Personal Information

California School of Professional Psychology

Clinical Psychology

San Diego Campus

Professor

Professor

Alliant International University San Diego
10455 Pomerado Road
San Diego CA 92131

858-635-4834

Courses, Research Interests, Publications

Advanced Seminar in Humanistic Psychology

Ritual and Healing

Creativity Theory and Practice

Integrative Psychology: Postmodern Pathfinding

Contemplative Practices

Integrative psychology; C.G. Jung's archetypal psychology; postmodern cultural and spirituality issues; moral development; creativity and expressive arts; multicultural wisdom traditions, nature-based therapies and eco-psychology; liberation psychology and action research methods

Guest Editor, Association of Humanistic Psychology Perspective, February 2002, article and interviews.

"Zen Therapy" (Rev-Article.), Association for Humanistic Psychology Perspective (April-May, 1999).

Field: A Haiku Circle. AHA Press, Gualala, CA, 1998.

Academic History and Background

PhD, University of New Mexico, 1968

Professional Practice and Community Service

U.S. Department of Education Professional Development (two-year) Grant: "Advanced Degree Program for American Indians" October 1999

"Expressive Arts Therapy: Journaling, Poetry, Life Narrative," UCSD February 1999, August 1999, August 2000

Director, Center for Integrative Psychology, and Coordinator for Integrative Psychology Emphasis. Research on personality type theory, media influences, ritual and healing.

"Dia de los Muertos" (Day of the Dead), Santa Ysabel (CA) Art Gallery presentation, October 1999; October 2000; October 2001.

"A Necessary Marriage: Ethics and Community," invited address to Community Partnership of Southern Arizona, Tucson, November 2001

"Narratives of Ex-Political Prisoners of Albania"

"Cultural Passage in the Songs of Oglala Sioux Women"

"Profiling Multiethnic Identity."

In 1973, luck provided some acres where we live in the mountain foothills of San Diego County. Grinding holes in granite boulders mark it as a historical "kitchen" site for local Kumeyaay Indians. We open this space to our community for seasonal ceremonies. We farm organic orchards and gardens for local food distribution.

Bio and Links

For 26 years Don Eulert has enjoyed the unique position of designing humanities courses for clinical and organizational psychologists in their doctoral training. Humanistic Studies represent the School&aposs commitment that CSPP graduate education in psychology includes self-reflection, creative expression, and cultural awareness.
In the 1970s Don Eulert served as a Senior Fulbright Scholar in East European posts, and lectured for the State Department on U.S. Culture at European embassy information centers. He studied postdoctoral at the C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich. He is the author or translator of six volumes of poetry.