Ana Mozol, Ph.D. Vancouver Campus
"Teaching at Adler has allowed me to incorporate the
missing piece from my formal education—community
psychology." Ana Mozol, Ph.D.
Ana Mozol, Ph.D.
Vancouver Core Faculty
My training and experience in graduate school emphasized a Jungian and psychoanalytic perspective. Teaching at Adler has allowed me to incorporate the missing piece from my formal education—community psychology. I am intrigued by the concept of community psychology as an evolving discipline—not defined and static—and am passionate about being a part of an institute involved in its evolution.
At Adler, I am also able to explore the complexities of social justice and social responsibility in combination with one of my specialties, depth psychology, and the concepts of projection and projective identification. Adler is definitely an exciting place to be.
Please e-mail or call me (604-482-5527) if you have questions or would like more information.
- Ph.D., Clinical Psychology
- M.A., Counseling Psychology
- Registered Clinical Counselor
- Pacifica Graduate Institute
- Vancouver Jung Society
- Beyond the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, Vancouver Jung Society, March 2009