The Educator


Dr. Mendelowitz is currently on the faculty of Saybrook University, where he teaches in the existential/humanistic/transpersonal psychology specialization and co-directs a certificate program in Death, Loss and Meaning. He holds, additionally, a lecturing post at Tufts Medical Center and serves as Distinguished Visiting Faculty at University of the Rockies. His teaching focuses upon some of the esoteric aspects of psychology, psychotherapy and the interplay of these within the broader humanities. Here you will find a brief statement of Mendelowitz’s philosophy of teaching as well as syllabi for courses he has recently developed.

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Brief Statement About Teaching

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Syllabus 1
Existential Psychology & Literature

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Syllabus 2
Death and Loss in Literature and Film

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Syllabus 3
Visionary Psychology of Ernest Becker

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