Grażina Gudaitė and Murray Stein, Eds.
Confronting Cultural Trauma
Jungian Approaches to Understanding and Healing
268 pages, ISBN 978-1-935528-65-4 Spring
Since the start of the twenty-first century, Jungian psychoanalysts around the world have turned their attention toward the impact of collective traumatic events on individuals and history. In this volume, Jungian psychoanalysts from Russia, Eastern Europe, Israel, Africa, and Asia join a number of others who have made recent important contributions to the growing literature on this subject. Some of the chapters are personal and bear witness to the authors' own experience with cultural trauma; others offer a more general, historical look at the effects of trauma on patients and on cultures as a whole. Questions of practical treatment both for individuals and cultures are addressed, touching on political action and on possibilities for raising collective consciousness of a traumatic past and its present and continuing actuality.
Editors' and Contributors' Bios
Vered Arbit, M.A., is an expressive arts therapist and a diploma candidate at International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich. She practices in Israel and has extensive expertise in treating sexually abused women. She teaches and conducts workshops on the treatment of post-traumatic stress and dissociation.
Astrid Berg, M.D., is associate professor at the University of Cape Town (UCT) and a senior consultant in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Red Cross Children's Hospital in Cape Town, where she heads the UCT's Parent-Infant Mental Health Service. She is a founding member of the South African Association of Jungian Analysts, where she is a training analyst. Her particular interest is in intercultural communication, which is the theme of her book Connecting with South Africa.
Jerome Bernstein, M.A.P.C., N.C.Psy.A., is a Jungian psychoanalyst in private practice in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He is a senior training analyst in the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, lectures internationally, and is the author of Living in the Borderland: The Evolution of Consciousness and the Challenge of Healing Trauma.
Grażina Gudaitė, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at Vilnius University and a Jungian psychoanalyst. She is author of several books and articles in analytical psychology and has a private practice in Vilnius, where she coordinates and teaches in the International Association for Analytical Psychology's Router program for Lithuania.
Allan Guggenbühl, Ph.D., is professor of psychology at the University of Bern and a training analyst at International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich. He is the creator of "mythodrama," a unique program for working with juvenile delinquents in schools. He is the author of many books on mythodrama, and he lectures internationally.
John Hill, M.A., is a diploma graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich (1973) and presently a training and supervising analyst at International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich. He lectures internationally and is the author of At Home in the World: Sounds and Symmetries of Belonging. He has a private practice in Zurich.
Vsevolod Kalinenko, PhD, is a Jungian analyst with a private practice in Moscow. He is an assistant professor at the Institute of Practical Psychology and Psychoanalysis in Moscow and a teacher and supervisor in training program of the Russian Society of Analytical Psychology.
Eleonore Lehr-Rottmann, Ph.D., was born and educated in Germany and received her doctorate in human development from the University of Maryland. A graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute-Küsnacht, she teaches presently at the International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich, where she is a training analyst. She has a private practice in Constance, Germany.
Monika Luik is a Jungian psychoanalyst, living and working in private practice in Tallinn and in Parnu, Estonia.
Gadi Maoz, Ph.D., is a clinical and medical psychologist, a training analyst, and president of the New Israeli Jungian Society. He is the director and chief psychologist of a community mental health center in Israel and coordinates and teaches in the northern branch of a Jungian psychotherapy school.
Patricia Michan, M.A., is a Jungian psychoanalyst and founder of the Centro Mexicano C. G. Jung in Mexico City. She is engaged in ongoing extensive study on the relationship between analytical psychology and pre-Hispanic mythology and its relevance for clinical practice in Mexico, where she has a private practice. She lectures internationally and is the author of several publications on the theme of myth and psychotherapeutic treatment.
Ursula Peterson is a Jungian psychoanalyst in private practice in Tallinn, Estonia. She is a graduate of the International Association for Analytical Psychology's (IAAP) Router program and an individual member of the IAAP.
Marijana Popovic, M.A., is Jungian psychoanalyst in private practice in Belgrade, Serbia. She has translated several books in the field of analytical psychology into Serbian. Her recent research bears on the role of fairy tales in analysis.
Velimir B. Popovic, Ph.D., is associate professor of clinical psychology at Belgrade University, where he also teaches analytical psychology, and a Jungian psychoanalyst in private practice in Belgrade, Serbia. He is the author of many articles and two books in the field of analytical psychology.
Gert Sauer, Ph.D., is senior training analyst and supervisor at the C. G. Jung Institute-Stuttgart. He and his wife, Rodtraud Sauer, are founders of the Network for Analytical Psychology in Eastern Europe. He has a private practice in Freiburg-im-Breisgau, Germany. He lectures widely and teaches in the International Association for Analytical Psychology's Router program in Russia.
Kristina Schellinski, M.A., is a training and supervising analyst at the International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich. She has a private practice in Geneva, Switzerland. Prior to becoming an analyst, she worked for UNICEF in New York and Geneva.
Madina Slutskaya, M.A., is a clinical psychologist and Jungian psychoanalyst with a private practice in Moscow. She is head of the Department for Analytical Psychology at the Institute of Practical Psychology and Psychoanalysis and a supervisor in its training programs. She is president of the Russian Society of Analytical Psychology.
Murray Stein, Ph.D., is former president of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (2001-4) and of the International School of Analytical Psychology (ISAP) in Zurich (2008-12). He is the author of many books and articles on analytical psychology and Jungian psychoanalysis, and he lectures internationally. He is training and supervising analyst with ISAP-Zurich.
Mari Yoshikawa, Ph.D., is professor of clinical psychology at Gakushuin University in Tokyo. She has a practice in psychotherapy and sandplay as a certified clinical psychologist in Japan.
Confronting Cultural Trauma: Jungian Approaches to Understanding and Healing
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