Curriculum Vitae

Ronald Stephen Valle, Ph.D.

Psychologist

California License:  #PSY8615

Ron Valle, Ph.D. is a psychotherapist, professor of psychology, and published scholar.  Ron has served as a psychologist for over 35 years working with individuals, couples, and families in a variety of clinical settings. He employs an integrated therapy approach, specializing in clients with chronic pain, post-traumatic experience, and stress-related disorders as well as those facing a life-threatening diagnosis and their families.  He has served as a professor in both behavioral and existential departments of psychology at major universities and has published extensively, including six books and over 60 professional journal articles and book chapters in the areas of clinical, humanistic, existential, social, phenomenological, transpersonal, and philosophical psychology.  A long-time practitioner and teacher of meditation, Ron developed the Integrated Therapy Program for Transforming Stress and Pain while director of an outpatient university hospital pain clinic.  He is editor of The Changing Faces of Therapy:  Evolving Perspectives in Clinical Practice and Assessment and author of Opening to Dying and Grieving: A Sacred Journey.

CURRICULUM VITAE


HOME OFFICE

7205 Keyesport Way

Discovery Bay, CA 94505

925-389-6158

email:  ronvalle@aol.com

WORK

Executive Mental Health

Fruitvale Health Center, Oakland, CA

Masonic Skilled Nursing Facility, Union City, CA

EDUCATION

1973-1975    Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

                     Post-Doctoral Clinical Training

                     Edward L. Murray, C.S.Sp., Ph.D., Supervisor

 1971-1973   University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

                      Doctor of Philosophy, Social Psychology, September, 1973

                      Doctoral dissertation:  The effects of alpha wave biofeedback

                      training on selected social psychological and personality 

                      variables.

  1969-1971   University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

                       Master of Science, Social Psychology, August, 1971

                       Master's thesis:  The equilibration model of attitude change: 

                       An initial test.

 1965-1969     Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

                       Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, June, 1969                             

PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

Clinical Experience

2018-2019    Staff Psychologist

                     Executive Mental Health, Los Angeles, CA

2017-2019    Psychologist

                     Awakening Counseling Center, Discovery Bay, CA

2015             Psychologist

                     Mount Diablo Integrative Wellness Center, Walnut Creek, CA

2013-2016    Psychologist

                     Health Medicine Center, Walnut Creek, CA

2009-2010    Psychologist

                     Geriatric Counseling, Inc., La Mesa, CA

1998-2016    Psychologist

                     Awakening Counseling Center, Brentwood, CA

1992-1995    Psychologist

                     Rose Street Center, Danville, CA

1990-1993    Psychologist

                      Brauer Medical Center, Palo Alto, CA

1989              Psychologist

                      Integrative Therapy Center, Concord, CA

1988-1998    Psychologist

                     Private Professional Practice, Walnut Creek, CA

1984-1985    Psychologist

                     Transpersonal Center

                     Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Menlo Park, CA

1984-1985    Psychologist and Director

                     Treatment program for pain control and stress-related disorders

                     Sacramento Pain Center, Sacramento, CA

1984             Psychologist

                     Omnibus Clinic, Davis, CA

1981-1983    Psychologist and Clinical Staff

                     Pain Control Clinic

                     Presbyterian-University Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA

1979-1983    Psychologist and Director

                     Holistic Center of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

1978-1983    Psychologist and Founder

                     Center for the Development of Consciousness and Personal

                          Growth, Wexford, PA

Administration Experience:  Graduate Level

1985-1986     Acting Dean

                      Graduate School of Holistic Studies

                      JFK University, Orinda, CA

 1984-1989    Associate Dean

                      Graduate School of Holistic Studies

                      JFK University, Orinda, CA

Academic Experience:  Graduate Level

2012-2018    Full Professor

                     Clinical Psychology Program

                     American School of Professional Psychology

                     Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area, Alameda, CA

                     Committees:  Scholarship/Chair

                                          Curriculum

                                          Faculty Council

2012             Adjunct Faculty

                     Alliant International University, San Francisco, CA

2008-2012    Associate Professor

                     Clinical Psychology Program

                     Argosy University, San Francisco, Alameda, CA

                     Committees:  Scholarship/Chair

                                          Student Professional Development/SPDC

                                          Faculty Council

2007-2008     Adjunct Faculty

                      Argosy University, San Francisco, Alameda, CA

2004-2011    Adjunct Research Faculty

                     Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA

2002-2009    Instructor

                     Institute of Imaginal Studies, Petaluma, CA

1990-1998    Adjunct Professor

                     Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA

1990-1997    Professor

                     Rosebridge Grad. School of Integrative Psychology, Concord, CA                                                        

                     Committees:  Faculty Recruitment

                                           Curriculum

1989-1997    Director

                     Awakening to Life and Death:  A Certificate Program for Working                                                                                          

                           with the Dying

                     Rosebridge Grad. School of Integrative Psychology, Concord, CA

1987-1990    Adjunct Professor

                      Rosebridge Grad. School of Integrative Psychology, Concord, CA

1984-1990    Adjunct Professor

                     Saybrook Institute, San Francisco, CA

1984-1989    Associate Professor

                     Graduate School of Holistic Studies

                     JFK University, Orinda, CA

1984-1997    Adjunct Professor

                     California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, CA

1980-1983    Adjunct Assistant Professor

                     Department of Anesthesiology

                     University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA

Graduate Courses Taught:

Advanced Person-Centered Theory and Supervision

Advanced Social Psychology

Aging and Long-Term Care

Assessment and Treatment of Substance Disorders

Delivering Psychological Services to Vulnerable Populations

Field-Work Practicum:  Working with the Dying

History and Systems of Psychology

Individual and Social Experience

Integrated Therapy Program:  Transforming Pain and Stress

Paradigms and Methods of Clinical Research

Person-Centered and Experiential Theory and Therapy

Phenomenological Theory and Research in Psychology

Psychology of Dying and Grieving

Psychology of Meditation

Social Psychology

Theories of Personality

Therapeutic Process

Doctoral Dissertation Committees:

