Curriculum Vitae

Professional Address:
Notre Dame de Namur University
Department of Clinical Psychology
1500 Ralston Ave.
Belmont, CA, 94002
650-579-4499; 650-577-9577 (fax)
helen@helenmarlophd.com

 

Certified Psychoanalyst, C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, Sept. ’05- Dec., 2011.

Psychologist License, #PSY15318, Aug., ‘97. Licensed clinical psychologist.

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Training, Kaiser Permanente. Fremont, CA, Sep. ‘96-Aug., ‘97. Brief therapy, adults, children and adolescents; family practice medical/psychiatric concerns.

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Training, Palo Alto Veterans Administration Health Care System, Palo Alto, CA, Sep., ‘95-Feb., ‘97. Long-term psychotherapy, severe mental illness, trauma, dual diagnosis.

Pre-Doctoral Clinical Psychology Internship, Palo Alto Veterans Administration Health Care System, Palo Alto, CA, Sep., ‘94-Aug., ‘95. APA approved. Long-term psychotherapy, severe mental illness, dual diagnosis, trauma, neuropsychology, behavioral medicine.

University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina;

Ph.D., Clinical-Community Psychology, 1995, APA approved.

Dissertation: Psychoneuroimmunology: “Expression of Negative and Positive Events through Writing: Implications for Health and Psychotherapy.”

University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri;

B.A., Psychology, 1989; Minor: Religious Studies

Summa cum laude

Honors—Psychology

Honors Thesis: “Psychosocial Predictors of AIDS Prevention and Fear”

Tenure Full Professor, Notre Dame de Namur University, 2011 Faculty Development Grant, Notre Dame de Namur University, 2011

Dorothy Stang Faculty Scholar Dorothy Stang Center for Social Justice and Community Engagement, Notre Dame de Namur University, 2011

Ten Year Service Recognition Award Notre Dame de Namur University, 2011

Five Year Service Recognition Award Notre Dame de Naumur University, 2006

Gronowski Outstanding Faculty of the Year Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, 1998.

Summa cum laude, Distinguished Academic Achievement University of Missouri, 1989.

Honors Scholar, Dept. of Psychology University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, 1989.

Clinical Psychologist, Private Practice; Burlingame, CA, Sep, ‘97-Present. Psychotherapy and consultation with adults, infants, and children. Emphases: reproductive mental health (prepartum-pregnancy-birth-postpartum; infertility; pregnancy loss; obstetric/gynecological problems); attachment; developmental issues; trauma; dissociation; psychoneuroimmunology; psychosomatics; personal growth; long-term therapy.

Chair, Professor, Notre Dame de Namur University, Belmont, CA, August, ’14-Present. Chair and tenured professor of Clinical Psychology Department. Instruct, advise, supervise, and foster professional development for Clinical Psychology students. Assist with Departmental administrative needs. Clinical, academic, and research work emphasizes reproductive mental health and trauma. Appointed Stang Faculty Scholar. Collaborate with the Dorothy Stang Center for Social Justice and Community Engagement emphasizing community based learning, service, and research.

Founder, Emergence: Reproductive Mental Health Services, Burlingame, CA, Dec., ’11-Present. Provides integrated mental health services to address reproductive mental health needs in women, their children, and partners which foster health, development, and psychological growth. Sponsors weekly, complementary community program, “Mentoring Mothers,” to enhance women and infant’s mental health. www.emergencementalhealth.com

Adjunct Research Faculty, Sofia University, Palo Alto, CA, Sept., ’00-Present. Assist doctoral psychology students with dissertations and serve on dissertation committees.

Reviews Editor, Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche, San Francisco, CA. Aug., 2009–Current. Reviews Editor for Routledge/Taylor and Francis Publishing Press multi-disciplinary Journal emphasizing Jungian thought, multi-disciplinary studies (i.e. art, archaeology, sociology, politics, anthropology, psychology, biology, religious studies, philosophy, film, neuroscience) and culture. Reviews section includes films, books, art, and social/political/cultural works.

Consulting Psychologist, Dolphin Yoga and Doula Center, San Mateo, CA, January, 2006-Present.

Provide brief interventions; consultation; trainings; and psychoeducation to birth professionals; doulas; and patients. Areas include: hypnotherapy and psychotherapy; birth trauma; perinatal emotional issues; miscarriage/still birth/and infant loss; maternal wellness; parenthood.

HealthRight International Volunteer, New York, NY, Oct., 2011-Present. Provide pro bono psychological evaluations for victims of torture and trauma from around the world who are seeking political asylum in the United States.

Interim Chair, Professor, Notre Dame de Namur University, Belmont, CA, Aug., ’13-July, ’14. Chair and tenured professor of Clinical Psychology Department. Chair Clinical Psychology Program including conducting hiring, program development, academic program review, and implementing academic program changes. Instruct, advise, supervise, and foster professional development for Clinical Psychology students. Assist with Departmental administrative needs. Clinical, academic, and research work emphasizes reproductive mental health and trauma. Appointed Stang Faculty Scholar. Collaborate with the Dorothy Stang Center for Social Justice and Community Engagement emphasizing community based learning, service, and research.

