Steen Halling
Department of Psychology, Seattle University, USA
Professor of Psychology
Department of Psychology
Seattle University
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Professor Steen Halling is a licensed psychologist and professor at Seattle University, Seattle, USA, where he teaches in the MA programme in existential-phenomenological psychology as well as in the undergraduate programme. He is editor of the 'International Human Science Research Conference Newsletter', and co-editor, with Ronald S. Valle, of 'Existential-Phenomenological Perspectives in Psychology' (Plenum, New York, 1989). Steen is also the author of 'Intimacy, Transcendence and Psychology: Closeness and Openness in Everyday Life' (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008).

Steen grew up in Denmark, but received his high school and undergraduate education in Canada, before moving to the United States where he completed his doctorate at Duquesne University. Before moving to Seattle, he taught at Seton Hill University in Pennsylvania.

Professor Halling's research and publications have tended to focus on topics such as the psychology of forgiveness and the phenomenology of psychopathology, as well as the psychology of hopelessness, interpersonal relationships, and qualitative research methods.

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