2008-2018    Chair and Reader, Clinical Research Projects                                                                               

                     Argosy University, San Francisco, Alameda, CA

1990-2018    Chair and Committee Member

                     Institute of Transpersonal Psychology/Sofia University,

                          Palo Alto, CA

1989-1997    Chair and Committee member

                     Rosebridge Grad. School of Integrative Psychology, Concord, CA

1985-2018    Committee Member and External Reviewer

                     California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, CA

1985-1990    Committee Member

                     Saybrook Institute, San Francisco, CA

1981             Committee Member

                     Department of Social Work

                     University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

Academic Experience:  Undergraduate Level

2007-2008    Adjunct Professor

                     Department of Psychology

                     California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA

2006-2009    Adjunct Professor

                     Department of Psychology

                     San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

2001-2009    Adjunct Professor

                     Department of Psychology

                     California State University, Sacramento, CA

1985-1987    Instructor

                     Vista College, Berkeley, CA

1984-1987    Faculty Mentor

                     Columbia Pacific University, San Rafael, CA

1979-1980    Instructor

                     Continuing Education Department

                     Pennsylvania State University, Beaver Campus, Monaca, PA

1978-1979    Instructor

                     Department of Psychology

                     LaRoche College, Pittsburgh, PA

1977-1978    Research Assistant Professor

                     Department of Psychology

                     University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

                     Position:  Psychology Director

                                    University External Studies Program

1973-1977    Assistant Professor

                     Department of Psychology

                     Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

                     Committees:  Psi Chi Advisor

                                          Library Service

1972-1973    Instructor

                     Department of Psychology

                     University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

                     Director of senior independent studies:

                          Psychophysiology and biofeedback

                          Existential-phenomenological psychology

1971             Teaching Fellow

                     Department of Psychology

                     University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

1969             Teaching Assistant

                     Department of Psychology

                     University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

Undergraduate Courses Taught:

Cognition

Developmental Psychology

Group Dynamics

History and Systems of Psychology

Humanistic Psychology

Introductory Psychology

Physiology and Psychology of Stress

Psychological Aspects of Aging

Psychology of Death and Dying

Social Problems

Social Psychology

Statistics

Theories of Personality

Transpersonal Psychology

Continuing Education And Other Workshops

Bringing Therapeutic Awareness to Painful Experiences with Religion

Conscious Divorce

Freedom From Addiction:  A Transpersonal Perspective

Inner Dialogue:  On Becoming Your Own Therapist

Integrated Therapy Program for Transforming Pain and Stress

The Journey Within:  Exploring the Unconscious Mind

Living, Dying, and Grieving

Phenomenological Theory and Research in Psychology

Psychology of Consciousness and Spiritual Development

Small Groups Laboratory

Theory and Practice of Meditation

Transpersonal Psychology          

 Non-Profit Organization and Volunteer Experience

2008-2018    Board of Directors and Steering Committee Member

                     Association of Himalayan Yoga Meditation Societies of the

                          Americas, Minneapolis, MN

2001-2003    Facilitator

                     Grief Awareness Group

                     Sutter-Delta Medical Center, Antioch, CA

2000-2018    Facilitator

                     Grief Awareness Group

                     John Muir Medical Center, Concord, CA

1992-2017    Founder and Director

                     Awakening:  A Center for Exploring Living and Dying,

                          Brentwood, CA, 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization

1990-1991    Education Committee Chair

                     Living/Dying Project, Fairfax, CA

1989-1991    Trainer

                     Volunteer Training Program

                     Living/Dying Project, Fairfax, CA

1989-1990    Board of Directors and Education Committee Chair

                     Divya Jyoti Center, Napa, CA

1987-1991    Volunteer and Group Facilitator

                     Living/Dying Project, Fairfax, CA

1986-1993    Volunteer

                     Bernadette Foundation, Santa Rosa, CA

1984-1987    Member and Volunteer

                     Melia Foundation, Berkeley, CA

PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS

2003    Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-500)

            Yoga Alliance, Arlington, VA

1987    Ordained Minister

            Bernadette Foundation, Santa Rosa, CA

1984    California Licensed Psychologist (#PSY8615)

1981    Certified Practitioner

            Biofeedback Certification Institute of America

SPECIAL DISTINCTIONS

2016            Invited Editor of Special Journal Edition.  Recent

                           phenomenological research:  Investigating experiences with

                     clinical applicability.  Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology.                                                                                                                                                        

2009-2018    U.S. Commerce Association Counseling Services Award

                     Awakening Counseling Center, Brentwood, California

2007-2018    Editorial Board

                     Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology

2007-2013    Mentor for Yoga Philosophy

                     Himalayan Yoga Tradition Teachers Training Program,

                           Minneapolis, MN

2007             Nautilus Book Awards Finalist for Opening to Dying and     

                           Grieving:  A Sacred Journey

2007              U. S. Book News Award Finalist for Opening to Dying and

                           Grieving:  A Sacred Journey

2002-2004    Teacher Training Committee

                      Association of Himalayan Yoga Meditation Societies                 

                            International, Minneapolis, MN

2000-2005    Associate Chaplain

                     Kaiser Permanente Hospital and Hospice, Walnut Creek, CA

1997-2013    Continuing Education Provider for MFTs and LCSWs

                      Board of Behavioral Sciences (#PCE4)

1996-2013     Continuing Education Provider for RNs and LVNs

                       Board of Registered Nursing (#CEP11529)

1995-2000    Continuing Education Provider for psychologists

                      MCEP Accrediting Agency (#AWA002)

1984-1987    Scientific Advisory Board

                     Center for Consciousness Studies

                     Saybrook Institute, San Francisco, CA

1983-1986    Editorial Board

                     Journal of Metaphor and Symbolic Activity

1980-1985    Editorial Board and Advisor

                     ReVision:  A Journal of Knowledge and Consciousness

1980             Program Chair

                     Division 24, Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology

                     American Psychological Association

1979-1986    Co-founder and Membership Chair

                     Proposed Division of Transpersonal Psychology

                     American Psychological Association

1979             Director of Conference, "On Learning to Be Human:

                     Exploring the Metaphors of Consciousness," Pittsburgh, PA

 PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

 American Psychological Association

       Division 8 (Social Psychology)

       Division 24 (Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology)

       Division 26 (History of Psychology)

       Division 32 (Humanistic Psychology)

American Counseling Association

Association of Himalayan Yoga Meditation Societies International

PUBLICATIONS

Books Published:

Valle, R. (Ed.) (1998).  Phenomenological inquiry:  Existential and

       transpersonal dimensions.  New York, NY:  Plenum Press.

