Adolf Guggenbühl-Craig (1923 – 2008) was a Jungian analyst, lecturer and author. He received his training in psychiatry and psychotherapy in the United States and studied at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zürich.
In addition to his work as a psychotherapist, Guggenbühl-Craig was a training analyst and teacher at the Jung Institute in Zürich. He was the President of the Curatorium of the Jung Institute for over a decade, President of the Swiss society of Analytical Psychology, and served as President of the International Association of Analytical Psychology (IAAP).
Along with his many articles and lectures, several of Dr. Guggenbühl-Craig’s books are considered classics in the field, including Power in the Helping Professions, Marriage – Dead or Alive, and Eros on Crutches. See the Adolf Guggenbühl-Craig bibliography for a list of his works.