Edmund Knighton, PhD, is Associate Professor and Department Chair, Clinical Psychology PhD/MA programs, and for Marriage and Family Therapy, Somatic, Pre/Perinatal Psychology Concentrations, through The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Department Chair and Professor, MA in Education for Public Charter School Teachers, Rudolf Steiner College. Organizational Development consultant. He is a founding member of the Association for Anthroposophic Psychology (AAP). He has done research in the area of brain development and spatial perception and is a member of the faculty and administration of nine graduate institutes and four Waldorf schools. Edmund earned a post-doctorate in Family Systems, Hakomi Body Centered Psychotherapy and is a certified in conflict management, yoga, and Spacial Dynamics® movement therapy, and is a Ropes course instructor. He has been an educator for more than two decades in early childhood, primary, secondary, and graduate levels. He created SES 4th-grade through 12th-grade programs using Kessler’s Mysteries Curriculum. He has practiced neuropsychological assessment at UC-Davis Med-Center Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, specializing in traumatic brain injury.