As a clinical professional, Robert Irwin Wolf obtained postgraduate training in psychoanalysis from the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis. He holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees in Art and Design and Professional Studies in Art Therapy and Creativity Development from Pratt Institute and holds New York state licenses in both Psychoanalysis and Creative Art Therapy.
Over the last 35 years, at The College of New Rochelle, Robert has taught courses in fine art, art therapy, sculpting, photography, and phototherapy (the therapeutic use of photography), as well as psychology and psychoanalysis in various other educational settings ranging from graduate to postgraduate training programs. He is also currently the President of the Institute for Expressive Analysis in New York City, and he is on the faculty of several psychoanalytic training institutes.
Wolf has authored numerous articles on art therapy, phototherapy, and the application of various other creative processes within psychoanalytic treatment. His unique style of teaching, which he describes as "Visceral Learning," embraces the student's natural creative ability for insight and use within their educational experience.
Further information about Professor Wolf may be found on his website: www.robertirwinwolf.com