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

Background
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.

Orientation
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.

PUBLICATIONS

  • 2011
  • Books
    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.

Aaron B. Daniels

contact

aaron_daniels@emerson.edu
617.824.8730
Ubank 9th Fl.