Archives for Call for Papers

Dear IAJS Members, The Program Committee for the next IAJS/IAAP Joint conference has extended the deadline for submission of proposals for presentations until December 15th, 2014. We look forward to receiving your proposals. With best wishes, Joe Cambray, Co-Chair for the Program Committee   Download… Call for Participation Joint IAAP-IAJS Conference Yale 2015 Dec deadline

Carl Jung and Maximus the Confessor on Psychic Development (London)

Wednesday 12 November, 7.15pm – Great Hall, Hellenic Centre. Presentation of Rev Dr Chrysostom G Tympas’s book published by Routledge (2014). Keynote speaker: Professor Renos Papadopoulos. Further information on 020 8959 1654. Free entry. Organised by Eteria Ellinon Epistimonon and the Hellenic Medical Society. More… http://www.helleniccentre.org/pages/events-culture/upcoming-events/carl-jung-and-maximus-the-confessor-on-psychic-development.php

Jung – Neumann Letters Conference trailer

The trailer for The Jung-Neumann Letters – A Book Launch and International Conference. The long awaited publication of the correspondence between C.G. Jung and Erich Neumann promises to be a landmark event in the history of analytical psychology. In the video Murray Stein and Erel Shalit discuss the process around publication of Jung – Neumann correspondence, its meaning for… Read More »

BA Therapeutic Care

It takes someone special to work with society’s most vulnerable people. Do you know a year 12 or 13 student who has what it takes to help children, adolescents or adults through emotional, social and behavioural difficulties? Our Taster Session introduces students to our BA Therapeutic Care, which equips them with the theoretical knowledge, practical… Read More »

CHECK OUT – A play by Jonathan Chadwick

Tuesday 18 November 2014 Starting at 8.15pm A play by Jonathan Chadwick The muse, the mentor, the oracle and the sphinx A popular uprising brings turmoil to the city streets. A radical writer encounters his former protégée, muse and lover, while he is waiting for a train to take him off to join the resistance.… Read More »

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