David Dalrymple - WV, Ph.D., D.Min., N.C.PsyA., LCPC
PH.D. IN PSYCHOLOGY OF RELIGION; Chicago Theological Seminary. (07)
DIPLOMATE IN ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY; C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago. (85)
D.MIN IN PSYCHOLOGY AND CLINICAL STUDIES; Andover Newton Theological Seminary. (76)
MASTER OF DIVINITY; Starr King School for the Ministry. (69)
B.A. IN PHILOSOPHY; University of Washington. (65)
C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago
International Asscociation for Analytical Psychology (IAAP)
Chicago Society of Jungian Analysts (CSJA)
Member, National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP)
Fellow, American Association of Pastoral Counselors (AAPC)
Unitarian Universalist Minister’s Associations
Dr. David Dalrymple’s life long interest has been in the phenomena of soul and the healing of soul, of psyche, of the inner life. In ancient Greek, psyche meant breath or butterfly—metaphors suggesting the uniqueness of one’s inner life and its transformation. Likewise, therapy meant “sitting with, attending to, nursing the gods and goddesses.” Psychotherapy then would be the attending to the story of these mythic, archetypal, and transpersonal powers, presences, daimones which affect our conscious intentions. Dr. Dalrymple has done this “attending to” and “sitting with” as a Unitarian parish minister in the Northwest and New England, as a hospital chaplain in both modern medical and mental hospitals, as a Clinical Pastoral Education Supervisor, as a pastoral counselor and psychotherapist, and as a Diploma Jungian Analyst, licensed and Board Certified. His practice over the years has included individual, marital, family, couple, and group psychotherapy. Dr. Dalrymple has stepped into "distance analysis" for those men and women seeking analytical psychotherapy, Jungian Analysis, and supervision or Control Analysis via the internet and the visual immediacy of Skype. He continues to have flexible rates and appointment times.
Dr. Dalrymple has stepped into leadership in the psychoanalytic and Jungian field. He has served on the Board of the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago on several occasions, in roles of Treasurer, Secretary, and senior faculty. He served through the 90s on the Board and as Vice President of the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP). He was the first Chair of the American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis, Inc. (ABAP, Inc.) from 1997 to 2000. He then became the Executive Director of this accreditation agency which ensures integrity in the field of psychoanalytic education and training.
Dr. Dalrymple is Adjunct Faculty in the Religious Studies Department at Marshall University. He regularly teaches courses on "Religion and Depth Psychology," "Restoring Soul: Jungian and Post-Jungian Contributions to the Study of Religion," "Religion, Mythology, Soul," and "Psychology of Religion." David is also a Visiting Faculty member teaching Jungian courses at the Kentucky Psychoanalytic Institute which now has a "Jungian Track" option for candidates.
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