Sheila Dickman Zarrow, Ph.D., psychologist, is a certified Jungian analyst and cofounder of the C.G. Jung Study Center of Southern California. She is the editor and author of the commentary for Edward Edinger’s Psyche on Stage: Individuation Motifs in Shakespeare and Sophocles and author of “The Royal Road and the Common Artery,” published in Psychological Perspectives. She has published a variety of articles on Shakespeare and Jung and on sandplay as active imagination. She is in private practice in Calabasas, California.