Ann Casement (UK), is a senior member of The British Jungian Analytic Association, an associate member of the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association (NY) and a New York State licensed psychoanalyst. She served on the Executive Committee of the International Association for Analytical Psychology from 2001-2007, and is currently the chair of its Ethics Committee. She was also on the 2013 Gradiva Awards Committee in New York. She is on the editorial advisory board of The Journal of Analytical Psychology and has published widely, including articles and reviews for The Economist and other professional journals. Email:

Marco Heleno Barreto (Brazil) is a Jungian psychotherapist, working in private practice. He also teaches philosophy at FAJE (Faculdade Jesuíta de Filosofia e Teologia) in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. He is the author of Símbolo e Sabedoria Prática. C.G.Jung e o Mal-estar da Modernidade (2008), Imaginação Simbólica. Reflexões Introdutórias (2008), and Pensar Jung (2012). He has contributed to articles in Spring Journal and in the International Journal of Jungian Studies. Email:

Alessandra Cavalli (UK) is a member of the Society of Analytical Psychology. She studied psychology and education in Germany and later trained in London as a child and an adult analyst. She is interested in the integration of Jungian and psychoanalytic models. She works in private practice and has been teaching Infant Observation at various institutions in London and abroad. She has published a number of reviews and articles and recently edited with Lucinda Hawkins and Martha Stevns, Transformation: Jung's Legacy and Clinical Work Today (Karnac Books, 2014). Email:

Aksel Haaning (Denmark) is associate professor, Roskilde University, a lecturer at the Jung Institute in Copenhagen and a guest lecturer at the C.G. Jung Institute, Küsnacht, Zürich. He is a scholar of Medieval Latin and a historian of the history of philosophy and science studies; he has published several books in Danish on Medieval and Renaissance philosophy. Engaged for several years in Jungian studies he is currently working on a major book on the Aurora consurgens and Jung's historical studies of alchemy and hermetic philosophy. Some of his articles have been translated and published in English. Email:

Steven Silverstein (USA) is professor of psychiatry and director of the Division of Schizophrenia Research at Rutgers University. He is consulting editor for The Journal of Abnormal Psychology, and on the editorial board for Schizophrenia Bulletin and Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal. Author of over 150 articles, primarily on schizophrenia, but also on topics such as research methods and psychoanalysis, he is the first author of the 2006 book Schizophrenia: Advances in Evidence-Based Practice (Hogrefe-Huber), and primary editor for the 2013 book Schizophrenia: Evolution and Synthesis (MIT Press). He conducts research on the cognitive neuroscience of schizophrenia, especially regarding abnormalities in visual perception. He also has many years of clinical experience with people with schizophrenia and has developed, researched and written on psychotherapy and other interventions for people with this disorder. Email:

Vladimir Tsivinsky (Russia) is a psychiatrist and Jungian analyst in practice in St. Petersburg. He is an individual member of the IAAP, a course organizer for St. Petersburg and formerly chair of the St. Petersburg Developing Group. He presented a paper at the First European Conference of Analytical Psychology (2009) in Vilnius. He lectures on the Fundamentals of Jungian Therapy and holds workshops on Dreams and other topics in St. Petersburg and Minsk, Belarus. Email: