Alan Vaughan

Alan

Vaughan

Alan Vaughan

Faculty, Specialization Coordinator

Department
Humanistic and Clinical Psychology
Institution
Saybrook University
Office Phone
510-383-1120
Email
Biography

Alan G. Vaughan, PhD, JD

Alan is a Jungian psychoanalyst and behavioral analyst, clinical and consulting psychologist, lawyer, administrator and educator with extensive interdisciplinary education, training and professional experience in psychology and law, that has been applied in systems of health care, higher education administration, and compliance with state and federal laws within organizations. His career has focused on transformative change, promoting growth in human and organizational systems, and ethno-cultural diversity and inclusiveness employing methods of: consultation, collaborative assessment, intervention design, program development, implementation, cost analysis, compliance and qualitative/quantitative change outcome metrics.

Alan is a core faculty member in the doctoral psychology programs at Saybrook University and the administrator for the Jungian studies specialization. He maintains a private practice as a Jungian analyst and clinical and consulting psychologist. An analyst - member of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, he serves on the Committee for Diversity and Inclusivity and on the Editorial Board of Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, published by the Taylor Francis Group. Alan has been a professor, assistant dean of student affairs and on the faculties at California Institute of Integral Studies, John F. Kennedy University, the American Schools of Professional Psychology, Howard University Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry and the University of Virginia. As a licensed clinical psychologist he has worked at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Managed Healthnet, and the Bedford Stuyvesant Community Mental Health Center. As a consulting psychologist his consultation practice has been in the sectors of higher education, including at New York University and George Washington University and in business, judiciary and government, including at Brooklyn Family Court and the Public Defender for the District of Columbia. Alan received his doctorate and master's degrees in Clinical Psychology from New York University and interned at UCSF Medical Center; M.S.ED from University of Southern California, and a B.A. in business administration/economics from Seattle University. He received his Juris doctorate from the University of Virginia with a focus in international trade law and law and psychiatry. He received certificates in Private and Public International Law from The Hague Academy of International Law, Den Haag, Netherlands and post-doctoral training in higher education administration at U.C. Berkeley. His scholarly interests and publications are at the intersections of Analytical Psychology, U.S. Constitutional Jurisprudence and African Diaspora Studies.

Alan is a core faculty member in the doctoral psychology programs at Saybrook University and the administrator for the Jungian studies specialization. He maintains a private practice as a Jungian analyst and clinical and consulting psychologist. An analyst - member of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, he serves on the Committee for Diversity and Inclusivity and on the Editorial Board of Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, published by the Taylor Francis Group.

Alan has been a professor, assistant dean of student affairs and on the faculties at California Institute of Integral Studies, John F. Kennedy University, the American Schools of Professional Psychology, Howard University Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry and the University of Virginia. As a licensed clinical psychologist he has worked at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Managed Healthnet, and the Bedford Stuyvesant Community Mental Health Center. As a consulting psychologist his consultation practice has been in the sectors of higher education, including at New York University and George Washington University and in business, judiciary and government, including at Brooklyn Family Court and the Public Defender for the District of Columbia. Alan received his doctorate and master's degrees in Clinical Psychology from New York University and interned at UCSF Medical Center; M.S.ED from University of Southern California, and a B.A. in business administration/economics from Seattle University. He received his Juris doctorate from the University of Virginia with a focus in international trade law and law and psychiatry. He received certificates in Private and Public International Law from The Hague Academy of International Law, Den Haag, Netherlands and post-doctoral training in higher education administration at U.C. Berkeley. His scholarly interests and publications are at the intersections of Analytical Psychology, U.S. Constitutional Jurisprudence and African Diaspora Studies.

Alan has been a professor, assistant dean of student affairs and on the faculties at California Institute of Integral Studies, John F. Kennedy University, the American Schools of Professional Psychology, Howard University Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry and the University of Virginia. As a licensed clinical psychologist he has worked at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Managed Healthnet, and the Bedford Stuyvesant Community Mental Health Center. As a consulting psychologist his consultation practice has been in the sectors of higher education, including at New York University and George Washington University and in business, judiciary and government, including at Brooklyn Family Court and the Public Defender for the District of Columbia.

Alan received his doctorate and master's degrees in Clinical Psychology from New York University and interned at UCSF Medical Center; M.S.ED from University of Southern California, and a B.A. in business administration/economics from Seattle University. He received his Juris doctorate from the University of Virginia with a focus in international trade law and law and psychiatry. He received certificates in Private and Public International Law from The Hague Academy of International Law, Den Haag, Netherlands and post-doctoral training in higher education administration at U.C. Berkeley. His scholarly interests and publications are at the intersections of Analytical Psychology, U.S. Constitutional Jurisprudence and African Diaspora Studies.

Alan received his doctorate and master's degrees in Clinical Psychology from New York University and interned at UCSF Medical Center; M.S.ED from University of Southern California, and a B.A. in business administration/economics from Seattle University. He received his Juris doctorate from the University of Virginia with a focus in international trade law and law and psychiatry. He received certificates in Private and Public International Law from The Hague Academy of International Law, Den Haag, Netherlands and post-doctoral training in higher education administration at U.C. Berkeley.

His scholarly interests and publications are at the intersections of Analytical Psychology, U.S. Constitutional Jurisprudence and African Diaspora Studies.

His scholarly interests and publications are at the intersections of Analytical Psychology, U.S. Constitutional Jurisprudence and African Diaspora Studies.

Education History
Degree Institution Year
B.A. Business Administration and Economics Seattle University, Seattle, Washington 1969
M.S.. Education; primary & secondary teaching credentials University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California 1971
M.A. Psychology New York University, New York, New York 1973
Ph.D. Philosophy in Clinical Psychology New York University, New York, New York 1979
J.D. Juris doctorate University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 1982
Professional Memberships
Role Organization
Jungian Psychoanalyst C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco
Analyst Member International Association of Analytical Psychology
Licenses
Licensed Clinical Psychologist, California
Licensed Clinical Psychologist, New York (Inactive)
Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Washington,D.C. (Inactive)
Certified Jungian Psychoanalyst, San Francisco, California
Analyst Member (IAAP) International Assoc of Analytical Psychology, Zurich Switzerland
Curriculum Vitae
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