Professor, Notre Dame de Namur University, Belmont, CA, May, ’11-July, ’13. Tenured professor of Clinical Psychology Department. Instruct, advise, supervise, and foster professional development for Clinical Psychology students. Assist with Departmental administrative needs. Clinical, academic, and research work emphasizes reproductive mental health and trauma. Appointed Stang Faculty Scholar. Collaborate with the Dorothy Stang Center for Social Justice and Community Engagement emphasizing community based learning, service, and research.

Associate Professor, Notre Dame de Namur University, Belmont, CA, Aug., ‘08-May, ’11. Director of Master’s of Science in Clinical Psychology program. Instruct, advise, supervise, and foster professional development for Master’s level Clinical Psychology students. Assist with Departmental administrative needs.

Adjunct Associate. Professor, Notre Dame de Namur University, Belmont, CA, Aug., ‘04-July ‘08. Director of Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology program. Instruct, advise, supervise, and foster professional development for Master’s level Clinical Psychology students in clinical psychology courses. Assist with Departmental needs, including recruitment and retention; managing conflicts; developing policies and programs; and performing University service.

Adjunct Asst. Professor, Notre Dame de Namur University, Belmont, CA, Aug., ‘02-July ‘04. Chair: Anna McQuinn, Ph.D. Assisted in creating new Clinical Psychology Program (currently utilized at NDNU). Director of Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology program. Instruct, advise, supervise, and foster professional development for Master’s level Clinical Psychology students in clinical psychology courses and assisted with Departmental administrative needs.

Adjunct Asst. Professor, Notre Dame de Namur University, Belmont, CA, Aug., ‘01-Aug., ‘02. Chair: Anna McQuinn, Ph.D. Half-time professor and adviser for master’s students in counseling psychology. Directed Master’s in Counseling Psychology program; Brief Psychotherapy; and Chemical Dependency Certificate program. Collaborated in developing Clinical Psychology Program.

Visiting Asst. Professor, Pacific Graduate School of Psychology; Palo Alto, CA, Sep., ‘97-Aug. ‘99. Chair: Roger Greene, Ph.D. Professor and supervisor for doctoral students in psychopathology, diagnosis, psychotherapy and clinical practicum. Conducted psychotherapy research. Facilitated Advanced Clinical Training and Depth Psychology groups. Received “Outstanding Professor of the Year” award.

Instructor, Psychology of Adjustment and Personal Growth University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 1991

Instructor, Psychology of Adjustment and Personal Growth Instructor, Abnormal Psychology University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 1992

Instructor, Psychology of Adjustment and Personal Growth Instructor, Psychology of Marriage University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 1993

Instructor, Psychology of Adjustment and Personal Growth Instructor, Survey of Personality University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 1994

Visiting Assistant Professor, Psychotherapy Theory and Research Visiting Assistant Professor, Psychopathology and Psychodiagnosis I Visiting Assistant Professor, Clinical Practicum Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, Palo Alto, CA, Fall, 1997

Visiting Assistant Professor, Psychotherapy Theory and Research Visiting Assistant Professor, Psychopathology and Psychodiagnosis II Visiting Assistant Professor, Clinical Practicum Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, Palo Alto, CA, Spring, 1998

Adjunct Asst. Prof., Developmental Psychology: Infancy through Childhood San Francisco School of Psychology, Spring, 1998

Visiting Assistant Professor, Psychotherapy Theory and ResearchVisiting Assistant Professor, Psychopathology and Psychodiagnosis IVisiting Assistant Professor, Clinical Practicum Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, Palo Alto, CA, Fall, 1998

Adjunct Asst. Prof., Developmental Psychology: Adolescence through Adulthood/Geriatrics San Francisco School of Psychology, Fall, 1998

Visiting Assistant Professor, Psychotherapy Theory and Research Visiting Assistant Professor, Psychopathology and Psychodiagnosis II Visiting Assistant Professor, Clinical Practicum Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, Palo Alto, CA, Spring, 1999

Adjunct Asst. Prof., Developmental Psychology: Infancy through Childhood San Francisco School of Psychology, Spring, 1999

Lecturer, Professional Ethics and Law College of Notre Dame, Summer, 1999

Adjunct Asst. Prof., Developmental Psychology: Infancy through Childhood San Francisco School of Psychology, Fall, 1999

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Substance Abuse and Dependence The Professional School of Psychology, Fall, 1999

Lecturer, Professional Ethics and Law College of Notre Dame, Summer, 2000

Adjunct Asst. Professor, Psychoanalytic Treatment of Trauma: An Integrative Approach The Professional School of Psychology, Winter, 2000

Part-Time Faculty, Clinical Practicum Part-Time Faculty, Advanced Psychotherapy Skills: A Psychodynamic/Jungian Approach The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Winter, 2000

Part-Time Faculty, Clinical Practicum The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Spring, 2001

Lecturer, Professional Ethics and Law College of Notre Dame, Summer, 2001

Adjunct, Assistant Professor,Group Experience College of Notre Dame, Fall, 2001

Part-Time Faculty, Clinical Practicum Part-Time Faculty, Advanced Psychotherapy Skills: A Psychodynamic/Jungian Approach The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Winter, 2001

Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Communication and Counseling Skills College of Notre Dame, Spring, 2002

Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Professional Ethics and Law Notre Dame de Namur University, Summer, 2002

Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Group Experience Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Communication and Counseling Skills Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Biopsychosocial Aspects of Addiction Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Director/Advising Notre Dame de Namur University, Fall, 2002.

Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Group Experience Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Communication and Counseling Skills Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Diagnosis, Assessment, Referral of Addictions Adjunct, AssistantProfessor, Director/Advising Notre Dame de Namur University, Spring, 2003.

Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Professional Ethics and Law Notre Dame de Namur University, Summer, 2003

Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Professional Ethics and Law Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Diagnosis and Treatment of Addictions Notre Dame de Namur University, Summer, 2004

Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Cross-Cultural Issues Notre Dame de Namur University, Fall, 2004

Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Group Psychotherapy Notre Dame de Namur University, Spring, 2005

Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Professional Ethics and Law Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Advanced Clinical Seminar Notre Dame de Namur University, Summer, 2005

Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Cross-Cultural Issues Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Group Psychotherapy Adjunct, Assistant Professor, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Notre Dame de Namur University, Fall, 2005

Adjunct, Associate Professor, Professional Ethics and Law Adjunct, Associate Professor, Advanced Clinical Seminar Adjunct, Associate Professor, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Notre Dame de Namur University, Spring, 2006

Adjunct, Associate Professor, Professional Ethics and Law Adjunct, Associate Professor, Group Psychotherapy Adjunct, Associate Professor, Cross-Cultural Issues Notre Dame de Namur University, Summer, 2006

Adjunct, Associate., Professor, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Adjunct, Associate Professor, Group Psychotherapy Adjunct, Associate Professor, MACP Program Director/Advising Notre Dame de Namur University, Fall, 2006

Adjunct, Associate Professor, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Adjunct, Associate Professor, Professional Ethics and Law Adjunct, Associate Professor, Advanced Clinical Seminar Adjunct, Associate Professor, MACP Program Director/Advising Notre Dame de Namur University, Spring, 2007

Adjunct, Associate Professor, Group Psychotherapy Adjunct, Associate Professor, Cross-Cultural Issues Notre Dame de Namur University, Summer, 2007

Adjunct, Associate Professor, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Adjunct, Associate Professor, Professional Ethics and Law Adjunct, Associate Professor, Clinical Case Seminar Adjunct, Associate Professor, Clinical Case Practicum Adjunct, Associate Professor, MACP Program Director/Advising Notre Dame de Namur University, Fall, 2007

Adjunct, Associate Professor, Clinical Case Seminar Adjunct, Associate Professor, Clinical Case Practicum Adjunct, Associate Professor, Advanced Clinical Case Adjunct, Associate Professor, MACP Program Director/Advising Adjunct, Associate Professor, Professional Ethics and Law Notre Dame de Namur University, Summer, 2008

Adjunct, Associate Professor, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Adjunct, Associate Professor, Clinical Case Practicum Adjunct, Associate Professor, MACP Program Director/Advising Adjunct, Associate Professor, Clinical Case Seminar Adjunct, Associate Professor, Clinical Case Practicum Adjunct, Associate Professor, Advanced Clinical Case Adjunct, Associate Professor, MACP Program Director Notre Dame de Namur University, Spring, 2009

Adjunct, Associate Professor, Professional Ethics and Law Notre Dame de Namur University, Summer, 2009

Adjunct, Associate Professor, Clinical Case Seminar Adjunct, Associate Professor, Clinical Case Practicum Adjunct, Associate Professor, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Adjunct, Associate Professor, MACP Program Director/Advising Notre Dame de Namur University, Fall, 2009

Associate Professor, Clinical Case Seminar Associate Professor, Clinical Case Practicum Associate Professor, Advanced Clinical Case Seminar Associate Professor, MACP Program Director/Advising Notre Dame de Namur University, Spring, 2010

Associate Professor, Professional Ethics and Law Notre Dame de Namur University, Summer, 2010

Associate Professor, Clinical Case Seminar Associate Professor, Clinical Case Practicum Associate Professor, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Associate Professor, MACP Program Director/Advising Notre Dame de Namur University, Fall, 2010

Associate Professor, Clinical Case Seminar Associate Professor, Clinical Case Practicum Associate Professor, Advanced Clinical Case Seminar Associate Professor, MACP Program Director/Advising Notre Dame de Namur University, Spring, 2011

Professor, Professional Ethics and Law Notre Dame de Namur University, Summer, 2011

Professor, Clinical Case Seminar Professor, Clinical Case Practicum Professor, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Professor, MACP Program Director/Advising Notre Dame de Namur University, Fall, 2011

Professor, Clinical Case Seminar Professor, Clinical Case Practicum Professor, Trauma, Crisis, and Recovery Professor, MACP Program Director/Advising Notre Dame de Namur University, Spring, 2012

Professor, Professional Ethics and Law Notre Dame de Namur University, Summer, 2012

Professor, Clinical Case Seminar Professor, Clinical Case Practicum Professor, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Professor, MACP Program Director/Advising Notre Dame de Namur University, Fall, 2012

Professor, Clinical Case Seminar Professor, Clinical Case Practicum Professor, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Interim Chair, Clinical Psychology Department Notre Dame de Namur University, Fall, 2013

Professor, Clinical Case Seminar Professor, Clinical Case Practicum Professor, Crisis, Trauma, and Recovery Interim Chair, Clinical Psychology Department Notre Dame de Namur University, Spring, 2014

Professor, Professional Ethics and Law Interim Chair, Clinical Psychology Department Notre Dame de Namur University, Summer, 2014

Professor, Clinical Case Seminar Professor, Clinical Case Practicum Professor, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Chair, Clinical Psychology Department

Notre Dame de Namur University, Fall, 2014

Professor, Clinical Case Seminar Professor, Clinical Case Practicum Professor, Professional Ethics and Law Professor, Specialized Clinical Topics Chair, Clinical Psychology Department Notre Dame de Namur University, Spring, 2014

 

Instructed, advised, supervised, and performed administrative/service to doctoral, masters, and undergraduate students as their instructor in didactic, seminar, and practicum courses.

