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Michelle Glaubiger, MA



Strong communication and leadership skills have been the hallmarks of my life – professionally, academically, and personally. With broad research skills, I enjoy the challenge of bringing subject matters into a personal relationship with my clients, students, and readers. I am deadline and task-oriented; yet, flexible, and creative – the spirit of a true entrepreneur, who enjoys bringing life experiences into my work, be that by assisting clients, teaching workshops, or through my writing.  I am proficient in all manner of professional technologies for business and am highly efficient and productive in all situations.


2001-2003    M.A., Depth Psychology, Sonoma State University

2000-2001    Leadership Santa Rosa, Santa Rosa, California

1992-1996    B.A., Cum Laude, Psychology, San Francisco State University


American Psychological Association, Associate

Association for Transpersonal Psychology, Member

Association for Humanistic Psychology, Member

San Francisco Jung Institute

Friends of Archetypal Research and Symbolism (ARAS)

Joseph Campbell Foundation

Sierra Club

California State Parks


SSU’s 2003 James Jarrett Award for Graduate Research, Writing and Presentation in Psychology



  • The Terrible Mother: A Psychological Discussion of Infanticidal Mothers, Presented at the International Jungian Society Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, June 2006

  • Mountain as Muse, Proposition for Presentation at the Myth, Mountains and Music Conference, Hosted by Virginia Tech University, Virginia, October, 2004.

  • The Vampire and the Red Queen:  A Psychological Exploration of Blood and Darkness, Presented at Popular Culture Association, National Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April, 2004



  • Unearthing Soul: A Woman’s Quest to Understand Her True Spiritual Nature, Sonoma State University, Thesis, Spring, 2003, Pub. SSU Schulz Library



  • Anatomy of a Calling with Lissa Rankin, Esalen Institute, September, 2016

  • Soul Collage with Selena Frost, Esalen Institute, April, 2014

  • Deep Writing with Ellen Bass, Esalen Institute, November, 2013

  • Writing from the Heart, with Nancy Aronie, Esalen Institute, May, 2013

  • Art & the Empowerment of Women’s Voices, May, 2008

  • Passion Play, Women’s Voices, November, 2007

  • Adventures of the Mind, Women’s Voices, March 2007

  • To Choose is Human; To Not Choose . . . Well, It’s Not Divine, Women’s Voices, Dec 2006/Jan 2007

  • Passing Over, Women’s Voices, June/July 2006

  • Leading Ourselves Out, Women’s Voices, September 2005

  • 5 Ways to Help Your Tomorrows Today, Women’s Voices, June/July 2005

  • Synchronicity: A Jungian Treasure, Journal of Integrative Psychology, Fall 2002 (Vol. 4)

  • How to Incorporate the Principles of Yoga into Your Gym Workout, Wellness Wire, September 2001

  • Eating Disorders: When Something Normal Becomes Abnormal, Wellness Wire, July 2001 Yoga: Following the Path to the Real You, Wellness Wire, July 2001

  • Fear Not: Put an End to Anxiety, Wellness Wire, June 2001

  • Be Afraid of Stress, Wellness Wire, April 2001

  • What is a Nurse Practitioner, Wellness Wire, April 2001

  • Downtown Summer Fun and Pleasure, City Vision in Focus, Summer 2001

  • Full Circle Source, 2012-Present by Full Circle Studio, Readership 200

  • MPF Notes, 2009-2012 by Magnet Program Foundation Board, Readership 150

  • Visionary Press, 1998-Present by Visionary Consulting, Quarterly, Readership 150

  • LSRAA and Beyond, by Leadership Santa Rosa, Quarterly, Readership 500 – Leadership Santa Rosa Legacy Project, ongoing since 2001

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