Edward Santana, Ph.D., is a Registered Psychotherapist and teaches advanced clinical training courses for doctoral students. He also advises organizations on strategy and innovation by integrating critical depth psychological perspectives. His career includes a range of business, organizational, clinical, and academic experience. He held leadership positions as a senior management executive, clinical program director, and congressional staff member. Edward also led a team of therapists in a transformative program serving incarcerated youth at two California prisons. He was Executive Director of the Ontario Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, a large division of the AAMFT, in Toronto, Canada, where he also maintained a private practice.  He currently practices in San Francisco, California, and is a member of the medial staff at University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Psychiatric Hospital.
Ph.D., Depth Psychology, Psychotherapy, Pacifica, CA, USA
M.A., Counseling Psychology, Pacifica, CA, USA
Executive Coaching, Georgetown University, Washington, DC
Executive Leadership, Georgetown University, Washington, DC
B.A., Political Science, Penn State University, PA
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
His research interests include gender and sexuality, psychotherapy theory and practice, Jungian and post-Jungian studies, socio-political activism and human rights, and organizational/leadership studies.