Susan E. Adams

Susan E. Adams was adopted into a family of well-known multimedia artists and actors and waded into the archetypal world of storytelling and mythology at a very early age. After a 20-year career as producer/writer for stage, television, and film, she found her second-half-of-life passion when introduced to Jungian psychology through Marion Woodman’s workshops and seminars. She is past-president of the Marion Woodman Foundation and cofounder of TreeHouse Learning Communities, providing sober coeducational residences and academic support to college students in recovery at Arizona State University and Prescott College. In recovery herself since 1992, she currently administers neurofeedback at TreeHouse.