Nan Savage Healy
Nan Savage Healy, Ph.D. is an independent scholar who has published in the Jungian journal Psychological Perspectives and taught at the C. G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles. She has lectured on a wide array of cultural, artistic, and depth psychological subjects. Her groundbreaking research into the creative liaison between Toni Wolff and C. G. Jung was funded by grants from the Joseph Campbell Foundation and the Countway Library of Medicine at Harvard University.
Press and Media Mentions
- “Here is the first major book about Toni Wolff and her key role in the unfolding of C. G. Jung's life and thought. Often overlooked or downplayed—sometimes deliberately—Wolff's role as his collaborator, not to mention as his anima and soror mystica, can no longer be minimized. Jung would not have been the same without her, and you will not think the same about Jung or Wolff after reading Nan Savage Healy's book Toni Wolff & C. G. Jung: A Collaboration.” - Robert S. Ellwood, Emeritus Professor of Religion, University of Southern California
- “Toni Wolff & C. G. Jung: A Collaboration is a story that truly needs to be told. Nan Savage Healy richly documents the life and legacy of Toni Wolff and her relationship to C. G. Jung, as well as demonstrates that Wolff must be recognized as a co-creator of analytical psychology. I was deeply impressed by Healy's scholarly ability and the eloquence of her writing. Her method demonstrates careful historical research, and the story is greatly enriched by her depth psychological sensibilities. Again and again, I was struck by her insights pertaining to both Wolff and Jung. I was eager and delighted to read this book!” - Patrick J. Mahaffey, Ph.D., Professor, Mythological Studies, Pacifica Graduate Institute