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Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts
Jungian Psychoanalyst/ Vice President
Jungian analysis; articles on psychoanalysis, film, culture, politics; a long history of interest in environmental concerns


Don studied literature at Duke University in the early 1960s, and after an M.A., taught the same at the College of William and Mary. His other passion was psychology, and to pursue it, he worked at psychiatric hospitals in Raleigh, Durham, Detroit, and San Francisco before moving to Zurich in 1970 to study at the C.G. Jung Institute. He has worked in private practice as a Jungian Analyst in Boulder, Colorado, since 1976 when has also became a member of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. He currently serve as the Vice-President of the Society. For the past 2 decades he has been deeply interested in the borderlands between science, climate change research, culture, media, psychology, and in how we might imagine and prepare a different future for coming generations.