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Imagine if you could hand pick your choice of graduate-level professors from the top Universities in Southern California and then assemble them to empower your hypnotherapy practice with a broad education in Clinical Psychology, that teaches you the newest, most interesting, innovative, and applied models and concepts in psychology and alternative health available today. Then imagine that this personally interactive, comprehensive education was delivered to you in just one year, in two evenings a week, all from the convenience of your own home. HMI’s Associate in Occupational Studies Degree in Mind-Body Psychology does that and more.

Betsy Bates Freed, PsyD

Antioch University Santa Barbara, Colorado State University

Betsy Bates Freed

Dr. Betsy Bates Freed enjoyed a 30-year career as a medical journalist (Internal Medicine News, Pediatric News) before becoming a licensed clinical psychologist. She has worked with the Cancer Center of Santa Barbara, The Family Medicine Residency Program at Glendale Adventist Medical Center, and the Children’s Clinic of Santa Barbara County.

In addition to her psychotherapy practice, she has been teaching at both Colorado State University and Antioch University Santa Barbara for a number of years, supporting students through their writing and research process and educating doctoral students about integrative approaches to psychological care. A past president of the Santa Barbara County Psychological Association, she remains actively involved on their Board of Directors.

Glenn Hartelius, PhD

California Institute of Integral Studies, Middlesex University

Glenn Hartelius

Dr. Glenn Hartelius is an internationally known scholar in transpersonal psychology and is the editor of the International Journal of Transpersonal Studies (IJTS), the Secretary of the International Transpersonal Association and member of the Association for Transpersonal Psychology Board of Directors.

Glenn serves as Associate Professor for the East-West Psychology department and is the founding Director of the online PhD degree in Integral and Transpersonal Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, California, where he also teaches. He has taught graduate-level courses at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Naropa University, Saybrook University, and Middlesex University.

As a scholar, he has published professionally in both psychology and Near-Eastern archeology publications and garnered over 140 citations in the literature.

Johanna Hays, PsyD

Antioch University Santa Barbara

Johanna Hays

Dr. Hays has been an educator of doctoral students in clinical psychology at Antioch University Santa Barbara for a number of years. She has presented her work for Division 30: Society of Psychological Hypnosis at the annual national convention of the American Psychological Association and at Pacifica Graduate Institute, among others.

An alumna of HMI, Dr. Johanna Hays has a deep understanding of the benefits of hypnosis in psychological and physical health and wellness. She is a trauma specialist, as well as a body-based therapist and works closely with the symptoms and reactions in the body as well as with thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Her doctoral work involved post-Jungian, depth psychology approaches. In this approach, therapist and client gently explore feelings, dreams, unconscious processes, and motivations, and connect with the wisdom of the psyche.

William James Jones, PhD

Antioch University Santa Barbara, Azusa Pacific University, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Pepperdine University

William James Jones

Dr. Jones received his master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University, and completed his PhD in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute.

Dr. Jones has proudly served as an Adjunct Professor at Azusa Pacific University, and the clinical psychology master’s program at Pepperdine University and clinical psychology doctoral students at Antioch University, Santa Barbara, and Pacifica Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara.

Dr. Jones published work in the Journal of Humanistic Psychology on the topic of self-actualization among African American men. Dr. Jones is also a winner of the American Psychological Association’s Division 39 Multicultural Scholar Award.

Randy Kasper, PhD

California State University San Marcos

Randy Kasper

Randy Kasper, PhD, LCSW, BCD, has been a professor at the Graduate School of Social Work California at CSU (Dominguez Hills and San Marcos) for 12 years where she specializes in clinical practice and internship supervision. She is on faculty as Clinical Supervisor with the American Institute for Mental Imagery where she studied and worked with the late Dr. Gerald Epstein for almost 30 years. She also taught Group Dynamics and Theory in Alliant International University’s doctoral forensic psychology program.

She has been a featured guest on various television shows and featured in print. She has led hospital-based programs for Addictive Disorders, Domestic Violence and Employee Assistance. She is/has been on boards of Imagery International, the Employee Assistance Program Association, Making Right Choices, ContinuingEdCourses.net, and National Repertory Theatre. She maintains a private practice as a therapist, trainer, and supervisor in Southern California.

