|On Friday, November 6th, Shimer College will be welcoming Todd DuBose
of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology to campus as part of
its Fall Lecture series. The lecture, titled Existential Psychotherapy: Radical, An-archic Challenges to 'Best Practices' in Mental Health, will be open to the public.|
Todd DuBose is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology where his teaching interests include Existential-Humanistic Psychology and Psychotherapy. He is also currently a staff therapist with the nationally-known The Samaritan Center Inc. and sees clients in Naperville and Chicago. DuBose's clinical and research interests include over 18 years of experience as a chaplain, therapist and supervisor working with people and families under extreme stress, especially in the areas of trauma, loss and mourning; interpersonal violence; and severe physical, neurological, and disease-related limitations in the area of psychosomatics. He has a particular interest in Daseinsanalysis (an existentialist approach to psychoanalysis). In May of 2006 he traveled to Prague to present his work entitled Alienated in a house of Being?: Existential aphasia and the sacred in Daseinsanalysis at the annual international gathering of Daseinsanalysts.
Todd DuBose’s full biography can be found at: