Robert Diehl

Adjunct Faculty


BA in Contemplative Psychology - Adjunct Faculty


MA, University of Northern Colorado
BA, University of Colorado

Robert is a Jungian-oriented psychotherapist in private practice in the Denver/Boulder area since 1979. He holds degrees in religious studies, counseling psychology and has completed five years of post-graduate training in clinical psychology at the Fielding Institute. His internship in counseling psychology emphasized general psychotherapy, health psychology and group psychotherapy. His practicum and internship in clinical psychology was at Adams County Medical Health Center, with rotations in psychological testing and assessment, child, adolescent and adult psychotherapy, and the evaluation and treatment of severe mental illness in adults. He has also been on the psychology staff of Mapleton Rehabilitation Hospital and the Boulder Chronic Pain Center, responsible for evaluation and treatment of chronic pain patients. Robert has worked closely in private practice with physicians and other medical providers, treating survivors of mild traumatic brain injury. He lectures and presents workshops on a variety of western esoteric traditions, including gnosticism, Hermeticism, Alchemy and Celto-Arthurian lore, for local and national audiences. He is a founding member of the Boulder Friends of Jung and serves on their Executive Board. Robert teaches Introduction to Jung and Dynamics of Intimate Relationships at Naropa University, and serves as a student mentor in the Interdisciplinary Studies Department.