Dylan Hoffman, Adjunct Faculty of Jung Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA joins Robert Christiansen and Devon Wayt in a great interview about Jungian theories and how they give us guidance in our lives.
“Nothing is random or meaningless in Jung’s world.” – Dylan Hoffman.
Dylan is adjunct faculty in the Jungian and Archetypal Studies (DJA) specialization of the Depth Psychology M.A./ Ph.D. program. He studied philosophy as an undergraduate, furthering his liberal arts education at Georgetown University. He completed a masters degree in psychology at Adelphi University, and graduated in 2016 from the Jungian and Archetypal Studies Ph.D. program at Pacifica Graduate Institute—successfully defending his dissertation, Jung and Plotinus: The Shadow of Metaphysics, the Metaphysics of Shadow. His research interests focus on the philosophical foundations of the work of C. G. Jung; the intersection of Jungian Psychology, Tantra, and other Indian philosophies and spiritual traditions; and the extension/furthering of C. G. Jung’s work in Transpersonal Psychology and Cosmology. He has published, “Becoming Beautiful: The Aesthetics of Individuation” in Psychological Perspectives: A Quarterly Journal of Jungian Thought. He currently teaches DJA800—Archetypes: Universal Patterns of the Psyche.