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Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu (Lecturer)

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Personal bio
Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu teaches courses that focus on integrative learning and well being of the whole student in the new LifeWorks program. Trained as a school teacher and clinical psychologist, he is also a cultural consultant, author, and storyteller. He received his doctorate from Harvard University in Counseling and Consulting Psychology and was professor at The University of Tokyo before coming to Stanford. His books include: When Half is Whole (Stanford University Press, 2012); Synergy, Healing, and Empowerment (Brush Education, 2012); Transcultural Japan (Routledge, 2008); and Multicultural Encounters (Teachers College Press, 2002). President of Nichibei Care Network, an NPO of mental health professionals, Dr. Murphy-Shigematsu is consulting professor in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity and affiliated faculty in the School of Medicine. http://www.murphyshigematsu.com

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