Confederation for Analytical Psychology
The only chance to hear Roger Brooke in London
(The conference is offered as the 7th biennial Andrew Samuels Lecture. Andrew was the founder chair of CAP which is an Organisational Member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy.)
Saturday 13th February 2016
2 pm – 6 pm (registration 1.30 am)
CAP members: £35
Resource for London
Early bird to 31st Dec 2015: £35
356 Holloway Road, London N7 5PA
(formerly LVSRC – next to Waitrose)
Booking form below Full price: £50
Part 1: Jung and phenomenology revisited
Roger Brooke’s book Jung and Phenomenology was ground-breaking and in the first part of the afternoon he will present his current thinking on the topic. This is a typical review from the time of its original publication in 1991: ‘This book is, quite simply, a brilliant and original phenomenological reading of Jungian psychology’ (Christopher Aanstoos in The Humanistic Psychologist).
(Discussant: Mark Saban)
Part 2: The warrior’s return: combat experience and the requirements for homecoming
In the second part of the afternoon, Roger will present his acclaimed new work on the archetypal, civic, ethical and social aspects of working with combat veterans on their return home.
Roger Brooke, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology at Duquesne University, where is also Director of the Military Psychological Services. From 1994-2007 he was Director of Clinical Training at Duquesne. His formative professional years were in South Africa in the 1980s, where he was on faculty at Rhodes University, Grahamstown, and worked with the victims on violence on both sides of the political conflict at the time. He is author of Jung and phenomenology, recently republished as a Classic Edition (Routledge 2015) and was contributing editor of Pathways into the Jungian world (Routledge 1999). He and his oldest son were paratroopers. Home page: rogerbrookephd.com
Mark Saban is a Senior Analyst with the Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists, and practices in Oxford and London. Recent papers include ‘Another serious misunderstanding: Jung, Giegerich and a premature requiem’, Journal of Analytical Psychology 60, 1, 2015. He also lectures on Jungian psychology at the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex.
The conference will be of interest to all working or studying in the fields of Jungian analysis, Jungian studies, psychoanalysis, counselling, psychology, and politics.