Greg Mogenson is a registered psychotherapist and Jungian analyst practicing in London, Ontario, Canada. A graduate of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, he is a professional member of that society and of the International Association for Analytical Psychology. His practice is devoted to analytic psychotherapy and Jungian psychoanalysis for adult individuals presenting with a wide range of issues and concerns. He is also a registered marriage and family therapist, with clinical membership in the Ontario Chapter of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT). Drawing upon both the psychoanalytic and the family therapy traditions, he works with individuals and with couples in long- as well as short-term psychotherapy. In addition, he provides clinical supervision for psychotherapists, and lectures on analytical psychology to both lay and professional audiences. A prolific author, Mogenson has published several books and numerous articles in the field of analytical psychology. (Some of the articles are reproduced on this website.) He also serves as editor of the Studies in Archetypal Psychology Series of Spring Journal Books.

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Psychology's Dream of the Courtroom

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Dereliction of Duty and the Rise of Psychology: As Reflected in the "Case" of Conrad's Lord Jim

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Jungian Psychotherapy & Notional Practice Seminar: Professional seminar for psychotherapists and trainees wishing to learn about the Jungian approach to counselling and psychotherapy. Just as the law is a notional practice rooted in its notion "Justice," so Jungian psychology is a notional practice rooted in its notion "soul." The seminar will involve discussion of key texts of Jung's and of contemporary Jungian analysts pertaining to clinical practice. This discussion component will then be followed each time by a case colloquium component. The seminar will meet in London, Ontario on a monthly basis, September through April, for 2 hours each time. (Requests for late admission will be considered.) For further information please contact the seminar leader, Greg Mogenson, at 519-657-4878 or by email at mogenson@rogers.com