With over 25 years of clinical experience, Dr. Eileen Sullivan has training and expertise in a wide range of therapeutic modalities from addiction to xenophobia. Her education includes a Bachelors degree in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts, a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology from JFK University in California, and a Doctorate in Transformative Learning (adult learning theory) from the California Institute of Integral Studies. Dr. Sullivan is a graduate of the San Francisco Gestalt Institute and interned with master clinician and theorist Dr. James Bugenthal, the first president of the Association of Humanistic Psychology. Dr. Sullivan's work is also guided by the developmental models of psychoanalyst Carl Jung and philosopher Rudolf Steiner.
Transformative Change Theory is on the cutting edge of discoveries in adult learning theory for creating deep and lasting learning and change in individuals, groups, and cultures. Learning and change in an individual involves unlearning self-undermining patterns and, at the same time, encountering the wisdom from the True Self. This learning is the foundation for achieving one's hearts desires.
Dr. Sullivan tailors the individual counseling plan to specific needs and stated therapeutic goals. This therapeutic plan may include short or long term therapy, and occasionally adjunctive therapies such as nutritional restoration, somatic therapy, family constellation work, or 12-step work. Dr. Sullivan works with adults (individually and as couples), with families, and with groups. Dr. Sullivan is board president for the World Trust (www.world-trust.org), board member for the Sophia Foundation (www.sophiafoundation.org), and advisory board member for the Hoffman Institute (www.hoffmaninstitute.org).
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