EILEEN S. NEMETH, M.A., Diploma in Post-Graduate Studies in Expressive Arts Therapy, is a Jungian analyst and a Dance Therapist. She is an international teacher, lecturer and seminar leader in both, Authentic Movement and the importance of the body in Analytical Psychology and psychotherapy. She lectures at ISAP-Zurich and the Jung Institute in Zurich and supervises Analysts and Dance Therapists. Until 2012 she was an active member and Training Analyst at ISAP-Zurich. She has published two articles, “Symbols of Creation in Myth and Dream: Directive, Orientative, Regenerative” and “Re-visioning Individuation: Opening to a Witness Consciousness”, both through the International Association of Jungian Studies. Ms. Nemeth has a private practice in Zurich, Switzerland.
KATHRIN U. SCHAEPPI, MS, MLA, MFA, is a Jungian analyst with a private practice in Basel, Switzerland. She teaches and gives workshops at ISAP-Zurich and internationally. Kathrin is passionate about enabling one's true voice, unique expression and connection to the sacred. In her wholistic approach she includes dream work, drawing, active imagination and expression through writing, painting and movement. On her path of supporting personal and social transformation she integrates from her training in the sciences, communications, gender studies, mindfulness, authentic movement. (www. kschaeppi.ch)
ANJALI D'SOUZA, M.A. and PGDM, is a Jungian Analyst in training at ISAP-Zurich. She has 20 years of experience working as a therapist with individuals, groups, and communities in India. Her training is in Indian classical dance, and as a sociologist, has informed her multisystemic perspective to human life. She integrates her Jungian training with insights shaped in the arts, Indian philosophy, and feminist and postcolonial studies.
LISA M. HOLLAND, MS, LPCC is a Jungian Analyst practicing and teaching on the Central Coast of California, USA. She is trained in mindfulness-based, somatic psychotherapy and has recently begun offering Neurofeedback training to support physiological regulation, thereby enabling clients to be more available to analytic work. Lisa’s areas of interest include: trauma recovery, creativity, women’s empowerment and embodiment, and group process. She delights in the study of fairy tales, regularly offers seminars at ISAP-Zurich, and gratefully spends several months a year in Italy. (www. lisahollandtherapy.com)
MARIA GRAZIA CALZÀ, M.A., Ph.D., grew up among the olive trees of Northern Italy. After a diploma in Art Restoration, she continued her studies at the Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg, Germany receiving a MA and later a PhD in Medieval History, Theology, and Psychology. She has written a book on the role of the body in the mysticism of the first Beguine, Marie d'Oignies, has published various articles and lectured internationally on the topic. In 2017 she graduated from ISAP-Zurich and works on Lake Garda as a Philosophical Counselor and Jungian Psychoanalyst.