• Jungian Perspectives on Clinical Supervision -   edited by Paul Kugler

Paul Kugler

Jungian Perspectives on Clinical Supervision

edited by Paul Kugler

265 pages, ISBN 3-85630-552-1 / 978-3-85630-552-9

The role of supervision in the training of clinical psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, and psychoanalysts has in recent years taken on increasing importance. Even though supervision has long been an essential part of the training of psychotherapists, remarkably little was written on the subject until ten years ago. This volume addresses the need for more open discussion of the various facets of supervision and the training of analytic candidates with chapters by leaders in the field on elaborating technique, elucidating transference and countertransference issues, proposing direction and focus to clinical inquiry, suggesting dynamic and archetypal formulations of the analytic process, and exploring repetitive patterns of behavior, thought, and fantasy. This collection embodies an essential reference source for supervising psychoanalysts and therapists, as well as training candidates, graduate students in social work and clinical psychology, and psychiatry residents.

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James Astor is a training analyst at the Society of Analytical Psychology in London. He trained in Child and Adult analysis and worked in a Child and Family Department of a teaching hospital for a number of years but now is in full-time practice. He continues to teach and supervise for the S.A.P., and the British Association of Psychotherapists and is currently preparing a book on the work of Michael Fordham.

John Beebe, M.D., has been a control (supervising) analyst for candidates of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco and Chairperson of the Institute’s Certifying Board. The founding editor of The San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal and the first U.S. Coeditor of The Journal of Analytical Psychology. He is the author of Integrity in Depth.

Crittenden E. Brookes M.D., Ph.D. is in the private practice of psychiatry and Jungian analysis in San Francisco. He is past Director of Curriculum and past member of the Board of Governors of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, and is also a member of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. A fellow and past member of the Board of Trustees of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis as well as a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. Dr. Brookes also holds a degree of Black Belt in Aikido.

Jean Carr trained first as a social worker, and worked in a variety of settings, including the Adult Psychiatry Department at Guys Hospital, London. She then trained as a Jungian Psychotherapist with the British Association of Psychotherapists. She now works as a senior manager in Oxfordshire Social Services Department and in private practice. Her interest in supervision arises from working and supervising in an organisational context, and the influence of the wider system on the supervisory pair.

Lionel Corbett, M.D., graduated from the Medical School at the University of Manchester, England in 1966. Following his psychiatric training, he moved to the USA in 1972. On the faculty of various medical schools, he spent several years as a researcher in psychopharmacology. For 12 years at Rush Medical College and Presbyterian St. Lukes Hospital in Chicago, he served as clinical director of both the psychogeriatric and general psychiatry units. He is a graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago and has been instrumental in the development of the new analytic training program in Santa Fe, New Mexico, his home since 1989.

Gustav Dreifuss, Ph.D., Diploma C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich, 1959. Training Analyst and former President, Israel Association of Analytical Psychology. Former lecturer and Supervisor, Psychotherapy Section, University Tel Aviv and Psychotherapy section, Medical School, Psychiatric Department, Rambam Hospital, Haifa. Author of many papers since 1965. Currently he is in practice in Haifa.

Michael Fordham, M.D., is a training analyst in the Society of Analytical Psychology. He is also coeditor of the Collected Works of C.G. Jung and was the first editor of The Journal of Analytical Psychology. He has written numerous papers in scientific journals and several books, three more recent ones being Jungian Psychotherapy and Explorations into the Self, and an autobiography: The Making of an Analyst.

Joseph Henderson , M.D., is an analytical psychologist in private practice in San Francisco, a founding member of the C.G. Jung Institute in San Francisco and former Vice-President of the IAAP. He is author of Threshold of Initiation, a coauthor of Jung’s Man and His Symbols, The Wisdom of the Serpent (with Maud Oakes), Cultural Attitudes in Psychological Perspective and Shadow and Self.

Judith Hubback, M.A. (Cantab.), is a training analyst of the Society of Analytical Psychology, London. She does individual and small group supervision. She was Editor of the Journal of Analytical Psychology from 1977 to 1986, and Consultative Editor from 1986 to 1994. Many of her papers were published under the title People who do Things to Each Other, Chiron 1988.

Elie Humbert, Ph.D., was personally trained as a psychoanalyst by Jung. An internationally renowned lecturer, he taught at the University of Paris in the Department of Psychoanalysis. Co-founder of the French Society of Analytical Psychology and past President of the French Jung Society, he served as chief editor of Cahiers de Psychologie Jungienne. He is author of C.G. Jung (Chiron) and numerous other works in French.

Mario Jacoby, Ph. D., is a training analyst, lecturer, and member of the Curatorium (Board of Directors) of the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich. Analyst and psychotherapist in private practice. For ten years before becoming an analyst he was a concert violinist. He has lectured throughout Europe, the United States, and the Pacific Rim and is the author of numerous articles and books on analytical psychology. Available in English are his books Longing for Paradise (Sigo Press), The Analytic Encounter (Inner City Books 1984), Individuation and Narcissism (Routledge 1989), Shame and the Origins of Self-esteem. (1994, Routledge).

