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Before becoming a therapist, I worked professionally within the creative practices of arts and design for over 20 years. During some of that time, I was also a Public Policy Fellow at the United States National Academy of Science in Washington D.C., where I worked on policy related to valuation and support of the creative practices. I was also a visiting scholar at the United States Library of Congress in Washington D.C., and am the co-founder of the Cultural Information Lab at Pratt Institute.
Since becoming a therapist, I was named a Teacher of the Year at New York University (NYU) and was a co-author of the evaluation criteria for the Fuller Challenge which was named “socially responsible designs highest award.” I was also the designer of the Fuller Challenge Fellowship Program for young socially-responsible designers.
- C.G. Jung Foundation (Member of the Board of Directors)
- International Association of Analytical (Jungian) Psychology
- International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy
- Section IX: Psychoanalysis for Social Responsibility
- Society for the Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts