Jungiści Świat

Dr. Evangeline M. L. Rand

Dr. Evangeline M. L. Rand - Registered Psychologist (Canada) Consultant.

After her 'first' career in Elementary Education, Dr. Evangeline M.L. Rand has been a practicing Registered Psychologist for 28 years initially starting The Child Sexual Abuse Treatment Program in Edmonton, Alberta and then working in full time private practice. In 2005 she was Chair of the Doctor of Ministry program (which she has served for 21 years) of St. Stephen's Theological College that has an ecumenical and trans-disciplinary faculty.

Dr Darrell Dobson

Darrell Dobson received his Ph.D. from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto (Canada). His academic work focuses on the educational implications of analytical psychology, especially in the areas of teacher education and development, teaching methodologies, and course content. He is the president of Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies and the founding editor of the Journal of Jungian Scholarly Studies. Dr. Dobson’s publications include the book Transformative Teaching: Promoting Transformation through Literature, the Arts, and Jungian Psychology (Sense 2007) and chapters in Education and Imagination: Post-Jungian Perspectives (Routledge), and Perpetual Adolescence: Jungian Analysis of American Media, Literature, and Pop Culture (SUNY). He has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed academic journals. Dobson is particularly interested in the roles that creativity, literature, and the arts can and do play in the individuation process.

Dr Cheryl Fuller

I am a Jungian psychotherapist with 35 years of experience doing therapy. In the early years of my career, I worked with schools and with children, especially young children. Along the way, I got training in working with pregnancy and post partum issues, parenting, and working with groups. But the deep love of my work life has been working with men and women in individual psychotherapy.

Dr Brendon Stewart

Dr Brendon Stewart is academic coordinator of the Masters of Analytical Psychology, in the School of Psychology, at the University of Western Sydney (UWS), Australia. His research brings together analytical psychology, Buddhist thought, cultural studies, ecological theory, creativity and learning. His has done extensive research with people in various local government areas of Western Sydney.

Dr Raya Jones

Research Interests:

My latest work concerns psychological theories of ‘meaning’ with particular attention to a comparison of C. G. Jung’s theory of symbol formation with social constructionist, narrative, and dialogical approaches to self and identity. My involvement with post-Jungian studies includes serving as an advisor to the Journal of Analytical Psychology and as a member of the executive committee of the International Association for Jungian Studies and the co-ordinator of the IAJS web-site www.jungianstudies.org

Prof. David Tacey

Research Areas:

  • I conduct research in several disciplines and fields of enquiry. These include analytical psychology, literary and cultural studies, continental philosophy, sociology of religion, theology and religious studies.

  • Broadly, I have research interests in the recovery of meaning in a postmodern context, and I explore the emergence of spiritual themes and meaning-making in philosophy, literature, youth experience, educational theory, and the experience of nature and environment.

  • Presently I am researching the experience and conceptualisation of the sacred in analytical or Jungian psychology.

  • From the beginning of my academic career, I have worked as an interdisciplinary scholar, and my first university degree was in philosophy, literary studies, and art history. In my honours degree, I specialised in modernism, existentialism, and surrealism.