Creative Suffering and the Wounded Healer

Creative Suffering and the Wounded Healer is aimed at professional therapists and all readers who make mental health and well-being – their own and that of others – a personal goal.  It discusses the philosophical and psychological foundations of a therapeutic approach which is not based on any ideological ‘school’ of thought, but instead suggests […]

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Forthcoming conference from the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies:

Please see the attached poster for our forthcoming conference from the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies: Why the Mainstream Needs its Margins: The Function of the Marginalised in Psyche and Society Could a centre exist without its margins? What do we project onto the margins? What is the nature of moral panic? This one-day conference brings

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The Synchro Summit: How Synchronicity Reveals Life’s Meaning in Ways Science Can’t Yet Understand.

October 16, Yale Divinity School, 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. The Synchro Summit: How Synchronicity Reveals Life’s Meaning in Ways Science Can’t Yet Understand. Authors and scholars from North America and the UK will discuss the nature, significance, and possible explanations for the phenomenon of synchronicity—improbable coincidence perceived as meaningful—considering methodologies for its scientific study

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New Discussion List Topic "Issues in Jungian Psychology." Presented by David Tacy

Dear Colleagues, I am pleased to announce, on behalf of the Executive Committee of the IAJS, a new series for our discussion list, “Issues in Jungian Psychology.”  We have invited a series of distinguished thinkers and authors to present papers for discussion and analysis.  The papers are specifically focused on cutting edge or unresolved issues

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IAJS Discussion List Rules

Dear Colleagues, First, let me thank all of you for your excellent contributions to the discussion list. For me, the discussion list represents the ongoing life of the IAJS, keeping us connected with our colleagues and engaged with important issues in Jungian psychology. We on the Executive Committee are always thinking of ways to promote

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IAJS Discussion List Rules

Dear Colleagues, First, let me thank all of you for your excellent contributions to the discussion list. For me, the discussion list represents the ongoing life of the IAJS, keeping us connected with our colleagues and engaged with important issues in Jungian psychology. We on the Executive Committee are always thinking of ways to promote

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IAJS Wales Conference

Call for papers (JSSS) "Engaging with, Applying, Reflecting on – Symbols of Transformation."

Call for papers for the 2011 conference of the Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies at Cornell University, August 3-6, 2011. The conference theme will be “Engaging with, Applying, Reflecting on – Symbols of Transformation.” Download the call for papers here. If you have any questions about the call or the conference, please contact the co-chairs

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Selected chapters from books by or contributed to by members.

Selected chapters from books by or contributed to by members. “Colonising the Heart: shame and the regulatory project” by David Henderson – Chapter One of The Future of Psychanalytic Psychotherapy, King & Randall (Editors), London: Whurr Publications 2003 “On The Day That Caetano Invited A Man To Go Up Stage” by Marcus Quintaes – Published

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Journal Articles

Asia Pacific Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy – Using myths, legends and fairy tales in counselling: Archetypal motifs underlying the mother complex. Mark Greene a Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Counselling and Psychology, Hong Kong, Hong Kong. Online publication date: 13 February 2011  Download the abstract here     Dr. Stephen Diamond is a clinical

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