Rose-Emily Rothenberg, MA, is in private practice in Pacific Palisades, California, and teaches at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles. She has been a Jungian analyst for over 35 years. Her special interests, on which she has lectured nationally and internationally, are the orphan archetype and the relationship between disease and the psyche. She is the author of An Orphan’s Odyssey: Sacred Journeys to Renewal and The Jewel in the Wound: How the Body Expresses the Needs of the Psyche and Offers a Path to Transformation.
Her recent talks include:
–“Sacred Journeys Leading To Renewal,” International Association of Jungian Studies, International Conference on ‘Rebirth and Renewal,’ Arizona State University, Phoenix, Arizona, June 28, 2014
−“A Reading and Book Signing with Rose-Emily Rothenberg,” C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles and Analytical Psychology Club of Los Angeles, February 22, 2015
−“The Orphan Archetype as Seen through Fairy Tales,” C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology, Inc., New York, NY, Summer Study Intensive Programs, “Into the Woods: The Quest for Individuation in Fairy Tales,” July 16, 2015
−“Archetypes and Symbols in the Individuation Process,” C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, A Certificate Program in Jungian Studies, November 14, 2015
−“Sacred Journeys to Renewal,” Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, Fall 2015 Invitational Program: “The Great Mystery: Personal Encounters with the Unconscious,” Chicago, October 24, 2015
For a recent audio interview on Shrink Rap Radio with Dr. David Van Nuys (#455 – Sacred Journeys to Renewal with Jungian Analyst Rose-Emily Rothenberg, May 14, 2015), visit Shrink Rap Radio.