Jerry R. Wright, D.Min., is a Jungian psychoanalyst, teacher, and writer in Flat Rock, North Carolina. An experienced conference and retreat leader, he also leads pilgrimages to sacred sites around the world.
“Religion and spirituality are too important to leave to theologians and religious professionals. Religion and spirituality require the contributions of depth psychologists, scientists, anthropologists, sociologists, artists, business men and women, and, yes, even politicians. Self-identified atheists are also making vital contributions. If the natural, material world is truly home to the divine, all perspectives on the mysteries must be honored.”
Jerry is the author of A Mystical Path Less Traveled: A Jungian Psychological Perspective (Chiron, 2021), and Reimagining God and Religion: Essays for the Psychologically Minded (Chiron, 2018). His primary professional passion includes the application of the insights of Jungian psychology to all human endeavors, including religion and spirituality, politics, and the care of the Earth.
Teacher and Pilgrimage Leader
Dr. Jerry Wright is available for teaching at conferences, retreats, workshops, and local Jung Societies on a variety of topics and themes related to the integration of Jungian Psychology and religion/spirituality.
He has led pilgrimages to such sites as Iona, Scotland; Ireland; India; Peru and Machu Picchu; Vietnam; Cambodia; Thailand; and Laos.