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Brain, Mind and Body: Trauma, Neurobiology and the Healing Relationship

Sponsored by the University of Western Ontario’s Department of Psychiatry April 28 & 29, 2017 London, Ontario, Canada. “Soul and body are not two things, they are one” – Jung This conference offers current research and treatment methods that reflect the essential role of embodied treatment approaches to healing trauma. Pioneering presenters will focus on the

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CFP: Holism: possibilities and problems

 An international interdisciplinary conference[1] Confirmed speakers include: George Hogenson, Christian Kerslake, Harald Atmanspacher, Inna Semetsky, Joe Cambray, Joshua Ramey, Paul Bishop This international, interdisciplinary conference will explore the possibilities and problems to which the concept of holism gives rise, both academically and in practice.  Across many areas of contemporary culture we hear the concept of

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Ancient Greece, Modern Psyche Conference

Petros M. Nomikos Foundation Santorini, Greece, August 31 – September 3, 2017 Jungian analysts Tom Singer, Jules Cashford, Craig san Roque and others would like to invite you to participate in a third Ancient Greece, Modern Psyche conference designed to illuminate the influence of ancient Greek thought—mythology, philosophy, art, culture—on our modern psyches. We are

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Call for Papers Deadline Extended: 15th Conference of Research in Jung and Analytical Psychology: Complexity, Creativity, and Action.

Dear everyone, I am writing to promote the forthcoming Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies conference “Complexity, Creativity and Action” in Washington DC, June 22-25 2017, and want to do so in the context of recent political events. See Call for Papers attached, deadline EXTENDED to January 31 2017. Many of us feel afflicted by a case of the

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Politics, Culture and Soul: A National Conference on the Psychology of the 2016 Presidential Election.

Dear IAJS Members: I am excited to announce that the San Francisco Jung Institute will host its fifth consecutive Presidential election year conference in October, 2016.  Beginning in 2000, we have hosted a conference every four years to discuss presidential politics and the state of American culture. This year’s conference is entitled “Politics, Culture and

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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 We cordially invite you to join us in downtown Manhattan for this, our XIVth international residential conference, though our first to be held in New York City. Dissociation is a theme with both a rich Jungian history and a general contemporary

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Call for papers: 2017 IAJS Conference South Africa – The Spectre of the “Other” in Jungian Psychology

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN CONFERENCE DATE: July 27-30, 2017 Call for Papers (CFP) Due Date: NOW EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 31, 2016  New addition: Poster Presentation Proposals Accepted Call for Papers “I do not know what Africa is really saying to me, but it speaks.” (Jung in a letter to Emma in MDR) Confirmed Presenters: Andrew Samuels, PhD,

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Ecstatic Ancient/Archaic Thought and Analytical Psychology: An Inquiry

London, July 15 — 16, 2016 Venue: Freud Museum, 20 Maresfield Gardens, London NW3 5SX (www.freud.org.uk): Freud’s final home in London after fleeing the war. Nearest underground Finchley Road. Schedule: 9 am sign in for 9.30 am start until 6 pm – 15th July (Friday); 9 am until 1 pm – 16th July (Saturday) Registration

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