Rev Dr ‘Iolana holds a PhD in Literature, Theology and the Arts from the University of Glasgow where she examined the significance of Jungian and post-Jungian theory to the development of the Western Goddess Movement. An ordained Pagan Minister and Interfaith advocate, she is fascinated with personal experiences and approaches them from a psychodynamic perspective called Depth Thealogy—which combines Goddess Thealogy with post-Jungian analytical psychology. Her publications include: Spaces of Spirituality and Feminine States of Consciousness (2017); Goddess 2.0: A New Path Forward and She Rises! Volume 2 (2016); Testing the Boundaries: Self, Faith, Interpretation and Changing Trends in Religious Studies (2011); and Goddess Thealogy: An International Journal for the Study of the Divine Feminine 1(1) (2011). She can be found on the internet through her website, on Instagram @PaganMinister, Academia.edu, LinkedIn, Facebook, and blog talk radio: Jung and Goddess.