In the Spotlight – Henry Abramovitch

We are delighted to bring a portrait of another of our colleagues who has had a remarkable influence on the Jungian community. This time, Henry Abramovitch is in the spotlight. Please enjoy Jan Wiener’s introduction and her interview with Henry Abramovich. It gives me great pleasure to write about Henry Abramovitch for this month’s edition of […]

In the Spotlight – Beverley Zabriskie

We are delighted to bring a portrait of another of our colleagues who has had a remarkable influence on the Jungian community. This time, Beverley Zabriskie is in the spotlight. Please enjoy Margaret Klenck’s introduction to Beverley Zabriskie’s presentation of herself below. Beverley took the proposal to be the subject of this IAAP Spotlight as an […]

In the Spotlight – Heyong Shen

We are delighted to bring a portrait of another of our colleagues who has had a remarkable influence on the Jungian community. This time, Heyong Shen is in the spotlight. Please enjoy Emilija Kiehl’s portrait of Heyong Shen below. It is with great pleasure the we present our colleague from China, Professor Heyong Shen. His article […]

In the Spotlight – Kathrin Asper

We are delighted to bring a portrait of another of our colleagues who has had a remarkable influence on the Jungian community. This time, Kathrin Asper is in the spotlight. Please enjoy Gražina Gudaitė’s portrait of Kathrin Asper below. Kathrin Asper, Ph.D, is a Swiss Jungian analyst who had a private practice for many years; […]

In the Spotlight – Mario Saiz

We are delighted to bring a portrait of another of our colleagues who has had a remarkable influence on the Jungian community. This time, Mario Saiz is in the spotlight. Please enjoy Pilar Amezaga’s portrait of Mario Saiz below. My first encounter with Mario Saiz was 44 years ago. At that time, I was a […]

In the Spotlight – Donald Kalsched

I had the opportunity to meet Donald Kalsched for the first time at a Conference in Santorini, in September 2012. At that time I was writing a paper to be presented at the International IAAP Congress in Copenhagen, the following year. While writing my paper, some questions regarding the role of the Internal Saboteur had […]

In the Spotlight – Jan Wiener

Jan Wiener is a familiar figure to many IAAP analysts and routers around the world, known for her work in teaching, supervising and supporting Developing Groups. Her contributions to the professional and personal development of Jungians from London to Taiwan, from Serbia to Ukraine, from Denmark to Russia, have been greatly valued. Not only interested […]

In the Spotlight – Gert Sauer

Gert Oskar Alexander Sauer is a psychotherapist and Jungian psychoanalyst who works and teaches in Freiburg, Germany. He is a senior analyst and supervisor at the Institute for Analytical Psychology in Stuttgart. He has been married to his wife Rodtraud since 1965 and they have 3 children and now 6 grandchildren. Rodtraud was and is […]

In the Spotlight – John Beebe

This month the IAAP News Bulletin spotlight falls on John Beebe. One of the relatively few extraverts in our profession, his warmth and enthusiasm is widely reciprocated across the Jungian world, from his home society in San Francisco to cities in China, where he has been active in Jungian trainings for two decades. When John […]

In the Spotlight – Peter Ammann

Our feature, where we bring a portrait of one of our colleagues who has had a remarkable influence on our Jungian community, has turned out to be most popular. So, we are delighted to bring the next portrait, this time of Peter Ammann. Please enjoy Fred Borchardt’s portrait of Peter Ammann below. One of the ways of […]

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