Martha is a licensed psychologist and senior Jungian analyst. She practices Jungian Analysis and psychotherapy in Portland, Oregon. Martha earned a Diplomate in Analytical Psychology from the C. G. Jung Institute, Zurich, Switzerland. She is a licensed psychoanalyst (LP) in the State of New York. The National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP) has certified Martha as a psychoanalyst (NCPsyA). Martha is trained in Compassionate (Non-Violent) Communication, neurobiology, and trauma.
Martha is a member of:
- Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts
- International Association of Analytical Psychologists
- National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis
- Association of Graduate Analytical Psychologists
- International Association for Jungian Studies
- American Psychological Association
- Oregon Psychologoical Association
- American Mental Health Alliance, Oregon
Carl Jung, the Swiss physician and analytical psychologist, helped found the training program that bears his name, the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich. The C. G. Jung Institute is recognized by the International Association for Analytical Psychology and is under the jurisdiction of the Board of Education, Canton of Zurich. The Institute is accredited by the Swiss Charta for Psychotherapy. Analyst training entails 4-6 years of seminars, lectures, in-depth personal analysis, an extensive analytical internship, supervision, exams, and a thesis. Licensure as a psychologist requires a residency, national and state board exams. Certification requires training at an approved institute and additional in-depth psychoanalytic supervision.
Martha formerly taught Portland State University students of business how to participate consciously as members of a team. She is the author of an on-line university course in quality assurance, articles and papers.