Elizabeth Nelson

Ph.D., Depth Psychology, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Core Faculty, Dissertation Policy Director
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Elizabeth teaches a broad range of courses in research process, methodology, and dissertation development along with courses in dream, imagery, and cultural studies. Her own research interests include personal and cultural expressions of the shadow, gender, and power, with a particular fascination with how we construct, encounter, and understand the monstrous. More recently, Elizabeth has been able to bridge her professional experience in technology with her background in literature to teach “Cyborg Culture,” a course that examines the profound impact of digital technology on contemporary life and clinical practice.Elizabeth is the author of two books, The Art of Inquiry: A Depth Psychological Perspective (Spring Publications, 2005, coauthored with Joseph Coppin) and Psyche’s Knife: Archetypal Explorations of Love and Power (Chiron, 2012). A professional writer and editor for nearly 30 years, she coaches aspiring authors across a variety of genres and styles.

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