by Robert and Janis Henderson
In this volume Robert and Janis Henderson continue the project they began in Volume 1 of recording their conversations with leading Jungian analysts for future generations. Twelve new “enterviews” are presented here. All the analysts interviewed have been inspired by Jung's example to wrestle with their lives and discover their own truth, as he did. In these “enterviews,” they share what they have discovered with the Hendersons, going beyond Jungian theory to reveal what Jung’s ideas have meant in their own lives and in their practice as Jungian analysts.
The interviews take the form of free-ranging conversations that cover a wide variety of topics, from spirituality, suffering, aging, and death to sexuality, marriage, family, women’s issues, music, friendship, religion, and healing.
For Jungians and interested non-Jungians alike, this is a rich repository of information about the Jungian world, never before brought together in one place.
Analysts Interviewed in Volume 2:
Mario Jacoby Senior Analyst and Teacher in Zurich, Switzerland. Author of six books, including The Analytic Encounter: Transference and Human Relationship and Shame and the Origins of Self-Esteem.
Robert Johnson Writer living in San Diego, California. Author of many popular books about Jungian psychology, including: He; She; We; Inner Work; Owning Your Own Shadow; Balancing Heaven and Earth (autobiography); and, Living Your Unlived Life.
John Weir Perry The late John Weir Perry worked with Jo Wheelwright and Joe Henderson in founding and developing the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco in the 1950s. Established residential treatment facility for young adults with acute psychosis, called Diabasis.
Suzanne Wagner Maintains a private practice in Sausalito, California. Co-directed, with her husband George, the feature-length documentary film on Jung, called Matter of Heart. Producing the video series Remembering Jung, 28 hour-long conversations with individuals who had a close relationship with Jung.
Nomi Kluger-Nash Divides her time and practice between Israel and Massachusetts. Daughter of Yechezkel Kluger, Ph.D., the Jungian analyst who established the Israel Training Program for Analytical Psychology. Stepdaughter of Rivkah Schärf Kluger, a student and later a colleague and collaborator of C. G. Jung.
James Hollis Maintains a private practice in Houston, Texas. Is the past executive director of the Jung Center of Houston (1997-2008) and is now the Director of the Jungian Studies graduate program of Saybrook Graduate Institute. Has written numerous books, including: The Middle Passage: From Misery to Meaning in Midlife;Under Saturn's Shadow: The Wounding and Healing of Men; Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life; and, Why Good People Do Bad Things: Understanding Our Darker Selves.
John Dourley Maintains a private practice in Canada, is a Roman Catholic Priest, and Professor Emeritus at Carleton University. Author of several books, including The Psyche as Sacrament: A Comparative Study of C. G. Jung and Paul Tillich and The Illness That We Are: A Jungian Critique of Christianity, A Strategy for a Loss of Faith.
Nancy Qualls-Corbett Maintains a private practice in Birmingham, Alabama and is the author of The Sacred Prostitute: Eternal Aspect of the Feminine and Awakening Woman: Dreams and Individuation.
Luigi Zoja Maintains a private practice in Milan, Italy. Past President of the International Association of Analytical Psychology. Author of Drugs, Addiction and Initiation; The Father: Historical, Psychological, and Cultural Perspectives; and the co-editor of Jungian Reflections on September 11: A Global Nightmare.
Verena Kast Practices and teaches in St. Gallen, Switzerland. First woman President of the International Association for Analytical Psychology. Author of many books, including A Time to Mourn; Growing through the Grief Process; Letting Go and Finding Yourself: Separating from your Children; Father-Daughter, Mother-Son: Freeing Ourselves from the Complexes That Bind Us; and Dynamics of Symbols.
Robert Bosnak Dutch psychoanalyst and diplomate of the C. G. Jung Institute in Zürich, Switzerland. Co-founder of www.cyberdreamwork.com, the first global interactive dreamwork site using real time voice and video, and past president of the Association for the Study of Dreams.
Lyn Cowan Maintains a private practice in Minnespolis/St. Paul. Author of Portrait of the Blue Lady: The Character of Melancholy; Tracking the White Rabbit: A Subversive View of Modern Culture; and Masochism: A Jungian View.
Also Available: Living With Jung Vol.1