Valle, R. (Ed.) (2016).  The changing faces of therapy:  Evolving

       perspectives in clinical practice and assessment.  Raleigh, NC:

       Lulu Publishing & Alameda, CA:  Argosy University, San Francisco.

Valle, R. & Halling, S. (Eds.) (1989).  Existential-phenomenological

       perspectives in psychology; Exploring the breadth of human

       experience; With a special section on transpersonal psychology.

       New York, NY:  Plenum Press.

Valle, R. & King, M. (Eds.) (1978).  Existential-phenomenological alternatives

       for psychology.  New York, NY:  Oxford University Press.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2006).  Opening to dying and grieving:  A sacred

       journey.  Saint Paul, MN:  Yes International Publishers.

Valle, R. & von Eckartsberg, R. (Eds.) (1981, 1989).  Metaphors of

       consciousness.  New York, NY:  Plenum Press.

Manuscripts Published:

Carpenter, J. & Valle, R. (1981, 1989).  On the shifting structure of

       mathematical paradigms.  In R. Valle & R. von Eckartsberg (Eds.),

       Metaphors of consciousness.  New York, NY:  Plenum Press.  pp.

       461-472.

DeGood, D., Chisholm, R,, & Valle, R. (1976).  The interrelationships of

       parietal alpha and frontalis muscle activity during biofeedback

       training.  Psychophysiology, 13, 164.  (Abstract)

DeGood, D. & Valle, R. (1975).  A state-trait analysis of alpha density and

       personality variables in a normal population.  Journal of Clinical

       Psychology, 31, 624-631.

DeGood, D., Valle, R., Elkin, B., & Lessin, S. (1977).  Expectancy influence on

       self-reported experience during alpha feedback training:  Subject and

       situational factors.  Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 2, 183-194.

Dey, S., Persing, J., & Valle, R. (2014).  Mindfulness, smartphone apps, and

       emotion regulation:  A mixed methods study.  Cyberpsychology,

       Behavior, and Social Networking.

Elkin, B., Lessin, S., DeGood, D., & Valle, R. (1976).  Subject and situational

       expectancy influences on self-reported experience during alpha

       feedback training.  Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 1, 342-343.

Floyd, N. & Valle, R. (2016).  Ayurvedic medicine:  Applying ancient wisdom

       to contemporary health concerns.  In R. Valle (Ed.), The changing

       faces of therapy:  Innovative perspectives on current issues, disorders,

       and assessment (pp. 272-319).  Alameda, CA:  Argosy University,

       San Francisco.

Hill, J. & Valle, R. (2016).  Synchronicity and grief:  Utilizing the experience

       of meaningful coincidence occurring during bereavement in grief

       counseling. In R. Valle (Ed.), The changing faces of therapy:  Evolving

       perspectives in clinical practice and assessment (pp. 416-447).

       Alameda, CA:  Argosy University, San Francisco.

King, M., Valle, R., & Citrenbaum, C. (1978). Existential-phenomenological

       implications for psychotherapy.  In R. Valle & M. King (Eds.),

       Existential-phenomenological alternatives for psychology (pp. 265-273).

       New York, NY:  Oxford University Press.

Leavitt, D., Valle, R., & von Eckartsberg, R. (1981, 1989).  Speculative

       approaches to consciousness in science fiction.  Conclusion.  In R. Valle

       & R. von Eckartsberg (Eds.), Metaphors of consciousness (pp. 395-415).

       New York, NY:  Plenum Press.

Levine, J., Ranelli, C., & Valle, R. (1974).  Self-evaluation and reaction to a

       shifting other.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 29,

       637-643.

Levine, J. & Valle, R. (1975).  The convert as a credible communicator.  Social

       Behavior and Personality, 3, 81-90.

Mohs, M. & Valle, R. (2016).  Transpersonal perspectives in the nature

       and treatment of substance abuse.  In R. Valle (Ed.), The changing faces

       of therapy:  Evolving perspectives in clinical practice and assessment

       (pp. 392-415).  Alameda, CA:  Argosy University, San Francisco.

Prescott, M. & Valle, R. (1978).  An existential-phenomenological look at

       cognitive-developmental theory and research.  In R. Valle & M. King

       (Eds.), Existential-phenomenological alternatives for psychology (pp.

       153-165).  New York, NY:  Oxford University Press.

Rockwell, D. & Valle, R. (2016).  Mindfulness as therapy:  How Buddhist

       psychology contributes to enhancing therapist efficacy and client

       outcomes.  In R. Valle (Ed.), The changing faces of therapy:  Evolving

       perspectives in clinical practice and assessment (pp. 320-360).

       Alameda, CA:  Argosy University, San Francisco.

Schore, N. & Valle, R. (1981, 1989).  Chemistry and human awareness;

       natural scientific connections.  In R. Valle & R. von Eckartsberg (Eds.),

       Metaphors of consciousness (pp. 437-460).  New York, NY:  Plenum Press.

Valle, R. (1968).  Human interaction and the concept of personal space.

       Carnegie Technical, 33, 42-48.

Valle, R. (1977).  Human electroencephalography:  An indexed bibliography.

        Psychophysiology, 14, 602.  (Announcement)

Valle, R. (1980).  Relativistic quantum psychology:  An interface between the

        Vedantic tradition and modern physics.  American Theosophist, 68 (10),

        329-339.

