Kairos Film Foundation Board

George Wagner

Emeritus Member

George, together with Suzanne, spearheaded the Film Archive at the Jung Institute which recorded the testimony of individuals who were close to C.G. Jung, colleagues, family members or analysands, sharing their experience of Jung. The result was a vibrant and profound insight into Jung, resulting in a series of 30 videos, including the famous conversations with Marie-Louise von Franz and Sir Laurens van der Post, Matter of Heart and World Within. George was executive director of the institute and its president from 1983 until 1985. Among other important contributions, George was also the organizer of the Panarion conference in the 1970s, which brought together in Los Angeles Marie-Louise von Franz, Edward Edinger and other notable individuals of Jungian Psychology.

In honor of George’s spirit of commitment to Jung and analytical psychology and his passion for films on Jung, the Kairos Film Foundation has established the George Wagner Endowment Fund. The monies donated to this fund will broaden the financial foundation for taking this work out into the world and further George’s lifelong commitment to ensuring access to the foundation's existing films and engendering new film projects on Jungian themes.


Suzanne Wagner, Ph.D.


President Suzanne Wagner, Ph.D. is a Jungian analyst practicing in Sausalito, CA. She was co-director with her husband George Wagner of the Film Archive Project at the Jung Institute of Los Angeles. This project produced the feature documentary Matter of Heart, which was shown in theaters all over the word, another hour-long film, The World Within, which included some of the first images gathered on film from Jung’s Redbook. The final work of the project was the production of the Remembering Jung series which consists of thirty hour-long individual interviews.  All of the films are now available on DVD. Suzanne was certified as a Jungian analyst in 1973 at the C. G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles. Through many years she served on committees, taught in the training program and presented papers in several public programs. In 1993, after moving to Northern California, Suzanne joined the San Francisco Jung Institute and served on various committees in the next years.  She continues to teach in the training program in San Francisco and has presented in public programs on themes of archetypal dreams, the death and rebirth aspects of the great mother archetype, the nature of numinous experience and the emergence of new spiritual values.

Joyce Heyraud, Ph.D.


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Nancy Swift Furlotti, Ph.D.


Vice President Nancy Swift Furlotti, Ph. D. is a Jungian Analyst in private practice in Santa Barbara, CA. She is past president of the Philemon Foundation and the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, where she trained. She is also a member of the C. G. Jung Institute of Colorado and the Interregional Association of Jungian Analysts. She has numerous publications and lectures internationally on Jungian topics, mythology, and the changing collective and the environment. Dr. Swift Furlotti established the Carl Jung Professorial Endowment in Analytical Psychology at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA. She is also on the board of the Foundation for Anthropological Research & Environmental Studies (FARES) and Pacifica Graduate Institute.  

Anne Pickup, LCMFT


Anne Pickup is a licensed psychotherapist in D.C. and Maryland with a Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She received her Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. JungInstitute of Los Angeles.  She is a founding member of the C.G. Jung Study Center of California, past president of the Philadelphia Association of Jungian Analysts, and current president of the Jungian Analysts of the Washington Area.  She is a member of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, and is secretary of the Kairos film project; preserving Jung. Anne has lectured and taught in N.Y., Calif., and D.C. on themes of separation and loss.   She lives in V.A. and has a private practice in D.C..

Barry Miller, Ph.D.

Past President (Jung Institute of Los Angeles)

Barry Miller, Ph.D. is a past president of the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles and is currently on its Board of Directors. He serves as editor and also contributor to the Journal of Analytical Psychology. He has written and lectured on the nature of Eros, Transference, and the evolving meanings manifest through human sexuality. He is on the Board of Directors of KAIROS and Treasurer, CNASJA. He is in private practice in West Hollywood.

Kristine Marie Haugh

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Executive Assistant

Kristine has a BA in Sociology, with an emphasis on Education, from  UCSB. She came to Jungian, Archetypal & Depth Psychology via the works of Marie Louise von Franz and Robert Johnson during Waldorf teacher training 1994-97. She worked at Pacifica Graduate Institute, in the Mythological Studies and Public Programs Departments, from 2006-2011 and assisted with Pacifica's Jung Legacy Tour in 2009, when she traveled to Zurich, Ascona and Kusnacht, Switzerland. She also helped to set up the offices of Opus Archives and Research on Pacifica’s Ladera Lane campus in 2007.  Since leaving Pacifica Graduate Institute Kristine traveled to and then lived in Shiyane/Rorke's Drift, Kwa Zulu Natal in South Africa where she helped set up an After School Arts program for children of extreme poverty with two NGO’s and has been working in administrative positions since her return in 2013. She currently lives, works and plays in Carpinteria, CA.

Associate Board Members

Mark Whitney


Shawn Klein

M.A., LMFT Jungian Analyst serves on the President’s Council and of the C.G. Jung Study Center of Southern California and is faculty for the Analytical Training Program. She serves on the board of the Ventura Chapter of CAMFT, the Executive Board of Santa Barbara Friends of Jung, on the advisory council for Kairos and has a private practice in Thousand Oaks.