Clinical Psychologist/Participant Manager, Stanford University, Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, CA, Feb., ‘00-Feb. ‘04. Supervisor: Catherine Classen, Ph.D. Psychologist for longitudinal National Institute of Mental Health “Survivors of Childhood Trauma” study investigating psychotherapy outcome for women who experienced trauma including childhood sexual abuse and reproductive mental health trauma. Findings published in numerous articles. Responsible for designing, overseeing and providing psychotherapy and case management for over 200 subjects who suffered from childhood sexual abuse and traumas and trauma-related disorders. Administered interviews, diagnostic assessments, provided training/consultation to staff/subjects, offered brief, supportive, problem focused and crisis interventions, intervened to reduce attrition, assisted with research-related tasks and issues; conducted and wrote literature reviews for publications.

Clinical Supervisor, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology; Palo Alto, CA, Jul. ‘00-Jul. ‘01. Supervisor: Paul Roy, Ph.D. Analytic, psychodynamic, and humanistic supervisor for doctoral and post-doctoral students. Cases utilized expressive arts, hypnosis, and sandplay therapy.

Clinical Supervisor, Professional School of Psychology; San Francisco, CA, Sep. ‘00-June ‘01. Supervisor: Katherine Czesak, Ph.D. Supervisor for child cases utilizing psychodynamic, sandplay, expressive arts and play therapy.

Consultant, Senior Psychology Services, Burlingame, CA, Sep., ‘98-Jul., ‘99. Supervisor: Carl Michaels, Ph.D. Consultant, psychodiagnostician, and individual therapist for geriatric and rehabilitation patients.

Psychological Assistant, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center; Fremont, CA, Sep., ‘96-Aug., ‘97; Supervisors: Shelagh Ross, Ph.D.; Debra Estroff, Ph.D. Conducted psychotherapy, psychodiagnostic testing, crisis intervention and brief therapies with medical and psychiatric patients. Advanced training with children and adolescents.

Pre-doctoral Intern & Post-doctoral Fellow, Dual Diagnosis Unit, Veterans Admin. Health Care System; Menlo Park, CA, Sept., ‘94-Feb., ‘97; Supervisors: Jeffrey Kline, Ph.D.; Joel Rosenthal, Ph.D., Renate Welch, Ph.D. Served on team providing psychotherapy, case management and assessment to dually diagnosed outpatients/partial hospitalization patients in a modified therapeutic community. Conducted individual, milieu and group psychotherapy, supervision to pre-doctoral interns and psychological testing. Psychodynamic, Jungian, humanistic, cognitive, existential orientations.

Pre-doctoral Intern, Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit, Veterans Admin. Medical Center; Menlo Park, CA, Mar., ‘95-Aug., ‘95; Supervisor: William Lynch, Ph.D., ABPP Performed assessments including intellectual, neuropsychological, personality and achievement tests to medical and psychiatric patients. Wrote reports and provided consultation.

Pre-doctoral Intern, Time-Limited Dynamic Psychotherapy, Veterans Admin. Medical Center Palo Alto, CA, Sep., ‘94-Feb., ‘95; Supervisor: Hanna Levenson, Ph.D. Conducted brief psychodynamic psychotherapy with a range of patients.

Pre-doctoral Intern, Behavioral Medicine Unit, Veterans Admin. Medical Center; Palo Alto, CA, Mar., ‘95-Aug., ‘95; Supervisors: Johanna Mayer, Ph.D.; Robert Hall, Ph.D. Provided psychotherapy and assessments to outpatients with psychosomatic conditions, cancer, heart disease, pain and neurological conditions in medical, behavioral medicine and pain clinics. Psychodynamic, interpersonal, humanistic, cognitive-behavioral and existential orientations.

Psychotherapist, Univ. of South Carolina, School of Medicine, Dept of Family and Preventive Medicine, Richland Family Practice Center; Columbia, SC, Jul., ‘93-Jul., ‘94 Supervisors: Phil Michels, Ph.D.; Bruce Schell, Ph.D. Psychotherapy for adults, children and couples with a range of medical and psychiatric problems. Emphasis on reproductive mental health issues in prepartum, pregnant, and postpartum women and their families. Testing and consultations. Psychodynamic, interpersonal, humanistic, cognitive orientations.

Chief Mental Health Consultant and Supervisor, Columbia Area Mental Health Center and Richland Memorial Hospital Emergency Room; Columbia, SC, June, ‘90-June, ’93; Supervisors: Bruce Cannon, LPC; Diane Elkins, R.N., M.S. Supervisor and consultant to emergency room physicians for psychiatric and medical patients. Crisis intervention, brief therapy, mental status exams, interviews, voluntary/involuntary hospitalization. Supervised and trained student mental health consultants. Wrote training manual.

