Robert Cunningham - KY, Ph.D.
DIPLOMATE ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY: C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago. (2002)
PH.D. IN THE PSYCHOLOGY OF RELIGION AND PASTORAL COUNSELING: Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. (1982)
M.A. IN PASTORAL COUNSELING: Wake Forest University. (1976)
MASTER OF DIVINITY IN THEOLOGY: Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. (1973)
B.A. IN RELIGION: Baylor University. (1970)
C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago
International Asscociation for Analytical Psychology
Dr. Cunningham has practiced as a pastoral psychotherapist for over thirty years. In his practice he offers Jungian psychoanalysis, individual psychotherapy, marital therapy, and group therapy. He works with adults and adolescents and enjoys the opportunity of leading study groups and seminars in the area of Jungian psychology. Roberts major interests live in the area of spiritual development and how Jungian psychology offers a person a deep psychological orientation for struggling with and understanding spiritual issues and meaning-making in life. Dr. Cunningham has a deep commitment to following the way of Native American spirituality and seeking to attend to the sacred within nature. Along with this way of life he has come to value the place of ritual in the work of healing the wounds suffered in life.
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