Linda Carter

Linda Carter

Degrees

  • M.S.N., Nursing Science
  • C.S., Clinical Specialist

Licenses

  • IAAP, Certified Jungian Analyst

Linda is a Jungian analyst who was in private practice in Boston, Massachusettes and in Providence, Rhode Island for more than 30 years. Currently, she practices in California and teaches at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is a graduate of Georgetown and Yale universities and has been in practice for close to 40 years seeing children, adolescents and adults. For 5 years she was the US Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Analytical Psychology, the foremost clinical Jungian journal, based in London. For three years prior to taking this position, she was the Book Review Editor for the same journal. Linda is a co-editor of Analytical Psychology, Contemporary Perspectives in Jungian Analysis and co-author of a chapter in that book called “Analytic Methods.” She has written numerous articles and book chapters and taught and presented her work all over the world. AREAS OF EMPHASIS: Analytical psychology, Jungian psychology, psychoanalytic theory; attachment and neuroscience PUBLICATIONS INCLUDE: Beebe, b. and Lachmann, F. .(2002). Infant Research and Adult Treatment, Hillsdale, N.J.: The Analytic Press. Carter, L. 2008. “Reflections on Bidirectional Influence in the Matisse/Picasso Relationship and in Clinical Practice from a Complex Adaptive Systems Perspective (CAS).” Quadrant, 38(1), 2008. (Also at http://aras.org/) Carter, L. (2010a). “Countertransference and intersubjectivity.” In Jungian Psychoanalysis, Ed. M. Stein. Chicago: Open Court Press. Carter (2010d). “Night terrors: a titanic experience considered from science, art and psychology.” In Sacral Revolutions, Ed. G. Heurer. London and New York: Routledge. Carter, L. (2013). “Art and the intersubjective experience.” Journal of Analystical Psycholog Conference, Boston, MA