Psychotherapist, Psychological Service Center, Columbia, SC, Aug., ‘89-June, ‘94. Treated adults, children and couples in community mental health clinic. Psychodynamic, Jungian, interpersonal, existential, gestalt, humanistic, cognitive-behavioral and expressive arts orientations.

Psychodiagnostician/Consultant, Children & Adults , Columbia, SC, Aug, ‘89-June, ‘94. Supervisors: Robert Heckle, Ph.D.; Diane Follingstad, Ph.D.; William Drennen, Ph.D.; Mervyn Wagner, Ph.D.; Robert Deysach, Ph.D.; Lois Wandersman, Ph.D.; Peter Kimann, Ph.D. Tested and consulted at schools, mental health centers, inpatient/outpatient; public/private hospitals, jails/prisons and research facilities. Full spectrum of testing and diagnoses.

Research Assistant, Family Assessment in Alcohol Research Project; Palo Alto Veterans Administration Health Care System, Dec, ‘95-Sep., ‘97; Supervisor: Theodore Jacob, Ph.D. Conducted interviews. Facilitated discussion of conflict to examine assessment measures.

Principal Investigator, “Expression of Negative and Positive Events through Writing: Implications for Psychoneuroimmunology, Health, and Psychotherapy” University of South Carolina, May, ‘93-June, ‘94; Chairperson: Mervyn K. Wagner, Ph.D. Explored emotional expression, psychological interventions and psychotherapy. Explored relationships between stress, physical symptoms, health, and physiological reactivity.

Principal Investigator, Psychosocial Needs of Cancer Patients; University of South Carolina, Jan., ‘93-Feb., ‘94; Supervisor: Mervyn K. Wagner, Ph.D. Researched psychosocial needs, psychological problems and adjustment in cancer patients.

Research Assistant, Development of Adolescent Psychopathology Project Columbia, South Carolina, Jul., ‘92-May, ‘94; Supervisor: Steve Cuffe, M.D. Conducted home and psychiatric diagnostic interview to investigate adolescent psychopathology.

Research Thesis, “Treating the Adult with Mild Head Injury: Establishing a Comprehensive Treatment Program Using Psychotherapy” University of South Carolina, Aug., ‘91-Aug., ‘92; Chairperson: Robert Deysach, Ph.D. Developed holistic rehabilitative and psychological program for mildly head-injured adults.

Research Assistant, “Alcohol, Health, and Behavior Project” University of Missouri, Aug., ‘87-Aug., ‘89; Supervisor: Kenneth J. Sher, Ph.D. Assistant for 4-year longitudinal study investigating the development of alcoholism in students.

Principal Investigator, Independent Honors Thesis, “Knowledge of AIDS” study University of Missouri, June, ‘87- Nov., ‘88; Chairperson: Kenneth J. Sher, Ph.D. Investigated health behaviors, fear/knowledge of AIDS, personality and psychopathology

Marlo, H. (2013, Summer).Between the worlds: Healing trauma, body, and soul: A conversation with Donald Kalsched. Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche, 7, 3.

Marlo, H. (April, 2013). Mentoring mothers: Promoting psychological health. Burlingame Mother’s Club Newsletter, 29, 7.

Marlo, H., Beitman, B. (In progress). Coincidence Studies: Jungian Contributions. Marlo, H. (2007). Coming into the Heart of Mind. Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche, 1, 3, 55-65.

Marlo, H., & Kalinian, H. (2002). Utilizing psychoanalytic psychotherapy in the treatment of substance abusers. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 9, 211-223.

Marlo, H. (2000). On wounding and being wounded. The California Psychologist, 33, 12, 12. Marlo, H. (2000). Countertransference check-up. San Diego Psychologist, 9, 7, 11-12.

Marlo, H. (2000). Countertransference check-up. The California Psychologist, 33, 4, 12.

Marlo, H., & Wagner, M. (1999). Expression of negative and positive events through writing: Implications for psychotherapy and health. Psychology and Health, 14, 2, 193-215.

Rivera, P., & Marlo, H. (1999). Cultural, interpersonal and psychodynamic factors in caregiving: Toward a greater understanding of treatment non-compliance. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 3, 63-68.

Marlo, H., & Kline, J.S. (1998). Synchronicity in psychotherapy: Unconscious communication in the therapeutic relationship. Psychotherapy, 35, 1, 13-22.

SAMPLING OF EDITED PUBLICATIONS

Erfani, F. (2012). Cinematic Gods? Robert Segal on Myth’s Persistence. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 3, 72-75.

Wittine, B. (2012). Relatedness in Analytical Psychotherapy. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 3, 75-79.

Bishop, P. (2012). He Lost Himself in Dreams that Made His Experiments Uncertain. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 3, 79-83.

Woolfson, T. (2012). The Egyptian Way of Death. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 3, 84-89.

Spiegelman, J.M. (2012). Re-membering Osiris. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 3, 89-92.

Rowland, S. (2012). Heart-healing Heartbreak. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 3, 92-94.

Ulanov, A.B. (2012). Nourishment for Intimacy. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 3, 94-95.

Bryon, D. (2012). A Commentary on Mark Winborn’s Deep Blues: Human Soundscapes for the Archetypal Journey. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 3, 96-97

Shalit, E. (2012). Lakes of Memory and Burning Nights. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 3, 98-99.

