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New Book: Passions, Persons, Psychotherapy, Politics The selected works of Andrew Samuels By Andrew Samuels

From Andrew Samuels: Routledge have just published my Selected Works in their new series World Library of Mental Health. The title is Passions, Persons, Psychotherapy, Politics. Routledge gives the authors a free hand in selecting from all their previously published works (whoever published them originally), preferably book chapters. So, in my case, the material covers… Read More »

Chiron Publications – New Releases

Greetings! It’s been a busy year for Chiron Publications with the release of four new books and one revised edition. The subject of three of these range from Death to Breast Cancer to Transformation. Chiron is also pleased to release the first biography of Emma Jung, a powerful figure in the development of Analytical Psychology.… Read More »

Dear Friends of JSSS, JSSS President, Alexandra Fidyk has extended the deadline for submission of proposals for the 2015 JSSS Conference, “On Nature and the Feminine: Psychological and Cultural Reflections,” to Jan 15, 2015. Please see the follow attachment. Call for papers: June 2015 JSSS cfp – final jan-2

Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies: Presents…

Wednesday 3 December 2014 Open Seminar (Colchester Campus) ‘Psychoanalysis, Developmental Psychology, and Neuroscience: Consilience over the First Year of Life’ Professor Jim Hopkins (Kings College London) Abstract: Recent findings in developmental psychology (particularly attachment research), as well as new work in neuroscience, show a rapidly increasing consilience with Psychoanalysis. Neuroscience now provides accounts of what… Read More »

JUDITH KEYSTON

Could you please post the attached notice of a Guild event which could be of interest to IAJS members living in the area. The highly commended documentary film on the life and work of Richard Wilhelm, directed by his granddaughter Bettina Wilhelm, showing 2.00 – 4.30 Saturday 15th January, Essex Church, see flyer. Many thanks,… Read More »

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