WRIGHT, JERRY R.
Jerry R. Wright, D.Min. is a Jungian psychoanalyst, teacher, and writer who lives in Flat Rock, North Carolina. He is a training analyst with the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. An experienced conference and retreat leader, he has also led pilgrimages to sacred sites in Iona, Scotland; Ireland; Peru; India; Vietnam; Cambodia; and Laos.
He is the author of Reimagining God and Religion, Essays for the Psychologically Minded (Chiron, 2018). Related works integrating Jungian psychology and religion/spirituality include his doctoral dissertation, Symbols for the Christ in the Gospel of John and the Archetypal Self in the Psychology of C. G. Jung, and his Jungian thesis, Archetypal Thin Places: Experiencing the Numinosum.
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