Amlani, A. (2012). Heart Work. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 3, 99-103.

Cavalli, T.F. (2012). The Artistry of the Artist. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 3, 103-104.

Olivetti, K. (2012). Jungian Dreamwork in Practice. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 2, 128-129.

Tyminski, R. (2012). Problems with that Reflection in the Mirror. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 2, 129-133.

Bright, B. (2012). Madman or Mystic? Re-imagining Relationship to the Sacred. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 2, 133-137.

Abramovitch, H. (2012). A Genius and His Contradictions. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 1, 124-128.

Sherwood, D.N. (2012). A Grandmother’s Apron and the Holocaust. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 6, No. 1, 128-132.

Ashton, P.W. (2011). Mothers Matter. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 5, No. 4, 109-114.

Williams, S. (2011). Healing Landscapes. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 5, No. 4, 114-118.

Wahba, L.L. (2011). The Secret in Her Eyes. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 5, No. 4, 118-122.

Casement, A. (2011). Last Night of the Proms. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 5, No. 2, 117-118.

Slattery, D.P. (2011). Jung Has His Humanities. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 5, No. 2, 118-121.

Bishop, P. (2011). Trouble at the Mill. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 5, No. 2, 121-124.

James, K.W. (2011). Celebrating Renewal. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 5, No. 2, 125-128.

Tyminski, R. (2011). The Substrate of Transformation in Psychotherapy and Analysis. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 5, No. 2, 128-132.

Friedman, B. (2011). Another Path with Heart: A Review of Stephen Witty’s Film about the Life of Jungian Analyst Lyn Cowan. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 5, No. 1, 98-99.

McKenzie, S. (2010). Tracks in the Wilderness of Gender. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 4, No. 3, 114-117.

Tyminski, R.F. (2010). Transference Flows in Waves on Water. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 4, No. 2, 98-101.

Ventimiglia, W. J. (2009). Self-Cohesion and the Search for a Spiritual Container. Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Vol. 3, No. 3, 7-21.

Marlo, H. (2105, Jan.). Birth of the Self. Presentation with John Beebe, M.D., Karen Peoples, Ph.D., Beverley Zabriskie, L.C.S.W., at the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco. San Francisco, CA.

Marlo, H. (2014, Mar.) The Perinatal Period: Problems and Possibilities. Mills-Peninsula Hospital, Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Burlingame, CA.

Marlo, H. (2013, Nov.) The Trauma of the Perinatal Period. Palo Alto University.

Marlo, H. (2013, Nov.). Complex Trauma: Contributions from Depth Psychology. Palo Alto University.

Marlo, H. (2013, Sept.). Breastfeeding and the Emotional World: The Intimate Connection. Nursing Mother’s Council Annual Symposium.

Marlo, H. (2012, Nov.). Psychic Birth through Analysis: Archetypal and Developmental Themes. C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, Analyst Continuing Education Meeting.

Marlo, H. (2012, Oct.). Ten Lessons from Contemporary Psychoanalysis. Mills-Peninsula Hospital, Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Burlingame, CA.

Marlo, H. (2012, June). Healing Complex Trauma Part II: Treating Physical, Sexual and Relational Abuse and Trauma. Mills-Peninsula Hospital, Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Burlingame, CA.

Marlo, H. (2012, April). Mentoring Mothers: Enhancing Bonding, Attachment, and the Parent-Child Relationship. Mills-Peninsula Hospital, Pediatrician Continuing Education Program, Burlingame, CA.

Marlo, H. (2012, April). Healing Complex Trauma: Treating Physical, Sexual and Relational Abuse and Trauma. Mills-Peninsula Hospital, Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Burlingame, CA.

Marlo, H. (2012, March). MISS Representation: Screening and Discussion with Dr. Helen Marlo. Synapse School and The Gifted Support Center, Menlo Park, CA.

Marlo, H. (2012, Jan.). Mentoring Mothers: Perinatal Psychology and Issues: Anxiety and Post-Traumatic Stress. Mills-Peninsula Hospital, OB-GYN Continuing Education Program, Burlingame, CA.

Marlo, H., Walters, B., Herlekar, S., Castrillion, F. (2011, September). Contemporary Psychoanalysis: An Unwitting Instrument of Spiritual Sensibilities. California Institute of Integral Studies, Integral Counseling Psychology Department, San Francisco, CA.

Fatum, B., & Marlo, H. (2011, April). Parenting with Emotional Intelligence. Woodland School, Portola Valley, CA.

Marlo, H. (2010, November). Psychic Birth: A Narrative of Transformative Analytic Work. Fall Symposium Speaker, The Psychotherapy Institute, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA.

Marlo, H. (2010, February). Meet the Professors: Becoming a Psychodynamic Clinician-Professor. Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Redwood City, CA.

Marlo, H. (2009, November). Psychological Aspects of Birth and Birth Trauma. Presentation at Dolphin Yoga and Doula Center, Hillsborough, CA.

Marlo, H. (2009, September). Birth and the Emergence of the Self: Symbolic and Developmental Perspectives. Presentation at The Psychotherapy Institute, Berkeley, CA.

Marlo, H. (2009, July). Birth Psychology: Pre-partum and Post-Partum Considerations. Presentation at Dolphin Yoga and Doula Center, Hillsborough, CA.