Valle, R. (1981, 1989).  Relativistic quantum psychology:  A

        reconceptualization of what we thought we knew.  In R. Valle & R. von

        Eckartsberg (Eds.), Metaphors of consciousness (pp. 419-436).  New

        York, NY:  Plenum Press.

Valle, R. (1981).  The Vedantic tradition:  The science of yoga and the sutras

        of Patanjali. ReVision, 4 (2), 72-77.

Valle, R. (1984).  Book review of The psychic thread:  Paranormal and

        transpersonal aspects of psychotherapy by Elizabeth E. Mintz.

        Association for Transpersonal Psychology Newsletter, Summer, 7.

Valle, R. (1986).  Transpersonal psychology:  A response to Rollo May.

        Humanistic Psychologist, 14(3), 210-213.

Valle, R. (1986).  Two metaphors of consciousness:  Sankhya philosophy and

        samaya tantra.  Journal of Metaphor and Symbolic Activity.

Valle, R. (1988).  Reflections of a volunteer.  Living/Dying Project Newsletter,

         1,1.

Valle, R. (1989).  The emergence of transpersonal psychology.  In R. Valle &

         S. Halling (Eds.), Existential-phenomenological perspectives in

         psychology (pp. 257-268).  New York, NY:  Plenum Press.

Valle, R. (1990).  Book review of The enneagram by Helen Palmer.

         Association of Humanistic Psychology Perspective, March-April, 10.

Valle, R. (1992).  Awakening to life and death.  In F. N. Magill (Ed.), Survey

        of science:  Life science.  Pasadena, CA.:  Salem Press.

Valle, R. (1995).  Towards a transpersonal-phenomenological psychology:

        On transcendent awareness, passion, and peace of mind.  Journal of

        East-West Psychology, 1(1), 9-15.

Valle, R. (1998).  Transpersonal awareness:  Implications for

        phenomenological research.  In R. Valle (Ed.), Phenomenological

        inquiry in psychology (pp. 273-279).  New York, NY:  Plenum Press.

Valle, R. (2001). The science of yoga and western psychology (Part I).

        Himalayan Path, 1(3), 25-30.

Valle, R. (2001). The science of yoga and western psychology (Part II).

        Himalayan Path, 2(1), 28-36.

Valle, R. (2002). The science of yoga and western psychology (Part III).

       Himalayan Path, 2(2), 32-40.

Valle, R. (2006).  The story behind “Energy of Consciousness in the Human

        Personality.”  Himalayan Path, 6(4), 30-31.

Valle, R. (2007).  Teachers of transformation.  In M. Schlitz, C. Vieten, &

        T. Amorok (Eds.), Living deeply:  The art & science of transformation

        in everyday life.  Oakland, CA:  New Harbinger Publications.

Valle, R. (2012).  Book review of Shamanic wisdom in the pyramid texts:

        The mystical tradition of ancient Egypt by Jeremy Naydler, Journal of

        Tropical Psychology.

Valle, R. (2012).  Editor of What is right with the world; The human urge for

        peace by Swami Veda Bharati.  Rishikesh, India:  AHYMSIN Publishers.

Valle, R. (2012).  Foreword for Running on empty:  Transcending the

        economic culture's seduction of our youth by James Nelson.  Edina,

        MN:  Beaver Pond Press.

Valle, R. (2016).  On relieving pain and suffering:  The integrated therapy

        program for stress-related disorders, PTSD, and chronic pain.  In R. Valle

        (Ed.), The changing faces of therapy:  Evolving perspectives in clinical

        practice and assessment (pp. 227-271).  Alameda, CA:  Argosy

        University, San Francisco.

Valle, R. (2019).  Toward a psychology of silence.  Humanistic Psychologist, in     

        press.

Valle, R. & DeGood, D. (1976).  Alpha control and self-reported drug use.

        Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 1, 356.  (Abstract)

Valle, R. & DeGood, D. (1976).  EEG alpha control and self-reported drug use.

        Journal of Biofeedback, 3(2), 26-30.

Valle, R. & DeGood, D. (1977).  Effects of state-trait anxiety on the ability to

        enhance and suppress EEG alpha.  Psychophysiology, 14, 1-7.

Valle, R. & DeGood, D. (2007).  Effects of state-trait anxiety on the ability to

        enhance and suppress EEG alpha.  Psychophysiology, 14, 1-7.

Valle, R. & Floyd, N. (2017).  Psychology of devotion and devotional   

        experience:  A developmental perspective.  Humanistic Psychologist

        45(2), 7-19.

Valle, R. & Harari, C. (1985).  Current developments in transpersonal

        psychology.  Humanistic Psychologist, 13(1), 11-15.

Valle, R. & King, M. (1978).  An introduction to existential-phenomenological

        thought in psychology.  In R. Valle & M. King (Eds.), Existential-

        phenomenological alternatives for psychology (pp. 3-17).  New York,

        NY:  Oxford University Press.

Valle, R., King, M., & Halling, S. (1989).  An introduction to existential-

        phenomenological thought in psychology.  In R. Valle & S. Halling (Eds.),

        Existential-phenomenological perspectives in psychology (pp. 3-16).

         New York, NY:  Plenum Press.

Valle, R. & Levine, J. (1975).  Expectation effects in alpha wave control.

        Psychophysiology, 12, 306-309.

Valle, R. & Levine, J. (1976).  Expectation effects in alpha wave control.  In

        T. Barber, L. DiCara, J. Kamiya, N. Miller, D. Shapiro, & J. Stoyva (Eds.),

        Biofeedback and self-control, 1975/76 (pp. 242-245).  Chicago, IL:

        Aldine Publishing Company.

Valle, R. & Levine, J. (2007).  Expectation effects in alpha wave control.

