Linda Carter, MSN, CS, IAAP (USA), is a nurse and a Jungian analyst in private practice in Carpinteria, California, On the faculty of Pacifica Graduate Institute, she publishes widely and teaches internationally, especially in China, and is a graduate of Georgetown and Yale Universities, and the Jung Institute in Boston. In addition, she is chair and founder of the Art and Psyche Working Group, a collaborative group based on models of emergence, whose mission is to bring together members of the art world with psychotherapists and anyone interested in depth psychology. Currently, U.S. editor of the Film and Culture Section of the Journal of Analytical Psychology, Linda was the winner of several Gradiva Awards by the NAAP (National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis): in 2019 in the art category for the exhibition of “The Illuminated Imagination, The Art of C.G. Jung;” in 2021 in the digital media category for her work “Art in a Time of Global Crisis: Interconnection and Companionship; and in 2022 for her article “Amazing Grace.”
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