Jerome S. Bernstein, 1936 – 2023

Dear Jungian Colleagues, I am sad to inform you that my husband, Jerome Bernstein, passed away on Sunday, January 22, 2023. A memorial service will be held at Judean Memorial Gardens at 16225 Batchellors Forest Road, Olney, Maryland 20832 on Sunday January 29, 2023 at 10:00 a.m. ET. Following Jerome’s interests, contributions can be sent […]

Elphis Christopher, 1936 – 2022

With great sadness, the British Jungian Analytic Association BJAA said goodbye to our eminent and much- loved colleague, Dr Elphis Christopher, in December of 2022. We wanted to share with the Jungian community the beautiful Eulogy for Elphis written by her daughter, Helen, and husband, Donald Jenkinson. Elphis Christopher was born in 1936 to Greek […]

Shi Congxin, 1974 – 2022

It is with great sadness that we report to you that SHI Congxin (Anri), a member of the China Society for Analytical Psychology(CSAP), who became a Jungian analyst by resolution of the IAAP Congress in September, passed away on November 19, 2022, at the age of 50, due to stomach cancer. She is an A-level […]

Vladimir Serrano Pérez, 1952 – 2022

Vladimir Serrano Pérez was born in 1952 in Quito, Ecuador, He studied Public and Social Sciences. He was a leading member of the National History Academy of Ecuador. He was the founder of the C.G. Jung Foundation of Ecuador and the Institute of Ancient Wisdom Jatun Yachai Wasi. He was an individual member of the […]

Frédérique Dambreville-Soliveau, 1951 – 2022

It is with immense sadness that we announce that AGAP member Frédérique Dambreville died peacefully at her home in Paris on 7 October; she was only 71 years old. Those of us who knew her cherished above all her wisdom, wit, energy, and uncompromising integrity. She last lectured in June this year at the Psyche […]

Sylvia Anne Hoagland, 1936 – 2022

After a decades long battle with cancer, AGAP member Anne Hoagland died on September 21st in Portland, Oregon at the age of 85. Glamourous and socially gifted, Anne could connect with many different types of people. No one would have thought that she had suffered severe abandonment and neglect during most of her childhood. Yet […]

Franz-Xaver Jans-Scheidegger, 1943 – 2022

Franz-Xaver Jans-Scheidegger, dipl.theol.February 5, 1943 – September 16, 2022 On September 16, 2022, our beloved colleague and friend Franz-Xaver Jans-Scheidegger passed away after a long illness, which over the last several years had forced his gradual withdrawal from professional activities. Based in rural Lucerne, Franz-Xaver was a graduate of CGJI-Zürich, an AGAP member since 1975, […]

Steven J. Frank, 1948 – 2022

We are deeply saddened to share that our beloved husband, father, grandfather, friend, and colleague Steven J. Frank, PhD passed away on February 12, 2022 in Los Angeles, CA at the age of 73 from cancer. His tremendous determination and will to live after battling multiple myeloma for 15 years, along with a recent diagnosis […]

Jutta von Buchholtz, 1940 – 2022

Jutta von Buchholtz *1940 †2022Along with many others, we AGAP members grieve the loss of our beloved friend and colleague, Jutta von Buchholtz, who died on February 15, 2022. While retaining her membership with IRSJA, Jutta was also a long-standing and active AGAP member. Fondly known by many of her analysands as the “gypsy analyst,”  Jutta […]

Beatrice Jezic-Oesch, 1924 – 2022

With sadness, we want to inform the entire Jungian community that in the early hours of Sunday, February 6th, 2022, our beloved Beatrice Jezic-Oesch undertook her last journey.Born in Bern on January 31st, 1924, she lived in Denia for a quarter of her life, her final years.Each of us has shared a lot with her, much of our lives and hers. A lot or a little, it has always been good. That’s why we will miss her.As for our society, we want to remember her work, her collaboration in very difficult times […]