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Curriculum Vitae

James Fadiman, Ph.D.

Jfadiman@gmail.com

www.jamesfadiman.com


Education:


  • B.A. Harvard University in Social Relations 1960

  • M.A. Stanford University in Psychology 1962

  • Ph.D. Stanford University in Psychology 1965


Present Positions:


  • Consultant to Management

  • Adjunct Full Professor:

Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, California


Previous and Part-Time Positions:

2010- President, Pinesoft, LLC.


2009 President, Tomorrow’s Energy. (Produces low carbon emission wood

pellets for heating and energy production.) Wiggins, Mississippi


1987-2007 Trustee: The Crosby Trusts, Palo Alto, California (Timberlands, natural gas,

asset management)


1988– Trainer (Taught seminars) Partial list: Tandem Computer, Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle, American Heart Association, Weyerhaeuser Corporation. Carnegie Institute of Technology


1969– Lecturer, Extension Division: University of California: Berkeley, Los Angeles, Irvine, Riverside, Santa Barbara, and Santa Cruz


1968– Editorial Consultant: Includes Harper and Row, Brooks/Cole, Macmillan, Wiley, Addison-Wesley, Dutton, Jeremy Tarcher


1968– Management Consultant: (partial list) ITT, Dow Chemical, Lockheed Space and Missiles, Mini-Computer, Presbyterian Hospital System, SuperStill, Federal Home Loan Bank, Nomadic Systems, Sun Microsystems


1965– Literary Agent: Clients have included Ram Dass [Richard Alpert], Kathleen Speeth, Gayle Delaney, Daniel Goleman, John Fox


1973–2000 President: The Fadiman Corporation, a consulting firm


1997–1999 Instructor: Creative Problem Solving, Hewlett-Packard


1992–1998 Senior Instructor: Unlimit Your Life Seminars


1972–1991 Senior Instructor: Omega Seminars, Inc.


1975–1986 Professor: Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Menlo Park, California


1973–1983 Lecturer: Design Division, Department of Mechanical Engineering,

Stanford University


1975–1977 Director: Institute of Noetic Sciences, Menlo Park, California


1969–1975 Adjunct Faculty: Union Graduate School, California; State University at Sonoma, California School for Professional Psychology


1973–1974 Lecturer, General Studies Program, Stanford University


1965–1972 Senior Associate, Patrick Sullivan and Associates. (Psychological Consultants to Management), San Francisco


1969–1972 Senior Counselor, Student Health Service, Stanford University


1969–1971 Stanford Research Institute, Menlo Park, California, Augmentation Human Intellect (Group who first used and developed the mouse, word processing and the Web))


1969–1970 Lecturer, General Studies Program, Stanford University


1967–1970 Journal of Humanistic Psychology: Editorial Assistant; Assistant Editor; Associate Editor


1969 Instructor (with Blair Stapp): Film and Photography (graduate level),

San Francisco Art Institute


1967–1968 Assistant Professor of Psychology, Brandeis University


1965–1966 Assistant Professor of Psychology, San Francisco State College


1962–1965 USPH Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow, Stanford University


1965 Teaching Assistant, Psychology Department, Stanford University


1964 Clinical Trainee, VA Hospital, Palo Alto, California


1962 Research Assistant, Institute for the Study of Human Problems,

Stanford University


1961 Assistant to the Overseas Manager of Encyclopedia Britannica Films, Inc., Paris, France


Board Memberships:

Member, Board of Directors, Enviva Pellets Wiggins LLC (2010- )


Member, Board of Directors, AVJ Management, Yonkers, New York (2002–2008)


Member, Board of Directors, Aikido West, Redwood City, California (1985– )


Member, Board of Directors, Racolin Management Corp., Bronx, New York

(l975–2003)


Member, Board of Directors, Latinvest, New York City, New York (l991–1995)


Member, Board of Directors, Superstill Technology Inc., Redwood City, California (l991–l994)


Member, Board of Directors, L.O. Crosby et al., Jackson, Mississippi (l980–l994)


Member, Board of Directors, International Transpersonal Institute, Mill Valley, California (1989–1991)


Member, Board of Directors, Small World Inc., Palo Alto, California (1984-86)


Member, Board of Directors, Educational Computer Corp., Palo Alto, California (1983-86)


Vice-President, Board of Directors, Institute of Noetic Sciences, Menlo Park, California (1975–1978)


Board of Governors, California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco (l977–78)


President, Association for Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, California (1972–75)


Board of Directors, The Transpersonal Institute, Palo Alto, California (l969–1977)


Trustee, Lama Foundation, Lama, New Mexico (l967–73)


Advisory Board & Related Positions (some honorary; various years):


  • The Albert Hoffman Foundation, Los Angeles, California

  • Canadian Institute for Psychosynthesis, Inc., Montreal, Quebec

  • Kentucky Center for Bio-Psychosynthesis, Lexington, Kentucky

  • East-West Academy of Healing Arts, San Francisco, California

  • The Center for Attitudinal Healing, Tiburon, California

  • Shanti Project, San Francisco, California

  • Continuum, California Museum of Science and Industry, Los Angeles, California

  • Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, Palo Alto, California

  • Institute for Humanistic and Transpersonal Education, Amherst, Massachusetts

  • Executive Council, Institute for Integral Medicine, Beverly Hills, California

  • Advisory Council, Planetary Citizens, United Nations Plaza, New York, New York

  • Editorial Advisor: ReVision

  • Editorial Advisor: Brain/Mind Bulletin

  • Editorial Board: The International Journal of Eclectic Psychotherapy

  • The Australian Journal of Transpersonal Psychology

  • The International Journal of Transpersonal Studies



Editorial Positions:


  • Associate Editor, Journal of Transpersonal Psychology

  • Board of Editors, Journal of Humanistic Psychology

  • Series Editor, Spectrum Books, Transpersonal Series, Prentice-Hall



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