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World Library of Mental Health

I am grateful to Routledge for the invitation to contribute a volume to the World Library of Mental Health. It has just appeared! This is a selection of papers and book chapters from the past forty years that are meant to represent a personal history in writing and an overall body of work. It was… Read More »

The Research in Analytical Psychology and Jungian Studies – Submissions Welcomed!

From Andrew Samuels: As you can see, a new Editor (Heidi Lee: heidi.lee@tandf.co.uk) has been appointed for this series, which has got off to an extremely encouraging start. PhD supervisors, graduates, candidates, academics and analysts at all stages of their careers are invited to consider submitting a proposal. A new feature is that we are interested in edited… Read More »

ANALYSIS AND ACTIVISM: SOCIAL AND POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS OF JUNGIAN PSYCHOLOGY – SECOND CONFERENCE

Dear Friends and Colleagues, We are very happy to publish the Final Program of the Second Conference on ANALYSIS AND ACTIVISM: SOCIAL AND POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS OF JUNGIAN PSYCHOLOGY, that will take place next December in Rome. We hope that many of you will Join us! For any information, please do not hesitate to contact us.… Read More »

Attached is Jonathan Shedler’s latest salvo in his noble war against “Evidence Based Practices.”  EBP is truly the Emperor Without Clothes.  Yet, driven by the immense financial gain to academic psychologists who develop EBP’s, it is slowly insinuating itself into every corner of psychotherapy in the United States. I am a post-doctoral Fellow at LA’s… Read More »

New  New Irish Art  by Tony Clarke – Wicklow

I ran across Tony’s work and suggested he crafted some Freudian and Jungian art. See more of his work here http://www.newirishart.com/irish-artists/tony-clarke-artist http://tonyclarkearts.simplesite.com/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tony-Clarke/171366493027812  

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