Background: David F. Sowerby, Ph.D. is a Consultant, and has been serving individuals, groups, organizations, businesses, and agencies for over 30 years. Dr. Sowerby is also an Adjunct Faculty Member in the Psychology Departments at Sonoma State University and Dominican University of California. Previously, he was an Adjunct Faculty Member at San Jose State University, John F. Kennedy University, the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, and City College of San Francisco. See below for a list of courses Dr. Sowerby has taught at the graduate and undergraduate levels at these institutions. He has served as an Expert Outside Reader, Chairperson, Committee Member, and Advisor for doctoral dissertations and master's theses, and taught in the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Sonoma State University. Dr. Sowerby has been interviewed on television, radio, podcasting, and for newspapers, and given guest lectures at many universities, conferences, and community centers. He has published research in the areas of intuition and hypnosis, and is the author of a book on intuition, dreams, and healing. Dr. Sowerby has worked as a Psychotherapist (in Canada), Academic Administrator, Manager, and Sports Instructor; served on community development councils (local and national); and played competitive sports (local, interstate, and international). He graduated from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology with a Ph.D. (Psychology) and an M.A.T.P. (Psychology), Wilfrid Laurier University with an M.S.W. (Social Work), and the University of Western Ontario with a B.A. (Psychology).
Courses Taught at Graduate Schools and Universities: Adult Development and Aging; Behavioral Psychology; Careers in Psychology; Cognition; Critical Thinking; Counseling Psychology; Creating Your Future; Cross-Cultural Communication; Death and Dying; Developmental Psychology; Psychology of Dreams; Exceptional Human Experiences; Existential Psychology; General Psychology; Small Group Interaction; Health Psychology; History and Systems of Psychology; Holistic Studies; Humanistic Psychology; Human Relations; Intuition; Jungian Psychology; Motivation; Myth, Dream, and Symbol; Psychology of Peak Performance; Personality; Psychoanalysis; Psychopathology; Psychology of Religion; Qualitative Research; Human Sexuality; Psychology of Stress; Social Psychology; Sports Psychology; Transpersonal Psychology.
Note: Dr. Sowerby is not a California licensed Psychologist