International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich

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Sandra Schnekenburger Adv. Dipl. (PSW)


+41 79 416 11 16
[email protected]


Bergstrasse 118
8032 Zürich
Switzerland


Training/Supervising Analyst
Swiss Certified Psychotherapist
Is authorized to conduct training with candidates of the CH-program

Sandy was born in 1949 and lived in South Africa until 1977. She was trained as a social worker, working for first with youth groups in SOWETO. She then trained as a psychiatric social worker in Cape Town, working with families, groups, children and adults, finally in a psychiatric diagnostic ward (Groote Schuur Hospital).

She was married (husband died 1997) and now has 3 married sons, 3 daughters-in-law (Norwegian, South African and Brazilian), and soon will have 7 grandchildren. She lives in Schwerzenbach (near the Greifensee) with her old cat!

For over 20 years she has been a practicing Jungian analyst and licensed psychotherapist in Bergstrasse 118, Zurich.

For many years she worked delegated but now privately. She has been with ISAP since the beginning, serving 4 years on the OC (now IC) as Director of Admin. She has been involved with the Counselling Service, and is now on the Admissions Committee. At ISAP she is a TA/SA.

Education
Diploma of Analytical Psychology – Feb. 1998, C.G. Jung Institute Küsnacht,
Adv. Dipl. PSW – 1975, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Honours PSW – 1974, University of Cape Town, South Africa
B.Soc. Sc. – 1971, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa

Professional Organizations
ISAPZURICH
AGAP
IAAP
ASP

Languages Spoken
English
German

Age Groups
Generally now working with adults (all ages)

Treatment Types
Individuals
Couples

Specialties
Working with dreams, expression via drawing/paintings, poetry, clay, fairytales, myths, spirituality, nature, and ethnology. Active imagination and typology. Dealing with trauma – recent and intergenerational.

Lectures and Publications
Containment and/or Imprisonment, still working on the Tension of Opposites, Intergenerational Patterns, Ancestors and Archetypal Patterns with respect to the Individual and the Collective.

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