Shirley Oxidine

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A native of California, Shirley Oxidine is a licensed psychologist at the doctoral-level in the state of Vermont. She earned a doctoral degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in Jungian psychology. Previous research includes “On Using Jungian Therapy with Clients Diagnosed with HIV-Spectrum Disease” and “Healing into Death: How Does Individuation Unfold During the Perceived Final Stage of Life?” Currently, Dr. Oxidine is working on a literature review focusing on the archetype of the shameful mother, in addition to performing diagnostic evaluations for the state of Vermont, maintaining a private practice in Jungian psychotherapy in Middlebury, and working in geriatric psychology in Rutland. Psy.D, California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, with emphasis in Jungian psychology.