Bobrow, J., (Dec., 2008). Retreat/Group Facilitator with the Coming Home Project for: The Art of Cultivating Self-Care and Well Being—A Retreat for Service Providers. The Mercy Center, Burlingame, CA.

Marlo, H. (2008, June). Psychology of Motherhood: Pre-Partum and Post-Partum Issues. Presentation at Dolphin Yoga and Doula Center, San Mateo, CA.

Marlo, H. (2008, April). Spirituality and Trauma. Paper presented and moderator for the Transforming Trauma: Psychological and Spiritual Pathways to Healing Conference with Joseph Bobrow; Donald Kalsched; Jack Kornfield; Jeffrey Rubin; and Ann Ulanov, Deep Streams Institute and The Coming Home Project, University of California; San Francisco, CA.

Marlo, H. (2008, March). Contemporary Soul in Practice: One Woman’s Evolving Narrative. Presentation at Embodied Wisdom: Jung, Neuroscience, and Authentic Movement—Multidisciplinary Prospectives with Joan Chodorow, Dyane Sherwood, Tina Stromsted, and Margaret Wilkinson, C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA.

Marlo, H. (2007, October). Birth of Baby….and Mother: Pre-Partum and Post-Partum Considerations. Presentation at Dolphin Yoga and Doula Center, San Mateo, CA.

Marlo, H. (2007, July). Vicarious Traumatization. Women’s Recovery Association. Burlingame, CA.

Marlo, H. (2007, March.). Parenting with Balance. Little Wonders Parent Cooperative. San Mateo, CA.

Marlo, H. (2006, November). Maternal Wellness. Little Wonders Parent Cooperative. San Mateo, CA.

Marlo, H. (2006, June). Psychotherapy and Hypnotherapy: Considerations for Birth Professionals. Dolphin Yoga and Doula Center. San Mateo, CA.

Marlo, H. (2005, October). Treating Physical and Sexual Trauma. Women’s Recovery Association, Burlingame, CA.

Marlo, H. (2005, April). Law and Ethics. The Peninsula Training Collaborative, Burlingame, CA.

Marlo, H. (2005, February). Trauma: Psychotherapeutic Considerations. Women’s Recovery Association. Burlingame, CA.

Marlo, H. (2005, March). Child Development. The Peninsula Training Collaborative, Menlo Park, CA.

Marlo, H. (2004, November). Law and Ethics. The Peninsula Training Collaborative, San Mateo, CA.

Marlo, H. (2004, November). Law and Ethics in Depth Psychology: Clinical and Professional Issues. The Women’s Recovery Association, Burlingame, CA.

Marlo, H. (2004, January). Ethics in psychotherapy: Developmental considerations. The Women’s Recovery Association, Burlingame, CA.

Marlo, H. (2003, October). Ethics as a process of integrity: Integrating developmental contributions. The Transitional Program, Palo Alto, CA.

Marlo, H. (2000, December). Psychotherapeutic Approaches in the Treatment of Trauma. Chinatown Child Development Center, San Francisco, CA.

Marlo, H. (2000, October). Working with Trauma: Utilizing Psychotherapy and Sandplay for Healing. Richmond Area Multi-Services Center, San Francisco, CA.

Marlo, H. (2000, February). Case Presentation: Psychological Dynamics, Transference and Countertransference in the Complex Pain Patient. Stanford University Hospital and Clinics, Pain Management Center, Palo Alto, CA.

Marlo, H. (2000, January). Psychological Dynamics in the Complex Pain Patient: Conceptualziation and Treatment. Stanford University Hospital and Clinics, Pain Management Center, Palo Alto, CA.

Marlo, H. (1999, May). Psychotherapeutic considerations in the treatment of sexual and physical abuse. College of Notre Dame, Counseling Psychology Dept., Belmont, CA.

Marlo, H. (1999, January). Managing difficult behaviors in complex patients. Emmanuel Convalescent Home, Millbrae, CA.

Marlo, H. (1998, November). Physical abuse, sexual abuse and pain: Interventions for physicians and medical professionals. Stanford University Hospital and Clinics, Pain Management Center, Palo Alto, CA.

Marlo, H. (1998, October). Treating physical and sexual abuse: Implications for therapists. College of Notre Dame, Counseling Psychology Dept., Belmont, CA.

Marlo, H. (1998, September). Retaining “Eros” in erotic transference and countertransference: Integrating eroticism in clinical practice. Mills Peninsula Hospital Continuing Medical Education Staff Program, Burlingame, CA.

Marlo, H. (1998, September). Psychotherapeutic approaches for individuals with psychoses and severe mental impairment. The Transitional Program, Palo, Alto, CA.

Marlo, H (1998, April). Retaining “eros” in erotic transference and countertransference: Integrating eroticism in clinical practice. Paper presented at the 18th annual spring meeting of the Division of Psychoanalysis, American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Marlo, H. (1998, May). Psychotherapy with adolescents and young adults: Developmental and psychological considerations. College of Notre Dame, Counseling Center, Belmont, CA.

Marlo, H. (1998, May). Transference, countertransference and the treatment of sexual abuse. College of Notre Dame, Counseling Psychology Dept., Belmont, CA.

Marlo, H. (1998, April). Transference, countertransference and relational issues in treating abused individuals. Community Health Awareness Council, Mountain View, CA.

