Dr. Ken Silvestro, a Jungian psychotherapist in Missoula and Seeley Lake, earned his PhD at the University of Connecticut in the field of Artificial Intelligence.He spent seven years studying depth psychology at the C. G. Jung Institute in Boston, Massachusetts. He is the author of Narcissism and Sexuality: a Self-Inflicted Wound and The Sound of the Other Hand Clapping.
Gena Bellante Funk, a founding member of Montana Friends of Jung in 1997, is a licensed clinical psychologist residing in Bozeman, Montana, since 1988. She received a Masters and Doctorate from The Fielding Institute in Santa Barbara, CA, and a B.A. in Psychology, Sociology, & Political Science from University of California, Berkeley.
Valerie Harms, a founding member of Montana Friends of Jung, is the author of 10 books, including Your Soul at a Crossroads, The Inner Lover, and Dreaming of Animals.A graduate of Smith College, she has conducted Intensive Journal workshops (developed by Ira Progoff) for 25 years.She has taught programs at Jungian centers around the country, especially the New York Jung Foundation.See her Web site at www.valerieharms.com.
Barbara Labovitz Boik is a retired psychotherapist in Bozeman Montana. She earned her B.A. in education from Penn State University, her M.Ed. in counseling from Temple University, and her M.S. in psychology from Pepperdine University. She is co-author with E. Anna Goodwin of Sandplay Therapy: A Step-by-Step Manual for Psychotherapists of Diverse Orientations.
Connie Myslik-McFadden is a Jungian psychotherapist in Bozeman. She leads dreamwork seminars, groups, and a summer retreat for women at the Blacktail Ranch in Wolf Creek, MT. A graduate of the Bryn Mawr School of Social Work, she spent nine years in Jungian analysis. Her books include Gathering the Soul, Imago, and most recently Willow's Gift.
Rebecka Pearson earned her bachelor’s degree in Women’s Studies from West Chester University, and her Master’s in Counseling from Immaculata University, both in Pennsylvania. She completed her Ph.D. coursework through Pacifica Graduate Institute and is writing her dissertation exploring empathy in clinical practice. Rebecka practices in Bozeman, seeing adult and pre-teen clients.
Inese Wheeler is a licensed Psychologist who has worked in university counseling centers. Her dissertation from the University of Georgia and subsequent research dealt with the role of meaning and purpose in life in parental bereavement. She was an Associate Professor at Millersville University in Pennsylvania until 2008 when she retired and moved back to Bozeman.
Theresa Clearman is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in Helena. Her background includes service as a police officer, work for juvenile justice, study in Fine Art photography, residence in Vienna, Austria, while researching the symbolic associations between women and animals in religious artwork. Theresa obtained degrees in Anthrozoology and Psychology at Carroll College in Helena, completed her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute, where she is now a PhD candidate in the fields of Communication Psychology, Liberation Psychology, and Eco Psychology.