Caryl Antonia Greene, MEd, LMHC
Greene is an adjunct professor in the Department of Counseling and Health Psychology who supervises counseling shifts at Bastyr Center for Natural Health.
Greene's clinical interests include mother-infant bonding, object relations and archetypal psychology, shamanic studies and energy medicine. She works with individual and relationship clients from childhood to adult, and specializes in working with women healing from trauma or abuse into personal transformation.
Greene also enjoys teaching workshops in various psychological and shamanic modalities privately.
Greene believes in the importance of the client-therapist relationship as the primary alchemy for positive change, which involves working through past wounding or trauma in patients by fostering present time awareness of emotional, somatic and spiritual issues.
Greene recently completed a Women’s Leadership certificate program through Core Evolution and Sayebrook University. She has studied shamanic studies for 10 years in Peru and Mexico, and she completed a certificate program at the Four Winds Society. She completed eight years of study in Bioenergetic Analysis, is a certified Expressive Arts Therapist, and holds a certificate of specialty in mother/infant bonding.
Education & Affiliations
- BA in Theatre Arts, Rutgers University
- MEd in Counseling and Psychological Services, Springfield College, Mass.
- Member of the Seattle Jungian Association
Member of the Seattle Psychoanalytic Alliance