Lee Robbins's teaching and research interests are in the history and Culture of depth psychology, particularly as it applies to the tradition of C. G. Jung and early Buddhist thought and practice. She teaches a wide variety of interdisciplinary seminars that focus on topics such as alchemy, post modern religious thought, and the history of the idea of the unconscious. Her paper, "Healing with the Alchemical Imagination in the Undergraduate Classroom," (Routledge, 2008) grew out her alchemy seminar at Gallatin. She is also working on a book entitled Archetypal Parenting: Towards a Poetics of Personal History. Robbins lectures nationally and internationally and has been a Jungian psychotherapist for 30 years.
Teaching and Research Interests
history, mythology, and philosophy of depth psychology; Freud, Jung, and postmodern psychoanalytic thought; Buddhist psychology; literature and psychoanalysis
B.A., St. Louis University, 1969 M.S.W., Washington University in St. Louis, 1972 M.A., Columbia University, 1980 Ph.D., The Union Institute, 1993