Julie Sgarzi on Gilda Frantz
“Agelessness is the ability to live with passion until the moment we die.” Dr. Julie Sgarzi tells us about Gilda Frantz, an 87-year old Jungian therapist who still sees patients and has just published her first book. Dr. Frantz turned to Jung’s insights and imagery in the face of immense losses in the middle of her life. The creative psychological work provided her a lifeline and she has extended that help to others for decades as a beloved and deeply respected scholar and clinician, with a few beautiful tips for us younger folk.
Director: Julie Hébert
DP: Ellie Ann Fenton
Editors: Farrel Levy & Franzis Muller
Producer/Sound: Courtney Graham
Co-Producer: Jill Klein
PUBLIC POLICY CONSULTANT / MENTOR / LECTURER
Julie has a background in strategic planning, business development and marketing, and currently mentors mid-career professionals. She also lectures on contemporary issues from a Jungian perspective.
Dr. Gilda Frantz is an esteemed Jungian Analyst who continues to practice into her late 80’s. She serves as Co-Editor-in-Chief of Psychological Perspectives and recently published her first book, Sea Glass.
Photos of Gilda Frantz from www.gildafrantz.com. Book: “Sea Glass: A Jungian Analyst’s Exploration of Suffering and Individuation” by Gilda Frantz (Fisher King Press).