Jan 16, 2019
Byron Gaist has a Ph.D. in Psychoanalytic Studies from the University of Essex in the UK, with an emphasis on Jungian analytical psychology. He has also completed psychotherapy training in the person-centered approach and the use of guided imagery in music therapy. He is the author of "Creative Suffering and the Wounded Healer: Analytical Psychology and Orthodox Christian Theology". He works for the National Addictions Authority in Nicosia, Cyprus, and when he isn't there, he is either teaching psychology, sociology, and philosophy at American College, Nicosia, or counseling clients in private practice. He lives in Nicosia with his wife, two teenage daughters, a dog, and a cat, who get on quite well most of the time!