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(2016). Contributors to the Issue. J. Anal. Psychol., 61(1):125-126.

(2016). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 61(1):125-126

Contributors to the Issue

Harald Atmanspacher (Switzerland) is an associate fellow and staff member at Collegium Helveticum (ETH Zurich). He received a Ph.D. in physics at Munich University in 1986 and his habilitation at Potsdam University in 1995. He worked at the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics at Garching and for the Theory Department of the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health at Freiburg. He is president of the Society for Mind-Matter Research and editor-in-chief of the interdisciplinary international journal Mind and Matter. His research interests include the theory of complex non-linear systems, conceptual foundations of quantum theory, and mind-matter relations from interdisciplinary perspectives. Email:

Sue Austin, Ph.D., (Australia) works in private practice in Sydney. She is a training analyst with the Australian and New Zealand Society of Jungian Analysts and an accredited supervisor with the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia. Her practice comprises general analytic work with adults and supervision of clinicians in Australia and internationally. She specialises in working with eating-disordered adults and supervising clinicians who work in the eating disorders field. Sue has run numerous clinical workshops and seminars in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Europe and the USA, and has published several clinical papers and a book, Women's Aggressive Fantasies: a Post-Jungian Exploration of Self-Hatred, Love and Agency (Routledge, 2005).

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