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Knox, J. (2005). Editorial. J. Anal. Psychol., 50(3):iv-v.

(2005). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 50(3):iv-v


Jean Knox

After 7 years as US Editor of the Journal of Analytical Psychology, Joe Cambray has come to the end of his term of office. Over that time he has built on and developed the work of his predecessor, John Beebe, the first US Editor, who did so much to introduce the Journal to readers in the USA.

Joe Cambray has played a crucial role in the establishment of the Journal as a contemporary publication, operating to the best professional and academic standards, with the introduction of crucial innovations such as peer review, abstracts, key words and translations. He has seized every opportunity to extend the international readership, negotiating joint sponsorship of a range of conferences from San Francisco to China. He has also made important theoretical and clinical contributions to the Jungian field with his exploration of synchronicity and emergence.

It has been enormously stimulating, enjoyable and rewarding to work with Joe since I took on the UK editorship in 2000. We have had a shared view of the function of the Journal, namely to be at the forefront of debate and discussion about Jungian theory and clinical practice, so that we can contribute internationally to the professional development of psychotherapists and analysts from the Jungian community and also from other orientations. This requires a constant open-mindedness to new perspectives which we can draw on to revise and update our models of the mind and our clinical practice.

I would like to offer Joe my thanks both personally and from all the editorial committee for all he has achieved and our best wishes for his new role as Vice-President of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP).

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