To celebrate the 40th Anniversary year of its foundation, the Association of Jungian Analysts is organising a conference in London with the programme devised in conjunction with all the London Jungian training
To celebrate the 40th Anniversary year of its foundation, the Association of Jungian Analysts is organising a conference in London with the programme devised in conjunction with all the London Jungian training societies.
London is unique in having five societies with IAAP accredited trainings and this conference is the first to bring all five societies together.
During the conference analysts from each of the five societies will share their personal interpretations of the conference theme – “Who is my Jung?“.
The conference with open with an address from Arthur Niesser, the Chair of AJA. Dr Niesser will then introduce the keynote speaker.
The rest of the day will be formed of three panels each of which will address one theme arising from clinical work. There will be time for specific questions during each panel and an opportunity to bring together the themes in the final plenary.
1: Archetypes, Spirituality, Approaches to the Numinous
Chair: Emilija Kiehl (Chair of BJAA)
2: The Analytical Relationship
Chair: Pan Lemos (Chair of GAP)
3: Entering into the World of the Other
Chair: Penny Boisset (Convenor of IGAP)
Jules Cashford (AJA) wrote The Moon, The Myth of the Goddess (with Anne Baring), translated The Homeric Hymns, and has made DVDs on Jan van Eyck.
Warren Colman (SAP) is Consultant Editor of the Journal of Analytical Psychology and has recently published a book on The Emergence of Symbolic Imagination.
Jim Fitzgerald is a Zurich-trained analyst with a private practice in London. He is a member of GAP and IGAP.
Dale Mathers (AJA) is a psychiatrist, humanistic psychotherapist and Jungian Analyst. He teaches in Europe and Russia and writes about meaning, and alchemy.
Marilyn Mathew is a senior member of the BJAA/bpf. She runs Jungian Infant Observation courses, teaches, and works in private practice in south London.
Helen Morgan is a Training Analyst for the BJAA. She is particularly interested in exploring the interface between Jungian analytic thinking and the external world.
Arthur Niesser is Chair of AJA.
Mark Saban is a senior analyst with IGAP. He lectures regularly at the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies at Essex University.
Andrew Samuels (SAP) is an analyst, professor, activist and writer whose books range from Jung and the Post-Jungians (1985) to A New Therapy for Politics? (2015).
Ann Shearer is a senior analyst with the Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists. Her latest book is Why Don’t Psychotherapists Laugh? Enjoyment and the consulting room.
Martin Stone is a supervisor, senior analyst and past Chair of AJA. He has written on splits in Jungian groups, embodied countertransference, frequency and synchronicity.
Jan Wiener is Director of Training at the SAP and previously Vice President of the IAAP. She is author of four books and numerous papers.
Association of Jungian Analysts (AJA)
British Jungian Analytic Association ( BJAA part of British Psychotherapy Foundation)
Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists (IGAP)
Guild of Analytical Psychologists (GAP)
Society for Analytical Psychology (SAP)
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Early Bird Price (for bookings before 31 July 2017)...................................................£120 Standard Ticket (including lunch and refreshments)...............................................£135 Concession tickets (for IAAP candidates - limited availability)...............................£ 95
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 5:45 pm
AJA Conference Organising Committeeruthwilliams@msn.com
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