Caroline Mardon

Caroline Mardon

 

Caroline Mardon, RP, BA (Hon), is Clinical Director of the Living Institute Existential-
Integrative Psychotherapy Diploma program. She has been in practice since 1991. She
offers individual psychotherapy and group work, as well as public workshops and
lectures, in psychodynamic, archetypal, somatic, transpersonal, existential psychology,
emotional yoga and the alchemical tradition. She is a certified practitioner of the Holistic
Experiential Process Method (HEP), having taught in the original HEP training program
in the 1990’s. Caroline has trained and received initiation in western mysticism, yoga,
and Vajrayana Buddhism. She has participated in many transpersonal, Jungian,
archetypal, psychodynamic and somatic psychology trainings, including 3 years with
Nathan Schwartz-Salant on borderline personality disorders. She also has a
background in Grotowski theatre work. She is past president of the Canadian
Association for Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (CAPT), past Advocacy Chair of the
Canadian Association for Integrative and Energy Therapy (CAIET, where she received
the Award for Outstanding Contribution through Advocacy in the field of Mental Health
and Energy Psychology, (2012), and current president of the Canadian Humanistic and
Transpersonal Association (CHTA). She is vice-chair of the Alliance of Psychotherapy
Training Institutions (APTI).
Caroline Mardon, RP, BA (Hon), is Clinical Director of the Living Institute Existential-Integrative Psychotherapy Diploma program. She has been in practice since 1991. Sheoffers individual psychotherapy and group work, as well as public workshops andlectures, in psychodynamic, archetypal, somatic, transpersonal, existential psychology,emotional yoga and the alchemical tradition. She is a certified practitioner of the Holistic Experiential Process Method (HEP), having taught in the original HEP training program in the 1990’s. Caroline has trained and received initiation in western mysticism, yoga,
and Vajrayana Buddhism. She has participated in many transpersonal, Jungian, archetypal, psychodynamic and somatic psychology trainings, including 3 years with Nathan Schwartz-Salant on borderline personality disorders. She also has a background in Grotowski theatre work. She is past president of the Canadian Association for Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (CAPT), past Advocacy Chair of the Canadian Association for Integrative and Energy Therapy (CAIET, where she received the Award for Outstanding Contribution through Advocacy in the field of Mental Health and Energy Psychology, (2012), and current president of the Canadian Humanistic and Transpersonal Association (CHTA). She is vice-chair of the Alliance of Psychotherapy Training Institutions (APTI).