Dr. Evers-Fahey is a Zurich trained Jungian analyst with over 30 years experience in individual psychotherapy and Jungian analytical practice. She is a training analyst with the international program of the CG Jung Institute Zurich. She taught analytical psychology and was a training and supervisory analyst in Zurich at ISAP as well as the Jung Institute Zurich for 10 years before returning to her native Canada in 2007 to continue her analytical practice and teaching/ training activities here in Victoria.
In addition, Dr. Evers-Fahey was a Mental Health Nurse Practitioner in the US (MSN 1982, Yale University) and is an associate teaching professor at the University of Victoria School of Nursing. She received her PhD in 2004 from the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex, UK.
Dr. Evers-Fahey is also a registered clinical counselor with the BC Association of Clinical Counselors
Dr. Evers-Fahey has been invited to lecture at conferences in Europe, Japan, and Canada on a number of topics including:
Matriarchal and Patriarchal Forms of Healing
Jung and Life-Stage Development
Theories of Depression: Jung and Freud Compared
The Labyrinth Way of Initiation and Individuation
Individuation in Alchemy
Analytical Treatment of Personality Disorders
The Mater Dolorosa: The Nature of Suffering
Individuation and the Second Half of Life
Evers-Fahey, K. (2016). Towards A Jungian Theory of The Ego. Routledge: London.
Evers-Fahey, K. (2018). “Individuation After 70” in Kyoto 2016 - Anima Mundi in Transition: Cultural, Clinical & Professional Challenges. Daimon Verlag: Zurich.