Founded in 1974 by a group of psychoanalysts from the French Society of Analytical Psychology, the Cahiers Jungiens de Psychanalyse is a Jungian journal in French.
The journal, which is published twice a year, endeavors to publish theoretical and clinical articles by Jungian analysts, including contributions by authors from many countries.
It also publishes works from other psychoanalytical currents as well as from various sectors of the human sciences, in a spirit of dialogue, confrontation of perspectives, and openness to the contemporary world. Each issue is structured around a theme. It also includes reviews of journals and books published in France and abroad, both on the theme addressed and on Jungian current events.
- • President: Reine-Marie Halbout
- • Editorial secretary: Laurence Lacour
- • Treasurer: Geneviève Malafaye
- • Laurence Lacour
- • Christian Marnette
- • Sophie Braun
- • Maria-Carolina Concha
- • Laurence Druet
- • Christiane Fonseca-Lalanne Cassou
- • Reine-Marie Halbout
- • Geneviève Malafaye
- • Maria de Oliveira
- • Ève Pilyser
- • Delphine Renard
- • Samira Richer-Villar
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Print ISSN : 0984-8207
Online ISSN : 2262-4783
Publisher : Les Cahiers jungiens de psychanalyse