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______. (2012). Native American Cultures and the Western Psyche: A Bridge Between, Spring Vol. 87. New Orleans, LA: Spring Books, 2012, 7-13.
______. (2011). On the Edge: Borderland Consciousness and Avatar. An Emergent Myth of Our Time. Quadrant, 41 (1).
______. Listening in the Borderlands. The Salt Journal, The Salt Institute, Santa Fe, New Mexico, January/February 2000, Volume 2, No. 2.
______. Penetrating the Archetypal Dilemma of Racism, in: Psychological Perspectives: A Journal of Global Consciousness, Issue 27,1992.
______. Victory in Iraq?: A question of Moral Consciousness. in: Psychological Perspectives: A Journal of Global Consciousness, No. 24, 1991.
______. Power and Politics in the Thermonuclear Age: A Depth-Psychological Approach in: Quadrant, Volume 18, No. 2, 1985.
______. Jung, Jungians and the Nuclear Peril, in: Psychological Perspectives: A Journal of Global Consciousness, Vol. 16, No.1, 1985.
______. Teaching the Mentally Retarded to Read, in: Journal of Rehabilitation, Vol. XXIX, No. 5. 1963.
Cunningham, Renee. 2018. The march from Selma to Montgomery and the nonviolent movement in analysis. Psychological Perspectives, November 2018, Vol. 61, pp. 331-343.
_______.1994. “Implications for the treatment of female gang members”, Progress Journal: Family Systems Research and Therapy, July 1994
Hatfield, Frances. 2019. Caught in the Net of the Divine: Archetypal Roots of Alcoholics Anonymous in Euripides’s Bacchae. Jung Journal 13:4.
_______. 2017. My Michelle. Jung Journal v. 11 (2) 66-69.
_______. 2014. How to Slay a Calf: Sacrificial Rites and the Communion of Souls. Jung Journal v.8 (4) 57-62.
_______. 2004. The Self in Dreams with Dr. John Beebe. The Therapist (2004) 16.5.
_______. 1989. Leaping Over Walls: Notes on Creative Process of Women and Revisioning Androgyny. Undergraduate Journal of Psychology, 1989 V 1 (1) 97.
Kotsch, W. E. 2000. Situating Jung as a pioneer within a psychological movement: a psychology beyond objectivism. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 45,217-244.
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—-Nunnally, J. C., and Kotsch, W. E. (1983). A reciprocity principle that permits profile-factoring with very large numbers of people. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 43, 693-703.
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_______. Apocalypse Now: Breakdown or Breakthrough? Psychological Perspectives, vol. 52,
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_______. Interpretation of “The Snow Queen” in Psyche’s Stories: Modern Jungian Interpretations of Fairy Tales, ed. Stein, M and Corbett, L. Chiron Publications, Wilmette, Illinois. 1995. Vol. II
Solem, David. 2019. Response to Busch, F. (2018). ‚searching for the analyst‘s reveries.‘. The Journal of Analytical Psychology, Volume 64, Issue 4, pages 621-623.
______. 2017. Genders as theater: The Dionysian Dismemberment of the Culturally Normative Narrative in Service to the Self. Psychological Perspectives, Volume 60, Issue 3, pages 333-344.
Schwartz, Susan. 2018. The Dead Father Effect on a Daughter. Journal of Poetry Therapy (December, 2018)
—– A Poet Enters the Therapy Room. Depth Insights Summer, 2016.
——Dream Themes of Sylvia Plath: Dead Babies and Father Symbolism. Plath Profiles, June, 2014.
——Disenchantment, Disillusion and Dissolution in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath. Depth Insights, Fall 2013.
——The Parallax Between Daughters and Fathers Plath Profiles, vol. 5, 2012.
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——Puella’s Shadow. International Journal of Jungian Studies, vol 1, no. 2, September, 2009.
West, Jacqueline. 2003. Character Structure: Awakening the Clinical Spirit. Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice; Vol.5, No.2 2003
_______. Book Review: “The Narration of Desire: Erotic Transferences and Countertransference” by Wrye, H.K. and Welles, J.K. in Quadrant: Journal of the C. G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology Vol. XXVIII: 2, 1998.
_______. “Frida Kahlo: Dynamic Transformations” in Zurich ’95: Open Questions in Analytical Psychology – Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Congress for Analytical Psychology, Daimon Verlag, Einsiedeln, Switzerland. 1997.
_______.”Cinderella – Emergence from Ashes: A Borderline Process” in Psyche’s Stories: Modern Jungian Interpretations of Fairy Tales, ed. Stein, M and Corbett, L. Chiron Publications,Wilmette, Illinois. 1995.
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Book Contributions, Works in Progress and Other Materials
Bernstein, J. S. 2014. Intergenerational Trauma: Difference, Genocide, and Holocaust. Confronting Cultural Trauma: Jungian Approaches to Understanding and Healing. Spring Journal Books.
______. 2014. Healing Out Split: Participation Mystique and C. G. Jung. Shared Realities: Participation Mystique and Beyond (Vol. 3). Fisher King Press.