Rivera, P. & Marlo, H. (1998, January). Cultural, interpersonal and psychodynamic factors in caregiving: Towards a greater understanding of treatment non-compliance. Poster presented at The Challenge of Psychological Practice in a Multicultural Society symposium, Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, Palo Alto, CA.

Marlo, H. (1997, January). Treating physical and sexual abuse: Recommendations for health care professionals. Presentation at Planned Parenthood, Menlo Park, CA.

Marlo, H. (1996, October). Utilizing a harm reduction approach in psychodynamic psychotherapy and case management of the dually diagnosed patient. Presented at the National Harm Reduction Conference, Oakland, CA.

Marlo, H. (1996, August). Time-limited dynamic psychotherapy. Presented at the Intern Training Program at California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, CA.

Marlo, H. (1995, January). Depression: Phenomenological, conceptual, diagnostic and psychotherapeutic implications. Presented at the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, University of South Carolina, School of Medicine, Columbia, SC.

Joyce, Diane, (In progress). An Exploration of the Invariant Structural Themes that Facilitate a Description of the Alchemical Experience of Massa Confusa. The Institute of Interpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA.

Desai, Faith, (Oct., 2012). Transpersonal Experiences and the Emergence of Transpersonal Motherhood. The Institute of Interpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA.

Shelton, Sydney Zink, (May, 2012). The Greatest Love of All: Rewriting the Mother/Daughter Legends. The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA.

Huffman, Anne, (April, 2012). Eternal Youths: A Narrative Inquiry into the Buffering Effects of a Generational Cultural Complex against the Anxiety of Aging and Death in the American Baby Boom Generation. The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA. Harrahy, Michelle, (Jan., 2012). The Intersubjective Impact of Traumatic Event: An Elaborative Grounded Theory Contributing to Emerging Theories of Interpersonal Development. The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA.

Deak, Zsolt, (Dec., 2011). The Master-Disciple Relationship as a Metaphor for Healing in Psychotherapy: Exploring Archetypal Transference Between Therapist and Patient. The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA.

Shemesh, Keren, (2011). Attachment Patterns in Parents Partaking in Parent-Child Conjoint Therapy. The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA.

Gray, Chanda (2011). Psychological and Spiritual Factors Influencing Childbirth. Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA. Hill, Jennifer (2011). Synchronicity and Grief: The Phenomenology of Meaningful Coincidence as it Arises During Bereavement. The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA.

Akahori, Michiko, (2010). Women’s Meaningful Dreams: A Bridge between their Dream Life and Waking Life. Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA.

Bruja, Jennifer, (2010). Mindfulness Meditation in the Treatment of Eating Disorders. Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA. Schlarb, C. (2004). The Nature of Childhood Peak Experiences and their Non-Assimilation into the Child’s Developing Identity. Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA.

Lynch, K.S. (2002). Each Age a Lens: A Transpersonal Perspective of Emily Dickinson’s Creative Process. Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA.

Rossie, K.M. (2002). Songs on the Mind as Messages from the Unconscious. Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA

Associate Editor, Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche, San Francisco, CA. May, 2008—Jan., 2010. Associate Editor for Routledge Press (formerly University of California Publishing Press), multi-disciplinary Journal emphasizing Jungian thought, multi-disciplinary studies (i.e. art, archaeology, sociology, politics, anthropology, psychology, biology, religious studies, philosophy, film, neuroscience, performing arts) and culture.

Assistant Editor, Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche, San Francisco, CA. September, 2007–May, 2008. Assistant Editor for University of California Publishing Press multi-disciplinary Journal emphasizing the interface between Jungian thought, multi-disciplinary studies (i.e. art, archaeology, sociology, politics, religious studies, philosophy, film, performing arts) and culture.

President, Board Member–“The Coming Home Project,” through Deep Streams Institute, San Francisco, CA. 2004—2010. Served as President of the Board for “The Coming Home Project,” sponsored by Deep Streams Institute, a Zen Buddhist organization providing training for psychotherapists; community service; meditation; and peace building activities. Assisted with nationally recognized, “Coming Home Project,” which has been awarded approximately 2 million dollars in grants to provide psycho-spiritual retreats for traumatized veterans and their families serving in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Speaker for Benefit Conference; facilitated retreat, and miscellaneous events.

Instructor, Peninsula Training Collaborative, San Mateo, CA, ’04-’07. Instructor for mental health professionals; legal professionals; and lay volunteers associated with the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program for abused and neglected children. Provided clinical and developmental psychology trainings (e.g. law and ethics, child development, child abuse, trauma).

Consultant/Facilitator, Psychotherapy Training Group, San Mateo, CA, ‘97-May, ‘05. Facilitated psychotherapy training and consultation group for psychology doctoral and master’s students, and recent graduates, pre-licensed therapists, including NDNU graduates.

Consultant/ Facilitator, Depth Psychology Group, San Mateo, CA, ‘97-May, ‘05. Facilitated depth psychology and psychotherapy group. Participants included doctoral and master’s psychology students, graduates, pre-licensed therapists, including NDNU graduates.

Executive Committee Member, Colleague Assistance and Support Program,’98-‘00 Served on committee for California Psychological Association that promoted awareness, prevention, support and treatment of distress, impairment and disorder in psychologists.

California Psychological Association

Northern California Society of Psychoanalytic

Psychotherapy American Psychological Association—Division of Psychoanalysis

Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health

International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation