Zeljko Matijevic  

(403) 229-2196
Zeljko1matijevz@gmail.com

I became Jungian Analyst in 1989, graduating from the C.G.Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland. I was born in Zagreb, Croatia. My education led me to move and live in four different countries. After graduating from Medical University in Zagreb 1973, I moved to Germany where I specialized in Internal Medicine. During my work as physician I was intrigued by psychosomatic diseases, and the relationship between mind and body. This interest stirred my curiosity in the depth psychology and led me to study at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich. After 8 years in Zurich I graduated in 1989 and moved to Calgary. I settled here and maintained private analytic practice. In 1991 I was one of the founding members of the Calgary Jung Society.

In addition to individual therapy, I give seminars and hold workshops on dreams, symbols, myths, fairytales, as well as I teach theory of Jungian psychology.

I am an avid skier, bicyclist, photographer and gardner. I practice zen mediation and yoga. I am passionate about cooking and healthy nutrition.


Emanuela Mihailescu

(403) 700-9250
emanuela.emcounselling@gmail.com

Emanuela graduated as a Jungian Psychoanalyst from the International Training Program at the C.G.Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland, finalizing her training with a thesis titled: “Religious Quest-Individuation Process”.  She chose to study at the C.G.Jung Institute of Zurich because it was founded in 1948 with C.G.Jung’s cooperation.

Originally from Romania, Emanuela holds a Master in Analytical Psychotherapy and a Bachelor of Psychology and Pedagogy, both from “Spiru Haret” University in Bucharest. Since 2006, Emanuela has been a Registered Psychologist and Jungian Psychoanalyst in Romania with the College of Romanian Psychologists.

Emanuela moved to Calgary with her family over 10 years ago, and her first job in Calgary was as an Addiction Counsellor for the Men’s Residential Program with the Salvation Army. In 2010, after she was registered as a Certified Canadian Counsellor, Emanuela opened her own practice as a Jungian Psychotherapist in SW Calgary.

Emanuela continues to practice in Calgary, and she also works with clients from Romania via Skype. Additionally, she holds individual couple and group analyses, as well as seminars and workshops about dreams, fairy tales, and active imagination.


Mae Stolte  

(403) 283-4286
mmstolte@shaw.ca


Peggy Voth  

(403) 286-3177
www.peggyvoth.com 

A graduate of the analytic training program in Toronto, Peggy Voth practices in Calgary. She has lived here for 25 years, received her BSW and MSW from University of Calgary and worked as a clinical social worker in the not-for-profit sector, the corporate world and in private practice before entering training to become a Jungian analyst. Her masters-level research into second-generation effects of incest has been published in a journal and also presented to the Psychiatry Department – Alberta Children’s Hospital. A paper based on her training thesis, “Earthrise: Symbol, Culture and the Individual,” was delivered to the Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies. Peggy is a member of the Western Association of Jungian Analysts. She has served on the Executive of Calgary Jung Society, and has lectured twice, once as a student (“When The Feminine Is Ready, The Masculine Responds”) and once as an analyst (“Eve’s Gift to Us, Adam’s Gift to Eve”). Peggy brings to her work a keen interest in the wholesome embodiment and expression of the masculine and feminine principles in everyday life.


Chris Wilkes  

Chris is a native of Stratford Upon Avon in England and loves nature, theatre and music. His thesis was on the Phantom of the Opera a tale of Eros and the quest for healing. He lives with wife, three children and two grand children in Calgary and works in Calgary as Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and associate professor in the Dept of Psychiatry and Paediatric’s, as well as an active member and former President of the Calgary Jungian Society. He is the first Jungian Child Adolescent Psychiatrist in the country.

Chris was a regular participant in the Ontario Jungian training activities for over a decade, no mean feat when he came from so far away, and was always enjoyed the warm welcome from fellow Jungian students and Analysts alike. He has a deep appreciation for in the work of Canada’s first Jungian Analysts, John Allen from British Columbia with his interest in children’s art, and the UK Analyst Renos Papadopoulos whose work emphasized the link between family epistemology and archetypal theory especially for immigrant families.

Chris has family, sister, cousin and aunts in the Brampton area and will continue to be a frequent attendee at the OAJA meetings wherever possible.