Events

Finding a Cultural Zeitgeist Between Bordered and Borderless Worlds

Presented by Sulagna Sengupta 8am-10am PST, 28th July 2024 Please join us for the upcoming IAJS Online Zoom seminar with Sulagna Sengupta presenting: Finding a Cultural Zeitgeist Between Bordered and Borderless Worlds July 28, 2024, with Sulagna Sengupta 1.5-hour Zoom beginning at 8 am PST. Moderated by Gustavo Beck To find your local time, click here -à World Time […]

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Creative Process and Personal Aesthetic: Developing a Symbolic Tool Kit

Explore the nature of your personal aesthetic and the role it plays in your own creative process. Your aesthetic determines the shape, colour, dimension, and tone of experience and determines the form the creative process will take: what colour a certain shape will become, what quality of line will hold a particular movement, what gesture

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The Use and Abuse of Power in Therapy with Valerie Sinason and Dr Fanny Brewster

The power imbalance between the therapist and client/patient is an ever present factor in psychotherapy. Valerie Sinason draws on many years of experience of working with people whose lives have been profoundly injured by the abuse of power by others, and considers the healing power of truth, understanding and attachment within the therapy relationship. Fanny

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Jung - Lacan Dialogues

Invitation: The thirteenth in a series of Jung-Lacan Dialogues

This is the thirteenth in a series of Jung-Lacan Dialogues aimed at fostering an engagement between two important and creative schools of psychoanalysis. What is the common ground between them? What are the intractable differences? Is it possible to find a common language or achieve mutual understandings? And what are the implications for clinical practice?

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Feminism and technology: a depth psychology enquiry

Feminism and Technology Virtual Conference 28th and 29th September,

With great fanfare we announce: abstracts in full are on the website for virtual conference ‘Feminism and Technology’ running 7 – 9.30 pm BST  on 28th and 29th September, zoom details to be announced. Lead speaker includes science fiction writer Justina Robson with contributions internationally from therapists, film makers, artists and theorists.   We ask for

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Men on the Couch

Men on the Couch: INVITATION

Confer’s previous event on ‘men’ sold out, and this is a wonderful venue, so early booking advised. Full details and booking on Confer website, here: https://www.confer.uk.com/men.html Men on the Couch With Rotimi Akinsete, Paul Atkinson, Andy Metcalf, Dr Eyal Rozmarin and Professor Andrew Samuels Saturday 23 September 2017 This conference is about men in therapy

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PTSD and Combat Trauma: Critical and Archetypal Approaches to Treatment.

The Jungian Psychoanalytic Association (JPA) of New York City is holding a one-day public event on PTSD and Combat Trauma: Critical and Archetypal Approaches to Treatment. The event will be held on Saturday, April 1st 2017, at the New School, Greenwich Village, NYC, and is being co-sponsored by the New School’s Social Research and Psychology

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“Who is My Jung?” : London conference : Saturday 11th November 2017

2017 is the 40th anniversary of the foundation of the Association of Jungian Analysts. We have planned a year filled with different activities to mark this important milestone.  The highlight of the year is a conference at the British Library, in central London.   We have been working on this together with representatives of all the five

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Human or Monster? Finding Our Ethical Bearings Amidst Ominous Transitions

Below is an announcement about an event that is coming up soon that may be of interest to you. I am personally thrilled to be a supporting part of any endeavor that the Hinton family (father and son) are involved in with their vast expanse of experience and knowledge in their various fields of expertise,

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