Aaron B. Daniels
PART TIME FACULTY
INSTITUTE FOR LIBERAL ARTS & INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
B.A. Baldwin-Wallace College
M.A. Duquesne University
Ph.D. Pacifica Graduate Institute
Aaron Daniels worked for ten years as a case manager, counselor, and psychotherapist in community mental health and private practice – where he was an LGBT specialist. In 2002 he began the transition into academia and became full-time in 2005.
Mr. Daniels' Masters' degree emphasizes existential phenomenology. In addition to a foundation in the continental philosophical tradition, the training also involved critical psychology perspectives and a rigorous approach to qualitative social science methodology.
His Doctoral degree was in clinical psychology rooted in the depth tradition. This entailed object-relations and Jungian emphases. Mr. Daniels came to embrace the Imaginal Psychology school of thought through seminars with some of the fields' seminal thinkers, including James Hillman.
Daniels, A. B. (2014) Jungian Crime Scene Analysis: An imaginal investigation. London: Karnac Books.
Daniels, A. B. (2011) Imaginal Reality, Volume One: Journey to the Voids. London: Aeon Books.
Humanities and Cultural Studies
Psychology of Prejudice (PS306)