About the Journal

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

Editors-in-Chief: William Meredith-Owen, Susanna Wright (UK) & David Sedgwick (US)

The Journal of Analytical Psychology is the leading international Jungian publication. It was founded by Michael Fordham in 1955 on behalf of the Society of Analytical Psychology which owns and commissions the Journal. 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.

Clinical and theoretical articles, book and journal reviews, and a lively correspondence section reflect international developments and current controversies in analytical psychology and Jungian thinking. Journal articles demonstrate the continuing development, relevance and vitality of Jungian thought. The editorial board includes leading analysts from the UK, Europe and the USA, in collaboration with Jungian analysts from around the world.

The Journal of Analytical Psychology is published by Wiley-Blackwell.

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