Susan E. Schwartz, Ph.D. is a Jungian analyst trained in Zurich, Switzerland, as well as a licensed clinical psychologist. For many years Susan has enjoyed giving workshops and presentations at various local, national, community and professional organizations, and lectures worldwide on various aspects of Jungian analytical psychology. She is the author of several journal articles on daughters and fathers, Puella, Sylvia Plath, a chapter in the four editions of Counseling and Psychotherapy textbook and a chapter in Perpetual Adolescence published in 2009.
She is a member of the New Mexico Society of Jungian Analysts, the International Association of Analytical Psychology, the American Psychological Association, and the Phoenix Friends of Jung.
Susan maintains a private practice in Paradise Valley, Arizona and serves clients in the greater Phoenix area, including Tuscon, Mesa, Glendale, Chandler, Scottsdale, and Tempe.
No one who does not know himself can know others. And in each of us there is another whom we do not know. He speaks to us in dreams and tells us how differently he sees us from the way we see ourselves. When, therefore, we find ourselves in a difficult situation to which there is no solution, he can sometimes kindle a light that radically alters our attitudes—the very attitudes that led us into the difficult situation.