Academics at Prescott College

Sean McLoughlin, MS, LAC, SEP

Adjunct Faculty for the Counseling Program

Sean McLoughlin, MS, LAC, SEP
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220 Grove Ave.
Prescott, AZ 86301

Sean McLoughlin has been working in the addiction treatment field for a decade. His specialties are working with developmental and shock trauma, unresolved grief, substance use disorders, process and behavioral addictions, and attachment issues. His graduate research into evidence based family interventions lead him into program development, creating and implementing family programs in private treatment facilities. Sean brings a trauma and attachment informed perspective to the addiction counseling specialization courses and enjoys exploring the complex and nuanced underlying causes of addictions with his students. Sean spent three years studying with the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute learning cutting edge approaches to trauma resolution based on the work of Peter Levine, Bessel van der Kolk, and Stephen Porges. In his spare time Sean enjoys researching depth and archetypal psychology and interpersonal neurobiology.

Education

Education

B.S., Northern Arizona University, Humanities

M.S., Prescott College. Counseling with a specialization in couple and family therapy Licensed Associate Counselor in Arizona

Somatic Experiencing Practitioner

Research

Research

 

Expertise

Expertise

 

Publications

Publications

 

Presentations

Presentations
  • Approaching Addiction Through An Ecosystemic and Developmental Lens as a Form Of Patient Advocacy

Prescott College Colloquium, Limited Residency Masters Programs April 2016

  • How To Make Your Capstone and Internship Work For You

Prescott College Colloquium, Limited Residency Masters Programs April 2016

  • Archetypal Psychology: Theory and Practice August 2016

Prescott College Colloquium August 2016

Trauma and Addictions

Prescott College Colloquium January 2017

Depth and Archetypal Psychological Approaches to Working with the Unconscious: From Neurosis to Numinous to

Theophanic Participation with Psyche

Prescott College Colloquium January 2017

Awards

Awards

 

Media

Media