested in exploring the frontiers of the healing arts. I am keenly aware that medicine and psychology are still operating from a limited reference-frame. Thus, my interest and commitment is to re-envision science, medicine, psychology and psychotherapy so that it is in accord with all the first-person and third-person accounts that are inconsistent with its current reference frame. In particular, I am interested in restoring psychotherapy and psychology to a “Science of the Soul”.
My formal education consists of several psychology degrees: a Bachelor and Master of Science degree in Psychology, a Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology, and a doctorate in Clinical Psychology. I am licensed as a professional counselor in the state of Arizona (License LPC-14204). In addition to my clinical work, I am also an active researcher and author in the field of consciousness-based medicine and psychology. I am a researcher at the William A. Tiller Institute for Psychoenergetic Science, where I explore the frontiers of psychology, new-physics, and the healing arts. In my estimation, psychology and medicine, as we know them, will undergo considerable revisions in the next few decades. I am an active contributor in the dialogue which focuses on a new framework of science and healing that goes beyond local-causal means of intervention.
As a native of Europe, I love spending time in Europe to experience the joie de vivre of the "old country". I appreciate celebrating life in the company of family, friends, and colleagues.