Eva Leveton, MA., MFT, (bio continued)

U.C.S.F. Department of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Psychologist
S.F. Family Therapy Center (Founding Member) 1984-2002: Associate Professor, California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) (retired from Core Faculty, 2000) Continuing as Adjunct and or guest faculty).

Courses:
Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Family Therapy
Developmental Psychology
Women as Therapists
Psychodrama
Women's Narratives; The Artist as Guide
Buddhism and Psychotherapy
Living and Dying Memoir
Credit courses, workshops, conference presentations and consultations in psychodrama, drama therapy and family therapy in various universities and agencies in California, New Mexico, New York, as well as Canada, England, Germany, Austria, India, Turkey, and China.

Publications:

Books:
A Clinician's Guide to Psychodrama (Springer,1977; 1992, 2001) 3rd ed.

Adolescent Crisis: Approaches in Family Therapy (Springer,1984)

Eva's Berlin, Memories of a Wartime Childhood (Thumbprint Press, 2001)
Leveton, E. (ed). Healing Collective Trauma with Sociodrama and Drama Therapy.(Springer,2010)
Films:
1973: Children in Trouble; Families in Crisis. University of California, Davis. 2004

McEwan, M. & Palermo, S.( directors) Reconcile: Germans, Jews, and the Holocaust (Three person documentary).

2005: Balzer, K. (director) Eva’s Berlin, the story of a California immigrant. Documentary, German. Presentations:

Eva has presentated at professional meetings here and in Europe: National Association of Drama Therapy (NADT) American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama (ASGPP) Psychological Institute of Europe (PIFE) Leipzig Psychodrama Institute International Teaching Experience: Universities and professional institutes in India, Germany, Austria, Turkey, Poland, and China.

 

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