Tag Archives: myth

#414 – Fairy Tales and The New Aging with John C. Robinson PhD

Transcript John C. Robinson, Ph.D., D.Min. is a clinical psychologist with a second doctorate in ministry, an ordained interfaith minister, the author of seven books on the interface of psychology and spirituality, and last but not least, an aging Boomer with grown children and a gaggle of grandchildren. His professional work specialized in midlife, men’s […]

#354 – What Aging Men Want with John C. Robinson, PhD

Transcript John C. Robinson, Ph.D., D.Min. is a clinical psychologist with a second doctorate in ministry, an ordained interfaith minister, the author of seven books on the interface of psychology and spirituality, and last but not least, an aging Boomer with grown children and a gaggle of grandchildren. His professional work specialized in midlife, men’s […]

#342 – Exploring Archetypal Patterns with Jungian Analyst Michael Conforti

Transcript Michael Conforti, Ph.D. is a Jungian Analyst, and is the founder and director of the Assisi Institute. Dr. Conforti’s work has resulted not only in a training institute based on his discoveries, but also the development of a new discipline, Archetypal Pattern Analysis. He has been a faculty member at the C.G. Jung Institute […]

#335 – The Archetypal Couple with Jungian Analyst Tamar Kron, PhD

Transcript Tamar Kron, Ph.D. is clinical psychologist and Jungian analyst. She is head of the clinical psychology graduate program, the academic college of Tel-Aviv-Yafo, Israel, and has a private practice in Jerusalem. Her main research interests are: Dreams, the therapeutic relationship, postpartum depression and the couple relationship. Dr. Kron published articles and books on the […]

#328 -The Red Book and Cycles of Change with Jungian Analyst Robert Bosnak

              Transcript Robert Bosnak is a Dutch Jungian psychoanalyst, and diplomate of the C.G.Jung Institute, who trained in Zurich, Switzerland from 1971 to 1977. In the late 1970’s he pioneered a radically new method of dreamwork, based loosely on the work of C.G.Jung, especially on Jung’s technique of active […]

#325 – Reflections on The Anima Mundi with Jungian Analyst Monika Wikman PhD

Transcript Monica Wikman, Ph.D. is a Jungian Analyst and author of Pregnant Darkness: Alchemy and the Rebirth of Consciousness (2005) and various articles in Jungian psychology journals. Monika obtained her BA from UC San Diego and her doctorate from the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego, where her research took her deep into […]

#315 – Sexuality and The Religious Imagination with Jungian Analyst, Bradley TePaske

Transcript Dr. Bradley TePaske received his Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute for Analytical Psychology in Zurich, Switzerland in 1982 and an American PhD in Depth Psychology from the the Union Institute of Cincinnati in 1987. Prior to this calling, he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Iowa […]

#295 Mythology and the Spiritual Journey with Richard Naegle, PhD

Transcript Richard Naegle PhD describes himself in the following terms: “I have always been interested in the unfolding of soul—as found in culture, art, ecology, and individuals. Having studied international relations at Occidental College and Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, I returned from Europe in 1968 to a United States torn by the […]

#293 – A Jungian Approach to Fairy Tales with Tom Elsner

#247 – The Myth of American Innocence with Barry Spector

Barry Spector is a Harvard grauduate who writes about American history and politics from the perspectives of myth, indigenous traditions and archetypal psychology. He has published three articles in Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche and is the author of the 2010 book, Madness At The Gates Of The City: The Myth Of American Innocence. (