About the author    Marshall Jung   Marshall Jung received his master’s degree from the University of Southern California and his doctorate in social work from the University of Pennsylvania.  He has forty years of experience as a community organizer, social service agency executive, educator, writer, supervisor, trainer, clinician, facilitator of retreats, and spiritual director.  A second-generation Chinese-American, Dr. Jung is a nationally recognized expert in marital and family therapy and has offered his expertise to numerous national and state conferences, developmental centers, family and social service agencies, community-based and residential mental-health treatment facilities, and state and veteran’s hospitals throughout the United States and in Canada, Hong Kong, and Japan.  Published in several major professional journals, he has also authored two books on clinical practice: Constructual Marital Therapy: Theory and Practice and Chinese American Family Therapy. He has also co-authored Romancing the Net with Richard Booth. Dr. Jung is currently exploring the integration of spirituality and ego-based psychology. As a certified spiritual director he conducts regular retreats and provides individual spiritual direction. He lives with his wife of over fifty years at his retreat and training center in Lake Arrowhead, California. The couple has two grown children and several grandchildren.
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