The Foundation works with contemporary Jungian authors to translate works currently available only in German into English, specifically for texts which have broad interest to therapists of many disciplines and the public. Support for these publications is made possible in part by the Arndt Family Fund. We are delighted to be able to support these publications.
The Foundation is pleased to announce support for Daimon Verlag’s forthcoming German to English translation of Ingrid Riedel’s well known book, Painting Therapy Based on Analytical Psychology of CG Jung. Ingrid Riedel is an established author in the Jungian field. She is an honorary professor of the psychology of religion and privately practicing psychotherapist in Constance, Germany. She is a lecturer and teaching analyst at the C.G. Jung Institutes in Zurich, Switzerland, and Stuttgart, Germany.
Depending on the particular work, we consider two possible avenues for publication. Traditional publication of manuscripts is especially valued in texts with rich imagery as for example with CG Jung’s Red Book. For such texts, while a digital format is possible, print is the decidedly preferable medium.
Alternatively, digital publishing offers a wide range of material to larger audiences at a relatively low cost.In this context, special publications of both past and recent theses and symbol papers completed during analytic training can be made available to the larger analytic community. This program, however cost effective, often requires lengthy administrative work associated with the digital publishing process.