        Psychophysiology, 12, 306-309.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (1998).  Transpersonal awareness in phenomenological

        inquiry:  Philosophy, reflections, and recent research.  In W. Braud &

        R. Anderson (Eds.), Transpersonal research methods for the social

        sciences:  Honoring human experience (pp. 95-113).  Thousand Oaks,

         CA:  Sage Publishers.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2005).  Aging with awareness.  In M. Schlitz, T. Amorok,

         and M. Micozzi (Eds.), Consciousness and healing:  An anthology of

         integral approaches to mind-body medicine (pp. 193-199).  St. Louis,

         MO:  Elsevier.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2006).  Transpersonal awareness in phenomenological

         inquiry.  Alternative Journal of Nursing, 10, March, 1-16.

Valle, R. & Valle, V. (1983).  A holistic approach to pain:  Management and

         relief.  Association for Transpersonal Psychology Newsletter, Spring, 11.

Valle, R. & Valle, V. (1984).  Spiritual marriage.  Yoga Journal, November-

        December, 12-14.

Valle, R. & Valle, V. (1985).  Spiritual marriage.  JFK University Student

        Association Newsletter, 5(10), 4.

Valle, V., DeGood, D., & Valle, R. (1978).  Psychophysiological responses and

        task performance in like- and cross-sex competition.  Sex Roles, A

        Journal of Research, 4, 445-454.

Valle, V. & Valle, R. (1977).  A probabilistic model of attribution applied to an

        achievement situation.  Social Behavior and Personality, 5, 113-123.

Valle, V. & Valle, R. (1979).  Five selected approaches to the human

        personality.  In G. Zaltman and M. Wallendorf (Eds.), Consumer

        behavior:  Basic findings and management implications (pp. 356-399).

        New York, NY:  John Wiley & Sons.

von Eckartsberg, R. & Valle, R. (1980).  Heideggerian thinking and the Eastern

        mind.  ReVision, 3(2), 100-110.

von Eckartsberg, R. & Valle, R. (1981, 1989).  Heideggerian thinking and the

        Eastern mind.  In R. Valle and R. von Eckartsberg (Eds.), Metaphors of

        consciousness (pp. 287-311).  New York, NY: Plenum Press.

INVITED PAPERS AND SYMPOSIA

Anderson, R., Braud, W., & Valle, R. (1996, April).  Disciplined inquiry for

        transpersonal studies:  Old and new approaches to research.  Paper

        presented at the Western Psychological Association Convention,

        San Jose, CA.

Anderson, R., Valle, R., & Braud, W. (1998, August).  Honoring human

        experience: Transpersonal research and writing.  Symposium presented

        at the Associa-tion for Transpersonal Psychology Convention, Pacific

        Grove, CA.

Chisholm, R., Adams, A., Valle, R., & DeGood, D. (1975, January).  Effects

       of occipital alpha training on EEG response to a laboratory stressor.

       Paper presented at the Biofeedback Society of America Convention,

       Monterey, CA.

DeGood, D., Chisholm, R., & Valle, R. (1975, October).  The interrelationships

       of parietal alpha and frontalis muscle activity during biofeedback

       training.  Paper presented at the Psychophysiological Research Society

       Convention, Toronto, Ontario.

DeGood, D. & Valle, R. (1974, April).  Alpha production and adjustment in

       college males.  Paper presented at the Eastern Psychological Association

       Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Elkin, B., Lessin, S., DeGood, D., & Valle, R. (1976, February).  Subject and

       situational expectancy influences on self-reported experience during

       alpha feedback training.  Paper presented at the Biofeedback Society of

       America Convention, Colorado Springs, CO.

Jevons, C. & Valle, R. (2013, July).  Giving voice to client suicide in clinical

       training programs:  A transcultural phenomenon.  Paper presented at

       the American Psychological Association Convention, Honolulu, HI.

Klimo, J. & Valle, R. (2014, March).  The care and preservation of private

       experience and belief in a public and scientific worldPaper presented

       at the Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference (Division 32 of the

       American Psychological Association), Sofia University, Palo Alto, CA.

Klimo, J. & Valle, R. (2014, August).  Toward the development of a post-

        Cartesian psychology.  Paper presented at the American Psychological

        Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Valle, R. (Chair) (1978, August).  The nature of consciousness.  Symposium

        presented at the American Psychological Association Convention, 

        Toronto, Ontario.

Valle, R. (Chair) (1979, September).  Critical examination of fundamental

        issues:  Emotion and time.  Paper session presented at the American

        Psychological Association Convention, New York, NY.

Valle, R. (Chair) (1979, September).  Holography and Eastern philosophy:

        Holistic reexaminations of contemporary psychology.  Symposium

        presented at the American Psychological Association Convention,

        New York, NY.

Valle, R. (Chair) (1980, September).  Classical yoga systems:  A practical non-

       reductionistic psychology and therapy.  Symposium presented at the

       American Psychological Association Convention, Montreal, Quebec.

Valle, R. (1980, September).  Relativistic quantum psychology:  Re-

       conceptualizations of what we thought we knew.  Paper presented at the

       American Psychological Association Convention, Montreal, Quebec.

Valle, R. (Invited panel member) (1981, August).  Professional development,

       activities, and organizations:  Injecting transpersonal juice into mainline

       professional activities.  Symposium presented at the Association for

       Transpersonal Psychology Convention, Monterey, CA.

Valle, R. (1981, August).  The Vedantic tradition:  The science of yoga and

       the sutras of Patanjali.  Paper presented at the American Psychological

       Association Convention, Los Angeles, CA.

Valle, R. (Chair) (1982, August).  Spirituality and human relationship: 

       Looking from the inside out.  Symposium presented at the American

       Psychological Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Valle, R. (1982, August).  Paramahansa Yogananda:  The man, the mystic,

       the philosopher.  Paper presented at the American Psychological

       Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Valle, R. (1983, August).  Renunciation and samaya tantra:  The yogic path

       to God.  Paper presented at the American Psychological Association

       Convention, Anaheim, CA.

Valle, R. (1983, August).  Revisioning human relationship:  From new physics

       to new psychology.  Paper presented at the American Psychological

       Association Convention, Anaheim, CA.

Valle, R. (1983, December).  Will, faith, and intuition:  The cornerstones of

       yoga psychology.  Paper presented at the Association for Transpersonal

       Psychology Convention, Stony Point, NY.

