Guest Top Ten List
Tracey Cleantis is a writer and a Marriage and Family Therapist in Valencia, California. Tracey writes from both sides of the psychoanalytic couch on her blog La Belette Rouge and weekly at Psychology Today on her blog Freudian Sip. She is presently working on her memoir about her time in psychoanalysis with her Beverly Hills psychoanalyst.
Top 10 Psychoanalysis Blogs (Jung and Freud Would Read)
A blog that explores everything related to Jungian thought, consciousness & science.
Ryan Howes describes his blog as "a users guide to psychotherapy" and he does a nice job of exploring the nuts and bolts of being in therapy.
"A psychoanalytic slant on the world…with support from the American Psychoanalytic Foundation."
The A to Z of Jungian psychology: From Archetypes to Zarathustra. This blog is an encyclopedia of Jungian psychology.
Cheryl at Jung at Heart writes about " therapy, things Jungian, the current state of affairs in mental health and things I am working on. " She also does a wonderful job Monday morning quarter backing on "In treatment". Her analysis of the show is a MUST for every "In Treatment" fan.
David Weiss blogs about his experience of being in a three time a week psychoanalysis. Weiss is the grandson of two psychologists who helped develop the Rorschach (inkblot) test.
Psycho Trainee is, as the name implies, training to be a psychotherapist. On his blog he helps to sublimate the stress of the process through doodles and posts.
This blog describes itself as a blog by psychiatrists for psychiatrists. However, as a Marriage, Family Therapist, I find it completely accessible and imagine that most anyone would. A unique feature of this blog is that they claim to offer "emotional support ducks". They do advise that is best not to ask them about that and yet I can't help but wondering.
"A cartoon about avoiding eye contact." The artist who creates this blog has also coined the acronym "WWFD", which stands for "What would Freud do?".
While not a traditional psychology blog, this blog is all about myth, symbols, and story---two things that we in the world of Jungian or Psychoanalytic theory are mad for. After all, where would Freud be without Oedipus?