Eleonore Lehr-Rottmann was born and educated in Germany. She received her M.Ed. and doctorate in Human Development from the Institute for Child Study at the University of Maryland. As NIH Visiting Fellow she worked on a longitudinal Study of Aging; following she was at the University of Constance, doing research on midlife and lecturing on a range of topics concerning developmental issues during the life cycle.
In 1998 she completed her training at the C.G. Jung-Institut in Küsnacht with the Diploma in Analytical Psychology for Children, Adolescents and Adults. She teaches at the International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich, where she is a training analyst. She has a private practice in Constance, Germany.
Long term analysis
Lectures and Publications
Soul Activation: a Work of Art; The Swan: Mythical Bird of Transcendence; The Song of Hiawatha; Re-reading Memories, Dreams, Reflections; Intimacy: An Inner experience of the Self.
Collective Trauma and Individual Development: The Case of Germany. In Gudaite G. and M. Stein, Eds. Confronting Cultural Trauma. A Jungian Approach to Understanding and Healing. New Orleans: Spring Journal Books 2014