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Steen Halling is a licensed psychologist and Professor of Psychology;
he has taught at Seattle University since 1976, and has served as
department chair as well as director of the MA program. Before coming to
Seattle, he taught at Seton Hill University in Greensburg, PA. His PhD
is from Duquesne University, Pittsburgh. Currently he teaches in the MA
program in existential-phenomenological psychology (Issues in
Psychotherapy, Qualitative Research methods, and Desperate Styles) and
in the undergraduate program (Introduction to Counseling, Psychology of
Forgiveness, Abnormal psychology, and Qualitative Research Methods).
His research and publications have focused on topics such as
psychology of forgiveness, phenomenological study of psychopathology,
psychology of hopelessness, interpersonal relations, and qualitative
research methods. He is editor of the International Human Science Research Conference Newsletter, co-editor, with Ronald S. Valle of Existential-Phenomenological Perspectives in Psychology (Plenum, 1989), and author of Intimacy, Transcendence, and Psychology: Connection and Openness in Everyday Life (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008).
(forthcoming)Truth and the Rhythm of Phenomenological Research, In
Thomas Cloonan (Ed.). Essays in Honor of Amedeo Giorgi. Montreal: Cercle
Interdisciplinaire de Recherches Phénoménologiques (forthcoming).
Psychology and the eclipse of forgiveness. In Michael Barber, Lester
Embree, and Thomas J. Nenon (Eds). Phenomenology 2008. Volume 5,
Selected Essays from North America, Zeta Books, Bucharest. (forthcoming). Teaching Phenomenology through Highlighting Experience. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology (2008).
Review of Les Todres’ “Embodied inquiry: Phenomenological touchstones
for research, psychotherapy and spirituality.” Journal of
Phenomenological Psychology, 39, 241-243. (2008) Intimacy, transcendence, and psychology: Closeness and openness in everyday life . New York: Palgrave Macmillan. (2007). When more is better: Dialoguing with video data. (with George Sayre). The Humanistic Psychologist. 35, (4), 387-400. (2006).
Existential-phenomenological psychotherapy in the trenches: A
collaborative approach to serving the underserved (with Marie McNabb
& Jan O. Rowe). Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 37, 171-196.
(2006) The emergence of the dialogal approach: Forgiving
Another (with Jan O. Rowe & Michael Leifer). In C. T. Fischer (Ed.).
Qualitative research methods for psychologists: Introduction through
empirical studies (pp.173-212). New York: Academic Press.
Intercultural Education in Europe: A 'Ghost Model' for School Practice
Phenomenology of Forgiveness and its Implications for Psychotherapy
Fatal Attraction: Fear of Death and Political Preference
Introduction to Focusing
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