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 […]

Lyn Cowan, 1942 – 2022

Jeanne Lacourt, a dear friend and colleague of Lyn’s sent this out today: Our beloved Lyn Cowan passed away on Friday, January 28th at 2:00 PM CST in St. Paul, Minnesota. At her side were her sister Nancy Karlebach, nephew Jared Karlebach, from New York and good friend, Jeanne Lacourt from Minnesota. She was visited by […]

Rhoda Kassof Isaac, 1929 – 2022

Rhoda Kassof Isaac, 93, died of age-related illnesses as well as Covid-19 on January 26th 2022.

She was born in New York City and grew up there before moving to a chicken farm in New Jersey. She studied textile design at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and was the mother of Jan Luss (1949-1996, son of her first husband Gerald Luss). She married Henry Isaac in 1954 and her son Jeffrey Isaac was born in 1956. The family moved to Switzerland in 1963. She resumed her studies in mid-life culminating in a degree in analytical psychology from the CG Jung Institute, specializing in picture interpretation. In 1988 she moved to Princeton, New Jersey.

Hester Solomon, 1943 – 2021

We are heartbroken to learn that Hester Solomon passed away peacefully on the 5th of October 2021. Hester McFarland Solomon The death of Hester McFarland Solomon on October 5th, 2021 is truly a profound loss for the international Jungian community.  Hester was only the second woman to become president of the IAAP, following Verena Kast.  […]

Lucy Klein, 1921 – 2021

Lucille (“Lucy”) Klein, Jungian psychoanalyst, born on August 31, 1921 in Tupelo, Mississippi, passed away on April 24, 2021, just a few months short of her 100th birthday. A daughter of the South, she retained her charming Southern accent throughout her life, which included: serving as a Navy nurse during WWII; a long marriage to […]

Jean Carr, 1944 – 2020

Dear Friends and Colleagues, By now you will have been informed of the death of our dear friend and colleague Jean Carr, who died suddenly of fast moving, terminal cancer. To say that Jean was a very special person would be an understatement. Not only did she combine a very keen mind which included much […]

Thomas Parker, 1927 – 2020

Thomas was a Jungian Analyst with the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco where he did his training.  He then became a training analyst, lecturer, and served as its president.  Later, he was a member of the Society of Jungian Analysts of San Diego, and President of the Friends of Jung. Thomas had profound respect […]

Thomas John Kapacinskas , 1941 – 2020

SOUTH BEND, IN – Thomas John Kapacinskas was born on October 31, 1941. He died on Friday, August 14, 2020. Tom was educated at St. Bede Academy in Peru, IL and the University of Notre Dame, BA ‘63, JD ‘68. Tom completed a post-doctoral diploma in Analytical Psychology (Jungian Psychoanalysis) in 1972 at the C.G. […]

Alessandra Cavalli, 1957 – 2020

April 27th 1957 –May 17th 2020 It is with great sadness that we let the Jungian community know of the sudden death of Alessandra Cavalli after what we think was a short, Covid-19 related illness.The shockof her death when at the height of her career has left so many-patients, friends and colleagues alike-struggling to take […]

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