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The Fellows

    The Honorary Fellows

    Once in a while the Guild appoints individuals as Honorary Fellows. Fellowship is offered to those who have made a significant contribution to the field of psychology and spirituality or who have provided outstanding service to the Guild.

    The Guild’s tradition of Honorary Fellows dates back to 1939 – the same year that Jung became Patron of the Guild – when the first Honorary Fellows, Prof Gote Bergsten of Sweden, Dr E Graham Howe and Dr W J Pinard, were appointed.

    The Fellows play an active part in the life of the Guild. They are, as it were, its “elders”, who support the Trustees in nurturing the Guild’s heart and mind. Their experience and wisdom provide a valuable resource to all involved in the Guild.

    Current Fellows

    Diana Grace-Jones

    Revd Michael Anderton

    Rabbi David Freeman

    Mary Jo Radcliffe

    Sheila Willson

    List of Guild Fellows by year of appointment

    1939
    Prof Gote Bergsten (Sweden)
    Dr E Graham Howe
    Dr W J Pinard
    1947
    Prof L W Grensted
    1953
    Revd Frank Jeayes
    1962
    Baroness Vera von der Heydt
    1969
    Dr Robert Hobson
    1972
    Revd David Cox
    1982
    Dr William Kraemer
    1983
    Fr Christopher Bryant
    1989
    Dr Alexander Duddington
    Molly Tuby
    1997
    Diana Grace-Jones
    Revd Michael Anderton
    2007
    Rae Michaelis
    Ean Begg
    2011
    Rabbi David Freeman
    Mary Jo Radcliffe
    Oonagh Ribet
    Sheila Willson
    2016
    Judith Keyston