Kathryn Madden

Ph.D., Visiting Faculty, Depth Psychology, emphasis in Jungian and Archetypal Studies


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.

Additional Work:

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.


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