Terri Goslin-Jones, Phd, REACE
Creativity Studies Specialization Lead Faculty, Saybrook University
As an educator, my reason for teaching is to support life-long learners who are on a personal quest to create change in their lives and in their part of the world. Creativity is at the heart of my work. I believe that every person has a creative, unique spirit, and that creative energy is a vehicle for growth.
In my private practice as a workplace psychologist, I work with individuals and groups. My business mission is to Discover the Wonder of People at Work™. I have found that work becomes more meaningful when creativity is nurtured in the workplace through the expression of a person’s unique gifts, talents, and perspectives.
I teach courses in Arts-based Inquiry, Coaching, Creativity, Expressive Arts, Leadership, Humanistic Psychology, and Professional Development at Saybrook University. I am a Registered Expressive Arts Consultant/Educator (REACE) and serve as an International Expressive Arts Therapy Association board member.
I have received certification in coaching (ICF through Lee Hecht Harrison), MBTI, HOGAN, Dimensional management training, Dismantling Racism-NCCJ, International Association of Quality Circles, and Leadership Effectiveness Analysis 360 Feedback. In November 2016, I completed the year-long facilitator training program with UCLA’s Mindfulness Research Awareness Center (MARC).
- Ph.D., Psychology, Saybrook University, San Francisco
- M.A., Personnel and Counseling, Miami University, Ohio
- B.A., Psychology, Western Michigan University
- Registered Expressive Arts Consultant Facilitator/Educator (REACE)
- Person-Centered Expressive Arts Certification
- Creativity Certificate
- Myers Briggs Type Indicator
- The Hogan Assessment
- The Leadership Effectiveness Analysis
- Executive Coaching Certificate
- The International Association of Quality Circles
- The Dismantling Racism Institute Certification
- American Psychological Association
- International Association of Expressive Arts
- Institute of Noetic Sciences
- National Conference of Community and Justice (NCCJ)
- St. Louis Priory School Board
- Society of Human Resources Management
- Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom
- Washington University Women’s Society
“My work is to discover my world
and then with all my heart give myself to it.”