Colette Segalla

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"Colette Segalla is a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute. From a depth-psychological perspective, her dissertation investigates how spirituality contributes to the development of a sense of self in children. Before returning to graduate school, Colette was an AMI certified Montessori teacher in a lower elementary classroom of six to nine year old children. She has also explored the work of Rudolf Steiner and Waldorf education as part of her interest in children and spirituality. The work of Steiner and Montessori has contributed to her current Jungian-based exploration of children’s spirituality and how a relationship with the natural world contributes to the child’s spiritual development."[1]


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  1. Center for Education, Imagination and the Natural World Educator Council Members, organizational web page, accessed June 3, 2013.