Bio of Rodney G. Karr Ph.D.
Rodney G. Karr Ph.D. has been practicing as a therapist since 1971. He entered graduate school at the University of Washington in Seattle, in 1970, pursuing a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and continued until 1975, when he left Seattle after completing his Ph.D.
Once arriving in San Francisco/Bay Area, he became involved in local counseling and community services. He was involved for five years supervising trainees and facilitating groups at Pacific Center for Human Growth in Berkeley, and for over eight years with Operation Concern, Pacific Medical Center (now called New Leaf), supervising interns and facilitating groups.
He also was involved as an associate staff member in the Department of Psychiatry, Langley Porter, (the Human Sexuality Program) at UC Medical School, San Francisco. He taught physicians, nurses, therapists, and other health-professionals.
Since 1982, Rodney Karr has had a private practice. He has been a licensed psychologist for over 28 years and went through an extensive process of training and self-exploration and healing with a Jungian analyst from the Jung Institute in San Francisco . He utilizes this extensive training in Jungian therapy in his own practice.
Rodney Karr has been involved as a dedicated spiritual seeker since childhood. He has over the years studied intensively with Hindu, Buddhist, Druid, and Western Mysteries teachers. He is an initiated practitioner in two ancient traditions; Druid & Underworld-Western Mysteries Tradition. He is a licensed minister in the Western Mysteries tradition. He facilitates Jungian Shamanic groups which teach and practice Jungian and Shamanistic principles.
Rodney Karr in his previous home, the Chateau Tivoli, 1057 Steiner Street, San Francisco. He spent 12 years restoring this famous landmark mansion.