The Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice is one of the most widely read and respected journals in the international Jungian community. Published twice yearly by the C.G. Jung Institute of New York, the purpose of the Journal is to encourage the vitality of Analytical Psychology, also known as Jungian psychoanalysis and Jungian psychotherapy. The Journal features articles on clinical, theoretical, and archetypal subjects that develop and reformulate the clinical aspects of Analytical Psychology and apply them to practice. In addition the Journal publishes articles that relate to the training and supervision of Jungian analysts and articles that address ethical and professional issues in the practice of Jungian psychoanalysis and psychotherapy.
In order to encourage dialogue about the issues faced in Jungian psychology, we have developed a discussion forum where readers may post comments on essays in the current issue of the Journal. In order to submit comments, click on ‘view’ in the Discussion Column of the Table of Contents in the Current Issue page. A window will open in which you may type your comment. Click ‘send’ and the comment will be sent via e-mail to a moderator who will post all appropriate comments.