Pamela Behnen, MA, MAPC, LPC, IAAP
Pamela Behnen, MA, MAPC, LPC, IAAP is a Jungian Analyst in living and practicing in St. Louis city. “Jungian analysis is the work of soul building, attending to the inner life — a gentle process of understanding and disassembling old ways of being and building a new sense of wholeness which includes creativity, spirituality, and relatedness as part of becoming who you most truly are.”
Prior to her psychological studies, Pamela was an RN, a freelance writer, and an instructor of writing and literature, with an MA in English Renaissance Literature focusing on Shakespeare.
Pamela is a founding member of the Heartland Association of Jungian Analysts and a member of the training faculty of the Memphis-Atlanta Jungian Seminar (MAJS) where she is beginning a term as Seminar Co-ordinator.
She is interested in the interaction of literature and analytic psychology as well as social justice and analytic psychology. She frequently speaks and lectures on these topics, as well as the creative instinct. She also speaks and teaches on the mythology of the bullfight, and the feminine hero’s journey exemplified by a woman bullfighter.
Pamela is available to supervise PLPC’s in the state of Missouri, particularly those who seek to include Jungian psychology in their supervisory experience.
Contact Pamela Behnen
St. Louis City, Tower Grove South
Phone: (314) 238-8039