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Yale 2015 Psyche, Spirit, and Science: negotiating contemporary social and cultural concerns  – Conference Details

UPDATED: FEB 7 2015 – Registration is now open >>>>>>>>>>>Registration Now Open: http://bit.ly/1KdPkYc We are happy to announce that the program for the upcoming IAAP/IAJS conference at Yale University this July has been finalized. Attached please find the program along with descriptions of the two pre-conference workshops, which we assume people will want to read… Read More »

THE ETERNAL QUEST IN PICTURE, VERSE and DIALOGUE

Tuesday 17th March 2015 at 8.15pm Association of Jungian Analysts, 7 Eton Avenue, London NW3 3EL Leading Edge Series initiated by Dr. Gottfried M. Heuer THE ETERNAL QUEST IN PICTURE, VERSE and DIALOGUE presented by Alan Mulhern and Lindsey Harris In anticipation of a forthcoming publication on the theme of the development of human consciousness,… Read More »

The 2015 Election So Far: Therapy Thinking and the Political Process

with Professor Andrew Samuels Friday 17 April 2015  18:45 – 21:30   (Polling day is 17 May) Location: 7-9 Breams Buildings, London EC4A 1DT / Nearest Station: Chancery Lane Book here: http://www.ahpbritain.com/ Andrew writes: I would like to create a space for psychological reflection on the election campaign, with polling day less than three weeks away.… Read More »

Dear Esteemed Colleagues: I am currently doing research into the post-termination contact practices of therapists for my doctoral dissertation and could really use your assistance in completing my project. The project has received IRB approval (#030114) from my institution and my dissertation proposal has been approved. Any licensed mental health professional is welcome to participate,… Read More »

PSYCHOANALYSIS, CULTURE AND SOCIETY: A POSTGRADUATE CONFERENCE

CENTRE FOR PSYCHOANALYSIS MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY LONDON Saturday, 20 June, 2015 We invite postgraduate students and research fellows to submit proposals for papers on psychoanalysis or psychoanalytically informed research. Papers may be from any academic discipline, including psychology, sociology, cultural studies, psychosocial studies, history, literature, art, religious studies or philosophy. We also welcome proposals on clinical… Read More »

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