STATEMENT FROM THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR JUNGIAN STUDIES (IAJS) IN CONNECTION WITH THE OPEN LETTER ON JUNG AND ‘AFRICANS’ PUBLISHED IN THE BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOTHERAPY, NOVEMBER 2018
The Executive Committee of the IAJS welcomes the publication of this letter in the British Journal of Psychotherapy as an overdue public expression of opinion and concern on this controversial topic. We hope that everyone, both inside and outside the Jungian clinical and scholarly communities, will study the contents of the letter. In particular, we draw attention to the
extensive select bibliography that is appended to the letter. Many of the texts therein would be useful additions to reading lists for seminars and lectures in clinical trainings and academic settings.
With warm collegial regards,
IAJS, EC: Kiley Laughlin, Liz Brodersen, David Barton, Roger Brooke, Robin McCoy Brooks, Stephen Farah, Camilla Giambonini, Jon Mills, and Konoyu Nakamura
PDF Attached: Open Letter on Jung and ‘Africans’ – British Journal of Psychotherapy
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