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CG Jung Society of WA Inc
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Fremantle WA 6160
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Jungian psychoanalyst in private practice in Fremantle.  She is particularly interested in dream work, the transference, and the progressive aspect of psyche. She is the current PD convener for PACAWA.
Olga is a registered psychotherapist, counsellor, art psychotherapist, supervisor and educator. She works with adults in individual, relationship and group therapy. She has private practices in Bentley, Como and Mundaring.
Educational psychologist (MA) and Yoga Teacher in private practice, Swanbourne. She developed a profound Interest in Jung’s work since her 1st class of psychology 101. “I feel at home when I read Jung’s books. I have a strong interest in the analysis of dream”
Became part of the Analytical Psychology Club in 1961. Olive is passionate about the library which has been at 83 Archdeacon St since 1978. It is a great resource, seriously  underused at present.
Devoted Jungian since late 2006 after reading "Man and His Symbols" on a whim. Reading Edward Edinger's "Ego and Archetype" shortly after sealed her love of depth psychology and encouraged her to embark on a Graduate Diploma in Counseling at Curtin University in 2009. Her particular interests lie in Myers Briggs typology, alchemy and the Lambspring images, individuation and the aging process.
In 2008 I became deeply interested in Jung’s teachings and individuating. I’m currently finishing my psychology degree to become a depth psychologist and am planning to complete a PhD by 2015. The areas I’m most interested in revolve around “myth as lies that tell the truth” and “answering the call: the hero’s journey".
Michael is interested in developing a community of psychologically aware participants through the application of Jungian ideas and other psychological tools to film, literature and cultural artifacts.