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“The true gifts of the unconscious are hard won; revelations of the mysterium tremendum are more than most can bear. Yet a person who has come into an integration of mind, body, and heart may be blessed with inspiration that infuses her own creative work with an energetic mystery and brings a necessary vision to the world.”

The Matrix and Meaning of Character, P261


The authors have produced, both individually and collaboratively, an extensive body of published work. Below is a partial list of their most recent publications.

  • Dougherty, N.,  West, J.
    “Dismemberment and Anxiety: Anxieties at the Edge,” (2005)
    Delivered at the North American Conference of Jungian Analysts, At The Edge Between Hope and Despair: Confronting Cultural, Political, and Clinical Dilemmas through Analytical Psychology, Chicago Illinois, September 22-25, 2005.
  • Dougherty, N., and West, J.
    “Character Structure: Awakening Clinical Spirit.”
    Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice Vol. 5 No. 2,
    Marlan, Stanton (ed.) C.G. Jung Institute of New York. 2004.
  • Dougherty, N.,
    “Vampires, Eroticism and the Lure of the Unconscious.”
    The Soul of Popular Culture:  Looking at Contemporary Heroes, Myths, and Monsters.  (ed.) M.L. Kittlesen,  Open Court Press, 1998.
  • West, J.
    “Frida Kahlo: Dynamic Transformations”
    Zurich ‘95: Open Questions in Analytical Psychology - Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Congress for Analytical Psychology, Einsiedeln, Switzerland :Daimon Verlag. 1997.
  • West, J.
    “Cinderella - Emergence from Ashes: A Borderline Process.”
    Psyche’s Stories: Modern Jungian Interpretations of Fairy Tales, (eds.) Stein, M and Corbett, L. Chiron Publications: Wilmette, Illinois. 1995.
  • Dougherty, N.
    “Snow White: Desire, Death, and Transformation.” 
    Psyche’s Stories: Modern Interpretations of Fairy Tales.
     Edited by Murray Stein and Lionel Corbett. Chiron Publications.  Wilmette, IL. 1995.