In Memory

Dr Maryann Barone-Chapman who died peacefully on Monday, 16th November 2020

Dear IAJS members,  It is with great sadness and regret that I share with you the passing of Dr Maryann Barone-Chapman who died peacefully on Monday, 16th November, after being critically ill for some time. Maryann was a personal, dear friend as well as a respected Jungian colleague. Many of you in IAJS  knew her […]

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Marion Woodman

We are sad to announce the passing of Marion Woodman on July 9 2018

Ms Woodman was surrounded by family and close friends and will be missed by all. Marion was a gifted woman, teacher, mentor, friend and loved by many around the world. More details will be available soon. Marion Woodman, known for bringing the body and arts-integrated practices into Jungian analysis, passed yesterday (July 9th in London,

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DOURLEY, OMI, Fr. John Patrick Peacefully at home at the Springhurst OMI Residence, on June 22, 2018

Dear IAJS members. John Dourley died last week. John contributed frequently to IAJS events and listserv discussions. Could you please inform the membership and post information from this obituary that appeared in the Ottawa Citizen newspaper last week. Warm regards. Craig E Stephenson Craig E. Stephenson PhD/LP 785 West End Ave, Apt 6CNew York, New

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A Conversation with Erel Shalit and Joe CambrayA Conversation with Erel Shalit and Joe Cambray

Erel Shalit, 1950 – 2018

In Memoriam and Fair Goodbye to Erel Shalit, Ph.D. It is with great sadness that my partner and dear friend, Erel, has passed away today, peacefully and surrounded by me and his loving family. He was 67 years old and suffered from cancer, which he struggled with valiantly for two and a half years. During

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Prof. Don Fredericksen passed peacefully (May 15 2015)

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css_animation=”right-to-left”] It is with a sad and heavy heart that we aknowledge the passing of Prof. Don Friedreksen from the department of College of Arts + Sciences / Performing + Media Arts, at Cornell University. Ithaca, New York. I remember a leisurly tour of Ithaca Don took me on at an IAJS conference at Cornell

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Leon Schlamm, Dies at 67

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css_animation=”right-to-left”] It is with a heavy heart that I report the death of Leon Schlamm on Monday, August 3. Stephani Stephens forwarded the bare details to me earlier today: that Leon took ill on Saturday and was admitted to hospital, where despite all medical efforts he died very unexpectedly early on Monday morning. He

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James Hillman, Therapist in Men’s Movement, Dies at 85

From the New York Times: James Hillman, a charismatic therapist and best-selling author whose theories about the psyche helped revive interest in the ideas of Carl Jung, animating the so-called men’s movement in the 1990s and stirring the pop-cultural air, died on Thursday at his home in Thompson, Conn. He was 85. Part scholar, part

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Vocatus atqua non vocatus deus aderit. (Called or not called, God is present.)

On This Day: Here is the original New York Times Obituary of Dr Carl G. Jung. By The Associated Press ZURICH, Switzerland, June 6–Professor Carl Gustav Jung, one of the founders of analytic psychology, died today at his villa in Kuessnacht on Lake Lucerne. He was 85 years old. The famed psychologist was beset by

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