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[Dear Colleagues, Please send this paste (and attachment in case the paste gets distorted) to all your members and contacts. It is a different conference from the previously advertised one on Jungian Analysis and Humanistic Psychotherapy taking place in October which you can link to here:  Many thanks. Best wishes, Andrew] International Association for… Read More »

Call for papers for a special edition of the The Jungian Journal of Scholarly Studies on the theme of Psyche and Society

The Jungian Society of Scholarly Studies is issuing a call for papers for a special edition of  The Jungian Journal of Scholarly Studies on the theme of Psyche and Society: The Work of the Unconscious, which is based on our 2013 JSSS Chicago conference by the same name. This special edition of the journal will… Read More »

MA Management and Organisational Dynamics

Our course, MA Management and Organisational Dynamics, combines the expertise of two internationally-renowned departments, the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies and Essex Business School. In the most recent national Research Assessment Exercise (RAE, 2008), our University was ranked ninth out 159 universities in the UK for the quality of our research. The course aims to equip our students… Read More »

Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies – Open Seminar (Colchester Campus) – Frank Röhricht

Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies Wednesday 8 May 2013 Open Seminar (Colchester Campus) ’Body Psychotherapy – from Wilhelm Reich to a modern relational and embodied approach’ (Professor Frank Röhricht, Honorary Professor, CPS & Consultant Psychiatrist/Clinical Director, Newham/ East London Foundation NHS Trust) This paper is going to present an overview of the developments in body psychotherapy… Read More »

Public Programs at Pacifica – Structure and Spontaneity in Clinical Prose: A Clinical Writing Workshop

Hi, Everyone, I just want to bring this workshop to your attention, especially those of you who are clinicians or students in clinically-oriented programs. Suzi Naiburg is a Jungian analyst that I have known for a long time and her approach to writing is focused on writing as a clinician. She is presenting one of… Read More »

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