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Isaac Cherian, MA

Associate Faculty

As an Associate Faculty with the Master of Counselling Programs in Edmonton, I teach courses in Ethics and sexuality from 2015. My background is in Psychology, and I have been teaching and practicing Psychotherapy for over ten years.


My research interests are in the area of consciousness, Self, narration and dialogue and all of my paper that were published are in these areas.

  • The Framework of Consciousness Based Psychotherapy
  • Presentation: Annual Meeting of Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association, Alberta, Canada, 6th June 2015. Re-examining the concept of “self”: Insights from a comparative analysis of dialogical and eastern perspectives of self.
  • Publication: In Jones, R and Morioka, M (Ed.), Jungian and dialogical self perspectives. UK, London: Palgrave. May 2011. Co-authored with Ahammed, S.

My experience with teaching started when I was given a course to teach undergraduates as part of my job as Student Counsellor in 2007. I enjoyed teaching and saw it as a creative and dialogical endeavor that leads to greater understanding of our psyche. From then on I taught course and kept a healthy balance between teaching and practice.

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