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James Hillman, Therapist in Men’s Movement, Dies at 85

From the New York Times: James Hillman, a charismatic therapist and best-selling author whose theories about the psyche helped revive interest in the ideas of Carl Jung, animating the so-called men’s movement in the 1990s and stirring the pop-cultural air, died on Thursday at his home in Thompson, Conn. He was 85. Part scholar, part… Read More »

Vocatus atqua non vocatus deus aderit. (Called or not called, God is present.)

On This Day: Here is the original New York Times Obituary of Dr Carl G. Jung. By The Associated Press ZURICH, Switzerland, June 6–Professor Carl Gustav Jung, one of the founders of analytic psychology, died today at his villa in Kuessnacht on Lake Lucerne. He was 85 years old. The famed psychologist was beset by… Read More »

Death of Eugene Taylor on 30th January 2013

It is with great sadness and regret that I am writing to inform you of the death of Eugene Taylor on 30th January 2013.  Eugene Taylor was the longest serving member of the Philemon Board, joining in 2004, shortly after its launch.  He was a Professor at Saybrook University, where he had been chair of… Read More »

Dr. Niel Micklem has passed from this life.

Dear Friends and Associates, Dr. Niel Micklem died on December 9th,.  He was ninety-one and was in frail health in his last years.  He was an esteemed Jungian Analyst.  He will be remembered by many people for his uncanny ability of listening to the psyche.   When I would go back to England to visit him,… Read More »

Roger Woolger,  Ph.D

To those of you who are familiar with Roger Woolger and his work, you may be interested to know that there is a thanksgiving service to celebrate his life and work as therapist and author on Thursday 23rd February, 12.30, at St James’ Church, 197 Piccadilly, London W1J 9LL (the venue for ‘Alternatives’). Below is a short notice… Read More »

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