The following is a list of books, chapters and articles written by Ruth Williams:

C. G. Jung: The Basics was published by Routledge in 2019 and has been favourably reviewed in a number of professional journals. It can be purchased on Amazon here.

It has been chosen by Routledge to be the first Jungian title to be released as an audiobook, available on Amazon here.

The book may be bought at a discount by following the links on the flyer you will find here.

For a blog post about the publication of C.G. Jung: The Basics see here.

Ruth’s paper given at the triennial Congress of the International Association for Analytical Psychology in Vienna in 2019 has recently been published in an eBook of the Congress proceedings.

Ruth has contributed one chapter, “Our Connection with Animals and the Universe: Psychology, Symbols, Spirituality and the New Physics”, to Depth Psychology and Climate Change: The Green Book, ed. Dale Mathers (Routledge, 2020). The book is available from Routledge here and on Amazon here.

Ruth contributed various entries in The Encyclopaedia of Psychology & Religion (Eds. D. A. Leeming, K. Madden, S. Marlan) (New York: Springer, 2009).

The chapter on “Analytical Psychology” in The Sage Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy (Ed. Feltham and Horton) (London: Sage, 2012) (updated edition forthcoming).

A chapter on “Atonement” in Alchemy and Psychotherapy: Post-Jungian Perspectives (Ed. Mathers) (London and New York: Routledge, 2014) (now translated into Russian).

Ruth edited a feature in the UK Council for Psychotherapy’s journal, The Psychotherapist, in Summer 2011 (Issue 48) containing a selection of articles which give a general overview of contemporary Jungian Analysis. See PDF.

Ruth’s Masters dissertation has been published in slightly abridged form in the Association of Jungian Analysts’ 40th Anniversary Festschrift (2017) (available from

Ruth edited the proceedings of a conference on “Jungian Analysis and Humanistic Psychotherapy: Critical Connections – Past, Present and Future” (Self & Society Vol.43 Issue 3: Routledge, 2015).

To hear the talks see

The following Open Letter published in the British Journal of Psychotherapy in October 2018 expresses the concerns of a number of Jungians – analysts, clinicians and academics – about the Jungian field’s collective responsibility to respond to critiques of the overt and implicit racial biases within Jung’s work, and its implications for the work today. The signatories to this letter hope that its circulation and inclusion on websites will signal their continuing commitment to an open exploration of these matters. The letter may be found here.

Ruth is currently working on a second full-length book, about spirituality.