Bibliographies are provided for informational purposes about the extent of a scholar’s work, and presence on this list does not equate to availability in the Archives. Consult the Archives for any published titles or related manuscripts that may be accessible in the collection.
The Owl Was a Baker’s Daughter: Obesity, Anorexia Nervosa, and the Repressed Feminine. Toronto: Inner City Books, 1980.
Addiction to Perfection: The Still Unravished Bride. Toronto: Inner City Books, 1982.
The Pregnant Virgin: A Process of Psychological Transformation. Toronto: Inner City Books, 1985.
The Ravaged Bridegroom: Masculinity in Women. Toronto: Inner City Books, 1990.
Leaving My Father’s House: A Journey to Conscious Femininity. Co-authored with Kate Danson, Mary Hamilton, Rita Greer Allen. Boston: Shambhala Publications, 1992.
Conscious Femininity: Interviews with Marion Woodman. Toronto: Inner City Books, 1993.
Dancing in the Flames: The Dark Goddess in the Transformation of Consciousness. Co-authored with Elinor Dickson. Boston: Shambhala Publications, 1996.
Coming Home to Myself: Daily Reflections for a Woman’s Body and Soul. Co-authored with Jill Mellick. Berkeley, CA: Conari Press, 1998.
The Maiden King: The Reunion of Masculine and Feminine. Co-authored with Robert Bly. New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1998.
Bone: Dying into Life. New York: Viking Press, 2000.
“Body and psyche: An informal reading list.” With Greene, A., & Chodorow, J. Quadrant, (1984) 17(2), 49–51.
“Psyche/soma Awareness.” Quadrant, 17(2), (1984) 25–37.
“Transference and Countertransference in Analysis Dealing with Eating Disorders.” Chiron (1984), 53-66.
“Abandonment in the Creative Woman.” Chiron (1985), 23-46.
“Birth – I Am.” Pre- and Perinatal Psychology (1987), 209-216.
“Worshipping Illusions.” Parabola, 12 (2), (1987) 56–67.
“The Role of the Feminine in the New Era.” Journal of Bahá’í Studies, 2, (1989) 59–65.
“Stepping Over the Threshold: Into the `Black Hole’ at the Center of Self.” Noetic Sciences Review, (1993) (28), 10.
“William Blake and the Creative Matrix.” Noetic Sciences Review, (1993), (28), 13.
“The Eye that Cannot See.” Spring, 72, (2005) 31–42.
“Honouring the Body.” Counselling Psychology Quarterly, (2008) 21(2), 119–121.
“Emily Dickinson and the Daimon Lover.” Spring, 70, (2009) 39–56.
“Chrysalis: the Psychology of Transformation.” Lecture. C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago, 1984.
“The Battered Grail.” Presented at Journey into Wholeness Conference, St. Simons Island, GA. Atlanta: Mobil Media, 1987.
“The Soul in Exile.” Lecture. Conference – Civilization in Transition: Jung’s Challenge to Culture in Crisis. C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago, 1987.
“Dreams as Symptom.” Lecture and dialogue with Robert Johnson. Human Relations Institute Conference – Feelings, 1988. Available at Pacifica Graduate Institute Library.
“Conscious Femininity.” Lecture. Association for Humanistic Psychology Conference – Multiple Realities, 1988. Conference Recording Services.
“Femininity.” Lecture and dialogue with Robert Johnson. Pacifica Graduate Institute Conference, 1989. Available at Pacifica Graduate Institute Library.
“Masculinity.” Lecture and dialogue with Robert Johnson. Pacifica Graduate Institute Conference, 1990. Available at Pacifica Graduate Institute Library.
“The first annual conference on creativity and renewal.” Ontario, Canada: The Applewood Centre and The C. G. Jung Foundation, 1989.
“Rolling Away the Stone.” Marion Woodman Foundation, 1990.
“Chaos or Creativity?” Oral Tradition Archives, 1991.
“Sitting by the Well.” Marion Woodman Foundation, 1991.
“Holding the Tension of the Opposites.” Marion Woodman Foundation, 1991.
“The Divine Child.” Lecture with Robert Bly. Audio Literature, 1991.
“Dreams: Language of the Soul.” Marion Woodman Foundation, 1991.
“Facing the Male and the Female Shadow.” Lecture with Robert Bly. Pacifica Graduate Institute Conference – Tending the World. October 12-13, 1991. Available at Pacifica Graduate Institute Library.
“The third annual conference on creativity and renewal.” Ontario, Canada: Sounds True, 1991
“King Lear as Image in Eldering.” Lecture. Omega Institute Conference – Conscious Aging: a Creative and Spiritual Journey. Sounds True, 1992.
“Symbolic Healing and Addictions.” Lecture. Pacifica Graduate Institute, 1992. Available at Pacifica Graduate Institute Library.
“Emily Dickinson and the Demon Lover.” Marion Woodman Foundation, 1993.
“The Stillness Shall be the Dancing: Feminine and Masculine in Emerging Balance.” Lecture. Texas A&M University, 1994. Available at Pacifica Graduate Institute Library.
“Underworld journey: Exploring voice and relationships in the feminine with Marion Woodman and Carol Gilligan.” Rhinebeck, NY: Omega, 1995.
“Addiction and the Dissatisfied Soul: Recovery at the crossroads of medical science, psychology, and the twelve steps.” Lecture. Pacifica Graduate Institute Conference at UCLA November 11-12, 1995. Available at Pacifica Graduate Institute Library.
“Every Inch a Queen.” Lecture. Conference – Cancer as a Turning Point: From Surviving to Thriving. Sounds True, 2000.
“The Crown of Age.” Sounds True, 2002.
“The Earth is my witness: Touching the Earth in body, soul and spirit.” San Francisco: Marion Woodman Foundation, 2006.
“Virgin and Puer.” Lecture. Pacifica Graduate Institute, 2007. Available at Pacifica Graduate Institute Library.
“Bly and Woodman on Men & Women”. Conference. 6 tapes. Filmed on location at Sir James Whitney School, Belleville, Ontario, 1992. Available at Pacifica Graduate Institute Library.
“The Feminine: Ground of Being: Interview with Marion Woodman.” Rochester, S., & Woodman, M. AHP Newsletter, (1983) 15–17. https://doi.org/10.1037/e511802011-004
“An Interview with Marion Woodman.” Peay, P. S. The San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal, (1992) 11(1), 5–23. https://doi.org/10.1525/jung.1.1918.104.22.168
“An Interview with Marion Woodman.” The Round Table Review, (1995) 2(5).
“Robert Bly and Marion Woodman.” Radio Interview. Silverblatt, M. Bookworm. KCRW, 1998.
“Embracing the Irrational: An Interview with Marion Woodman.” Woodman, M., & Llosa Patty de. Parabola, (2006) 31(1), 48–53.
“Men are from earth and so are women: On the inner marriage of the true masculine and the true feminine.” Kullander, J., & Woodman, M. The Sun Magazine, (2006) issue 368, 4-13. Available online: http://thesunmagazine.org/
“To Cross the Great Water: A Conversation with Marion Woodman.” Mellick, J., & Woodman, M. The San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal, (2006) 25(2), 66–89.
“Confronting Death Mother: An Interview with Marion Woodman.” Sieff, D., & Woodman, M. Spring, (2009) 81, 177–199.