Members’ Notices

AJA Summer School 2019

Members are reminded that in July 2019 it will be time again for the AJA biennial Summer School, an opportunity to spend a wonderful summer weekend of study and socialising, with AJA members and candidates. Booking is open now. Book before 28 February 2019 to secure the early bird price of £295, after which tickets will […]

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IAAP Congress – Vienna 2019

Dear Members and Candidates It has been brought to my attention that there seems to be no information sent out other than the letter from the Chair of IAAP (last year) which mentions the Congress in Vienna. Please find links to the IAAP website which gives all relevant information re: There are closing dates for early […]

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Open Letter on the Question of Jung’s Writings & Theories About ‘Africans’

Thirty years ago, the British Journal of Psychotherapy published a paper by Dr Farhad Dalal entitled ‘Jung: A racist’ (Dalal, 1988). Regrettably, no adequate acknowledgement or apology for what Jung wrote, and Dalal critiqued, has been forthcoming from the field of analytical psychology and Jungian analysis. We write now as a group of individuals – Jungian analysts, clinicians, and academics utilizing concepts from analytical psychology – to end the silence.

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Fwd: RE RED BOOK SEMINAR 21 APRIL 2018

21-Apr-Red-Book.pdf ———- Forwarded message ———- From: Date: 23 March 2018 at 15:28 Subject: RE RED BOOK SEMINAR 21 APRIL 2018 To: AJA Dear Members and Candidates Please find attached the flyer for a Red Book Seminar that AJA member Brenda Crowther is doing on 21 April for the Jung Club. Thank you -Sandy-

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AJA 40th Anniversary Party

After the full day Who is My Jung? conference, members and friends of AJA, and their partners, were invited to a dinner dance party to celebrate socially the 40th anniversary of AJA. The party was hosted at the London Canal Museum which was conveniently located close to the conference venue. The evening began with a […]

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WMIP Late Summer Conference

At the beginning of the last century Freud and Jung each created a vast corpus of work, the legacy of which is the basis of modern psychotherapies.

The two men were the great cartographers of human emotion and experience working at the height of the age of mechanism. They mapped the mechanism of human experience and what they discovered in the analysts consulting room proved to be anything but mechanical, which is part of the reason why psychotherapy has a long experiential training for its practitioners and has never been successfully manualised.

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Keats & “Negative Capability”

Poetry and Psychoanalysis Wednesday 17 May 2017 7pm – 8.30pm Keats thought an important quality of a poet was ‘negative capability’ – the ability to tolerate what is uncertain or doubtful without rushing irritably to closure. Dr Margot Waddell, psychoanalyst, and Dr Toni Griffiths, Trustee of the Keats Foundation, explore how Keats’s insight has influenced […]

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Letter from Brigit Soubrouillard – President SFPA

Dear friends and colleagues, As you know our next European congress will be held in Avignon next year from August 30  to September 2, 2018. You will find all the information on     https://www.jungeuropeancongress.org/ In addition, a two days Academic pre-congress untitled “Analytical Psychology meets Academic Research”  will start on the 29th, to which all IAAP members are […]

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