Rosenthal, Suzanne

Suzanne Rosenthal, PhD is a Jungian analyst and Clinical Psychologist in private practice in Winnetka, IL. She completed her at the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago in 1996 after earning her doctorate (psychology) and master’s degrees (film studies) from Northwestern University. She is currently a faculty member of the Analyst Training Program and the Clinical Training Program and is a member of the ATP oversight committee. Sue includes in her years of clinical experience teaching and supervising at the graduate level at Loyola University, Northwestern, and the Illinois School of Professional Psychology Sue has served on the Executive Board of the Institute and on the Admissions, Candidacy and Program Committees. She chaired the committee that established the original Jungian clinic in Evanston. Highlights of her work include papers and workshops on themes of ‘longing for home’ and the clinical use of myths, fairy tales, and film. She is actively involved in the Institute’s collaboration with other downtown instructions in creating programs that present the archetypal approach to the expressive arts.

Education
DIPLOMATE ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY: C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago. (1996)
PH.D. IN COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY: Northwestern University. (1977)
M.S. IN SPEECH/FILM: Northwestern University. (1971)
B.A. IN ENGLISH LITERATURE/JOURNALISM: University of Michigan. (1958)

Age Groups
Adults

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Individuals
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Groups

Contact
sugarose@sbcglobal.net
224.408.2990

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