Returning Peace Corps Volunteers: Attend a Virtual Info Session about Coverdell Fellowships for the M.A./Ph.D. in Community Psychology, Liberation Psychology, and Ecopsychology Specialization at Pacifica Graduate Institute.
Deepen your community, cultural, and ecological work and career opportunities after your Peace Corps service with a Master's or doctoral degree at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Students live throughout the U.S. and travel to campus once a month for three consecutive days of study.
Mary is chair of the Depth Psychology Program and serves as Coordinator of Community and Ecological Fieldwork and Research in the Community Psychology, Liberation Psychology, and Ecopsychology specialization. She is a clinical and developmental psychologist and was an early member of the archetypal/imaginal psychology movement. She has worked in a wide variety of clinical settings and with groups on issues of peace, diversity, social justice, reconciliation, immigration, and the envisioning of community and cultural transformation. She is the author of Waking Dreams, Invisible Guests: The Development of Imaginal Dialogues, co-author of Toward Psychologies of Liberation, and Talking with Young Children about Adoption, and co-editor of Psychology and the Promotion of Peace. Please find Dr. Watkins’ publications available for download here.