- Terri Goslin-Jones, Ph.D.
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Terri Goslin-Jones, PhD, is the Creativity Studies Specialization Lead faculty at Saybrook.
Her reason for teaching is to support life-long learners who are on a personal quest to create change in their life and in their part of the world. Creativity is at the heart of her work. Terri believes that every person has a creative, unique spirit, and that creative energy is a vehicle for growth. In her dissertation, The Perceived Effects of Person-Centered Expressive Arts on One's Work, Terri wrote, "Work can be a sacred place where people are giving birth to their deepest passions and creative spirit."
In her private practice as a workplace psychologist, Terri works with individuals and groups. Her business mission is to "Discover the Wonder of People at Work™." Her consulting work includes several key areas: creativity and expressive arts-based learning, executive/life coaching, leadership development, mindfulness, and team building. Terri has found that work becomes more meaningful when creativity is nurtured in the workplace through the expression of a person's unique gifts, talents, and perspectives.
Terri completed her doctorate in psychology and also completed a two-year Person-Centered Expressive Arts certificate program as well as the Creativity Studies certificate. Terri teaches courses in Art-based Inquiry, Coaching, Creativity, Expressive Arts, Leadership, Humanistic Psychology, and Professional Development. She is a Registered Expressive Arts Consultant/Educator (REACE) and serves as an International Expressive Arts Therapist Association board member.
She has received certification in coaching (ICF through Lee Hecht Harrison), MBTI, HOGAN, Dimensional management training, Dismantling Racism-NCCJ, International Association of Quality Circles, and Leadership Effectiveness Analysis 360 Feedback. Terri is currently participating in the 2016 year-long facilitator training program with UCLA's Mindfulness Research Awareness Center (MARC).
Terri completed the 20-day, Nine-Gates Mystery School, an experiential immersion from the Celtic, African, Native American, Spiritual Psychology, Sufi, esoteric Christian, Hindu, Sound Healing, Kabbalah, and Buddhist traditions. She has a passion for exploring humanistic and transpersonal psychology, world religions, and multi-cultural worldviews.
- Areas of Expertise
Area Expertise Business/IO Psychology Leadership Career/Workplace Issues Career Development Work/Life Balance Coaching Executive and Career Coaching Health and Wellness Coaching Life Coaching Consciousness & Spirituality Studies Spirituality Counselor Education Creativity Mindfulness Creativity Studies Arts and healing Creativity Human Resource Management Leadership & Management Leadership Approaches and Practices Business/IO Psychology Psychology Humanistic Psychology
- Education History
Degree Institution Year Ph.D. Psychology Saybrook University, San Francisco, CA 2010 M.S. Personnel and Counseling Miami University of Ohio, Oxford, Ohio 1980 B.S. Psychology Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan 1978
- Professional Memberships
Role Organization Board, Co-Chair REACE Professional Registration International Expressive Arts Therapists Association Member American Psychological Association Member Institute of Noetic Sciences
- Community Involvement
Role Organization Board member and Co-Chair Professional Standards Committee International Expressive Arts Therapists Association (IEATA) Board Member Forsyth School "Artist in Residence"
- Curriculum Vitae
Goslin-Jones, T. & Herron, S.A. (2016). Cutting Edge Person-Centered Expressive Arts. In C. Lago & D. Charr (Ed.) The Person-Centred counseling and psychotherapy handbook (pp. p.199-211). New York: Open University Press, McGraw-Hill Education.
Goslin-Jones, T. & Herron, S.A. (2016). Person-Centred Expressive Arts Therapy: An experiential psychology of self-realization.. In P. Wilkins (Ed.) Person-Centred and experiential therapies (pp. p. 89-103). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Goslin-Jones, T. (2011). Using expressive arts to transform the workplace. In In N. Rogers (Vol. Author, and Ed. of Chapter 10, Applications of Person-Centered Expressive Arts Group Facilitation), The creative connection for groups: Person-Centered Expressive Arts for healing and social change (pp. pp. 354-357). Palo Alto, CA: Science and Behavior Books.
Richards, R., Kolva, J., ...Goslin-Jones, T., et al. (2011). Creativity revalued: How professors, students, and an innovative university are turning the tide. In NeuroQuantology (pp. 9(3), 468-493). : .
Goslin-Jones, T. (2010). The perceived effects of person-centered expressive arts on one's work experience. In ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. UMI number: 3418296. Available at www.terrigoslin-jones.com: .