Valle, R. (Chair) (1984, August).  Non-violence:  Social and spiritual

       perspectives.  Symposium presented at the American Psychological

       Association Convention, Toronto, Ontario.

Valle, R. (1984, August).  A comparison of the Hindu and Jain interpretations

       of non-violence.  Paper presented at the American Psychological

       Association Convention, Toronto, Ontario.

Valle, R. (Chair) (1985, August).  From humanistic to transpersonal

       psychology:  A natural evolution.  Symposium presented at the American

       Psychological Association Convention, Los Angeles, CA.

Valle, R. (1985, August).  A spiritual revisioning of humanistic psychology.

        Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Convention,

        Los Angeles, CA.

Valle, R. (Invited paper) (1986, August).  Transpersonal psychotherapy.

        Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Convention,

        Washington, DC.

Valle, R. (Invited panel member) (1987, November).  Current trends in

        transpersonal psychotherapy training.  The Common Boundary

        Conference, Washington, DC.

Valle, R. (1996, August).  Phenomenological inquiry; Existential and

        transpersonal dimensions.  Paper presented at the Association for

        Transpersonal Psychology Convention, Monterey, CA.

Valle, R. (2011, May).  An integrated therapy approach for post-traumatic

        stress disorder and chronic pain.  Paper presented at the Traumatology

        Symposium, Argosy University, Sarasota, FL.

Valle, R. (2012, March).  Embracing the changes in life:  Opening to aging

       and grieving.  Paper presented at the Society for Humanistic Psychology

       Conference (Division 32 of the American Psychological Association),

       Point Park University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Valle, R. (2013, July).  An integrated therapy approach for PTSD, stress-

        related disorders, and chronic pain.  Paper presented at the American

        Psychological Association Convention, Honolulu, HI.

Valle, R. (2018, August).  Toward a psychology of silence.  Paper presented at 

        Division of Humanistic Psychology Hospitality Suite, American 

         Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Valle, R., Chisholm, R., & DeGood, D. (1975, January).  The relationship

        of state and trait personality factors to alpha-controlling ability.

        Paper presented at the Biofeedback Society of America Convention,

         Monterey, CA.

Valle, R. & DeGood, D. (1975, August).  Task, expectancy, and subjective

        experience during alpha feedback.  Paper presented at the American

        Psychological Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Valle, R. & DeGood, D. (1976, February).  Alpha control and self-reported

        drug use.  Paper presented at the Biofeedback Society of America

        Convention, Colorado Springs, CO.

Valle, R. & Floyd, N. (2015, April).  The maturing of devotion:  Three stages

       of development.  Paper presented at the International Conference on

        Religion and Spirituality in Society, Berkeley, CA.

Valle, V. & Valle, R. (1985, August).  Ahimsa and yoga:  The meaning of non-

       violence.  Paper presented at the Association for Transpersonal

        Psychology Convention, Monterey, CA.

von Eckartsberg, R. & Valle, R. (1979, September).  Psychological insights

       of Martin Heidegger and Eastern thought:  A comparison.  Paper

       presented at the American Psychological Association Convention,

       New York, NY.

Word, C., Walsh, B.  Valle, R.,  & Prensky, E. (2013, July).  Depression,

       anxiety, stress, self-esteem, and hypertension among African-American

        adults.  Paper presented at the Association of Black Psychologists

        Convention, New Orleans, LA.

PRESENTATIONS, POSTERS, AND WORKSHOPS

Coto, C., Klimo, J., & Valle, R. (2014, March).  Trauma-bonding and woman-

       to-woman rape within the context of intimate partner violence.  Poster

        presentation at the Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference

        (Division 32 of the American Psychological Association), Sofia

        University, Palo Alto, CA.

Dey, S., Persing, J., & Valle, R. (2013, July).  Mindfulness, smartphone apps,

       and emotion regulation:  A mixed methods study.  Poster presentation

       at the American Psychological Association Convention, Honolulu, HI.

Grace, C., Lytle, P., & Valle, R. (2015, August).  A phenomenology of growth

       and self-transformation in maternal caregivers of transplant children.

       Poster presentation at the American Psychological Association

       Convention, Toronto, Ontario.

Jevons, C. & Valle, R. (2013, February).  Giving voice to client suicide in

       clinical training programs:  A transcultural phenomenon.  Poster

       presentation at the Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference

       (Division 32 of the American Psychological Association), Pacifica

       Graduate Institute, Carpinteria, CA.

Kirby, J. & Valle, R. (2014, March).  An existential-phenomenological

       investigation of women's experience of becoming less obsessed with

       their bodily appearance.  Poster presentation at the Society for

       Humanistic Psychology Conference (Division 32 of the American

       Psychological Association), Sofia University, Palo Alto, CA.

Klimo, J. & Valle, R. (2013, July).  Applying the study of transpersonal

        experiences to diversity and diagnostic issues in psychology.  Poster

        presentation at the American Psychological Association Convention,

        Honolulu, HI.

Langroudi, K., Walsh, B., & Valle, R. (2016, March).  An existential-

       phenomenological investigation of being self-compassionate during the

       process of recovering from alcohol and/or substance abuse.  Poster

       presentation at the Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference

        (Division 32 of the American Psychological Association), San Francisco

        State University, San Francisco, CA.

Leone, A. & Valle, R. (2015, March).  An existential-phenomenological

        investigation of the experience of gay men acknowledging to themselves

        that they are attracted to other men.  Poster presentation at the Society

        for Humanistic Psychology Conference (Division 32 of the American

        Psychological Association), Chicago School of Professional Psychology,

        Chicago, IL.

Ross, C., Wong, J., Valle, R., & Carlos, M. (2017, February).  Cognitive and 

        academic performance in adolescents with type 1 diabetes.  Poster 

        presentation at the Division of Rehabilitation (Division 22 of the 

        American Psychological Association) and the American Board of 

        Rehabilitation Psychology Rehabilitation Psychology Conference, 

        Albuquerque, NM.

