Frank Inzan Owen

I am a Wayfarer of a Nature-oriented contemplative path that has been shaped by certain practices and spiritual orientations from East Asia. I am equally influenced by the Jungian understanding of soul.

I have an M.A. in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University, and have pursued post-graduate studies in Jungian Psychology, Buddhist psychology, Spiritually-Integrated Psychotherapy (SIP), and Process-Oriented Psychology.

When I am not facilitating contemplative soulwork, I go on hillwalking/meditation/poetry expeditions in the Appalachian Piedmont of Georgia, and study both alchemical psychology and the lives and verses of old Wayfaring poets of China and Japan.

Year-long ACPE (Association for Clinical Pastoral Education) Spiritually-Integrated Psychotherapy (SIP) Training, 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 (Anthropology/Buddhist Studies/Jungian Studies), Naropa University, 1993

Comparative Religious Studies/Psychology/Asian Religious Studies, Northland College, 1988-1991



silhouette photo of Buddha statue
silhouette photo of Buddha statue

800-hour supervised graduate clinical internship

Developmental Psychology of the Gifted with Michael Piechowski, Ph.D.

Diversity Awareness Conference with Victor Lewis

Advanced Dreamwork with Clyde Reid, Ph.D.

Process-Oriented Psychology Training with Max Schupbach and Jytte Vikkelsoe

Academic studies of Asian religions and Japanese philosophy with Thomas P. Kasulis, Ph.D.

Decade of study and practice of Wayfaring with Darion Kuma Gracen, Dust in the Wind School


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