I am a certified Jungian Analyst in private practice in New York City and Cold Spring, NY. I am a faculty member and supervisor for the JPA (Jungian Psychoanalytic Association) and the Blanton-Peale Institute. I serve on the Board of Directors for the C.G. Jung Foundation and teach courses for the Foundation's continuing education program. I am a member of the IEA (Institute for Expressive Analysis), IAAP (International Association of Analytical Psychology), NAAP (National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis), IAJS (International Association of Jungian Studies), and Division 39 of the APA (American Psychological Association).
I received my BA from Kenyon College, graduating with distinction in English Literature and Studio Art. I received my MFA from Bard College and was an installation artist, exhibiting wall drawings in art institutions and galleries in New York from 1987–2003. I was awarded residencies at the MacDowell Colony and Yaddo.
I began psychoanalytic training at the Blanton-Peale Institute in 2003, and graduated in 2007, receiving my psychoanalytic licensure. I continued with Jungian studies, first at the C.G. Jung Institute and then at the JPA, graduating in 2011 with certification in Jungian analysis.
Teaching / Positions
• The C.G. Jung Foundation: That Which Crosses Me: The Psychology of Astrological Saturn, fall 2019; An Archetypal View of Jung's Typology Through the Lens of Astrology, fall 2018; Astrological Archetypes: Symbols of Meaning and Process, 2012.
• Jungian Psychoanalytic Association (JPA): Theory courses and dream seminars, 2012 to the present. Clinical Coordinator for the JPA Referral Service, 2014–2017.
JPA training colloquia and clinical evenings: theoretical and clinical presentations, 2012
to the present.
International conferences: • 2017, Holism: Possibilities and Problems, the University of Essex, UK, paper: “The Anxiety of Holism with Regard to Astrology.” • 2015, Art and Psyche in Sicily: Layers and Liminality (IAAP, CIPA), paper: “Art as Past and Prologue,” on the relationship of artistic development to psychological individuation.