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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

The Eumenides

Thursday 13th, Friday 14th, Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th June 2019

Dr. Brian Stevenson and Tia Kuchmy

C. WEEKEND SEMINARS

C1LIMINALITY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY

Topic: Projection, Self and Other

Sunday 30 September

Svetlana Zdravkovic

C2AN EXPERIENTIAL SEMINAR ON THE MOTHER ARCHETYPE AND COMPLEX

Topic: Archetypal Dimensions in Analysis

Sunday 28 October

ffiona von Westhoven Perigrinor

C3STARTING A PRACTICE

Topic: Starting and Running a Practice

Sunday 25 November

Ann Shearer

C4AN INTRODUCTION TO INTERNAL FAMILY SYSTEMS: A PRACTICAL USE OF ACTIVE IMAGINATION

Topic: Psychopathology and its Relations

Sunday 27 January

Matthew Harwood

Matthew Harwood will introduce students to Internal Family Systems Therapy, a new and highly practical way of doing active imagination, which incorporates concepts and techniques from Family Systems Therapy. The model, only recently introduced into the UK, is particularly helpful for working with clients whose problems in current life are caused by painful wounds and traumas from the past. Matthew will illustrate his presentation with slides and video clips from an actual therapy session conducted by the founder of the method.

Reading: Schwartz, R., Internal Family Systems Therapy, London: Routledge (1995)

C5KEEPING GOING

Topic: Starting and Running a Practice

Sunday 24 February

Ann Shearer

C6ENDINGS

Topic: Starting and Running a Practice

Sunday 31 March

Ann Shearer

C7GOETHE’S FAUST

Topic: Individuation in Process

Sunday 28 April

Eve Jackson

C8LILITH

Topic: Culture and Diversity

Sunday 19 May

Edna Babay-Shahaf

C9THE PATHOLIGY OF THE NEUROSES

Topic: Psychopathology and its Relations

Sunday 30 June

Dr Spyros Karvounis

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Contact the office at office@igap.co.uk or telephone 020 8933 0353 to book your courses.