Young-Eisendrath, Ph.D., is an engaging and
imaginative speaker, a Jungian analyst, a
psychologist and an author. An experienced
clinician and teacher, she is Clinical Associate
Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology at
the University of Vermont and Consultant in
Leadership Development at Norwich University.
With a fulltime practice in central Vermont
and a busy speaking schedule, Polly is comfortable
with large or small audiences, and enjoys
consulting with individuals and organizations.
She has published thirteen books that have
been translated into more than twenty languages,
including The Resilient Spirit, Women and
Desire, and The Cambridge Companion to Jung.
She is available for presentations for the
general public, media, parent groups, and
professionals in education or mental health,
as well as for workshops and consultations.
you’re troubled by the self-esteem trap
at home, at work, or in counseling or teaching
kids, don’t hesitate to get in touch
with Polly for a speaking or consulting event.