Singh, R. & Valle, R. (2016, March).  Homeless hearts:  An exploration of the

        quality of life for homeless veterans.  Poster presentation at the

        Institute of Violence, Abuse, & Trauma Training Summit, Honolulu, HI.

Valle, R. (1982, August).  Human relationship:  Physical, emotional, and

       spiritual aspects.  Presentation given at the Transpersonal Psychology

        Interest Group Hospitality Suite, American Psychological Association

        Convention, Washington, DC.

Valle, R. (1983, August).  The yoga of relationship.  Presentation given at the

        Transpersonal Psychology Interest Group Hospitality Suite, American

        Psychological Association Convention, Anaheim, CA.

Valle, R. (1984, July).  The sixty-one points:  A therapeutic relaxation based

        on the Sri Yantra.  Workshop conducted at the Association for

        Transpersonal Psychology Convention, Monterey, CA.

Valle, R. (1984, August).  The therapeutic value of esoteric teachings.

       Presentation given at the Transpersonal Psychology Interest Group

       Hospitality Suite, American Psychological Association Convention,

       Toronto, Ontario.

Valle, R. (1985, February).  The sixty-one points:  A therapeutic

       relaxation/meditation.  Presentation given at the Spectrum Series,

       Transpersonal Counseling Center, John F. Kennedy University,

       Oakland, CA.

Valle, R. (1985, March).  Tracing the transpersonal in humanistic psychology.

       Presentation given at the Association for Humanistic Psychology

       Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Valle, R. (1985, June).  A holistic approach to chronic pain.  Presentation

       given at the Whole Life Expo, San Francisco, CA.

Valle, R. (1985, August).  A meditation for pain control and stress-related

       disorders.  Workshop conducted at the Association for Transpersonal

       Psychology Convention, Monterey, CA.

Valle, R. (1985, August).  Meditation as transpersonal therapy.  Presentation

       given at the Proposed Division of Transpersonal Psychology Hospitality

       Suite, American Psychological Association Convention, Los Angeles, CA.

Valle, R. (1985, November).  Spiritual practice and psychotherapy.

       Presentation given at the Melia Foundation, Berkeley, CA.

Valle, R. (1986, January).  Personality:  Path or pathology?  Presentation given

       at the Melia Foundation, Berkeley, CA.

Valle, R. (1987, November).  Thoughts, feelings, and spiritual presence.

        Workshop conducted at the Common Boundary Conference,

        Washington, DC.

Valle, R. (1988, January).  The combined therapy program for pain control

       and stress-related disorders.  Workshop conducted at Life Chiropractic

       College-West, San Leandro, CA.

Valle, R. (1990, August).  Conscious living/conscious dying.  Presentation

       given at the Proposed Division of Transpersonal Psychology Hospitality

       Suite, American Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Valle, R. (1992, August).  Conscious living/conscious dying.  Presentation

       given at Rose Street Center, Danville, CA.

Valle, R. (1996, September).  Stress-management:  Eastern and Western

       perspectives.  Presentation given at the Haight-Ashbury Psychological

       Services Clinic, San Francisco, CA.

Valle, R. (1999, March).  Samaya tantra.  Presentation given at the Spiritual

       Practice Symposium, Graduate School for Holistic Studies, John F.

       Kennedy University, Orinda, CA.

Valle, R. (2004, June).  Near-death experience.  Presentation given at the

       Kaiser Permanente Volunteer Chaplains Retreat, Awakening Retreat

       Center, Brentwood, CA.

Valle, R. (2007, March).  Living with grief:  Before and after the death.

       Group facilitator at Hospice Foundation of America Teleconference,

       Contra Costa Health Services, Family, Maternal, and Child Health

       Programs, Martinez, CA.

Valle, R. (Invited speaker and group facilitator) (2010, October).  On grief

       and grieving.  Presentation given at the Contemplative Alliance

       Conference, Pacific Grove, CA.

Valle, R. (Attendee) (2011, January).  Teaching the history of psychology.

       Online workshop co-sponsored by Ball State University and Georgia

       Southern University.

Valle, R. (2011, July).  Using meditation and breath awareness techniques in

       the practice of psychology.  Presentation given at the Association of

       Himalayan Yoga Meditation Societies of America Teacher Training

       Program, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN.

Valle, R. (Invited speaker and group facilitator) (2011, December).  Clinical

       implications of opening to dying and grieving.  Presentation given at the

       Clinical Interns Meeting, AgeSong Senior Communities Center,

       Emeryville, CA.

Valle, R. (Invited speaker and group facilitator) (2012, March).  Clinical

       implications of opening to dying and grieving.  Presentation given at the

       Clinical Interns Meeting, AgeSong Senior Communities Center,

       Emeryville, CA.

Valle, R. (Invited speaker) (2012, April).  On yoga practices.  Presentation

       given at Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area, Alameda, CA.

Valle, R. (2012, July).  Using internal dialogue for personal and spiritual

       development. Presentation given at the Association of Himalayan Yoga

       Meditation Societies of America Teacher Training Program, University of

       St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN.

Valle, R. (2013, February).  Integrating the changes in life:  A unifying

       process.  Workshop conducted at the Society for Humanistic Psychology

       Conference (Division 32 of the American Psychological Association),

       Santa Barbara, CA.

Valle, R. (Invited speaker) (2018, February).  Existential-phenomenological 

        psychology and research.  Presentation given at Northcentral University, 

        San Diego, CA.

Valle, R. & Floyd, N. (2015, August).  The psychology of devotion:  A

       developmental perspective.  Poster presentation at the American

       Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, Ontario.

Valle, R. & Hill, J. (2014, May).  Watching and waiting:  Working with the

       trauma of loss.  Presentation given at the Traumatology Symposium,

       Argosy University, Sarasota, FL.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (1994, January).  The nature and power of presence.

       Workshop conducted at the First Christian Church, Concord, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (1994, April).  The nature and power of presence.

       Workshop conducted at the First Christian Church, Concord, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (1994, November).  Being with the dying and grieving.

