In 2004, thirteen Jungian analysts founded the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association (JPA), certified by the International Association for Analytical Psychology. Our community, based in NYC, now consists of over 45 local and international analyst members including a growing number of JPA graduates, and 25 analysts-in-training. Our members teach, lecture, lead seminars and workshops, participate in national and international conferences, and are highly regarded and widely published in both professional and public domains.
The JPA follows the trajectory of C. G. Jung’s work as a theory of psychodynamics and the basis for effective analytic practice. Our mission is to cultivate the continuing education and professional competence of its members, to present programs and research that bring the creative understanding and applications of Jungian psychology in their contemporary conceptions to the larger professional, artistic, political, cultural, and scientific communities, to sponsor professional conferences, facilitate access to Jungian analysis through a referral service, and to train the next generation for professional licensure and international recognition as certified Jungian analysts.
The JPA is a Section 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization Chartered by the State of New York.
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“The Red Book: Entrances and Exits” in The Red Book: Reflections on C. G. Jung’s Liber Novus, ed. T. Kirsch and G. Hogenson, New York & London: Routledge, 2013.
“Cosmos and Culture in the Play of Synchronicity,” In The Playful Psyche: Entering Chaos, Coincidence, Creation. Jungian Odyssey Series IV. Eds. Stacy Wirth, Isabelle Meier & John Hill. New Orleans: Spring Journal, Inc.,133-147, 2012.
“Jung, science, and his legacy,” in International Journal of Jungian Studies, 3:2, 110-124, 2011.
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Synchronicity: Nature & Psyche in an Interconnected Universe (Fay Lecture Series). College Station, TX: Texas A & M University Press, 2009.
“Democracy, Time, and Organizational Life in the International Jungian Community.” Quadrant 38 (2), pp. 35-45, 2008.
“Towards the Feeling of Emergence.” J. Analytical Psychology 51(1), pp. 1-20, 2006.
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John Beebe, MD, Joseph Cambray, PhD, Thomas B. Kirsch, MD, “What Freudians Can Learn From Jung”, Psychoanalytic Psychology 18(2), pp. 213-242, 2001.
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Arione de Winter
Lady of the Beasts. New York: Amazon, 2013.
Book Review. “Soul-Making: Interweaving Art and Analysis by Francesco Donfrancesco.” Journal of Analytical Psychology 55 1, Feb. 2010: 136-137.
The Book of Symbols: Reflections on archetypal images. Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (ARAS) Ronnberg, Ami and Kathleen Martin. (Eds.) Contributing author. New York: Taschen, 2010
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Book Review: “At Home in the Language of Soul: Exploring Jungian Discourse and Psyche’s Grammar of Transformation, by Josephine Evetts-Secker”. Quadrant, XLIII:2, Summer 2013, pp. 80-85.
“Breast Cancer and the Descent: The Loss and Return of Spring”, Journal of Religion and Health, Volume 44, Number 2, June 2005, pp. 227-239.
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Visible Mind: Movies, Modernity and the Unconscious. London and New York: Routledge, 2013.
Hauke, Christopher & Hockley, Luke (eds.) Jung and Film II: The Return. Further Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. London and New York: Routledge, 2011
‘Keeping Secrets (and deciding what can be told). Individuation, Power and the Red Book’. The International Journal of Jungian Studies. Vol. 3 No. 3. 50th Anniversary issue, 2011
‘Turning On and Tuning Out. Technology, Image, Analysis’ pp.43-60 International Journal of Analytical Psychology. No. 54: Feb., 2009
“I am not in my own skin. I want to be in my own skin”. Revaluing Fragmentation and Narcissism’ in Gaitanidis, A. and Curk, P. (eds.), Narcissism: a Critical Reader London: Karnac. 2007
‘The Unconscious: Personal and Collective’ in Papadopoulos, Renos (ed.), The Handbook of Jungian Psychology. London and New York: Routledge, 2006
Human Being Human, Culture and the Soul. London and New York: Routledge, 2005
‘Jean Cocteau’s Orphee: Orpheus, Dionysis and Popular Culture’. pp127-142. Spring Journal of Archetypal Studies, No. 71: Fall, 2004
‘Uneasy Ghosts: Theories of the child in analytical psychology and psychoanalysis’ in Controversies in Analytical Psychology Robert Withers (ed.), London and Philadelphia: Routledge, 2002
Hauke, Christopher & Alister, Ian (eds.) Jung and Film, Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. London and New York: Routledge, 2001
Jung and the Postmodern: the Interpretation of Realities. London and Philadelphia: Routledge, 2000
Alister, Ian & Hauke, Christopher (eds.) Contemporary Jungian Analysis. Post-Jungian Perspectives from the Society of Analytical Psychology. London and New York: Routledge, 1998
Barbara Black Koltuv
Nights By The Wall Nicolas-Hays Nicolas-Hays November 2010
Amulets Talisman and Magical Jewelry: A Way to the Unseen, Everpresent, Almighty God Nicolas-Hays August 2005
Solomon and Sheba: Inner Marriage and Individuation Nicolas-Hays April 1993
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“Bringing dharma to earth: the sabarimalai pilgrimage and ayyappan myth. 2013. Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, 90, 227-250.
Kathleen Martin and Ami Ronnberg, eds. The Book of Symbols,: Reflections on Archetypal Images. Main contributing author. New York: Taschen, 2010
Jeffrey Rubin Morey
“Getting hysterical: Mogenson’s dove and the warring brothers of psychoanalysis.” Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche. 2009 3(3):73-80.
