The Future of Jungian Analysis: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats (“SWOT”)’ by Andrew Samuels

Dear Friends, Colleagues, Students and Trainees,

This communication concerns the SAP Annual Lecture on Saturday March 25th at 9-30am. The title of the Lecture that I have been asked to give is ‘The Future of Jungian Analysis: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats (“SWOT”)’.

Details including how to book may be found via this link:


More important than my delivery of this Lecture will be the Response to be given by Professor Toshio Kawai who has, as many will know, been elected as President-Elect of IAAP at the Congress in Kyoto last year. Because of Toshio’s eminence, and also the fact that he is perhaps not that well-known as yet in the UK, I proposed to the SAP that he be given equal time for his Response as I have for the Lecture. This has been accepted by both SAP and Toshio.

The subject matter and Toshio’s presence make the SAP Annual Lecture all the more significant.

Thanks in anticipation for the forwarding of this e-mail to interested parties.

Best wishes, Andrew

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