KYLE LEE WILLIAMS, MA, LMHC
Lectures and Publications
- I have lectured at the C. G. Jung Societies in the U.S. and Canada, and the International Association for Jungian Studies (IAJS)
- My poetry and scholarly essays have been published in Lapis Magazine, Psychological Perspectives, and elsewhere.
- I am the author of three volumes:
- Cycles of Belonging: Essays in the Experience of Analytical Psychology
- Jungian Psychology & Eastern Religions
- Dreams & Projection Phenomena: Everyday Psychodynamics in Mental Health Counseling
I am a National Board Certified Clinical Counselor. I currently serve on the Board of the Washington Mental Health Counselor's Association and am a former President of the C. G. Jung Society Seattle, and former Council Member at Large of the Seattle based Jungian Psychotherapists’ Association.
Education & Professional Experience
- BA in Religion from Hunter College
- MAs in Counseling from Seattle University and Liberal Arts from the State University of New York, Albany
My theoretical foundation is analytical psychology based on the work of Swiss psychiatrist and pioneer in psychotherapy, C.G. Jung. Psychodynamic therapy includes working with the symbols and archetypal images from the unconscious found in our dreams, religions, and mythologies, as well as in everyday life, the arts, and pop culture. These images arise from the deepest dimensions of the individual and are a powerful vehicle for growth and transformation of the personality.
- Graduate studies in Eastern Religions, (ABD) University of Manitoba, Canada
- Adjunct Professor at Hunter College and Marymount Loyola, (New York City) and Antioch University, (Seattle).
- Oncology therapist, Gilda's Club, (Seattle)
My office is located in downtown Spokane, WA.