Lucienne Marguerat is a training and supervising analyst, currently secretary of the ISAP Council.
Having studied one year in a college in St Paul, MN, then changed from a French speaking to a German speaking area in Switzerland, she has learned to cherish the strong points in the different cultures.
She is fascinated by the archetypal forces at the root of change in the collective consciousness, such as in the collective views on poverty, the conflicts and reconciliations between European countries or the feminine condition. She also loves contemplating, reflecting upon and working with pictures, in art, dreams or imagination.
Diploma in Analytical Psychology, C.G. Jung-Institute, Küsnacht, 1992.
IT specialist 1970-1990.
Graduation in sociology, University of Geneva, Switzerland, 1971.
Lectures and Publications
Picture interpretation, symbols in pictures, painting workshops; dream groups; psychosis as a way of living.
Marguerat, L. (2014) “Shameful Hush: Breaking the Conspiracy of Silence” in Echoes of Silence: Listening to the Soul, Self, Other. Spring, JO Series, vol. VI.
Marguerat, L. (2013) “The Importance of Kissing. The Embrace in the Crayon Drawings of Aloise” in: Love. Traversing its Peaks and Valleys. Spring, JO Series, vol. V.
Marguerat, L. (2013) “The Amazing Power of Art”, video seminar at Ashville Jung Center on Art & Psyche, https://ashevillejungcenter.org
Marguerat, L. (2011) “Balancing Between Two Cultures” in: Unwrapping Swiss Culture, Spring, vol. 86.