FRANK INZAN OWEN
I earned an M.A. in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University (one of the epicenters of the modern mindfulness movement) and have also pursued post-graduate studies in Jungian psychology, Jungian Dreambody work (Process-Oriented Psychology), and Spiritually-Integrated Psychotherapy (SIP), a course of study developed by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education.
In addition to academia and clinical training, I studied for a decade with Darion Kuma Gracen (1949-2007), a counselor, educator, wilderness guide, and mentor who developed and guided a three-year facilitator training in a form of spiritual process work she called Life-Path Exploration. Elements of all of the above inform my work with people.
Year-long SIP Program (Spiritually-Integrated Psychotherapy), 2021
Life Path Exploration Facilitator Training I, II, III with Darion Kuma Gracen, 1996-1998
M.A. in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, Naropa University, 1996
B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies, Naropa University, 1993
Humanistic Psychology/Japanese Religions, Northland College, 1988-1991
EDUCATION & TRAINING
Post-Graduate Jungian Studies and Advanced Dreamwork with Clyde Reid, Ph.D.
Diversity Awareness Training with Victor Lewis
Process-Oriented Psychology & Dreambody Training with Max Schupbach and Jytte Vikkelsoe
800-hour supervised graduate clinical internship
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