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Aaron Jones

Originally from San Francisco California, Aaron attended UCSB as an undergraduate, majoring in Black Studies and Political Science. While an undergraduate, Aaron was deeply involved in activism, [...]

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Jeremy Scruggs

Jeremy Scruggs is a Mississippi native who completed his academic trajectory through the Holly Springs Public School System and earned his Bachelor’s degree in Social Work and [...]

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Coming Home: An Age-Old Story Seen Through “Soul Eyes” by Bonnie Bright

Human beings are made of stories—the stories we have lived; stories that serve to guide us, and the stories that we aspire to create. One ancient and archetypal story that each of us carries [...]

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Melissa McFarlane

Melissa is an internationally-recognized coach and world renowned speaker with over 28 years of experience in executive, business, and personal coaching. Her work focuses on assisting clients in [...]

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Memory: A Cultural Dream from the Cauldron of Myth by Will Linn, Ph.D.

As a mythologist, it’s been an incredible journey to work with Alexandre O Phillipe on his film, Memory: Origins of Alien. This deep dive into the mythic underpinnings of our culture and its [...]

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Glen Slater

Glen Slater teaches at Pacifica, where he is a core faculty member and Associate Chair of the Jungian and Archetypal Studies Program. He has written for a number of Jungian publications, edited [...]

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The Story of the Pond by James Smallwood

The Story of the Pond by James Smallwood, 1986 MA Counseling When I was a kid, I was constantly exploring nature. I was nine years old the first time my dad took us to the Sierras. We camped in a [...]

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Everything Converses by Craig Chalquist

Everything Converses by Craig Chalquist, PhD Depth psychology has played a key part in helping us realize that nature, place, and Earth live inside us, just as we live inside them. As C. G. Jung [...]

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Returning Home by Fanny Brewster

Returning Home by Fanny Brewster Pacifica has been a place I have returned to on many occasions. I first came to the Lambert Campus for my admissions interview.  I had the not-unexpected [...]