Education + Licences/Certifications + Professional Memberships + Professional Positions Held + Publications/Writing + Other Courses + Seminars + Lectures + Presentations

Dr. David J. Dalrymple

Jungian Psychoanalyst, Director, TriState Consultation Services


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Ph.D. in Psychology of Religion, Chicago Theological Seminary, Center

for Theology, Ethics, and the Human Sciences, 2007
Diploma in Analytical Psychology, C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago, 1985
D.Min. in Psychology and Clinical Studies, Andover Newton Seminary, 1976
Master of Divinity, Thomas Starr King School for the Ministry, 1969
B.A. in Philosophy, University of Washington, 1965


Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, State of Illinois since 1999
Licensed Psychoanalyst, State of Vermont since 1998
Nationally Board Certified Psychoanalyst (NAAP) since 1987
Diploma Jungian Psychoanalyst since 1985
Fellow, American Association of Pastoral Counselors, since 2001
Certified Supervisor, American Association of Clinical Pastoral Education, 1977
Certification as Chaplain, College of Chaplains, 1977
Certified Pastoral Counselor/Psychotherapist (#265, AAPC) since 1976
Final Fellowship, Ministerial Fellowship Committee, UUA, 1975
Certified Ordained Unitarian Universalist Minister since 1970

Professional Memberships

International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP)
Chicago Society of Jungian Analysts (CSJA)
National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP)
The American Association of Pastoral Counselors (AAPC) in consolidation with the
Association for Clinical Pastoral Education is now the ACPE Psychotherapy Commission
Unitarian Universalist Ministers’ Association (UUA)

Professional Positions Held

Private Practice of Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, 1981 to present
Director, TriState Consultation Services, 2008 to present
Adjunct Faculty, Religious Studies,, Marshall University, 2008 to present
Affiliate Minister, Charleston UU Congregation of WV, 2008 to present
Executive Director, American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis, 2000-14
Faculty and Training Analyst, C,.G. Jung Institute of Chicago, 1985 to present
Faculty, Kentucky Psychoanalytic Institute, 2005 to 2015

Chair, American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis, (ABAP), Inc., 1996 to 2000

Director, Northwest Illinois Counseling Services, 1977-2008
Instructor, Community and Continuing Education, Rock Valley College, Rockford, IL, 1980-2007
Affiliate Minister and Member, Rockford Unitarian Church, 1977-2008
Chaplain and Clinical Pastoral Education Supervisor, Rockford Memorial Hospital, Rockford IL 1977-81
Pastoral Counselor and Psychotherapist, Acton Pastoral Counseling Center, MA, 1974-77
Minister, First Congregational UU Church of Harvard, MA, 1973-75
Adjunct Faculty in Philosophy, Highline College, WA, 1970-73
Minister, First UU Church of Seattle, Kent, WA, 1970-73


  • The Heretic as Religious Genius: An Archetypal Understanding of Religious Conformity and Dissent (in progress) Regular features on psychoanalytic training and accreditation in the NAAP News and  the ABAP, Inc. Peer Review, 1997-2014
  • Restoring Soul: The Contribution of James Hillman’s Archetypal Psychology to the Study of Religion, Ph. Dissertation, 2007, Chicago Theological School Library
  • Preface for Revised Edition of Marriage: Dead or Alive—Psychological Reflections on an Archetypal Institution, by Adolf Guggenhbuhl-Craig, Woodstock, CT, Spring Publications, 2001
  • Book Review of Psychotherapy and the Sacred by C. Michael Smith, in Shamanic Applications Review: A Journal of Religious Resources in Psychotherapy, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1995
  • Befriending the Soul: An Introduction to Imaginal Psychology, C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago, Publication #521; ISBN 0-7822-0443-0, 1994
  • Book Review of Listen to the Voice Within: A Jungian Approach to Pastoral Care by Christopher Perry, in Mad Parts of Sane People in Analysis, Chiron Clinical Series, 1993
  • The Heretic as Religious Genius: A Reflection on Religious Dissent, University of Notre Dame, 1992, Tape # FAP-3, Sounds True Recording
  • Psychological Development in Men: Marriage and the Problem of Intimacy, 1992, CG Jung Institute Publication #478
  • The Heretic as Religious Genius: A Psychoanalytic Understanding of Religious Conformity and Dissent, Dept. of Pastoral Studies, Loyola University, 1991, CG Jung Institute of Chicago Publication #446
  • Self: The Architecture of Individuation, 1990, CG Jung Institute of Chicago Publication # 443
  • Crucifixion and Resurrection: Images of Death and Rebirth, 1989, CG Jung Institute of Chicago Publication #303
  • “Images of Immortality: Jung and the Archetype of Death and Rebirth,” in Jung’s Challenge to Contemporary Religion, ed. by Murray Stein and Robert L. Moore, Chiron Publications, 1987
  • Caution: Psychological Difficulties May Be Hazardous to Your Bottom Line,” Corporate Health Journal, March, 1986, Vol. 1, No. 3
  • “The Chronic Killing of Christ,” The Orb: A Journal of Practical Theology, Spring, 1973
  • “God Give Us Good Adventure: Toward a Theology of Travel,” The Ark Magazine: A Northwest Journal of Arts and Opinion, Winter, 1972

Other Courses, Seminars, Lectures, Presentations

  • “The Mourning After: Images of Death and Loss in Dreams,” Huntington, WV 2015
  • “Dream Interpretation in Spiritual Development and Healing”, Ph.D Seminar, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1998
  • “Jung and Modern Spiritualities,” CTS, 1998
  • “Befriending the Dream: An Imaginal Approach to Dreamwork,”  Dept. of Psychiatry, Collage of Medicine, University of Wisconsin, 1998
  • “Theory and Practice of Working with Dreams,” Ph.D. Seminar, Dept. of Counseling Psychology, Northern Illinois University, 1993
  • “Recognizing Our Uniqueness: Typology, Imagination, and Spiritual Expression,” CG Jung Institute of Chicago,1998
  • “Introduction to Philosophy,” “Social Ethics,” and “Philosophy of Religion,” Highline College, WA, 1970-73


  • Distinguished National Leadership Award as First Chair then Executive Director, The American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis, Inc., May, 2014
  • Vision Award, National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis, 2002, for "Expertise in Organizational Leadership," New York, NY
  • Feature on “Art and Soul,” Rockford Magazine, p. 100, March 1995
  • Feature on “How To Find Your Creativity,” Rockford Register Star, 1B, January 14, 1989
  • Division Award, Illinois Division of the American Cancer Society for creating the “Cancer Residency for Clergy” Program at Rockford Memorial Hospital, 1979
  • Unit Achievement Award, American Cancer Society, Illinois Division, 1980
  • “Most Accomplished” Award, West Seattle High School, Class of 1961