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About Me.

Dr. Robert Frashure is a renowned Depth Psychologist whose work delves deeply into the intricate realms of creativity, the imagination, humor, narrative, political themes, and attachment theory. Based in the vibrant city of Los Angeles, California, he seamlessly weaves his profound insights and artistic talents into the tapestry of human experience.


Beyond his prominent role in psychology, Dr. Frashure is also recognized as an adept music video producer and a skilled professional photographer. His multifaceted approach to understanding the human psyche is complemented by his passion for capturing moments of human connection and evocative imagery through the lens of his camera.


Dr. Frashure's academic journey reflects his commitment to interdisciplinary exploration. Growing up in Boston, he obtained his A.B. in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard College where he nurtured his understanding of the intricate relationship between art and human experience. His pursuit of deeper knowledge led him to earn an MFA in Art and Critical Theory from California Institute of the Arts. Subsequently, he further honed his expertise through a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. And researching deeply into the artistic and symbolic aspects of the human psyche, he completed a post-doctoral fellowship in contemporary psychoanalysis from the Wright Institute (WILA), Los Angeles, solidifying his position at the forefront of psychological thought and practice.


Dr. Frashure's dynamic approach to psychological exploration, combined with his artistic sensibilities, has established him as a leading voice in the realms of psychology, art, and culture. Through his extensive contributions, he continues to illuminate the intricate connections between the human mind, creative expression, and the societal fabric, leaving an indelible mark on both the academic and artistic spheres.



PhD, Clinical Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology


MA, Clinical Psychology
Teachers College,

Columbia University


MFA, Art and Critical Studies
California Institute of the Arts


AB, Visual and Environmental 


Harvard College

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