Dear Membership,On behalf of the IAJS Board of Directors, we are please to announce Jason Wright’s ZOOM seminars (one and two) on November 6th and 7th, just around the corner. Camilla L. Giambonini will moderate both sessions. ZOOM invitations will be posted the week prior. November 6 & 7, 2021:…...
Dear Members of the IAJS, It is with a great deal of pleasure that we introduce this offer from ARAS to our IAJS members. ARAS, the Archive for Research into Archetypal Symbolism, is offering you a free, three month trial subscription to our Archive. In addition, we have prepared a special edition of ARAS Connections,
Dear All, Just to announce two forthcoming events over the next few months. First, a conference in Alice Springs, on a desert property in central Australia, in July on Aboriginal spirituality – this one with Aboriginal speakers, which is unusual in Australia. The focus of this conference is dadirri, or “deep listening to land and people”.
Dear colleagues, Just to let you know that applications are now open for the one-year Masters programme in ‘Refugee Care’ that the University of Essex has been offering in conjunction with the Tavistock Clinic in London (UK), for the last 12 years! This is a unique programme insofar it is the only course of studies in the world that enables
Through the generosity of Artellus Limited, an international literary agency, we are able to offer funding to students wishing to pursue the Centre’s MA/PhD Refugee Care. Applications for 2015 – 2106 are now open, with a deadline for applications of the 7 September 2015. Attached is the Application Form and Guidance Notes. For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Many
Dr. Ursula Wirtz, Zurich Analyst, Keynoter and Author – Trauma and Beyond: The Mystery of Transformation 5:30 PM, Thursday, October 29th, 2015 – Noon, Sunday, November 1st, 2015 IHM Retreat Center – Santa Fe, New Mexico “Shock. Thunder. When one learns what fear and trembling mean, there is a safeguard against terror produced from the
This is the second in a seminar series, the aim of which is to advance the understanding of psychodynamic perspectives in a range of fields of academic knowledge, bringing together academics, psychoanalysts and psychotherapists in a dialogue between psychoanalysis and particular academic fields. ‘“Actual” Neurotic Literature’ Josh Cohen (Goldsmiths University of London and Institute of
Dear All, My name is Kevin and I am Director of Graduate Studies in the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies. I am pleased to inform you that registration is now open for CPS’s short course on Research Skills and Psychoanalytic Methodology and David Bennett’s one-day masterclass on publishing. All details regarding the courses can be found
Dear Phoenix Conference Attendees, The time is approaching and the Planning and Programme Committees would like to welcome you to this year’s International Association of Jungian Studies Conference for 2014. We are so very excited that you will be joining us. There are a few details we wanted you to have as you are making