Several of our members are published, either books, workbooks, and/or articles. We invite those published to list their works so that the rest of us can find great reads. Any authors willing to start a book study with the Alliance folks?
72 Members

You need to be a member of Depth Psychology Alliance to add comments!

Join Depth Psychology Alliance

Comments are closed.


  • Organization
    Fisher King Press publishes an eclectic mix of worthy books including Jungian Psychological Perspectives, Cutting Edge Fiction, and a growing list of alternative titles. Visit for our submission guidelines and to view our publications. We also occasionally post articles by Fisher King Authors to the Depth Psychology Alliance Blog.
  • 'Creativity and Change - a exploration from an integrative perspective' - Therapy Today Dec 2009


    Review of David Rosen's 'Transforming Depression' -The Transactional Analyst Nov 2010

  • "Medea, Feminism, and The Shadow" in Quadrant, Winter 2010
  • Cheetham, Tom. 2007. After Prophecy: Imagination, Incarnation and the Unity of the Prophetic Tradition. Lectures for theTemenos Academy. Studies in Archetypal Psychology Series, Greg Mogenson, Ed. Spring Journal Books, New Orleans,LA.
    _____ 2005. Green Man, Earth Angel: The Prophetic Tradition and the Battle for the Soul of the World, with a Forward by Robert Sardello. SUNY Series in the Western Esoteric Tradition, David Applebaum, Ed., SUNY Press, Albany, NY.
    _____ 2003. The World Turned Inside Out: Henry Corbin and Islamic Mysticism, Spring Journal Books, New Orleans, LA.
    Hillman, James with Tom Cheetham. 2004. Archetypal Psychology: A Brief Account, 2nd Revised Edition with a Complete Bibliography of Archetypal Psychology Compiled by Tom Cheetham, Spring Publications, Putnam, CT.
    More details at my blog: Tom Cheetham
    Tom Cheetham
This reply was deleted.

Shadow Tech - Cracking the Codes of Personal and Collective Darkness

Along with my partner Melissa Mari, I've published this book. The contents came to us as we engaged in shadow work within the container of our relationship. A number of concepts in the book had been brewing in me for several years, but only after we came together did they manifest as a coherent map. The map that began to appear was comprised of several concepts that fit together to help us understand "the destructive force in the universe" and how it manifests in the psyche and culture. Of…

Read more…
0 Replies

Wisdom's Way - The Christian I Ching

I have just published Wisdom's Way - The Christian I Ching This book is a reinterpretation of the I Ching from a mystical Christian perspective. In this book I discuss at length Jung's lifelong fascination with the I Ching and how the I Ching fits into contemporary Christian understandings of God, spiritual direction, and discernment. I take a different approach to interpreting the I Ching. Rather than attempt to explain the traditional Chinese aphorisms that are used to illustrate the 64…

Read more…
2 Replies

DIonysos Archetype of Individuation

     If the Dionysian myth is a psychic projection, could it be reversed engineered back into the psyche. If we could complete this reverse engineering project, might we concomitantly discover a Rosetta Stone providing us with a key to understanding the language of the internal aspect of nature. If we could find such a Stone, would we also discover the Greeks created a sophisticated interactive map of the psyche. The internal aspect of nature. Our underlying instinctual dynamic. The…

Read more…
1 Reply

Returning to Membership in Earth Community: Systemic Constellations with Nature

Depth psychology is based on human experiences - whether they are induced purposefully or occur spontaneously - that transcend and often directly challenge our everyday materialistic perceptions of the world as being made of separate independent objects - a person, a tree, a bird, a bee, a mountain. What is the network that connects and communicates between these apparently separate things? One of the most interesting and useful tools to explore these connections and communications is systemic…

Read more…
0 Replies