Deborah Egger, M.S.W., is a training and supervising analyst at the International School for Analytical Psychology in Zurich, Switzerland (ISAPZURICH). She holds undergraduate degrees in Religion and Psychology from Hendrix College and a Masters in Clinical Social Work from the University of Arkansas. She teaches regularly on the topics of transference, developmental psychology, psychodynamic concepts, and the role of relationships in individuation. She has a private analytic practice in Stäfa, Switzerland, and is currently serving as President of ISAPZURICH and Chair of the Board of Jungian International Training Zurich (JITZ).
Andrew Fellows holds a Doctorate in Applied Physics, is a former Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society (U.K.), and enjoyed two decades of international professional engagement with renewable (especially wind) energy, sustainable development and environmental policy before moving from the U.K. to Switzerland in 2001 to study Jungian Psychology. He is now a Training Analyst at ISAPZURICH with private practices in Bern, Zurich, online, and outdoors. His special interests include the anima mundi, the mid-life transition, and the synergy of Jungian Psychology with the new sciences, notably systems dynamics, Gaia theory, the Pauli-Jung conjecture and theories of nonlocal mind. The aim of exploring this synergy is to understand and address global collective and environmental problems, especially climate change and other aspects of the Anthropocene. He has presented his evolving ideas since 2007 at international conferences and other events throughout Western Europe, in Japan and in the U.S., in addition to teaching at ISAPZURICH. He was instrumental in moving AGAP and ISAP towards carbon neutrality, and in AGAP’s attempt to get the IAAP to do likewise. His first book, Gaia, Psyche, and Deep Ecology: Navigating Climate Change in the Anthropocene (Routledge, 2019) has been awarded the Scientific & Medical Network 2019 Book Prize. For more information, visit www.andrewfellows.ch and www.irreducible.world
Frances Hatfield, Ph.D., LMFT, is a poet and senior analyst in private practice in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She teaches in the analytic training and public programs at the C.G. Jung Institute of Santa Fe and the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, where she was certified. Her essays and poetry have been widely published and anthologized. Her book of poems, Rudiments of Flight (Wings Press, 2013), won the 2013 Gradiva Award for poetry from the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. She is currently writing a book based on her doctoral work on the archetype of Dionysos.
Jeffrey Kiehl, Ph.D., is a Diplomate Jungian analyst and senior training analyst for the C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado and the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz and an adjunct faculty member at Pacifica Graduate Institute, where he teaches a course on Ecopsychology. He is the author of Facing Climate Change: An Integrated Path to the Future, which provides a Jungian perspective on climate change. Jeffrey has presented on various Jungian topics at national and international conferences. He lives in Santa Cruz, CA. For more information, visit www.jtkiehl.com
Lori Pye, Ph.D., is the founder and president of Viridis Graduate Institute: Ecopsychology and Environmental Humanities. Lori has led numerous international conferences and founded marine conservation organizations involved in the co-development of the Eastern Pacific Biological Seascape Corridor from Costa Rica to the Galápagos Islands. Dr. Pye serves on the Editorial Board for Ecopsychology Journal. She also lectures at the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) in Ecopsychology and Environmental Ethics and at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is the author of the forthcoming textbook, Fundamentals of Ecopsychology, (Routledge, 2020). For more information, visit www.viridis.edu
Yuriko Sato is a Japanese Jungian analyst, psychotherapist, and a graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute Zurich. She studied medicine and worked as a psychiatrist in Osaka and Kyoto. Dr. Sato has private psychotherapy practices in Zurich and Bern and is a training and supervising analyst at International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich (ISAPZURICH), where she teaches on topics such as the Eastern (Japanese) psyche, narcissism, autism and psychiatry.
Jacqueline J. West, Ph.D., a Jungian Analyst from Santa Fe, received a B.S. from Stanford University, a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of California, and is a graduate of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. She is co-author (with Nancy Dougherty) of The Matrix and Meaning of Character: An Archetypal and Developmental Perspective—Searching for the Wellsprings of Spirit; contributor of a chapter, "America in the Grips of Alpha Narcissism," in A Clear and Present Danger: Narcissism in the Era of President Trump; and author of a chapter for an up-coming book, The Psychological Complexes of America, edited by Dr. Thomas Singer. She has served as both President and Training Director of the New Mexico Society of Jungian Analysts.