Dr. Madden earned her doctoral degree in Psychology and Religion from theUnion Theological Seminary at Columbia University, NYC,and isa licensed psychoanalyst. Her areas of emphasis include Depth Psychology: Jungian & Psychodynamic focus; Early Developmental Trauma--CreativeIllness--Religious, Abyssal Experience--Cyclical Nekyia and the CreativeProcess; Archetypes in Transformation in the Live Ritual Space of Theatre.
Madden, K., (2013) Bi-Polarity, Compensation, and the Transcendent Function in Dreams and Visionary Experience: A Jungian Examination of Boehme’s Mandala. In Shalit, E.,& Swift, F. N. (Eds.), The dreamand itsAmplification. (pp. 167-180). Skiatook, OK: Fisher King Press.
Madden, K., (2011). Abyssal Awe: Response to Brent Weston’s Mandala Series. Quadrant:The Journal of the C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology,XLI(2),90-96.
Including others in Quadrant: The Journal of the C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology.
Madden, K. (2003). The liminal space of pastoral counseling supervision. Journal Of Supervision And Training In Ministry, 23 135-151.
Madden, K. (2000). Religion and the spiritual in Carl Jung. Union Seminary Quarterly Review, 54(1-2), 105-110.
Including others in Union Seminary Quarterly Review.