Speakers to date.
In 1968 Geoff sailed from his birthplace of Manchester to become embroiled in the technological and social new age revolution taking place in San Francisco. His life travelled on two tracks, one a daytime engineering and management career at Hewlett Packard in Silicon Valley and the other studying the human maturation process and the state of life on planet Earth. Both richly combined into a life of activism and teaching to spread the knowledge of how Earth works and what humans must do to bring about a sustainable, just and meaningful life. Explosive change best describes my life on Earth, from being born into WWII to a free life in California.
Jerome S. Bernstein, M.A.P.C., NCPsyA., is a clinical psychologist and Jungian Analyst in private practice in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He is a graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute of New York (1980). Jerome has a forty-year relationship with Navajo and Hopi peoples. His analytic work has been influenced by Navajo healing through his collaborative clinical work with a traditional Navajo medicine man and a Navajo cultural translator. He is the author of Living in the Borderland: The Evolution of Consciousness and the Challenge of Healing Trauma(Routledge 2005) and is co-Editor, along with Philip Deloria, of the groundbreaking book, C.G. Jung and the Sioux Traditions by Vine Deloria, Jr. (Spring Books: 2009), and Guest Editor of Spring Journal Vol. 87 (2012) “Native American Cultures and the Western Psyche: a Bridge Between.” He is a senior training faculty with the C.G. Jung Institute of Santa Fe and teaches and lectures internationally.
Board Director of the Monterey Friends of CG Jung, Grégory is an Ingénieur Agronome (MS, French Grandes Écoles) with an acute interest for scientific epistemology, anthropology and food consumption. He is also a winemaker and a photographer. Bringing together the study of local traditions, geography and techniques, Grégory’s early work concentrated on the protection and the promotion of French wine appellations. Ever since, the dialogue with the Terroir has been the angular stone for the development of his craft in Europe and North America. With a similar focus and a deep sense of place, his photography work is an attempt to discern unconscious material irrupting in the visual world. Inspired by myths and analytical psychology, Grégory’s images illustrate his search for hidden-in-plain-sight characters and patterns.
Mark Dean, MFA, MA, ATR-BC, LPC, is a Jungian Psychoanalyst working in the Philadelphia area. His background is in the fine arts, having won numerous awards including the National Endowment for the Fine Arts, and nomination to the American Academy of Arts and Letters. For the past 30 years Mark has been teaching and practicing as an art psychotherapist and psychoanalyst. He is currently Vice President of the Philadelphia Association of Jungian Analysts.
John Dotson traces his ancestry to the frontier flatboat days in Upper East Tennessee—sacred ground of the Cherokee—where he was born in 1950. He has a degree in communications and phenomenology from Northwestern University and continued studies at the CG Jung Institute of Chicago. He also taught and worked closely for many decades with the Jungian analyst Leland H. Roloff. John was dean of faculty and teacher at Santa Catalina School in Monterey for twenty years, and during that time taught philosophy, psychology, religious studies, media theory, and creative process there and at University of California, Santa Cruz and Irvine, Extension. He has published several books, both prose and poetry, and his poetry has been translated into many languages. Currently, he works as playwright, sculptor, multi-media artist, and producer. He is president of the Monterey Friends of CG Jung and has been an active participant in the Gebser Society since 1999. For previous Gebser Conference presentations, please go to this link:
Royce Froehlich, PhD, MDiv, LCSW, Jungian analyst in private practice in New York City, is on the faculty of the CG Jung Institute of New York and The Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology. He holds graduate degrees from The European Graduate School, Union Theological Seminary, Columbia University, and the New School for Social Research.
Robert W. “Doc” Hallis Professor Emeritus Indiana University Kelley School of Business. Most of his life was spent improving manufacturing, first working in it; then as a student of it. In 1985 he was a co-founder of the Association for Manufacturing Excellence (to replicate Japanese “lean” methods). Along the way he began to question its definition of waste. Was not the intent of the whole system to monetarily prosper by wasting nature as fast as possible? And so was born The Compression Institute, of which he is the Founding Chairman.