______. 2003. “Collective Shadow Integration of the Jungian Community: Atonement” in: Jung and the Shadow of Anti-Semitism, Aryeh Maidenbaum, ed., Nicholas-Hays. 2003.
______. 1995. “Genocide as an Archetypal Phenomenon” Unpublished paper presented at CIDSE CARITAS International workshop on Rwanda, Leuven, Belgium.
______. 1994. “An Archetypal Dilemma: The L.A. Riots” in: The Shadow in America: Reclaiming the Soul of a Nation, Jeremiah Abrams, ed. Nataraj Publishing.
______. “Report to the Delegates of the XIIth Congress of the International Association for Analytical Psychology,” in: “Collective Shadow Integration of the Jungian Community: Atonement” in: Jung and the Shadow of Anti-Semitism, Aryeh Maidenbaum, ed., Nicholas Hays, 2003.
______. “September 11th: Piercing Our Unconscious.” C.G. Jung Society, Seattle Inside Pages In-Depth, September 2001.
______. “Beyond the Individual: Analytical Psychology Applied to Groups and Nations,” in: Carl Gustav Jung: Critical Assessments, Renos Popadopoulos, ed., Routledge, 1993.
______. 1991. “Workshop on Jung and Anti-Semitism” – Eleventh International Congress of The International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) in: Lingering Shadows: Jungians, Freudians, and Anti-Semitism, Aryeh Maidenbaum and Stephen A. Martin, eds., Shambhala.
______. 1991. “The U.S.-Soviet Mirror,” in: Meeting the Shadow: The Hidden Power of the Dark Side of Human Nature, Connie Zweig and Jeremiah Abrams eds., Tarcher, Inc.
______. 1991. “Jung and Anti-Semitism (Workshop)” in Paris 89: Proceedings of the Eleventh International Congress for Analytical Psychology, Marry Ann Mattoon, ed. Daimon.
______. 1990. “Beings from within Us,” in: Dreams and Dreaming. Time-Life Books, Inc.
______. 1985. “Guest Editorial,” in: Quadrant, Volume 18, No. 2.
______. 1987. “The Decline of Rites of Passage in our Culture: The Impact on Masculine Individuation,” in: Betwixt & Between: Patterns of Masculine and Feminine Initiation, Louise Carus Mahdi, Steven Foster & Meredith Little, eds. Open Court.
Dudley, Guilford. 1980 Im Mitte der Welt, Suhrkamp, Frankfurt, Germany, (contributor)
Hatfield, Frances. 2000. The Mad God of Healing: Dionysos and Non-Patriarchal Masculinity. California Institute of Integral Studies, doctoral dissertation.
Kotsch, W.E. (2015) Transforming consciousness as the path to end suffering: Mahayana Buddhism and analytic psychology as complimentary traditions. In Huskinson and Stein, (Eds.) Analytical Psychology in a Changing World. Routledge.
______. 1993. Nunnally, J. C., Thackrey, M., Bachrach, A. F., and Kotsch, W. E. (1993). The Affect Inventory, in A Collection of Psychological Scales, M. L. Canfield and J. E. Canfield (eds.), Bartlesville, OK: Research, Evaluation and Statistics.
______. 1982. Kotsch, W. E., Gerbing, D. W., and Schwartz, L. E. (1982). The validity of the differential emotions scale for children. In C. E. Izard (Ed.), Measuring Emotion in infants and children. Cambridge University Press.
Matthews, Marilyn. Book reviews in Chiron and Women’s Psychiatric Association Letter, 1989, 1990, 1991.
Schwartz, Susan. 2016. Jungian Perspectives on Rebirth and Renewal – Phoenix Rising. Chapter: A Native American Tale within Miss Frank Miller’s Fantasies – How the Psyche Guides; edited by Brodersen and Glock, London: Routledge, 2016
______. 2009. Perpetual Adolescence: Jungian Analyses of American Media, Literature and Pop Culture. Chapter: Little Girl Lost – Sylvia Plath and the Puella Aeternus: Abstract; edited by Porterfield, S., Polette, K., Baumlin, T., New York: Suny Press.
______. 1995. Counseling and Psychotherapy: Theories and Interventions. Chapter Five: Jungian Analytical Psychology; edited by Capuzzi, D, and Gross, D., Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.
West, Jacqueline. Marital Interactions: Theoretical and Empirical Explorations. University of California, Santa Cruz.
Wikman, Monika. 2013. Sophia’s Dreaming Body: Night Sky as Alchemical Mirror. In The Dream and Its Amplification, editors Nancy Swift Furlotti and Erel Shalit, Fisher King.
——-.The Soul is a Midnight Blossom: Dreams of the Dying (California School of Professional Psychology, University of California San Diego Medical Center) 2003.
______. Living Water: Alchemy, Creativity and the Divine Feminine (Research and Training Center for Depth Psychology according to Carl Jung and M. L. von Franz, Zurich.)
Zeller-Levine, Jacqueline. Inheriting the Shadow: Tears Unshed, Lives Unmourned: Intergenerational Impact of the Holocaust (Pacifica Graduate Institute)
______. L’ech L’echa: The Journey to the Soul: Silence (Jung Institute)