Linda Carter

Linda Carter, MSN, CS, IAAP, is a Clinical Nurse Specialist and a Jungian analyst practicing in Carpinteria, California and has been a psychotherapist for more than 40 years. A graduate of Georgetown, Yale, and the C.G. Jung Institute-Boston, Linda was the Journal
of Analytical Psychology’s
Book Review Editor, US Editor-in-Chief and now Film & Culture Editor.



Founder and Chair of the Art and Psyche Working Group, she initiated and edited the service outreach project Art in a Time of World Crisis: Interconnection and Companionship that recently won a Gradiva Award from the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP). Art and Psyche won a Gradiva previously for the art exhibition affiliated with the Illuminated Imagination Conference in 2019. Linda has published widely and taught internationally, especially in China. Email: lcarter20@earthlink.net

Linda has an extensive experience with the Red Book. She has presented and published papers; was part of a reading group with 6 other women Jungian analysts between 2016-2021; has offered formal teaching at the Memphis/Atlanta Interregional Society for Jungian Analysts (IRSJA); was deeply involved in the organisation and running of the “The illuminated Imagination” conference and exhibition of Jung’s art work; and of service in the time of Covid, Linda was involved in a service-oriented project “Art in a Time of Global Crisis: Interconnection and Companionship”