Gustavo Barcellos

    Gustavo Barcellos is a Jungian analyst in São Paulo, Brazil, a member of the Associação Junguiana do Brasil-AJB and the International Association for Analytical Psychology-IAAP. He is the founding member and Editor-in-Chief of Cadernos Junguianos, AJB’s annual journal, since its inception in 2005. He has lived in the USA during the 1980s where he finished his M.A. in Clinical Psychology at the New School for Social Research, and studied at the C. G. Jung Foundation, both in New York City. During this period he met James Hillman, with whom he studied and who was later to become his mentor and friend. After coming back to Brazil, he translated several of Hillman’s books into Portuguese and is responsible for introducing archetypal psychology to Brazilian students. He is the author of many books and articles in Brazil and abroad in the field of archetypal psychology, imagination and the arts, including a book on The Psychology of the Brother Archetype, in 2009, and a book on Psyche & Image, in 2012. He was a contributor to the books: Listening to Latin America—Exploring Cultural Complexes in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela and Psyche and the City: A Soul’s Guide to the Modern Metropolis, edited by Thomas Singer for Spring Journal Books, to which he contributed the chapter on São Paulo, “Harlequin City.” The Sibling Archetype: The Psychology of Brothers and Sisters and the Meaning of Horizontality was published by Spring Publications in 2016. He has been professionally involved with Jungian educational and analytical institutes throughout the country, and teaches seminars in Jungian and archetypal psychology. He has held a private practice in São Paulo, Brazil, since 1985. (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)

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