Jungiści Świat

John Beebe

John Beebe, M.D., (born June 24, 1939, in Washington, DC) is a Jungian analyst in practice in San Francisco. He received degrees from Harvard College and the University of Chicago medical school. He is a past President of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, where he is currently on the teaching faculty. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association.

A popular lecturer in the Jungian world, Dr. Beebe has spoken on topics related to the theory and practical applications of analytical psychology to professional and lay audiences throughout the United States as well as in Canada, China, Denmark, England, France, Italy, Germany, Israel, Mexico, and Switzerland. Dr. Beebe is the Founding Editor of The San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal, (now titled Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche) a quarterly of reviews with an international readership, and he was the first American co-editor of the London-based Journal of Analytical Psychology.

Dr Frances Gray

Research interests:

Thematically, she is interested in Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Mind, Feminist Theory, and Ethics, areas in which she also teaches.


Frances holds an Honours Degree in Arts from Monash University, and a Masters Degree and a PhD in Philosophy from the Australian National University. She also holds a Graduate Diploma in Secondary Education from the University of Canberra. Frances Gray has taught in Secondary and TAFE colleges as well as at the Australian National University, University of Canberra and Monash University. Her research interests have recently focussed on the work of Carl Jung, Luce Irigaray and Martha Nussbaum.

Arnold Mindell

Arnold Mindell urodził się w 1940 r. w Nowym Jorku. Jest światowej sławy psychoterapeutą. Ukończył fizykę w MIT, zrobił doktorat z psychologii i uzyskał dyplom analityka w Instytucie C. G. Junga w Zurichu. Jest przewodniczącym Research Society for Process Oriented Psychology utworzonego w 1980 r. w Zurichu. W 1990r. w Portland, Oregon założył Process Work Center oraz Global Process Institute.

Mark Saban

Mark Saban gained an M.A. at Oxford University before working for twenty years as an performer/writer in theatre, TV, and film. He then trained as a Jungian analyst with the Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists.

He is registered as a Jungian Analyst with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy and the International Association for Analytical Psychology. He practices in Oxford and London.
Areas of particular interest include the archetypal psychology of James Hillman and the phenomenological approach to world and psyche.

Prof. Don Fredericksen

Don Fredericksen, who began his teaching career at Cornell in 1971, is a professor of film and the current Director of Undergraduate Studies in Film. He is also a faculty affiliate in the Programs in Religious Studies and Visual Studies, and a longtime advisor and seminar teacher for the College Scholar Program. He earned a BA in English (honors) at Colgate University(1967), an MA in communication studies at the Annenberg School of Communication, University of Pennsylvania(1969), a Ph.D. in film studies from the University of Iowa(1973), and an MA in counseling psychology, with an emphasis in Jungian psychotherapy, from Pacifica Graduate Institute(1991). He also studied for four years at the Namgyal Monastery Institute for Buddhist Studies, and later served on its executive board for several years. He has been awarded the College of Arts and Sciences' Paul Award for excellence in advising. He has lectured on Jung and film in Hungary, Poland, the UK, the US, and Switzerland.