Personal Information

California School of Professional Psychology

Clinical Psychology

Sacramento Campus

Professor

Professor

Alliant International University Fresno
5130 E. Clinton Way
Fresno CA 93727

559-253-2283

Courses, Research Interests, Publications

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

History and Systems

Phenomenology

The Use of Dreams in Analytic Psychology

Introduction to Analytic Psychology

Ethics and the Law

Introduction to Ethics

Psychology of antiquity; psychohistory phenomenology; Jungian psychology; psychoanalysis; psychoanthropology; psychology and the humanities; history of psychology; trans-cultural psychoanalysis; theoretical and philosophical psychology; Chinese psychology

Teague, R. (n.d.). The Role of the Chinese Personal Name in Identity Formation. Journal of Tropical Psychology. In press

Teague, R. (2013). Free associating in Tehran. PsycCRITIQUES, 58(7).

Teague, R. (2012). The rise and fall of psychoanalysis in America. PsycCRITIQUES, 57(42).

Treating difficult Cantonese patients- Invited 5 day Workshop-Hong Kong Institute for Analytical Psychology- Cheug Chau Island, Hong Kong, SAR, China January 2013

The Yi Jing after Jung and Wilhelm: Clinical implications for Chinese mental health practitioners-Invited lecture, Tai Po Hospital, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong, SAR, China, January 2013

The use of dreams in Cantonese mental health practice-Invited lecture, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong, SAR, China, January 2013

A Practical Approach to Analytical Psychology for Cantonese Mental Health Practioners-Invited 2 day workshop, Psychiatric Staff of Tai Po Hospital-Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong, SAR, China, January 2012

Traditional Cantonese Methods of Accessing the Unconscious in the Clinical Setting-Invited 5 day Workshop-Hong Kong Institute for Analytical Psychology- Cheug Chau Island, Hong Kong, SAR, China January 2012

Introduction to the Clinical Practice of Analytical Psychology-Invited Lecture 3 day, Oriental Psychology Institute, Beijing, Peoples Republic of China, January 2012

What Do Dreams Mean?-Invited Public LEcture, City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong, SAR, China, January 2011

Accessing the Unconscious in the Clinical Setting-Invited 5 day Workshop-Hong Kong Institute for Analytical Psychology-Cheug Chau Island, Hong Kong, SAR, China, January 2011

Dealing with Difficult Patients Part 2: Male Sexual Predators and Female Sexual Masochists-Invited Continuing Education Class San Joaquin Valley Psychological Association-Fresno, California, September 2011

Dealing with Difficult Patients from and Analytic Perspective-Invited In-Service Training-Psychiatric Staff of Tai Po Hospital-Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong, SAR, China, January 2011

Dealing with Difficult Patients Part 1: Substance Abusers and Schizophrenics-Invited Continuing Education Class San Joaquin Valley Psychological Association-Fresno, California, July 2011

Understanding and Treating Sex Offenders in a Cantonese Context. Invited Professional Development Class-Psychiatric Staff of Tai Po Hospital-Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong, SAR, China, January 2010

Hidden Sources in C.G. Jung's Thought Part 1: The Red Book. Invited Continuing Education Class-San Joaquin Valley Psychological Association-Fresno, California, March 2010

Hidden Sources in C.G. Jung's Thought Part 3: C.G. Jung's Scrinies and Active Imagination-Invited Continuing Education Class San Joaquin Valley Psychological Association-Fresno, California, June 2010

Hidden Sources in C.G. Jung's Thought Part 2: The Yi Jing and the Secret of the Golden Flower-Invited Continuing Education Class San Joaquin Valley Psychological Association-Fresno, California, May 2010

Traditional Chinese Methods of Exploring the Unconscious, Invited Lecture, Analytic Psychology Association of Hong Kong, SAR, China January 2009

Archetypal Roots of Human Sexuality. Invited Lecture. Analytic Psychology Association of Hong Kong, SAR, China, June 2008

Choice: An Imperfect Psycho-history. Invited lecture. Central California Internship Consortium, Fresno, California July 2007.

Archetypal Roots of Male Sexual Psychopathology. Invited Lecture. Coalinga State Hospital-Coalinga, California, September 2007.

Academic History and Background

PhD, California School of Professional Psychology-San Francisco, 1973

California Licensed Psychologist PSY4586

Board Certified in Psychoanalysis in Psychology - American Board of Professional Psychology - ABPP

Board Certified in Clinical Psychology - American Board of Professional Psychology - ABPP

Fellow, Academy of Psychoanalysis

Registrant - National Register of Health Care Providers in Psychology

Fellow, Academy of Clinical Psychology

Professional Practice and Community Service

International Lecturer

Private Psychoanalytic Practice

Psychological Consultant: Director of Vocations for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno

International Consultant

Consultant, Tai Po Hospital, Hong Kong, SAR, China

Consultant, Oriental Psychology Institute, Beijing, PRC

Member, Curriculum Committee, China American Psychoanalytic Alliance

Consultant, Hong Kong, Analytical Psychology Association