Bonnie Bright, Ph.D., spent 15 years in the corporate world working in media and technology before earning Master’s degrees in Psychology from Sonoma State University and in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, where she also earned her Ph.D.
She is the Founder and Director of the Institute for Soul-Centered Psychology and Coaching™, and is Founder and Director Emerita of Depth Psychology Alliance™, an online community for everyone interested in Jungian, depth, transpersonal, archetypal and all soul-centered psychologies.
She created and published Depth Insights Journal, for which she served as Executive Editor for six years, and she has produced over 100 audio and video interviews with authors and scholars on depth psychological topics.
Bonnie completed 2-year certifications in Archetypal Pattern Analysis via the Assisi Institute and in Indigenous African Spiritual Technologies with West African elder Malidoma Somé. She has also trained extensively in Holotropic Breathwork™ with Stanislav Grof, and in the Enneagram via the Enneagram Institute. She has also studied Dreamwork with Jeremy Taylor, Michael Conforti, and others, and has worked with Jerome Bernstein in the field of Jungian Ecopsychology/Borderlanders theory.
Her Master’s thesis focused on a symbolic perspective on Colony Collapse Disorder, and her doctoral dissertation expanded on that research into a concept she has termed Culture Collapse Disorder.
Bonnie currently spends her time on her soul-centered coaching practice; heading up the Institute for Soul-Centered Coaching Psychology™; and co-operating a retreat center on the Big Island of Hawaii.
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