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Jürgen W. Kremer, Ph.D.

Adjunct Faculty


  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, 1980, Universität Hamburg, Germany

  • Dipl.-Psych., Psychology, 1973, Universität Hamburg, Germany


Jürgen W. Kremer received his doctorate in clinical psychology from the Universität Hamburg, Germany. In 1982 Jurgen settled in the San Francisco Bay Area to teach full time and serve as dean at Saybrook University and at the California Institute of Integral Studies. His teaching and research interests range from general psychology, clinical psychology and research methods to the relevance of indigenous knowledge and shamanism for today as well as ethno-autobiography. For four years he co-directed, with Dr. Apela Colorado, a program for Native American students and others concerned with indigenous roots and origins. Today Jürgen is a tenured faculty member at the Santa Rosa Junior College, he also teaches at National University (School of Consciousness) and the University for Peace, Costa Rica.

Jürgen has published regularly since 1976, with 150 plus publications to his credit (journal articles, book chapters, books). Most recently he co-edited three volumes on culture, consciousness, and therapy. He published the textbook Psychology in Diversity, Diversity in Psychology – An Integrative Psychology for the 21st Century with Kendall-Hunt. His Ethnoautobiography (with R. Jackson-Paton) is scheduled to be re-issued in its third edition with the same publisher. His multicultural textbook Abnormal Psychology has been issued in January of 2020 by Kendall-Hunt. Jürgen has served on several editorial boards and has been an editor of ReVision (a journal of consciousness and transformation) since 1994.

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