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CLOSED SEMINARS

The Red Cross

'The Red Cross' from C. G. Jung's Red Book.

FOR IGAP CANDIDATES ONLY

Further information and venues are provided on registration.

A.

ONGOING AND SPECIALISED CASE COLLOQUIA

Details available from the office

B.

RESIDENTIAL COURSE AT HAWKWOOD FOR CANDIDATES AND ANALYSTS

Gawain and the Green Knight

Thursday 17, Friday 18, Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 June 2021

Dr. Brian Stevenson and Tia Kuchmy

C.

WEEKEND SEMINARS

These will be online for the autumn term, then at the Essex Church from 4-6pm following the weekend seminar. The venue may change, so please make sure you know where the session is happening.

C1

SEXUALITY AND CREATIVITY

Topic: Individuation in Process

Saturday 26 September – Online 4-6pm

Doc. Dr. Svetlana Zdravkovic

C2

WORKING AT A DISTANCE WITH PATIENTS – WHAT TO LOOK FOR, WHAT MIGHT BE MISSING

Topic: Starting and Running a Practice

Saturday 31 October – Online 4-6pm

Jane Bacon

C3

RESEARCHING THE PHENOMENA: A JOURNEY INTO THE HEART OF AN EXPERIENCE

Topic: Culture and Diversity

Saturday 28 November – Online 4-6pm

Cristina Boserman

C4

THE SPIRITUAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF JUNG’S EXPLORATIONS INTO RELIGION

Topic: Archteypal Dimensions in Analysis

Saturday 30 January 2-4pm

Stephen Bushell

Candidates working with clients are invited to bring case work which they would like to share and explore as examples either of religion being specifically focussed on as an aspect of therapeutic work, or where the material or feeling tone of a particular piece of work is felt to embody the spiritual, or indeed an area of work where any aspect of religion or spirituality seems to pose specific problems. Dreams, images from active imagination, verbatims of therapeutic work will all be helpful to further elaborate our subject.

C5

AN EMBODIED APPROACH TO ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY: WORKING WITH ONE’S PERSONAL MYTH

Topic: Individuation in Process

Saturday 27 February

Jane Bacon and Sybil Fuller

C6

THE POLZEATH SEMINARS

Topic: Archetypal Dimensions in Analysis

Saturday 27 March

Diane Zervas Hirst and Gill Kind

C7

ANXIETY

Topic: Psychopathology and its Relations

Saturday 30 April

Dr Brian Stevenson and Michael Whan

C8

AION

Topic: Projection, Self and Other

Saturday 22 May

Ailish O’Driscoll

C9

EARLY RELATIONS AND THE EMERGING SELF: DEVELOPMENTAL THEORIES OF THE MIND AND THEIR RELEVANCE FOR JUNGIAN THOUGHT

Topic: Psychopathology and its relations, Individuation in process

Saturday 26 June

Katerina Sarafidou

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