Congratulations Zsolt Deak, PHD 2012 Alumnus

November 29, 2016

A L U M N I   S P O T L I G H T


Zsolt deakIt is always an honor when one of our graduates finds success. Zsolt Deak, Ph.D. has done just that. Not only is Zsolt on the Board of Directors of the Hungarian Jung Association, he has just been accepted as a Fellow in the International Association for Analytical Psychology.

His Sofia/ITP Beginnings
Zsolt trained at the San Francisco Jung Center in a joint program with the Center and ITP at Sofia University and has been practicing psychology back in his native Hungary.

His dissertation title clearly forecasted his future success “The master-disciple relationship as a metaphor for healing in Jungian psychoanalysis: exploring archetypal transference between analyst and patient.” Zsolt graduated in 2011 from the global doctoral program.

One lesson that was never forgotten was his Aikido training with Robert Frager. He has become a first degree black belt in Aikido in Hungary.

ITP-logo_smallAbout The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology at Sofia University

Since 1975, the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology at Sofia University has continued to be an international leader and pioneer, moving humanity forward in the areas of transpersonal research and transpersonal education. training clinicians, spiritual guides, wellness caregivers, and consultants who apply transpersonal principles and values in a variety of settings.  The Sofia educational model offers students not only a solid intellectual foundation, but an extraordinary opportunity for deep transformational growth and personal experience of the subject matter. How does Sofia University accomplish this? The university builds upon its strong, whole-person psychological foundation to give students a greater understanding of the human condition.

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