Jeremy D Johnson, MA is an author, editor, integral scholar, teacher and lecturer. He has worked as a staff editor for Reality Sandwich magazine, and contributed to publications such as OMNI, Disinfo , Evolve and Ascend, Conscious Lifestyle Magazine, Kosmos Journal, Integral Leadership Review, Integrales Forum, and Evolve Magazine. Jeremy is the founder of Nura Learning, a conscious media learning platform, and editor—Curator of Philosophies—at Revelore Press. Fascinated by the intersections of new media, integral philosophy, depth psychology, and cultural studies, he received his MA from Goddard College in Consciousness Studies. Jeremy is the current president of the International Jean Gebser Society. He is the author of Seeing Through the World: Jean Gebser and Integral Consciousness from Revelore Press. Jeremy is also co-editor for the forthcoming Revelore Press anthology, Mutations: Art, Consciousness, and the Anthropocene.
Sean Kelly, Ph.D., is professor of Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS). He is the author of Coming Home: The Birth and Transformation of the Planetary Era; Individuation and the Absolute: Hegel, Jung, and the Path toward Wholeness; co-editor of The Variety of Integral Ecologies: Nature, Culture, and Knowledge in the Planetary Era; and co-translator of Edgar Morin’s Homeland Earth: A Manifesto for the New Millennium. Along with his academic work, Sean teaches taiji and is a facilitator of the group process Work that Reconnects developed by Joanna Macy.
Jeffrey T Kiehl, PhD is a diplomat Jungian analyst and climate scientist. He is a senior training analyst with the CG Jung Institute of Colorado and the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. He is also an adjunct professor at UC Santa Cruz and an adjunct faculty member of Pacifica Graduate Institute, where he teaches a course on Ecopsychology. He is on the board of the Monterey Friends of CG Jung. He is the author the book Facing Climate Change: An Integrated Path to the Future, which provides a Jungian view on climate change. He lectures nationally and internationally on Jungian topics, including: ecopsychology, film and alchemy.
Robert Mitchell is an independent scholar with interests in developmental individuation, holistic education, and a culture of democracy. He is a long-time student of both Jung and Gebser. He published his doctoral thesis in the History of Consciousness in 2005 and has continued to write and lecture on these topics since retiring from teaching secondary school math, English, and history, in 2006.
Lisa Maroski has a degree in philosophy from Bryn Mawr/Haverford College. Since graduate school at the University of Chicago, Lisa has worked as a freelance medical editor. She is the author of the metaphysical science novel The One That Is Both and writes nonfiction at www.lisamaroski.com. She is a Director of the Monterey Friends of CG Jung, lives in Carmel, and loves to dance Argentine tango.
Rick Muller holds a Ph.D. in Corporate Communications from the Union Institute and University (Cincinnati); an M.A. in Humanities from California State University, Dominguez Hills (Carson) and a B.S. in Business Administration/Economics from Regis University, Denver. He is adjunct professor for the MBA program at the University of Northern Colorado and is affiliate professor at the Loretto Heights School of Nursing (Regis) where he teaches master's level nursing professionals in the areas of accounting, finance and economics.
Glenn Aparicio Parry is the author of the Nautilus award winning book, Original Thinking: A Radical Revisioning of Time, Humanity, and Nature (North Atlantic Books)and the forthcomingbook Original Politics: Making America Sacred Again (Select Books, 2020).The founder and president of SEED Institute, Parry is currently the president of the think tank: Circle for Original Thinking.
Daniel Joseph Polikoff is a poet, scholar, and adjunct professor at Pacifica Graduate Institute. The author of six books of poetry, criticism, translation and creative non-fiction, he is best known for In the Image of Orpheus: Rilke—A Soul History, a reading of the poet's life and work through the lens of archetypal psychology—and vice versa.
Michael W. Purdy (PhD Ohio University, MA Kansas State, BS SUNY) is Emeritus Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Governors State U. (of IL). He is co–editor with Deborah Borisoff (NYU) of Listening in Everyday Life: A Personal and Professional Approach (2 nd ed.), University Press. He has authored articles for the International Journal of Listening, (including two articles in 2015), and Integrative Explorations Journal (and was editor), among others. His publications include: Listening and Qualitative Research, in Listening and Human Communication in the 21st Century (Blackwell, 2009); Listening and the Non–Technologized Self in Cultura De Guatemala (U. Landivar, Guatemala City) and Transparency and communication: Dialogue in financial reporting and media communication in Communication, Comparative Cultures and Civilizations (Hampton, 2008). This year he also posted an article (Listening Ecology: Tuning into the Environment, Saving the Planet) for the Global Listening Centre, Kalkata, India (http://www.globallisteningcentre.org).
Eva Rider MA, LMFT is a Jungian depth psychotherapist, dream worker, workshop leader and Instructor. Her work incorporates unveiling the dream in its relationship to myth, fairy tale and alchemy engaging the imaginal, symbolic and metaphoric lens of the creative process. Eva weaves her study of alchemy, astrology and tarot into examining the Hermetic Tree of Life through a Jungian lens. Eva Rider is a graduate of The Marion Woodman BodySoul®Leadership Training, SoulCollage® facilitator, and Certified Hypnotherapist. Eva has served as a Board Member for the Depth Psychology Alliance.
Steven M. Rosen is Emeritus Professor of Psychology at the College of Staten Island of the City University of New York. His transdisciplinary essays have appeared in a variety of journals and books spanning such fields as philosophy, psychology, theoretical physics, education, semiotics, and ecology. Rosen is author of Dreams, Death, Rebirth (2014), The Self-Evolving Cosmos (2008), Topologies of the Flesh (2006), Dimensions of Apeiron (2004), Science, Paradox, and the Moebius Principle (1994), and The Moebius Seed (1985). Steven's website is embodyingcyberspace.com.
Robin V. Robinson is a Carmel, California, artist and creative thinker who is curious about the way we see and experience the planet and ourselves. Her ideas explore perspective, time, and consciousness, usually in the context of nature, reminding us of where we are and who we are. Her alchemical photographic prints are exhibited, held in museum collections, and are published—most recently with the Dark Mountain Project. Robin is a founding director of the Monterey Friends of CG Jung and has participated in the group since 2002. At that time she sought to understand the images that were appearing in her art. She co-led the dream group for many years. She holds degrees in Engineering and Music from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, and an MS in Engineering from Stanford University.
Matthew T. Segall, Assistant Professor, Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness Program; Special Projects Manager, Office of the Provost; California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco
Jessie Shaw, L.Ac. M.S. O.M. (www.jessieshaw.com) is an acupuncturist and herbalist in New York City. Raised in Colorado, she studied music performance in college and graduate school before moving to NYC. She ultimately became an advertising executive and obtained an MBA from NYU. Jessie began practicing acupuncture in 2002 after receiving a M.S. in Oriental Medicine. She recently released a documentary-style film called The I Ching, Ancient Consciousness and the Creation of Chinese Medicine that examines the role of magical and mythical consciousness in the formation of this ancient medicine. She has also published a book about magical consciousness based on more than ten years of studying Peruvian shamanism.
Brandt Stickley, MSTCM, L.Ac, is a graduate of Cornell University, and the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He is Assistant Professor in the College of Classical Chinese Medicine at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. He is also a Visiting Professor and Doctoral Instructor at Five Branches University, Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Science, Pacific Rim College, Maryland University of Integrative Health, Yo San University, and Dragon Rise College. He is a Senior Instructor of Shen-Hammer Pulse diagnosis, and a contributing author to the text Handbook of Contemporary Chinese Pulse Diagnosis.
S. David Zuckerman (PhD, University of Oklahoma) is professor of international and intercultural communication at California State University, Sacramento, a Fulbright Scholar, and a former president of the International Jean Gebser Society. Dave specializes in the study of terrorism and identity, In addition to his scholarly work, Dave consults to many state and federal government agencies on issues of communication, conflict, and security, and is a featured media expert of communication and terrorism.