Foreword by Tom Kelly. Editors' Introductions. Section 1, Interventions. Carta, Opening our rooms: The ETnA projects for migrants in Italy. Papadopoulos, Therapeutic encounters and interventions outside the consulting room: challenges in theory and practice. Zoja, After mass violence and displacement - how a `safe place' emerges through symbolic play. San Roque and Santospirito, The long weekend in Alice Springs. Section 2, Equalities and Inequalities. Cotter, The politics of care and caring: One UK perspective. Martin-Vallas, Taking care of psychotic patients by giving them a job: an analyst in a French social institution. Troudart, Interviewing people complaining about torture: the interpersonal and inner experience from a Jungian perspective. Section 3, Politics and Modernity. Alschuler, The psychopolitics of liberation: the struggle of native people against oppression in Guatemala and Canada. Lu, Piecing the story together: the political and psychological aspects of oral history interviewing in the Chinese/Vietnamese Diaspora. Dunlap, Founding a distinctive Jungian political psychology while we form ourselves into a new type of psychological practitioner. Gambini, Our future lies hidden in our roots. Section 4, Culture and Identity. Boechat, Racism: An unwelcome guest in Brazilian cultural identity. Rowland, Jung for/with feminism? The gendered imagination and Jung's infamous quote. Rasche, Defences of the Self: Cultural complexes and models for non-violent conflict resolution. Singer, Snapshots of the Obamacare Cultural Complex. Section 5, Cultural Phantoms. Heuer, `And death shall have no dominion': attending to the silence. Kimbles, Jung's relationship with Jews and Judaism. Shen, Behind the mask of China: the continuing trauma of the Cultural Revolution. Section 6, Nature: Truth and Reconciliation. Bernstein, Healing Our Broken Connection to Nature: The Psyche-Left-Behind. Kawai, Psychological relief work after the 11 March 2011 earthquake in Japan: Jungian perspectives and the shadow of activism. Kutek, A Jungian spoke in the Town and Country Planning wheel: It's the alchemy, stupid! Rust, Nature: truth and reconciliation.
Emilija Kiehl is a Jungian analyst in private practice in London. She is Chair of the British Jungian Analytic Association (BJAA) and member of the Executive Committee of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP). She teaches on the BJAA external courses and on the BJAA/Birkbeck, University of London MSc in the Psychodynamics of Human Development. Mark Saban is a Jungian analyst working in Oxford and London. He also lectures on Jungian psychology at the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex. He is the author of numerous journal articles and book chapters. Andrew Samuels works internationally as a political consultant with politicians, parties and activist groups. He was co-founder of Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility in 1994 and chair of the UK Council for Psychotherapy 2009-2012, and is Professor of Analytical Psychology at Essex and Visiting Professor at New York, Roehampton, Macau and Goldsmiths, University of London. His books have been translated into 21 languages.