Donald Kalsched, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and Jungian analyst in private practice in New York City and Katonah, NY. He is a member of the teaching and supervisory faculty of the C.G. Jung Institute in New York and the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. Currently he is working on a book on the “Inner World of Trauma” from a Jungian standpoint (Routledge).

Paul Kugler, Ph.D., Diploma C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich, 1979, is former Director of Training and current President of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. He has taught at the State University of New York and is the author of numerous articles ranging from contemporary psychoanalysis (Lacan, Kohut, Langs, etc.) and childhood seduction to experimental theater and postmodernism. His books include The Alchemy of Discourse and the forthcoming Clinical Psychopathology.

Mary Ann Mattoon , Ph.D., is a Jungian analyst in private practice in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She received her Diploma from the C.G. Jung Institute of Zurich in 1956 and her Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Minnesota in 1970. Currently she is a Clinical Professor of Psychology at the University of Minnesota and a Senior Training Analyst with the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. She is author of three books – Understanding Dreams, Jungian Psychology in Perspective, Jungian Psychology after Jung – and is Editor of the Proceedings of the International Association for Jungian Psychology: 1986, 1989, 1992.

Norah Moore is a training analyst and supervisor of the Society of Analytical Psychology, London. She is the author of a number of papers on clinical aspects and the transference, as well as on archetypal themes, and is particularly interested in integrating these two approaches. She is a former Director of Training of the S.A.P. and has a special interest in matters of training and supervision. Her practice is in London and in Surrey, England.

Alfred Plaut, M.D., was born in Düsseldorf, Germany. In 1913 he emigrated to South Africa and in 1933 completed his medical studies. After serving as a medical officer during W.W. II, he specialized in general psychiatry, child psychiatry and trained as an analytical psychologist. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and a former editor of The Journal of Analytical Psychology. He has authored numerous publications, the most recent being Analysis Analyzed (Routledge, 1993). In 1986 he returned to Berlin where now is in private practice.

Joan Reggiori first trained as a Psychiatric Social Worker before training as an Analytical Psychologist with the Jungian section of the British Association of Psychotherapists. As a B.A.P. Training Therapist and Training Supervisor she teaches and supervises its qualifying course. She also supervises the qualifying course of the Institute of Group Analysis and is a psychotherapist at St. Bartolomews Hospital. She has a private practice and has written on “Psychotherapy in the National Health Service.”

Marga Speicher, M.S.W., Ph.D., faculty member and former President of the C.G. Jung Institute of New York. Active in professional organizations with an interdisciplinary and multi-theoretical perspective, she is a Founding Member and President of the International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education (IFPE) and often represents the Jungian point of view at interdisciplinary conferences. She has lectured and written on symbolic understanding in folklore and literature and on aspects of the educational process in the analytic field.

Ann B. Ulanov, M.Div., Ph.D., L.H.D., is the Christiane Brooks Johnson Professor of Psychiatry and Religion at Union Theological Seminary, a psychoanalyst in private practice, and a supervising analyst and faculty member of the C.G. Jung Institute, NYC. With her husband, Barry Ulanov, she is the author of Religion and the Unconscious, Primary Speech: A Psychology of Prayer, Cinderella and Her Sisters: The Envied and the Envying; by herself she is the author of The Feminine in Christian Theology and in Jungian Psychology, Receiving Woman, Picturing God , The Wisdom of the Psyche, The Functioning Transcendent, and The Wizards’ Gate.

Joseph Wakefield , M.D., studied medicine at Stanford Medical School and completed his analytic training at the C.G. Jung Institute, San Francisco. Among his interests are the psychological aspects of supervision and ethics. His recent publications are: “The Supervisor,” in Closeness in Personal and Professional Relationships, ed. Harry Wilmer, Shambhala, 1992 and “Am I My Brother’s Keeper? Impairment in the Healing Profession,” in Cast the First Stone: Ethics in Analytic Therapy,” ed Lena B. Ross, Chiron Publications, in press.

Hans-Joachim Wilke, M.D., is a member of the German Society of Analytical Psychology, training analyst and lecturer at the Institute of Psychotherapy, Berlin. Executive editor of Zeitschrift für Analytische Psychologie. In private practice since 1967.

Louis Zinkin, M.D., who died suddenly in March 1993, was a Jungian analyst in private practice in London. He was a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, a Training Analyst of the Society of Analytical Psychology and also of the Institute of Group Analysis, and Honorary Consultant Psychotherapist and Senior Lecturer at St. George’s Hospital, London, where he had worked for ten years before his retirement in 1989. As well as working with individuals, Dr. Zinkin practiced group and marital therapy. He was the author of many papers and coeditor with Dr. Dennis Brown of The Psyche and the Social World, published by Routledge, London, 1994.

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