Faculty: Jonathan Rousell

Jonathan Rousell, Psy.D.

Title(s):
Adjunct Professor
School(s):
Business
(510) 545-3928
Campus(es):
San Francisco

Jonathan Rousell, Psy.D., earned his doctorate in clinical psychology at the Wright Institute. His dissertation, entitled A Cross-Cultural Psychoanalytic Study of Pathological Narcissism in Japan and the United States, synthesized his undergraduate focus on Japanese language and culture with his ongoing fascination with psychodynamic theory and technique. He has presented his dissertation research and lectured at psychology conferences nationally and internationally. Dr. Rousell completed his postdoctoral fellowship at UCSF, where he specialized in providing psychological support to medical professionals. Dr. Rousell has a private practice in San Francisco in which he treats individual adults and couples.


COURSES TAUGHT

PSYCH 339
Short Term Models of Counseling

RESEARCH INTERESTS & AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

  • Phenomenology of pathological narcissism
  • Cross-cultural expressions of selfhood
  • The effects of digital technology on the 21st century self

EDUCATION

  • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, The Wright Institute, 2015, Berkeley CA
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Majors: East Asian Studies and History
  • Minor: Religion
  • Oberlin College, 2005, Oberlin OH

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Rousell, J.H. (2016). Killing time: Omnipotent fantasies of preservation, hyper-compartmentalization, and the denial of death in the digital age.fort da, 22(2), 52-67.


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

  • Member, American Psychological Association, Division 39
  • Member,Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology (NCSPP)

HONORS & AWARDS

  • Recipient of the 2015 NCSPP Student Paper Award.