The Clinical Psychology Program specializes in depth psychological research and clinical practice. We are seeking scholars trained in psychology, with experience in depth psychology – e.g., Psychoanalysis, Jungian Analysis, Phenomenology, Archetypal Psychology, Post-Jungian theory, Feminist and Social Constructivist Perspectives.

The program promotes diverse critical perspectives, methodologies, and practices in depth psychological traditions however, applicants must show evidence of training and experience in one or both of the following areas: direct clinical service provision, including depth psychological treatments and supervision; group psychotherapy and a systems approach to development and transformation.

The successful candidate will join a community that shares a passion for and a commitment to engaged approaches in clinical work, reflective social justice, and the development of an ethically and politically relevant psychology. They will have the capacity to carry out high level of psychological science and academic scholarship, have familiarity with academic community engagement including participation in program administration and other forms of institutional citizenship.

As part of Pacifica’s commitment to supporting faculty development, advancement, and retention, the Clinical Psychology Program adopts a “Talent Rotation Development Model” to help Core Faculty develop the transferable skills, knowledge, and growth mindset needed to serve as Program Chair. The successful candidate will commit to serving in that role for additional compensation and for up to three years at a time, as needed by the program.

About Pacifica Graduate Institute

Pacifica Graduate Institute is an accredited graduate school offering masters and doctoral degree programs in the traditions of depth psychology. Our educational environment nourishes respect for cultural diversity and individual differences, and our students have access to an impressive array of educational resources on Pacifica’s two campuses, both of which are located a few miles south of Santa Barbara, California.
Pacifica is committed to providing an open, fair, inclusive, non-discriminatory environment for all individuals across differences of race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, socio-economic status, ethnicity, age, physical ability, or medical condition. We encourage applications from people in historically under-represented groups.

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