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This referral list is comprised of therapists who have an affiliation with the Jung Center. If you do not wish to apply for services through the Jung Center, you may contact any of these therapists directly to inquire about availability at their private practice.

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John C. Knapp

Work Phone: 847-906-4303 Website:
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Office Location: North Chicago, Wilmette

Insurance: Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Specialties: Dream analysis, Trauma, Post-Jungian Psychology

John Knapp is a licensed psychologist who received his doctorate in clinical psychology with an emphasis in depth psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Carpinteria, California. There, he received training in psychodynamic, Jungian, and phenomenological treatment modalities. He practiced in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for 8 years where he worked in residential, partial hospitalization, and private practice settings before moving to Illinois.

John has lectured internationally on topics related to psychology and the Holocaust, and he continues to pursue research interests related to the psychological significance of the Holocaust and the nuclear bomb. He has a particular expertise and interest in psychodynamic Jungian and post-Jungian therapy and analysis, i.e., the works of Carl Jung, James Hillman, and Wolfgang Giegerich, as well as a thoughtful and comprehensive approach to exploring one’s dream life. His newest interest is in philosophical dialectics as it is applied to psychology. John is also the co-editor of the forthcoming book entitled, Psychology as the Discipline of Interiority: ‘The Psychological Difference’ in the Work of Wolfgang Giegerich. He enjoys tennis, fishing, traveling, and glassblowing outside of his passion as a psychotherapist.

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