Menu

On Our Mind: Thoughts from Mark & Michelle Dean

Tag Archives: Jungian Analysis

Jungian Analyst: Mark Dean Graduates

by Michelle Dean 12-07-2017 | 7:50PST | Comments (0)

Share

Congratulations to the recent graduates, including Mark Dean, from the Inter-regional Society of Jungian Analysts (IRSJA) and the Philadelphia Jung Institute (PAJA). As a new Jungian Psychoanalyst, Mark will be taking up the development of his analytic practice, teaching, and lecturing on analytic psychology, conducting supervision, and writing. Mark’s graduating thesis was titled, Instances and Aspects of Image: A Fairytale Example, […]

Art Psychotherapy: Arriving or Departing?

by Michelle Dean 19-01-2015 | 8:46PST | Comments (0)

Share

Blog post by Mark Dean, MFA, MA, ATR-BC, LPC I recently received an exit interview from a professional art therapy organization that I had stopped participating in. I had not intended to leave, but simply failed to renew my membership. They wanted to know if they had represented me well. I have hesitated to respond, […]