       Presentation given at the Contact-Care Center, Lafayette, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (1996, March).  Integrating grief in one’s personal and

       professional life.  Presentation given at the Transpersonal Counseling

       Center, John F. Kennedy University, Oakland, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (1998, February).  Awakening and its support for the

       dying and grieving.  Presentation given at Trinity Lutheran Church,

        Alameda, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (1998, May).  Living, dying, and grieving.  Workshop

        conducted at the San Damiano Retreat Center, Danville, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (1998, May)  Living, dying, and grieving.  Workshop

       conducted at the Graduate School for Holistic Studies, John F. Kennedy

       University, Orinda, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2000-2011).  Living, dying, and grieving.  Presentation

       given at the Mt. Diablo Medical Center Pastoral Care Volunteer Training

       Program, Concord, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2000, March).  Spiritual opportunities of dying and

       grieving.  Presentation and workshop given at the Athenian School,

       Danville, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2000, March).  Good grief, I can still be joyful.

       Presentation given at the Restoring the Joy Conference, Beth Eden Baptist

       Church, Oakland, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2000, August).  Spiritual dimensions of living, dying,

       and grieving.  Presentation given at the International Himalayan Yoga

       Teachers Association Conference, College of St. Olaf, Northfield, MN.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2002, July).  Living, dying, and grieving.  Presentation

       given at the International Himalayan Yoga Teachers Association

       Conference, Macalester College, St. Paul, MN.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2002, August).  Living, dying, and grieving.  Workshop

       given at the IHC Home Care and Hospice at Dixie, St. George, UT.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2003, July).  Living, dying, and grieving.  Workshop

       given at the IHC Home Care and Hospice at Dixie, St. George, UT.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2003, July).  Living, dying, and grieving, I and II.

       Presentations given at the International Himalayan Yoga Teachers

       Association Conference, Dunrovin Retreat Center, Marine on

       St. Croix, MN.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2003, July).  Living, dying, and grieving.  Presentation

       given at the Meditation Center, Minneapolis, MN.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2003, August).  Living, dying, and grieving.  Workshop

       given at the Meditation Center, Minneapolis, MN.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2003, October).  Experiences of our spiritual volunteers.

       Presentation given at the Kaiser Permanente Hospice Volunteer Training,

       Dublin, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2004, July)  Bringing peace to aging and dying.

       Presentation given at the Young Jains of America Convention, Santa

       Clara, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2004, July).  Spiritual opportunities in dying and

       grieving:  Integrating the wisdom of the yamas and niyamas.

       Presentation given at the International Himalayan Yoga Teachers

       Association Conference, Dunrovin Retreat Center, Marine on

       St. Croix, MN.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2004, July).  Living, dying, and grieving.  Presentation

       given at the Institute of the Himalayan Tradition, Saint Paul, MN.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2004, July).  Finding the sacred in everyday life.

       Presentation given at the International Himalayan Yoga Teachers

       AssociationConference, Dunrovin Retreat Center, Marine on

       St. Croix, MN.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2004, July).  Living, dying, and grieving.  Workshop

       given at the Pathways Health Crisis Resource Center, MN.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2005, July).  Living, dying, and grieving:  Understanding

       the five kleshas.  Presentation given at the International Himalayan Yoga

       Teachers Association Conference, College of St. Olaf, Northfield, MN.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2005, July).  Dying and grieving.  Workshop given at the

       Pathways Health Crisis Resource Center, Minneapolis, MN.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2006, July).  Meditation:  Practice and philosophy in the

       Himalayan Tradition applied in daily life.  Presentation given at the

       International Himalayan Yoga Teachers Association Conference, Institute

       of Noetic Science, Petaluma, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2008, October).  Recognizing the sacred in dying

       and grieving.  Workshop given at the Inner Peace Yoga Center,

       Indianapolis, IN.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2009, February).  Opening to dying and grieving:  A

       sacred journey.  Presentation given at the Napa Interfaith Council

       Meeting, Napa, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2009, August).  Opening to dying and grieving:  A

       sacred journey.  Presentation given at the Himalayan Yoga and

       Meditation Center of Illinois, Palatine, IL.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2011, June).  Transforming life issues:  Suffering, grief,

       and loss.  Presentation given at the John Muir Health Conference,

       Concord, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2013, January).  Being with dying and grieving.

       Presentation given at the John Muir Medical Center Pastoral Care

       Volunteer Training Program, Concord, CA.

Valle, R. & Mohs, M. (2014, February).  Being with dying and grieving.

       Presentation given at the John Muir Medical Center Pastoral Care

       Chaplain Training Program, Concord, CA.

Valle, R., Mohs, M., & O’Kerry, M. (1993-1997).  A training in living, dying,

       and grieving.  Workshops conducted at the Awakening Center,

       Concord, CA.

Valle, R., Nelson, J., & Mohs, M. (2012, October).  Internal inquiry in the

       process of self-transformation.  Presentation given at the Awakening

       Center, Brentwood, CA.

Valle, R. & Valle, V. (1984, October).  Pain control and stress-related

       disorders:  A treatment program.  Workshop conducted at the California

       Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Menlo Park, CA.

Valle, R. & Valle, V. (1985, November).  Spiritual marriage.  Presentation

       given at the Spectrum Series, Transpersonal Counseling Center, John F.

       Kennedy University, Oakland, CA.

Valle, R. & Valle, V. (1988, March).  Spiritual aspects of relationship.

       Presentation given at the Marina Counseling Center, San Francisco, CA.

Valle, R. & Valle, V. (1990, September).  On spiritual relationship.

       Presentation given at the Marina Counseling Center, San Francisco, CA.

OTHER MANUSCRIPTS

McBurney, D., Valle, R., & Valle, V.  Instructors’ attributions, use of power,

       and perceptions of their students:  A reconnaissance.

Ram Dass & Valle, R. (Interview).  An aspirant along the way:  Catching-up

       with Ram Dass.

Valle, V. & Valle, R.  Ashima and yoga:  The meaning of non-violence.


 

 

 

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