International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich

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Yuriko Sato, MD


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Praxis zum Innenhof
+41 41 508 56 33
Mühlegasse 23
8001 Zürich
Switzerland

Therapie3
Spitalgasse 18
3011 Bern
Switzerland


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

Yuriko Sato is a Japanese Jungian analyst and psychotherapist, and a graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich. She studied medicine and worked as a psychiatrist in Osaka and Kyoto. She came back to Switzerland and joined ISAP in 2007. She is training/supervising analyst at ISAPZURICH, where she teaches on topics such as the Eastern (Japanese) psyche, narcissism, and psychiatry.

Education
Medical Doctor, 1991, Shiga University of Medical Science (Japan)

Professional Organizations
ASP (Association of Swiss Psychotherapists)
AGAP (Association of Graduate Analytical Psychologists)
IAAP (International Association for Analytical Psychology)
Psychologischer Club Zürich
AJAJ (Association of Jungian Analysts, Japan)
JSPN (Japanese Society of Psychiatry and Neurology)

Languages Spoken
Japanese
English
German

Age Groups
Adults
Adolescents
Children

Treatment Types
Individuals

Specialties
Dream Interpretation
Fairy Tales
Spirituality/Religion
Ethnology
Psychiatry

Lectures and Publications
2019 June
Pari Center for New Learning: Re-enchanting the World, Italy
The Sense of Wonder: Being Connected with the Enchanted World
Published in Pari Perspectives 1, 9-13 (2019)

2018 November
CONFER Small Earth Conference, England
Beyond Materialism

2017 November
C.G. Jung Club London, England
“Mottainai” A Japanese sense of Anima Mundi

2017 October
Psychologischer Club Zürich, Switzerland
Shinto: Japanese Sense of Anima Mundi in the Modern Psyche

2016 August
IAAP XX International Congress for Analytical Psychology, Japan
“Mottainai” A Japanese sense of Anima Mundi
Published in Proc. Twentieth Congress of the International Association for Analytical Psychology, Daimon Verlag, 805-812 (2017)
Published in The Journal of Analytical Psychology (2017, 62, I. 147-154)

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