The Journal of Analytical Psychology

Editors-in-Chief: William Meredith-Owen and Susanna Wright (UK), Linda Carter (US)
Managing Editor: Jane Turney

The Journal is published five times a year in February, April, June, September and November by Wiley-Blackwell.  For more information visit Wiley on-line

The Journal of Analytical Psychology is the leading international Jungian publication in English. The Journal is renowned for its emphasis on the clinical practice of in-depth analysis and its exploration of the relationship between analytical psychology and psychoanalysis. It also addresses issues on the leading edge of philosophy, science, religion, and an understanding of the arts.

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Publish an article in the Journal

Reasons to publish your work in the JAP:

·      Foremost international Jungian publication in English;

·      High readership; over 100,000 articles downloaded every year;

·      Global circulation; over 5,000 institutions worldwide with access to current content;

·      The Jungian journal with an impact factor;

·      Authors receive free online access to their article once published as well as 25% discount on all Wiley-Blackwell publications.

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Deputy Editors

Stefano Carta (Europe), Patricia Vesey-McGrew (USA)

Consultant Editor

Michael Horne (USA), Warren Colman (UK)

Contact Information

JAP
1 Daleham Gardens
London  NW3 5BY

Email: journal@jap.thesap.org.uk

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“This journal has repeatedly demonstrated an ability to grow with the times, illuminating not only what analytical psychology has been as a discipline but also how it may continue to develop to serve the psyche responsibly and well”.
John Beebe, First US Editor, JAP


“The JAP plays a unique role in the Jungian community, keeping practising clinicians up-to-date with contemporary research in the arts and sciences and providing stimulating discussion on the theory and practice of analytical psychology today”.
Jean Knox, Former JAP Editor-in-Chief