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Biography

I have a lifelong passion for exploring, learning, and pushing boundaries and this what motivated me to come from France to the USA. I did my medical studies in France and became an immunologist/allergist. After a few years of private practice, I moved to international clinical research, and finally consultancy in strategic drug development at Baucis Global, LLC. With time I experienced a desire to come back to patients and to dedicate myself to the healing of the psyche. I am guided by the psychology of Jung with its emphasis on wholeness, and not only the development of this or that part of the personality which may be more socially acceptable. I am now in training to become a Jungian analyst at the C.G Institute of San Francisco, CA.

Education

Medical degree, Broussais Hotel Dieu, University Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris,1983

Immunology allergy certificate, University Rene Descartes, Paris, 1987

PhD clinical psychology, Saybrook University, San Francisco, 2010

Analytical training, C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, 2015- ongoing

Scientific societies and professional associations

JSSS: The Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies

IAJS: International Association for Jungian Studies

TPI: The Psychological Institute, Berkeley, CA

Recent publications

DeArmond, M.I. (2019). Thunder, Perfect Mind: Entering the land of the sublime. In The Blazing Sublime: thresholds and pathways between Jung and Lacan, A. Casement (Ed). Karnac Books.

DeArmond, M.I. (2017). Journeying: internal and external landscapes. Jung Journal, Culture & Psyche, 11 (3), 43-51.

DeArmond, M.I. (2017). Immigration, a vessel for transformation. Psychological Perspectives, 60 (4), 424-433.

DeArmond, M.I. (2013). The psychological experience of hospice workers during encounters with death. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 66 (4), 281-299.

DeArmond, M.I (2013). Archetypal aspects of transference at the end-of-life. In Analytical Psychology in a Changing World: The Search for Self, Identity and Community, L. Huskinson, M. Stein (Eds),174-189. New York: Routledge.