Journal of Analytical Psychology
© Society for Analytical Psychology
Edited By: Linda Carter, William Meredith-Owen, and Susanna Wright
Online ISSN: 1468-5922
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'To stay abreast of what is new and important in analytical psychology, from the international perspective, you must read the JAP.'
Murray Stein, PhD
'The Journal is one of the oldest and most widely respected periodicals within the Jungian community. Its original articles both in English and in translations from other languages make it the foremost Jungian clinical journal in the world. Its book reviews and abstracts are a necessity for anyone wishing to keep abreast within the field.'
Thomas B. Kirsch, M.D.
'The Journal of Analytical Psychology offers a broad spectrum of most recent insights in Jungian psychology - informative and provocative.'
Verena Kast, Professor of Psychology, University of Zurich
'The Journal is highly stimulating. It is not only the main organ of the 'developmental strand' of Analytical Psychology, publishing high quality clinical papers, I appreciate also its openness for other Jungian approaches to clinical papers and cultural issues and, last but not least, its informative and up to date book review section.'
Mario Jacoby, Training Analyst, Zurich
JAP International Conferences
The Journal of Analytical Psychology plans regular international conferences about every 18 months which provide a lively and convivial venue for discussions relating to Jungian practice and theory as well as new developments in the field.
Most recently in April 2013, the XIth JAP International Conference took place on:
Speakers included: Beatrice Beebe; Bessel van der Kolk; Eugene Taylor; Jean Knox; Warren Colman
Michael Fordham Prize
The Michael Fordham prize is awarded annually for the paper published in the JAP in the previous year that demonstrates the most creative and original approach to clinical analytic thinking. The prize of £250 is awarded by the Editors in consultation with the Journal Editorial Committee.
Michael Fordham believed that clinical work must always be at the heart of analytic thinking since it provides the data on which theory is based and the context in which it must be tested. The prize aims to promote this approach to the development of analytical psychology.