Jeff Singer, MA
Jeff Singer is a third year PsyD student at the University of Denver’s, Graduate School of Professional Psychology. Jeff is currently being trained in psychotherapy from a psychodynamic and existential-humanistic lens. His passion and interest for existential and humanistic thought has inspired him to become involved in a variety of professional organizations. Jeff is currently a student member of Division 32’s Society for Humanistic Psychology. He has also served as a panelist at University Professors Press’s 10th annual conference on “Advancing Humanistic, Existential, and Transpersonal Psychology and Scholarship.” Jeff has had a variety of clinical experiences through his training program. These include working at an inpatient substance use rehabilitation center, a private school for neurodiverse students, a community mental health clinic conducting long-term depth therapy. Jeff has also been running grief groups at Temple Sinai in Denver, Colorado. Prior to pursuing his doctorate degree, Jeff spent time teaching English in Vietnam, Thailand, and Indonesia. His passion for exploring different cultures has deeply informed and inspired his clinical work. Jeff is planning on writing his doctoral research paper on experiences of awe within the therapeutic dyad.
- Denver, Colorado, USA