This presentation will be comprised of several parts: A historical overview of CG Jung’s inner circle of colleagues and disciples; a 20 minute performance as Marie Louise von Franz (1915-1996), Jung’s closest colleague and collaborator, excerpted from the play Our Psychoanalytic Mothers performed at the Freud Museum, London England May 21, 2017, and finally a review/exposition of some of MLVF’s most valuable contributions to the practice of Depth Psychology, in particular her work with Fairy Tales.
Sarah Berry Tschinkel is a psychoanalyst in private practice, maintaining offices in downtown Manhattan, as well as the Hudson River Valley town of Cold Spring, NY. She is a graduate of the Smith College School for Social Work, and the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association. Additionally, she has completed post-graduate work at NYU’s School for Social Work and The Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy. A former dancer and actress, her undergraduate degree is from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts Drama Department. She has appeared in theatre, film and television roles during her earlier career. Since 1986 Sarah has been a regular contributor to the ART/new york series on contemporary art and artists. She has created text and provided on camera narration for over 20 programs. Sarah was recently featured as a plenary speaker at the Art & Psyche Conference in Syracusa, Sicily, as well as IFPE in Pasadena, CA. Her latest venture was writing and playing Marie Louise von Franz in Our Psychoanalytic Mothers at the Freud Museum, London England. She is currently co-director of the clinical evening series at the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association.