Kim Nolan | Integral Psychology

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Kim Nolan
Director of Integral Psychology Program

knolanatburlington [dot] edu (Email)

Education:

M.Ed. from Boston University – Counseling Psychology

Ph.D. candidate at Antioch University – Leadership & Change

Areas of Instruction:
Traditional Psychology, Transpersonal Psychology courses, first year courses, Guided Independent Studies, and the self-care Inner Sustainability Seminar.

  • Publications:
    “Buddhist Stance on Faith” for Human Rights Campaign newsletter, 2009.
  • Keynote presenter at Path to Wellness annual conference, 2008.

 

Bio:

Before stepping into her current role at the college, Kim directed a community-based mental health service program in Vermont. While working in the field, Kim served as an adjunct faculty member from 2001-2004, focusing her instruction on the spirituality of service.

In 2008, she created The Dignity Foundation to coordinate wellness retreats, facilitate self-care workshops and provide meditation instruction for care providers, educators and parents. Kim also serves as an ordained Buddhist Chaplain, officiating ceremonies and providing spiritual guidance in the community.

Her love of human potential, spirituality, and transformative change is being expanded through her doctoral studies. Kim will receive her Ph.D. in 2014.


Interesting or random fact: 
I was the school mascot at UVM.


What you’d like to accomplish in the next five years:

(1) Continue developing the Integral Psychology program so students are proud of their academic rigor, personal reflection and professional practice. National recognition of our program would also fit nicely into this accomplishment.

(2) Support my daughter through the trials and tribulations of high school and gently land her into the college of her choice.

(3) Complete my doctoral studies with extra energy and joy.


Passion:
I am passionate about truth, peace and happiness.