Dr. Sue Mizen wins Michael Fordham prize

The Journal of Analytical Psychology has announced that Dr. Sue Mizen is the winner of the Michael Fordham prize with her paper ‘The Self and alien self in psyche and soma’.
The Michael Fordham Prize is awarded annually, in February, to the paper which the editors and the editorial  board feel best demonstrates the most creative and original approach to clinical analytic thinking published in the JAP in the year.

The paper warranted the Fordham prize due to its presentation of unique clinical accounts, while also illustrating the theoretical intersection between analytical psychology and neuroscience. Mizen’s writing challenges the reader to integrate analytic theory and neuroscience in ways both innovative and imaginative for clinical work.

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