read Modern Languages
at Oxford and, after a varied career as headmaster,
Wine Merchant, Dominican friar and Chief Hotel and
Restaurant Inspector for the AA, he studied at the
C.G.Jung Institute, Zurich, where he gained the
Diploma in Analytical Psychology His thesis was on
“The Lord of the Rings”.
His first book,
“Myth and Today’s Consciousness” showed Wotan and
Lilith on the cover. His second, “The Cult of the
Black Virgin”, has been translated into four
languages and has had several editions.
“On the Trail of
Merlin” and “In Search of the Holy Grail and the
Precious Blood” were co-authored with his wife,
He’s done a great
deal of lecturing and broadcasting at home and
abroad, notably the 6-part BBC2 TV series “Is There
Something After Death?” and the BBC C.G.Jung
Centenary programme, both of which he compiled and
He chaired “The
Guild of Pastoral Psychology” and “The C.G.Jung
Analytical Psychology Club” (twice) and was the
first Convenor of the Independent Group of
Analytical Psychologists. He was also a founding
member of “The Convivium for Archetypal Psychology”
and “C.G.Jung Seminars Scotland”.
include comparative religion, Gnosis (ancient and
modern) and Norse mythology.
He is a member of
UKCP, IAAP and IGAP and is in private practice in
London, Battersea. He can also analyse in French and
Ean is available
for sessions in person and/or on the telephone.
He can be
contacted on 00 44 (0)207 801 0310.