Robert Herzog, PhD
I am a licensed psychologist in California with over thirty years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families.
I grew up in Pittsburgh, attended Juniata College, and received my Master's Degree in Physical Therapy at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.
I moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico to work at the Center for Action and Contemplation, serving as Coordinator of the Men's Work Program and later as Managing Editor of the CAC publication, Radical Grace.
I received my PhD in Psychology at Meridian University in Sonoma County, California. Meridian focuses on personal and cultural transformation through the use of imaginal, depth, and Jungian models of psychology.
I am a Fellow with the UC Davis/Napa Infant, Child, and Family Mental Health Program, providing direct therapy services, pursuing scholarship and research, and participating in advocacy work.
I have particular interest in working with men--including adolescent young men--through individual therapy, Rites of Passage, and other rituals designed to foster encounter and participation with the Sacred.
I am an independent scholar, writer, and amateur mystic living in the North Bay of San Francisco with my partner, three delightful teenage sons, Bodhi the Wonder Mutt, a flock of chickens, a ball python named Willie Nelson, and Chewbacca the pig.