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 the manager of their work together.

When the iron curtain came down, they showed great interest towards the post-soviet region and started to organize different forms of support for individuals interested in Analytical Psychology. Gert Sauer has given many seminars and he lectures widely; he was and is very active in the IAAP Routers Programme. He is the liaison person for the Kemerovo Developing Group, which is in the process of becoming a group member of IAAP. He has contributed to many publications in recent years. He contributed ‘About two cultural complexes’ to the book Europe’s Many Souls: Exploring Cultural Complexes and Identities, and ‘Cultural Trauma in Modern Germany’ to the book Confronting Cultural Trauma: Jungian Approaches to Understanding and Healing. He has also published a book Siberian Lectures on Analytical Psychology (in Russian).

Click HERE to read Gražina Gudaitė’s portrait of Gert Sauer in full.
And you may HERE find an interesting new interview with Gert Sauer.

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