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(2020). Contributors to the Issue. J. Anal. Psychol., 65(1):248-251.
(2020). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 65(1):248-251
Contributors to the Issue
PETER AMMANN, Ph.D., (Switzerland) is a founding member of the International School of Analytical Psychology (ISAP Zürich), where he is a lecturer, training analyst and supervisor. After training as a cellist, he entered Jungian studies, encouraged by Jung himself as well as by his analysts, Jolande Jacobi and Marie-Louise von Franz, and graduated from the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich in 1965. At the same time, he gained his doctorate at the University of Zürich in the fields of musicology, history of religion and ethnology. He maintains a private practice in Zürich and lectures internationally. Pursuing his dream of becoming a filmmaker, he apprenticed with Federico Fellini for the making of Satyricon. His encounter with Laurens van der Post inspired his enduring interests in Africa, the Bushpeople, their rock paintings, and in integrating a Jungian perspective into his documentary films. For many years he has been engaged in promoting a dialogue between Jungian analysts and traditional healers in South Africa. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
FRED BORCHARDT (South Africa) holds an M.A. degree from Rhodes University and is a registered counselling psychologist. He started his career as a psychologist in the South African Correctional Services and since then has been in full-time private practice in Cape Town for 22 years. He trained as a Jungian analyst with the Southern African Association of Jungian Analysts (SAAJA) and is the current president of the association. Email: email@example.com.
DANIELA EULERT-FUCHS, M.D., G.P., (Austria) is a paediatrician and neuro-paediatrician. She has a psychoanalytic practice for adults, infants, children and adolescents in Vienna, Austria. She is a training and supervising analyst for the Austrian Association of Analytical Psychology (ÖGAP) and head of training for psychotherapy with infants, children and adolescents (ÖGAP). In addition, Daniela has been involved with the IAAP router programme, and is currently Liaison Person for Bulgaria. Active for many years in different psychotherapeutic and psychosomatic clinics and institutions, she has specialized in work with infants and their caregivers. Daniela has a keen interest in exploring transference-countertransference dynamics as well as the influence of the analytical attitude in the analytic encounter. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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