“Winnicott’s splitting headache: considering the gap between Jungian and object relations concepts.” J Anal Psychol. 2005 Jun;50(3):333-50.
Dreams of Totality: Where We Are When There’s Nothing at the Center, New Orleans: Spring Journal Books, 2013.
The Book of Symbols: Reflections on Archetypal Images (Archive for Research on Archetypal Symbols). Eds. A. Ronnberg and K. Martin. Main contributing author. New York: Taschen, 2010.
“Peregrinations of Active Imagination: the Elusive Quintessence in Postmodern Motion” in Jungian Psychoanalysis 3rd edition, ed. By Murray Stein, 2009, Chicago, Ill.: Open Court Books.
“Breakdowns and Breakthroughs: Kinship and Psychoanalytic Theory” in Quadrant. 2008. Journal of the C.G. Jung Fd. for Analytical Psychology. NY. Vol. 38,1, 32-41
“The Creative Psyche: Jung’s Major Contributions” in The Cambridge Companion to Jung ed. by Polly Young-Eisendrath and Terence Dawson. 1997. 2nd edition 2008 Cambridge University Press, U.K., N.Y.
“New Directions Home: African Oracles and Analytic Attitudes” Proceedings of the 17th International IAAP Congress for Analytical Psychology, Capetown, South Africa 2007, Daimon Verlag.
“True Imagination” in Spring: a Journal of Archetype and Culture, 2006, Spring Journal Inc., New Orleans, Louisiana
“Beyond the Margins: From Projective Identification to Active Imagination – the Question of Technique in Analytical Psychology” In Proceedings of the 16th International Congress in Analytical Psychology. 2006. Zurich: Daimon-Verlag
“Blood Payments” in Terror, Violence, and the Impulse to Destroy: Perspectives from Analytical Psychology. 2003, Zurich: Daimon-Verlag.
“Amor Fati and the Wisdom of Psychological Creativity” in The Psychology of Mature Spirituality: Integrity, Wisdom, Transcendence. Edited by Polly Young-Eisendrath and Melvin Miller. 2000. Routledge, U.K.
“Dissociation and the Self in the Magical pre-Oedipal Field” in Journal of Analytical Psychology. 1999. Vol. 44, 1-69-85. Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, U.K.
“Poisons and Panaceas in Analytic Training” in Destruction and Creation: Personal and Cultural Transformations. Florence 1998, Proceedings of the 14th International Congress for Analytical Psychology. Daimon-Verlag, Switzerland.
Ann Belford Ulanov
Knots and Their Untying. New Orleans, LA: Spring, 2014.
Madness and Creativity. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 2013.
The Unshuttered Heart: Opening to Aliveness and Deadness in the Self. Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press, 2007.
The Spirit in Jung. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag, 2005.
Spiritual Aspects of Clinical Work. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag, 2005.
“The Third in the Shadow of the Fourth.” Journal of Analytical Psychology. 52, No. 5, 2007, pp. 585-607
Finding Space: Winnicott, God, and Psychic Reality. Louisville, KY: Westminster/John Knox Press, 2001.
Ulanov, Ann and Barry. Cinderella and Her Sisters: The Envied and the Envying. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon, 1998.
The Functioning Transcendent: Studies in Analytical Psychology, Wilmette, IL: Chiron, 1996.
Ulanov, Ann and Barry. Transforming Sexuality: The Archetypal World of Anima and Animus. Boston, MA: Shambala, 1994.
The Wizard’s Gate, Picturing Consciousness. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon, 1994.
Ulanov, Ann and Barry. The Witch and the Clown: Two Archetypes of Human Sexuality. Wilmette, IL: Chiron Publications, 1987.
“Jung’s “Art Complex,” ARAS, Art and Psyche Online Journal, 2009, issue 3
“Saracen’s Wound. “Islamic” Wound of the Western Psyche.” in Barcelona 2004. Proceedings of the XVI Congress of the International Association for Analytical Psychology. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag, 2006
“Deconstructing the Monstrous: An ‘Ecologically Correct’ Approach—From ‘What are Dragons for?’ to ‘What do Dragons want?’”, pp. 293-312, in Archetypal Psychologies, Ed. Stanton Marlan, New Orleans, Spring Journal Books,
“Emotion and Energy, C. G. Jung’s Fordham Legacy”, Jung in the Academy and Beyond: The Fordham Lectures 100 Years later, New Orleans: Spring Journal Books, 2014
“Time and Tao in Synchronicity” in The Pauli-Jung Conjecture and Its Impact Today, ed. by Atmanspacher, H. and Fuchs, C. Imprint Academic, Exeter, 2014
“When Psyche meets Soma: the question of incarnation” (2006) in Corrigal,J., Payne,H., and Wilkinson,H., (Eds.) About A Body, Routledge, London and New York. 213-223.
“Imagination as Laboratory” (2004) Journal of Analytical Psychology 49, pp.235-242.
“A Meeting of Rare Minds”, Introduction to Atom and Archetype. The Pauli-Jung Correspondence. Princeton. Princeton University Press, 2001
“The Psyche as Process”, Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 10, (3), 2000.
“Transference and Dream in Illness: Waxing Psyche, waning body” Journal of Analytical Psychology – vol.45, no. 1. January, 2000
“Thawing the Frozen Accidents: The Archetypal Dimension of Counter-Transference” Journal of Analytical Psychology, January 1997, Vol. 42, No. 1.
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