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Closed seminars 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

Tristan and Isolde

Thursday 14, Friday 15, Saturday 16, Sunday 17 June 2018

Dr Brian Stevenson and Tia Kuchmy

 

C. WEEKEND SEMINARS are followed by closed seminars on Sunday mornings from 10 to 12 noon. These are a requirement for Candidates and Preliminary Candidates to give them the opportunity to discuss with IGAP analysts some of the key aspects of theory as it relates to psychotherapeutic practice, and as such are different from the rest of the Studies Programme. The six topics, which will be covered in a two-year rolling programme, with three sessions under each topic, are:

1. Starting and Running a Practice

2. Archetypal Dimensions in Analysis

3. Psychopathology and Its Relations

4. Culture and Diversity

5. Individuation in Process

6. Projection, Self and Other

 

C1 SERBIAN MYTHOLOGY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY

(Topic: Culture and Diversity)

Sunday 24 September

Svetlana Zdravkovic

 

C2 ‘FITCHER’S BIRD’: IMAGES OF INDIVIDUATION

(Topic: Archetypal Dimensions in Analysis)

Sunday 29 October

Jane Bacon

 

C3 EXPLORING DREAMS: IN THEORY AND IN PRACTICE

(Topic: Projection, Self and Other)

Sunday 26 November

Ann Shearer

 

C4 DISSOCIATION AND PSYCHOSIS

(Topic: Psychopathology and Its Relations)

Sunday 28 January

Dr Brian Stevenson

 

C5 UNPACKING AMBIVALENCE: SAMENESS AND DIFFERENCE

(Topic: Culture and Diversity)

Sunday 25 February

Dr Begum Maitra

 

C6 THE HERO

(Topic: Individuation in Process)

Sunday 25 March

Robert Macdonald

 

C7 ACTIVE IMAGINATION THROUGH MUSIC IMPROVISATION IN ANALYSIS

(Topic: Individuation in Process)

Sunday 29 April

Patricia Skar

 

C8 CLINICAL SEMINAR: TRANSFERENCE AND COUNTERTRANSFERENCE

(Topic: Projection, Self and Other)

Sunday 20 May

Sarah Halford

Reading: Jung, C. G., Collected Works, Vol. 16, 'The Psychology of the Transference', §§ 353-539

 

C9 READING SEMINAR: JUNG'S VISIONS SEMINARS

(Topic: Archetypal Dimensions in Analysis)

Sunday 1 July

Mariolina Graziosi

 

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