Analytical  Psychology  Press





Edited by

Dyane N. Sherwood& Betty C. Jackson


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Analytical Psychology Press is a new undertaking  with a modest beginning. What it becomes will depend upon the response, engagement, and initiative of Jungian analysts and scholars who are being invited to join in creating an innovative publishing venture.




  • Both print and digital publications.


  • Digital publications have the potential to include sound and video, as well as dynamic images.


  • A foundational textbook of analytical psychology by scholars and clinicians, with introductory and advanced modules as wells as important source materials.


  • Topic-related collections of primary sources in analytical psychology and related fields, together with contemporary commentaries, interviews, and conversations.


  • Collections of an author's  published articles, linking them to show the development of their perspectives.


Please use the contact form below to write with your ideas, your interest in participation, or other ways you can support our efforts.



Dyane N. Sherwood, Editor and Publisher




To publish original works that advance the study of analytical psychology, its theory and practice, as well as works that relate analytical psychology to literary, historical, and cultural studies.



Two additional imprints are devoted to specialized areas related to analytical psychology:


Analytical Psychology: Sandplay Editions recognizes that sandplay therapy is not only an important part of analytical psychology but also has its own international organization: The International Society of Sandplay Therapy.


Dancing Raven Press will focus on works that are autobiographical and/or imaginal in focus.



Editor and Publisher. Dyane N. Sherwood is an analyst member of the International Association of Analytical Psychology (IAAP) and a Teaching Member of the International Society of Sandplay Therapists (ISST).


A graduate of Wellesley College, she received her Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley and did postdoctoral work in neurobiology and psychology at Stanford University. She later retrained in clinical psychology and received her analytic training at the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, where she was certified as an adult and as a child analyst.


Her current analytic affiliation is with the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago, where she serves on the Board, the Analytical Training Program Committee, and the Program Committee. She also serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Analytical Psychology.


Dyane is the co-author, with the late Joseph Henderson, of a book on alchemical symbolism and analysis: Transformation of the Psyche: The Symbolic Alchemy of the Splendor Solis (2003, Routledge). She served as Editor of The San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal, which under her editorship was transformed to Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche. In addition to book chapters, Dr. Sherwood  has published original articles in the Journal of Experimental Biology (Cambridge), Journal of NeurophysiologyJournal of Neurobiology, Journal of Analytical Psychology, Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche, and the Journal of Sandplay Therapy.


She now lives and practices in Oberlin, Ohio.





Advisor to the Editor: Joe Cambray


Editorial Board: Arlo Compaan, Mary Dougherty, Boris Matthews


Managing Editor: LeeAnn Pickrell




LeeAnn Pickrell  has extensive experience as a professional copy editor for a major press, where she worked on textbooks in scientific and technical fields. She became the Copy Editor of Jung Journal at the time it began publication with UC Press, later moving into the position of Managing Editor. In recent years, she has copy edited and assisted in the editing of Jungian books and manuscripts.

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