Mirrors on the ceiling, Chicago O'Hare International Airport.

A Trip to Zürich

In November 2015, I traveled to Zürich, Switzerland, to visit the places where Jung lived and worked. While there, I recorded interviews with Dr. Murray Stein, training analyst at the International School of Analytical Psychology Zürich {ISAP}, and Dr. Barbara Davies, who received her analytic training directly from Jung's closest pupil, Dr. Marie-Louise von Franz. I also met with the president of The Psychology Club Zürich, founded by Jung in 1916, and with Dr. Robert Hinshaw, training analyst/supervisor at the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich as well as publisher and founder of Daimon Verlag. Shaun Lau stepped in as guest host to interview me about the trip for Episode #11.

Guest Appearances

On April 4, 2016, I was interviewed by Cesar Torres for Pen & Pixel. You can watch that one-hour video interview, Carl Jung, Creativity & the Unconscious, on YouTube.

In February, I was Brian Turnof's guest on The Mind's Eye to discuss Jung's occult experiences. That episode aired live on ZTalk Radio. The archived show is available to stream or download from Podcast Garden or to listen to on YouTube.

Then on January 31, 2016, I made a live guest appearance on Beyond the Strange to introduce the life and work of C.G. Jung to a whole new audience. You can stream or download the entire show on Spreaker or listen to it on YouTube. There is also a show notes page in the Blog section of this website.

And on November 16, 2015, I was the guest on No, Totally! to discuss the movie A Dangerous Method, the story of Jung, Freud and Sabina Spielrein, and wound up talking a lot about Jungian analysis. You can listen to the episode at nototally.com. There, you'll also find links on how to listen on iTunes and Stitcher.

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"The woman who is virgin, one-in-herself, does what she does, not because of any desire to please, not to be liked, or to be approved, even by herself; not because of any desire to gain power over another, to catch his interest or love, but because what she does is true." ~M. Esther Harding, Woman's Mysteries: Ancient & Modern