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Who is Elliott Ingersoll?

Elliott Ingersoll is co-director of I-I Psychology Center at Integral University and Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Counseling, Administration, Supervision, and Adult Learning at Cleveland State University. He is licensed as a Professional Clinical Counselor and a psychologist in the state of Ohio. He has authored and co-authored four books, and two dozen articles and book chapters on topics ranging from Integral Theory to its infusion in counseling, spirituality, psychopharmacology, and diagnosis. Most recently, Elliott co-authored Psychopharmacology for Helping Professionals: An Integral Exploration (2005). He lives in Kent, Ohio with his wife Jennifer, son Brady, and newborn daughter Kaitlyn.



Elliott has appeared on Integral Naked:

The "We" of Psychopharmacology1/21/2008
Integral Psychopharmacology: An Introduction1/14/2008
Medication and Subjectivity12/31/2007
Pharmacodynamics and Word Magic12/24/2007
The Shadow9/25/2006
The Three Selves9/4/2006
Ladder, Climber, View8/28/2006
Elliot's Ear for Psychotherapy7/17/2006

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