In the Spotlight – Eva Pattis Zoja

We are delighted in this News Bulletin to bring a portrait and an interview with Eva Pattis Zoja, one of our most wellknown and influential colleagues within the outreach field. Please enjoy below the portrait, written by Caterina Vezzoli, who has also made this inspiring interview. I met Eva Pattis Zoja many years ago at CIPA […]

In the Spotlight – Joe Cambray

In this issue of the Bulletin, we are delighted to bring a portrait of Joe Cambray, who has had a remarkable influence on our Jungian Community, both organisationally, and – not least – in the field of research. Please enjoy Gražina Gudaitė’s introduction and her interview with Joe Cambray. Joe Cambray is a Jungian analyst in […]

David H. Rosen – 1945 – 2024

David H. Rosen (1945 – 2024) was an American psychiatrist, Jungian analyst, and author. He was the first holder of the McMillan Professorship in Analytical Psychology, Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Science, and Professor of Humanities in Medicine at Texas A&M University.  He died in May 2024 following a long illness. His wide-ranging research interests included analytical […]

2024 JSSS Conference

We are delighted to invite you to participate in the Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies 19th annual conference: Theory to Action: Taking Jungian Ideas into the World at Hotel Andaluz in Albuquerque, New Mexico: June 13−16, 2024.

International Conference of Dialogue with Embodied Imagination

Embodied Imagination® (EI), developed by Robert Bosnak, a seasoned international Jungian analyst, over the past nearly 50 years, is an original method that applies dreams, bodily symptoms, early memories, and creative imagination to psychotherapy, trauma experiences, medical health, artistic creation, AI technology, and dream research. The 2024 International Embodied Imagination® Conference will be held in […]

Daniela Eulert-Fuchs – 1962 – 2024

It was with great sadness that I learned of the death of Daniela Eulert-Fuchs. Although I was informed  about her serious illness, she also wrote to me about it herself. She was courageous and even last year, after the treatments had failed, she did not give up hope. Daniela was a very special person, very […]

In the Spotlight – Renos Papadopoulos

We are delighted to present Professor Renos Papadopoulos, another of our influential colleagues, in the Spotlight of this Bulletin. His significant contribution to the development of analytical psychology in different parts of the world and fields of scientific and psychosocial endeavour includes forging the links between clinical Jungian training and academic Jungian scholarship. The International Association […]

In the Spotlight – Astrid Berg

The IAAP Bulletin Spotlight for this edition is on Astrid Berg, one of the stalwarts of Jungian psychology in South Africa and internationally. She is known as a diligent organizer, accomplished speaker and incisive writer. Astrid was asked by Fred Borchardt to tell Bulletin Readers about herself. He wanted to know a little more about […]

In the Spotlight – Andrew Samuels

Andrew Samuels

In this issue of the IAAP News Bulletin we are pleased to introduce Andrew Samuels, who is yet another of our colleagues who has had a remarkable influence on the Jungian community. Please enjoy Misser Berg’s introduction and her interview with Andrew Samuels. Jungian Analyst Professor Andrew Samuels is a Training and Supervising analyst in SAP, […]

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