Robert Aziz Ph.D. is a psychoanalytical therapist, author and executive consultant within the business sector. He is a Clinical Member of the Ontario Society of Psychotherapists. He is also a full member of the Canadian Psychological Association and the Canadian Psychological Association Section on Psychoanalysis.
Robert Aziz is the author of two scholarly books C.G. Jung’s Psychology of Religion and Synchronicity (1990) and The Syndetic Paradigm: The Untrodden Path Beyond Freud and Jung (2007). Dr. Roderick Main, Director of the Centre for Psychoanalytical Studies (England) writes about The Syndetic Paradigm, “Aziz’s book goes beyond highlighting problems in Jungian and Freudian theory to propose a cogent new model that resolves them. The result is a profound and captivating work that is infused with spiritual wisdom as well as psychological insight.”
Robert Aziz’s recent book, Democracy and Self-Organization: The Change of Which Barack Obama Speaks, draws on his understanding of psychology and culture to provide unprecedented insight into Barack Obama’s politics of change.
Robert Aziz was one of five subject experts invited by The Uehiro Foundation (Tokyo) to contribute to their commemorative publication Asian and Jungian Views of Ethics (1999). In 2008, he was invited by Dr. Lance Storm to contribute the Foreword to Synchronicity: Multiple Perspectives on Meaningful Coincidence, a remarkable collection of scholarly, clinical and experimental research papers from the foremost experts on synchronicity.
In 2010 Robert Aziz was a key participant in a series of roundtable discussions at Yale University. The Synchro Summit, conducted under the auspices of the Yale Initiative in Religion, Science and Technology, brought together an international group of 19 subject matter experts for three days of energetic and stimulating discussion on the subject of synchronicity and its implications.
In May 2012 Robert Aziz received an invitation from The Times of India to join as a 'Master' their global spiritual networking website, The Speaking Tree.
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