YOUNG-EISENDRATH, Polly. American, b. 1947. Genres: Psychology. Career: New York Bell Telephone, Personnel Assessment Ctr, NYC, research asst, 1966, special asst, 1967; Richardson Foundation, Greensboro, NC, coordinator of internship program for NC Fellows Program, 1969-70; Guilford Technical Institute & Community College, Jamestown, NC, instructor in English and social sciences, 1970-73; Goddard Graduate Program, Washington, DC, asst regional director, 1974-75; Lindenwood Colleges, St. Louis, MO, instructor, 1975-76, associate director of Lindenwood 4, 1975- 76, national program coordinator for College for Individualized Education, 1976-77, administrator of Master's Program in Art Therapy and Counseling Psychology, 1977-78; Washington University, St. Louis, instructor in counseling and social work and supervisor of Counseling Program at George Warren Brown School of Social Work, 1978-79; Bryn Mawr College, PA, assistant professor of social work & social research, 1980-86, visiting lecturer in human development, 1986-89; Clinical Associates West, chief psychologist, Jungian analyst, and president, 1986-94; Institute for Dialogue Therapy in Philadelphia and Burlington, VT, independent practice of psychology, Jungian analysis, Dialogue Therapy, 1994-. Public speaker. Institute of Pennsylvania Hospital, research psychologist, 1989-95. Publications: Hags and Heroes, 1984; (ed. with J. Hall) The Book of the Self, 1987; (with R. Wiedemann) Female Authority, 1987; (with J. Hall) Jung's Self Psychology, 1991; You're Not What I Expected, 1993; The Gifts of Suffering, 1996; The Cambridge Companion to Jung, 1997; Gender and Desire, 1997; Women & Desire, 1999; (with M. Miller) The Psychology of Mature Spirituality, 2000; (with S. Muramoto) Awakening & Insight, 2002; Subject to Change, 2004. Works appear in anthologies. Contributor of articles and reviews to journals in the behavioral sciences. Address: 195 Calais Rd, Worcester, VT 05682- 9799, U.S.A.