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Daniel Rzondzinski

Luther welcomes Daniel Rzondzinski to faculty

Mark Harris, principal-dean of Martin Luther University College, is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel Rzondzinski to the position of assistant professor, Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy.

“It’s a pleasure to welcome Daniel to our full-time faculty,” Harris says. “He brings strong skills in research and teaching in the field of psychotherapy, particularly in the areas of sexuality and gender studies.”

In March, Rzondzinski successfully defended his dissertation to earn a PhD in Complex Thinking from the Multiversidad Mundo Real Edgar Morin in Mexico City. A native of Argentina, he also holds a master’s degree in mental health; a master’s degree in social work; a teaching diploma; and a Licenciate in Sociology. He is a certified psychotherapist (CRPO) and social worker (OCSWSSW).

While serving in private practice at KW Counselling Services in Kitchener in recent years, Rzondzinski has been teaching a variety of courses at Luther. During the upcoming academic year, in his full-time faculty role, he will be teaching Cognitive and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Pre-practicum, and Gender in Couple and Family Therapy.

Rzondzinski says he is “excited” about the new opportunity. “I look forward to working with the faculty, students and staff at Martin Luther University College,” he says.

Rzondzinski begins his full-time faculty role on August 1. His appointment fills a position made available by the retirement of faculty member Brice Balmer.

For more background, visit Daniel Rzondzinski's profile page.

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