Indhushree Rajan, PhD

Pacifica Graduate Institute

Indhushree Rajan

Dr. Rajan is a licensed clinical psychologist and teaches in the doctoral Clinical Psychology program and the Depth Psychology: Integrative Therapy and Healing Practices doctoral specialization at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She teaches courses such as Multicultural Psychology and Trauma, Imaginal and Experiential Practices, Foundations of Depth Psychology, and Psychopathology, and she facilitates practice consultation groups. Her work has been published in several peer-reviewed psychological journals and books.

She has spent over 20 years working with child, adolescent, and adult survivors of physical, sexual, and psychological trauma, in diverse cultural and socio-economic communities in California, among others. She has spoken worldwide at psychological conferences on a variety of topics having to do with trauma including, medical trauma, human trafficking, issues impacting immigrant populations, intersectionality, attachment, and identity as well as soul consciousness and spirituality. In 2008 Dr. Rajan founded the non-profit, Project Satori.

Charlotte Reznick, PhD

University of California Los Angeles

Charlotte Reznick

Charlotte Reznick, PhD, a child educational psychologist and former UCLA Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology, is considered a foremost authority on how to engage with and develop mindfulness, meditation, and imagination in children and teens. Her book chapters and journal articles have appeared in a variety of international publications.

Dr. Reznick is the author of the LA Times bestselling book, The Power of Your Child’s Imagination: How to Transform Stress and Anxiety into Joy and Success. Dr. Reznick has a 30-year meditation practice, and is the creator of Imagery For Kids: Breakthrough for Learning, Creativity, and Empowerment, a mindful, positive coping skills program. In addition to her private practice in Los Angeles, California, she creates therapeutic meditation CDs and teaches workshops internationally on the healing power of children’s imagination.

Victoria Stevens, PhD

Antioch University Santa Barbara, Pacifica Graduate Institute, University of California Santa Barbara

Victoria Stevens

Victoria Stevens, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst, as well as an adjunct faculty member of Pacifica Graduate Institute in the Clinical Psychology PsyD and PhD, and Depth Integrative Healing PhD programs. She is also on the faculty at UC Santa Barbara and is an assistant Professor for the Clinical Psychology Program at Antioch University at Santa Barbara where she co-created and is founding faculty for the Somatic Certification and Concentration program at Antioch SB with a focus on Trauma Treatment.

She holds an MA and PhD in clinical psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and specialized certifications in Hypnosis and the Treatment of Victims and Perpetrators of Violent Crimes. Her psychoanalytic certification is from the Psychoanalytic Center of California, mentored by James Grotstein, and she has studied interpersonal affective neurobiology with Allan Schore for ten years.

Terry Marks-Tarlow, PhD

California Institute of Integral Studies, Pacifica Graduate Institute

Terry Marks-Tarlow

Terry Marks-Tarlow, PhD, is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist (PSY8853) in private practice in Santa Monica, California. She is a Visiting Professor at Italian Universita Niccolo Cusano London, an Adjunct Professor at Pacifica Graduate Institute, a Core Faculty Member of the Insight Center, Los Angeles, a Research Associate at the Institute for Fractal Research in Kassel Germany, and a Faculty Member at California Institute of Integrative Studies, CIIS.

She is on the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles County Psychological Association (LACPA), where as Community Outreach Co-Chair, she curates an annual exhibition of visual and performance arts, “Theater of the Mind: The Psychotherapist as Performing Artist”. Recently she was awarded by LACPA’s highest honor: Distinguished Service to the Field of Psychology. Her book, Awakening Clinical Intuition, also recently received the Gradiva Nomination for Best Book.

Radhule Weininger, PhD, MD

Antioch University Santa Barbara, Pacifica Graduate Institute

Radhule Weininger

Radhule Weininger, PhD, MD, a clinical psychologist, teaches mindfulness, dreamwork, and somatic contexts at Pacifica Graduate Institute in the Depth Psychology: Integrative Therapy and Healing Practices doctoral specialization. She has taught doctoral students in clinical psychology at Antioch University Santa Barbara as well. She has been supervising doctoral and post-doctoral psychological assistants from UCSB and other doctoral programs and has taught mindfulness workshops at UCSB for staff.

Radhule has a psychotherapy practice, in which she sees individuals and groups. Integrating psychodynamic, Jungian and Gestalt psychotherapies, she is finding innovative ways to complement Western with Buddhist psychology. She is a successful author and founder of the One Dharma Sangha and co-founded the non-profit Mindful Hearts Foundation.