#470 – The Cycle of Life with Israeli Jungian Analyst Erel Shalit

Erel Shalit

Dr. Erel Shalit is a Jungian psychoanalyst in Israel, and past President of the Israel Society of Analytical Psychology. He founded and was Director of the Jungian Analytical Psychotherapy Program at Bar Ilan University, and has been Director of the Shamai Davidson Mental Health Clinic. He has authored and edited several books, among them The Cycle of Life; The Dream and its Amplification (with Nancy Swift Furlotti); Requiem; Enemy, Cripple, Beggar; The Complex, and The Hero and His Shadow. He chaired the Jung-Neumann Conference, and has edited, with Murray Stein, Turbulent Times, Creative Minds – Erich Neumann and CG Jung in Relationship (forthcoming in 2016). The Human Soul in Transition, at the Dawn of a New Era will be forthcoming in 2016.
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#469 – A Jungian Take on Diagnostic Categories with Steve Buser MD

Steve Buser

Steven Buser MD has taught principles of psychiatric diagnosis to medical students and residents in family medicine. His effort to provide an easy to remember schema led him to develop the idea of diagnoses along a spectrum long before DSM-5 introduced this concept. DSM-5 Insanely Simplified borrowed heavily from Dr. Buser’s earlier efforts while making sure to incorporate specific changes that characterize the DSM-5. In addition to his busy psychiatric practice, Dr. Buser is the Publisher of Chiron Publications and is the co-founder of the Asheville Jung Center.
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#468 – Listening to Killers with James Garbarino PhD

James Garbarino

Dr. James Garbarino holds the Maude C. Clarke Chair in Humanistic Psychology and was founding Director of the Center for the Human Rights of Children at Loyola University Chicago. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and has served as an adviser to the National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse, the National Institute for Mental Health, the American Medical Association, the U.S. Advisory Board on Child Abuse and Neglect, and the FBI.

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#467 – How to Step Out of Your Story with Kim Schneiderman

Kim Schneiderman

Kim Schneiderman, LCSW, MSW, is the author of Step Out of Your Story. She counsels in private practice and teaches as a professor and guest lecturer at venues including New York University. She also writes a biweekly advice column for Metro Newspapers and blogs for Psychology Today. Visit her online at http://www.stepoutofyourstory.com. Read More »

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#466 – Yoga Therapy for Addiction, Depression & Anxiety with Sarahjoy Marsh

Sarahjoy Marsh

Sarahjoy Marsh, M.A. is a vibrant, compassionate catalyst for transformation to those that suffer from addictions—in particular eating disorders. A sought after teacher of teachers, with a master’s in counseling, she has been training yoga teachers, yoga outreach volunteers, and mental health providers—including clinical psychologists and socials workers—in yoga therapy tools for 26 years.

In her new book, Hunger, Hope & Healing: A Yoga Approach to Reclaiming Your Relationship to Your Body and Food (Shambhala Publications/2015) Sarahjoy fuses yoga with psychology, neuroscience, breathing interventions, and mindfulness techniques, to bring readers with eating disorders, disordered eating, and body image issues a practical and accessible guide to recovery. Read More »

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#465 – Unbinding The Heart with Agapi Stassinopoulos

Agapi Stassinopoulos

Agapi Stassinopoulos is a bestselling author and speaker who inspires audiences around the world. In her most recent book,Unbinding the Heart: A Dose of Greek Wisdom, Generosity, and Unconditional Love, she shares her life’s adventures and experiences, and the wisdom she has gained from them, as well as the values her extraordinary mother instilled in her and her sister, Arianna Huffington. Agapi was trained in London at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and then moved on to receive her masters in Psychology from the University of Santa Monica. Read More »

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#464 – Gender-Responsive Circles for Teens with Beth Hossfeld and Kelli Finley

Elizabeth HossfeldKelli Finley

Beth Hossfeld, M.S., LMFT, is Co-founder and Consultant at One Circle Foundation, and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in Mill Valley, CA since 1987. Her career emphasis has been promoting healthy relationships for children, adolescents and families. She served as clinical director for a community based organization providing school-based mental health and substance abuse prevention and treatment programs for K -12th graders.

Kelli Finley, M.S., is the Development Director of One Circle Foundation where she supports the expanding reach of Girls Circle, The Council for Boys and Young Men, and Women’s Circle in the Bay Area and across the country. Prior to her work at One Circle, Kelli developed and ran a first-of-its-kind therapeutic program within the San Francisco County jails for children who have a parent that is incarcerated. Kelli holds a Master’s degree in Counseling with an emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy.
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#463 – The Feeling Brain with Elizabeth Johnston PhD

Elizabeth Johnston

Elizabeth Johnston PhD has an undergraduate degree in psychology from St. Andrews University, Scotland, and a doctorate in visual neuroscience from Oxford University, England. She did postdoctoral work at the Center for Neural Science, NYU before joining the psychology faculty at Sarah Lawrence in 1992. Her previous publications have been in the areas of visual neuroscience and history of psychology. Read More »

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#462 – Carl Jung and Erich Neumann with Jungian Analyst Nancy Furlotti PhD

Nancy Furlotti

Nancy Swift Furlotti, Ph.D. is a Jungian Analyst in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, California. She is a past President of the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles. Dr. Swift Furlotti trained at the Los Angeles Institute while also participating in the von Franz Centre for Depth Psychology in Switzerland. She is a faculty member of the C. G. Jung Institute of Colorado and the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, and teaches and lectures in the US and internationally. Her articles ‘The Archetypal drama in Puccini’s Madam Butterfly’ and ‘Tracing a Red Thread: Synchronicity and Jung’s Red Book’ have recently been published in Psychological Perspectives. She also has a chapter, ‘Angels and Idols: Los Angeles, A City of Contrasts’ in Tom Singer’s (ed.) book, Psyche and the City: A Soul’s Guide to the Modern Metropolis. Her recent book edited with Dr. Erel Shalit is titled, The Dream and its Amplification. Her article on the Jung-Neumann correspondence is included in the soon to be published book, Turbulent Times, Creative Minds: Erich Neumann and C. G Jung in Relationship.
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#461 – Strategies for Getting Therapy Clients Unstuck with Courtney Armstrong

Courtney Armstrong

COURTNEY ARMSTRONG, MEd. LPC, is a licensed professional counselor specializing in grief and trauma recovery. With a career spanning more than two decades, she has helped thousands of clients overcome trauma, grief and anxiety, and experience deep personal transformation. She also offers face-to-face and online training to mental health professionals and coaches, showing them how to help clients clear underlying emotional blocks that may be affecting their health, their relationships and their lives in general. Her professional expertise has made her a much sought-after media guest, and has appeared on CBS Radio News, NPR and on networks in Europe, Asia and Australia. Courtney is a regular contributor to Psychotherapy Networker, The Neuropsychotherapist and many others, and is author of Transforming Traumatic Grief (2011) and her latest book, The Therapeutic “Aha!”: 10 Strategies for Getting Your Clients Unstuck (2015). Read More »

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