BiographyAndrew Fellows, PhD, is a classical Jungian Analyst (www.andrewfellows.ch) with private practices in Bern and Zürich, Program Director and Training Analyst at ISAP Zurich, an independent researcher and author, and a deep ecologist. He holds a Doctorate in Applied Physics (Dunelm), and enjoyed two decades of international professional engagement with renewable energy, sustainable development and environmental policy before moving from the U.K. to Switzerland in 2001.
His special interests include the anima mundi, the mid-life transition, and the synergy of Jungian Psychology with the new sciences, notably systems dynamics, Gaia theory, the Pauli-Jung conjecture, Bohm’s implicate order, and theories of nonlocal mind in order to understand and address global collective and environmental problems. He has presented his evolving ideas since 2007 at international conferences in Europe, Japan and the U.S., in addition to teaching at ISAP Zurich.
His first book, Gaia, Psyche and Deep Ecology: Navigating Climate Change in the Anthropocene (Routledge, 2019) was a joint winner of the Scientific & Medical Network 2019 Book Prize. Occasional updates and recommended references are available at the companion website www.irreducible.world.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Current: Analytical (Jungian) psychology, post-physicalist science and philosophy (especially dual-aspect monism), Gaia theory and Earth systems science, the Anthropocene (especially global heating) and deep ecology.
Past: Applied physics, renewable (especially wind) energy, environmental policy and sustainable development.
Nature, mountains and music, and he lives over three thousand feet above sea level in rural Switzerland without a car.
Published: Mar 03, 2017
ISAP ZURICH gathers people from more than 25 countries under the same roof. Different nationalities, professional backgrounds and religions come together to study and learn Jungian psychology and its healing approach to the soul. This project, "People from ISAP", attempts to share with the viewer this diversity. These six films are part of Blue Salamandra Films (www.bluesalamandra.com) and were created by Luis Moris and Franck Guillemain.