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IAJS Discussion Seminar with George Hogenson – Introduction by Warren Colman

This archive has been prepared by Elizabeth Brodersen IAJS Discussion Seminar with George Hogenson –  Introduction by Warren Colman NB: To access and download two papers by George Hogenson which will form the basis for the discussion, please go to  the following links: ‘What are symbols symbols of’: http://bit.ly/gxKn6T ‘The self, the symbolic and synchronicity’: http://bit.ly/gj13OQ It’s […]

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‘Toward A New Animism: Jung, Hillman and Analytical Psychology.’ by David Tacey

This archive has been prepared by Maryanne Barone-Chapman September – October 2010 – The Executive Committee is pleased to launch the first seminar in the Jungian Psychology Series with David Tacey’s paper, ‘Toward A New Animism: Jung, Hillman and Analytical Psychology.’  From David some points to consider: The ecological crisis of the contemporary world has

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2008 – The complete, entire, and subjective pleasure of film

This archive has been prepared by John Izod and Scott Feaster November – December 2008 – Like everyone, I am cognizant of the boundary that separates clinical from academic work. But my métier allows me to offer a third by way of bridging the clinical and academic divide: the complete, entire, and subjective pleasure of

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2008 – Various collected posts on the concept of individuation.

May 20, 2008 Dear Joel and All, What I find difficult to swallow about Perry’s work is that he seems to have a very naive trust in the unconscious to always find a way through.  It is the worst side of Jungian psychology, in my view, in that it falsely romanticises and idealises the unconscious,

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IAJS April/May 2012 Shadow Seminar NOW ONLINE

The IAJS executive Committee gratefully aknowledges Päivi Alho for concisely editing and masterfully capturing the tone of the seminar. A four week on-line seminar on ‘shadow’ was arranged starting from Sunday 29st April to Monday 28th May 2012 by Stephani Stephens, Leslie Gardner and Liz Brodersen. The purpose of the seminar was to differentiate the multifaceted aspects of Jung’s concept

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Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies

Wednesday 16 November 2011   ‘Enchantment, disenchantment, re-enchantment: C. G. Jung in a secular age’   Professor Roderick Main, Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies Abstract:  In this paper I use the theme of disenchantment as a lens through which to compare C. G. Jung’s treatment of the relationship between the sacred and the secular with its treatment

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WHY CAN’T THEY LEARN, WHY WON’T THEY BEHAVE?

WHY CAN’T THEY LEARN, WHY WON’T THEY BEHAVE?   FRIDAY 23RD SEPTEMBER 2011 University of Essex, Southend Campus, Friday 23 September 2011   Target Audience: Senior Leaders, SENCOs, Teachers and Support Staff   PROGRAMME   9.30 am                Introductions   9.50 am                Why can’t they learn?  Barriers  to learning   10.15 am              Group discussion  

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