Events

LAST CALL for discounted EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION: Dissociation: Trauma and the Self Conference

Journal of Analytical Psychology 
XIVth International Conference Dissociation: Trauma and the Self Thursday 20 April – Sunday 23 April 2017 The Roosevelt Hotel, New York City
 A reminder that you are cordially invited to join us in downtown Manhattan for our XIVth international residential conference: its theme of dissociation has both a rich Jungian history and a general contemporary pertinence. LAST

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2017 Assisi Institute Annual Winter Dream Conference

“Matter is spirit moving slowly enough to be seen.” Teilhard de Chardin Dreams, Complexes and the Self: Illusions and Redemption a Weekend Residency with Dr. Michael Conforti January 20th – 22nd, 2017 Westward Look Spa & Resort Tucson, AZ The dream is a telling of the life we are meant to live, of a destiny

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Six Blind Jungian Monks Tackle Questions of The Psyche, Politics and Culture of the Western World in the Era of Brexit, Trump, Immigration and other turbulent social/political events.

Dear Colleagues, We had a fine Asheville webinar this week in which: Six Blind Jungian Monks Tackle  Questions of The Psyche, Politics and Culture of the Western World in the Era of Brexit, Trump, Immigration and other turbulent social/political events.   The free video of the webinar is now available on You Tube: https://youtu.be/F77RBG5y1AI  

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Ecstatic Ancient/Archaic Thought and analytical psychology, an inquiry

Greetings all – the regional London symposium provisional programme is ready: full abstracts for talks are up on the website  https:\\ecstaticthought.wordpress.com –  elect to follow the website in order to see any updates. Ecstatic Ancient/Archaic Thought and analytical psychology, an inquiry    1. Emmanuela Bakola – ‘Staging interiors in Greek tragedy’ –  Seeing the invisible: interior spaces,

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The Climate Psychology Alliance Members Day

June 18th 9.45am – 4.30pm The Guild of Psychotherapists, 47 Nelson Square, Blackfriars Road, London SE1 0QA (Non-members welcome), £20 non-members, members free 4.00-4.30pm AGM members only The Power of Restorative Narratives   How can narratives be re-framed and re-drawn to facilitate a deeper and more engaged relationship with the subject of human destructiveness? What can

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Free Online Community Conversation: Depth Psychology, Islam, and Islamophobia in America

Now more than ever, a Jungian or depth psychological perspective can help provide a foundation for a grounded and constructive conversation about Islamophobia and the rituals of fear, mistrust and prejudice that are consciously or unconsciously acted out in the American psyche and culture. In this live, participatory discussion, we will look at the scapegoat

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29 June 2016: Refugee Week Event: Welcoming refugees: a wider community response

(In collaboration with CTAR (University of Essex), Tavistock Clinic and UNHCR) How host society responses can impact the mental health of refugees After 10 years as an editorial photographer in the fashion and music industries Giles Duley now focuses his work on humanitarian projects. Although documenting challenging, and at times, horrific situations, Duley captures the strength of

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