Lindsay Rogan-Gilligan, a Jungian psychotherapist in Washington for about eight years and a Columbia resident, died Oct. 21 of cancer at the Stella Maris Hospice.
Mrs. Rogan-Gilligan, who was 47 and lived on Currycomb Court, was a former president of the Washington Society for Jungian Psychology.
A native of Glendale, Ohio, the former Lindsay Rogan was raised in Charlottesville, Va. She was a graduate of the Masters School in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., Pine Manor College in Chestnut Hill, Mass., and the Katherine Gibbs Secretarial School in New York City.
She also earned bachelor's and master's degrees in psychology at the University of Maryland at College Park, and privately studied Jungian psychology, which follows the theories of Carl Gustav Jung, Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist.
As a young woman, she had worked as a volunteer with the Frontier Nursing program in Kentucky.
While living in Charlottesville, she had ridden with the Farmington Hunt Club, and she continued to ride in Howard County.
She is survived by her husband, Raymond J. Gilligan; a son, John Rogan Ancona, and a daughter, Carolyn Pryce Ancona, both of Columbia; her stepmother, Felicia Warburg Rogan of Charlottesville; two sisters, Rosemary Thompson of Carmel Valley, Calif., and Margo Benton of Darien, Conn.; and a brother, Roger Rogan of Charlottesville.
Services were private.