Advancing skill and scholarship since 1969
Our Psychoanalytic Library is the only research and reference center on psychoanalytic theory and technique in the Rocky Mountain area – a valuable resource for faculty, candidates/students and mental health professionals.
The library was established in1994 when Dr. Herbert Gaskill's office was turned into a library after his passing. Books donated from Herbert Gaskil, Gretl Hitchman, Herb Kritzer and Joan Fleming were the first 400 to line the shelves and has continued to grow over the years. We now have a substantial collection of books on psychoanalysis and psychodynamic psychotherapy which make up the Library’s collection.
Library from 2018
The library is available by reservation only for browsing, pickup and drop-off due to shared space for classes and meetings as well as a hybrid office staff.
Due to the recent move, not all of the book collection is available. What is listed on the website are the ONLY books available at this time.
Please call/email in advance to make sure the library will be open when you are planning to stop by and to arrange pickup of hold items or drop-off of loaned materials.
How to Use the Library
Lending privileges are available for all current (dues/tuition paying):
Both Members & Non-Members
The library reserves the right to revoke library access and borrowing.
Due to space limitations, we are selling used books from our collection
click here to view the book sale
Thank you to all those that purchase used books from us.
Proceeds from the book sale help keep our library up-to-date and relevant and allow us to continue work on the Archive project.