Aaron Balick is the director of Stillpoint London and a leading researcher on the intersection of contemporary psychotherapy and technology. He is the author of The Psychodynamics of Social Networking: Connected-up Instantaneous Culture and the Self.
Aleksandar Dimitrijevic teaches at the International Psychoanalytic University in Berlin and is a member of the Belgrade Psychoanalytical Society. Since over 20 years, Aleksandar has been working as a psychoanalytic psychologist. He is a counselor and supervisor at Stillpoint Spaces Berlin.
Andrea Monroy Toro followed the path of Psychoanalysis from Puerto Rico to Argentina, the UK, Barcelona and Berlin. Besides working as a Stillpoint Counselor in Berlin, she co-founded the refugee initiative “Kunst hilft”, framing psychoanalysis and art to support displaced children.
Dr. Andy Drymalski is a Jungian psychologist based in Reno and Carson City, Nevada. He specializes in psychotherapy for depression, grief and loss, life transition issues, personal growth, and Jungian dreamwork. He also runs the blog Jungstop. where he comments on life viewed through a Jungian lens.
Estelle Hoy is a contemporary writer, socially engaged artist, activist and academic based across Berlin and Paris. She is a current Phd candidate in Contemporary Feminist Experimental Literature. Estelle works mostly in text, video and performance, always with a social and political agenda.
A Psychoanalytic Counselor himself, Evangelos Tsempelis has co-founded Stillpoint Spaces and is the director of Stillpoint Spaces Zurich. He grew up in Athens, Greece, but has lived as an expatriate a significant part of his adult life, in different cities in Europe and the United States.
Before he started his training in Jungian analysis, Jakob Lusensky pursued a carreer in the creative industry. But eventually, he found meaning in the exploration of depth psychology and psychoanalysis. He is the co-founder of Stillpoint Spaces and director of the Berlin Laboratory.
As a therapist, Johanne examines the narratives in people, supporting a process of "re-authoring" the identity, including sufficient commitment, hope and resistance to the problems. Johanne works as a Stillpoint Counselor based in Berlin and is hosting a Mothergroup Meetup at the Lab.
Kate Holford is a visual artist and writer and the Front of House Manager of Stillpoint Spaces, London. You can find out more by visiting her website here: http://www.kateholford.com/.
Kenneth E. Kovacs, Ph.D., is pastor of the Catonsville Presbyterian Church, Catonsville, Maryland, and has served congregations in St. Andrews, Scotland, and Mendham, New Jersey. Kenneth studied at Rutgers College, Yale Divinity School, Princeton Theological Seminary, and received his Ph.D. in theology from the University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Scotland. His current research areas include C. G. Jung and contemporary Christian experience.
With a background in critical theory and media science, Leonie today works as a journalist and editor in Berlin. She critically analyses media structures and politics for several publications, with a deep interest in the psychology of contemporary dynamics. She is the editor of Stillpoint's Journal.
Having worked in the corporate world for several years, Liane Preston turned to psychotherapeutic coaching in order to help individuals and collectives realise their potential. As a practicing psychotherapeutic counselor, truth and choice are central to her work. Liane is currently based in the UK.
Nance Harding changed careers at midlife due to a personal crisis. Since 22 years now, she has been working as a counselor in supporting adults during critical change events that challenge their identity and ability to thrive as they age into and beyond midlife, both online and offline.
Ron Jontof-Hutter was born in South Africa to German parents. With a background in performing arts and radio, he works as a Clinical Psychologist in several centers. Ron provides mentoring for the children of aged parents and relationships. Occasionally he tours with his Orchestra.
Sean J. McGrath is a professor of philosophy at Memorial University of Newfoundland. A specialist in the philosophy of religion, the history of ideas, and continental philosophy, McGrath has been researching psychoanalysis for many years, in both a personal and professional capacity. From 2008 to 2012, he was funded by the Humboldt Foundation to research the influence of German Idealism on psychoanalysis. During this time, he enrolled as a training candidate at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich. The culmination of his research was published by Routledge in 2012 under the title The Dark Ground of Spirit: Schelling and the Unconscious. McGrath remains convinced that, in spite of its many flaws, psychoanalysis is a site for the ancient and perennial practice of care for the self.
Silvia Behrend works as a Stillpoint Spaces counselor in the US. She intends to help people recognize and change patterns of thoughts, beliefs and behaviors which no longer serve them. She believes that stories, dreams and images reveal how each individual is aligned to human patterns.