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Marilyn Matthews, M.D., Santa Fe / Albuquerque, President
William E. Kotsch, Ph.D., Taos/Santa Fe, Vice President
Jerome Bernstein, M.A.C.P., NCPsyA., Santa Fe, Treasurer
Ingmarie McElvain, M.S.W., L.I.S.W., Retired, Secretary
Jacqueline J. West, Ph.D., Santa Fe, Chair, Community Programs
Puanani Harvey, Ph.D., Santa Fe, Advanced Studies Coordinator

Jan Arsenault, M.A., Santa Fe
Charlotte M. Carlson, Ph.D., Albuquerque
Guilford Dudley, Ph.D., Santa Fe/Albuquerque
Jean Flannigan, R.N., Ph.D., L.M.F.T., Albuquerque
Donald E. Kalsched, Ph.D., Albuquerque
Julie Kilpatrick, M.D., Albuquerque
Jacqueline Zeller Levine, Ph.D., Santa Fe
Jon Maaske, Ph.D., Albuquerque
Deanne Newman, M.S.W., L.I.S.W., Santa Fe
Jane Penrod, A.P.R.N., Albuquerque
Susan Schwartz, Ph.D., Phoenix / Santa Fe
Monika Wikman, Ph.D., Santa Fe
Barry Williams, M.Div., Psy.D., Taos

John Talley, M.D., Emeritus
Joan Buresch-Talley, B.A., Emeritus
Anne-Lise Cohen, M.A., Ph.D. (LIT), Retired

Jan Arsenault, M.A. 

        M.A., Counseling Psychology, University of Denver, Denver, CO, 1989
        B.A., Liberal Arts, St John's College, Santa Fe, NM, 1982
  Jungian Analytic Training: CG Jung Institute of Santa Fe
  Interest: Music, Eros/Violence Archetype, Origins of Violence, Humanities 
  Office phone: (505) 983-2137

Jerome Bernstein, M.A.
        M.A. Clinical Psychology, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
        B.A. Psychology, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
  Jungian Analytic Training: C.G. Jung Institute of New York, N.Y., 1980.
  Interests: Borderland personality, Borderland consciousness, Navajo religion and healing,
         environmental illness, evolution of consciousness and healing trauma, transrational reality,
         power and politics.
  Office phone:  505-989-3200

Charlotte M. Carlson, Ph.D.

        Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (1989),
        Jungian Analytic Training: C. G. Jung Institute of Santa Fe, NM, USA (1996).
  Interests: Early Attachment Issues; Birth and Trauma; The Importance of the Second Half of   
        Life (Aging and Death and Dying Issues); Interfaces of Jungian Analytical Psychology and
        Buddhist Philosophy and Psychology; Theories of Intentional Communities; Theories of
        Jungian Dream Groups; and The Impact Jungian Analytical Psychology has in Today's World.
  Office phone: 505-890-8331

 Guil Dudley, Ph.D.

        Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
        B.A., M.Div., S.T.M., Yale University
  Jungian Analytic Training: C. G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles
  Interests: Healing and individuating from trauma; trauma rituals in the history of religions and
        their resonance in the collective unconscious; emotional vulnerability to apocalyptic  
        hysteria in American politics.
  Office Phone: 505-286-8919

Puanani Harvey, Ph.D.

        Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
  Jungian Analytic Training: C.G.Jung Institute, Zurich
  Interest: Early Childhood Development, (with special interest in Jung, Winnicott, and Bion);
        Influence(s) of Traumatizing Experience(s) on Spiritual/Religious Life; current "burning"
        interest: Jung's citing the 18th Sura from the Koran as example of the Archetype of Rebirth
        and Transformation.
  Office phone: 505-455-7156

Julie Kilpatrick, M.D.

        General Psychiatry Residency; Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship, University of
          New Mexico
        MD, University of Illinois, Chicago
        B.A., Colgate University
  Jungian Analytic Training: C.G. Jung Institute of Santa Fe
  Interests: Neurobiology of early development; Attachment theory; Somatic Experiencing
  Office Phone: 505-345-6944

Jon Maaske, M.F.A., Ph.D.

        Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Arizona.
        M.F.A., Photography, Arizona State University.
        B.A., Pomona College.
  Jungian Analytic Training:  C. G. Jung Institute of Santa Fe
  Interests: Psychoanalysis and psychotherapy; Dreams; The neuropsychology of psychotherapy         and of dreaming; Being in, and photographing, the wilderness.
  Office Phone: 505-889-4044 (Albuquerque)

Marilyn L Matthews MD

      BA 1961 DePauw University, Greencastle IN
      MD 1963 Ohio State University Medical School, Columbus, OH
      Diploma in Jungian Analysis, Chicago Jung Institute, 1985
Interests:  Alchemy, Women's Issues, Spiritual Creativity, The Challenge of Change, Using Myth  
      and Story to Dream the Future, Integration of Body, Mind, Spirit and Heart; Quilting, Hiking,
Office Phone: (505) 471-9202
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Susan E. Schwartz, Ph.D.

        Ph.D. in clinical psychology, Union Institute
        M.S.W. in Social Work, Boston University
        B.A. magna cum laude, University of Minnesota
  Jungian Analytic Training: C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich, Switzerland
  Office phone: 602-508-8761, Paradise Valley, AZ

Jacqueline J. West, Ph.D.

        Ph.D., University of California, Santa Cruz        
        M.A., Ithaca College, ithaca New York
        B.A.,Stanford University
  Jungian Analytic Training:  Inter-Region Society of Jungian Analysts (Santa Fe Seminar)
  Interests: The relational ground of analysis; art & psychoanalysis; the creative process;   
        politics and psyche, including how Jungian perspectives can impact one's participation in
        our currently intense and loaded times.
  Office Phone: 505-984-0102

 Monika Wikman, Ph.D.

        Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology
        B.A., University of California, San Diego
  Jungian AnalyticTraining: Research and Training Center for Depth Psychology according to Carl
        Jung and M. L. von Franz, Zurich
  Interests: Alchemy, subtle body, dreams and preparation for death, horses and equestrian arts
  Office Phone: 505-989-7205

 Jacqueline Zeller-Levine, Ph.D. (formerly Mendelsohn)

        Ph.D., Pacifica Graduate Institute: Clinical Psychology
        M.A., University of Alaska, Anchorage: Clinical Psychology
        B.A., University of California, Berkeley: Sociology
  Jungian Analytic Training: C.G. Jung Institute of Santa Fe
  Interests: Grief, depression, hopelessness; life's transitions; aging; families with disabled  
  Office phone: 505-989-1545


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