There are no plenaries in July, August or December

Programme of Events

 

 Some of our Events

Are now going to be online

Due to Covid19

 

Friday 15 MAY 2020 (7.20pm)  LIVE ONLINE ZOOM PRESENTATION

THE ARCHETYPE OF POWER:  DANGERS & OPPORTUNITIES

Nick Lewin PhD: Jungian Analyst and Integretive Therapist

Senior Lecturer at the University of Suffolk

THE ARCHETYPE OF POWER

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

19 June 2020 19:30

ONLINE USING ZOOM

Unless the Lockdown restrictions are lifted the AGM will be run online. It will be followed by a group discussion reflecting on the insights gained during the Lockdown and sharing any creative materials which came out of the experience. This may be linked to the Crisis and Creativity section of this website

This event is for Members only

WORKSHOP - SATURDAY - 27 June 2020 

ECOPSYCHOLOGY: EXPLORING THE SELF IN NATURE

Gillian Brown: CJC Chair, MA, SOPH, BRCP, 

Chair CJC, Psychodynamic Psychotherapist & EcoPsychologist

This workshop will guide participants on an enquiry into their own nature through being in nature. We will walk out in nature, and look at how we exist symbolically and relationally within the environment, how therapy might work outside the therapy room and how an understanding of our place in the natural world may help address the urgent ecological challenges of our times.

DRAFT

Programme of Events

September 2020 to 21 June 2021

HERE ARE SOME OF OUR EVENTS FOR THE UPCOMING YEAR - OTHERS ARE STILL IN PROCESS

 Some of our Events may continue to be

Live Online Zoom Events

Depending on Covid19 in the Autumn

 

DRAFT

Programme of Events Next Year

2020 September to June 2021 

HERE ARE MOST OF OUR EVENTS FOR THE UPCOMING YEAR - OTHERS ARE STILL IN PROCESS

 Some of our Events may continue to be

Live Online Zoom Events

Depending on Covid19 in the Autumn

 

Friday 18th SEPT 2020  (or possibly April 2021 - TBA)

THE ANCESTORS

Melanie Rein, Jungian Analyst, IGAP

Image:   Israhel van Meckenem  -  Ornament with the Tree of Jesse, 1480–90

With kind permission of The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism

This talk will consider the unconscious patterns which run through families and generations of families, as one generation inherits, responds and reacts to the complexes and archetypal energies of the previous generation – and even of the generation before that – parents, grandparents and in some cases, great-grandparents. Melanie Rein will draw on the symbolic nature of the genogram, or psychological genealogy tree, exploring its connection to the Tree of Life and its value as a visual image for eliciting, revealing and deepening insights into family and ancestral patterning. 

 

Melanie Rein (PhD) is a training analyst and accredited supervisor with the Guild of Analytical Psychologists (G.A.P.) and a member of the Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists (IGAP).

Friday 15 OR 23 OCT 2020 

JUNG and SYNCHRONICITY

Roderick Main, Jungian Analyst University of Essex

Jung developed his concept of synchronicity as a response to the cultural condition of his day (characterised by excessive rationalism in science, loss of the sacred, and social mass- mindedness). We will explore how this concept might also be relevant to addressing contemporary environmental and polit- ical issues.

Friday 20th NOV 2020     ECOPSYCHOLOGY

Mary-Jayne Rust, Jungian Analyst, Lecturer, 

Art Therapist, Workshop Facilitator

Ecopsychology is an emerging field weaving together the eco- logical, psychological, political and spiritual. My interest in eat- ing problems expanded into an inquiry into our collective con- suming of the earth, and the relationship between mind and body, soul and the land. I became fascinated by the differences between indigenous and western world views and how we might enable ancient and modern to live together today.

Friday 15h JAN 2020     

FAIRY TALES & MYTH

Why do we Study Fairy Tales?

Mfanwy Rees, Jungian Analyst 

IGAP  Educator

Fairy tales help us to understand psyche. In this seminar we explore Classical Jungian as well as several other approaches to the understanding of fairy tales. We read the tale aloud then wait to see what happens. Thoughts, associations, intui- tions, emotions, sensations, and memories arise.

Friday 21st MAY 2021 

MYTHICAL BEASTS: Imagination in Dreams 

& Transformation Through the Imaginal, Healing Alchemy of Nature

Philippa Campbell, Jungian Analyst, IGAP

Image from: 

This Talk may explore the healing alchemy of nature as advised by Jung together with the paintings of landscape visionaries such as Samuel Palmer and William Blake. http://www.jungclub-london.org

Friday 18th JUNE 2021

LILITH:

CULTURE & DIVERSITY

Edna Babay Shahaf,

Jungian Analyst, IGAP

Educator

Image from:  https://www.ancient-origins

This Talk will explore Lilith’s connection to other de- monic images of the feminine such as Baba Yaga, as well her relationship to the dark shadow aspect of the Shekinah. We will also consider the Lilith archetype in relation to female sexuality and how the sexual expres- sion of the archetype not only attracts a dangerous fasci- nation, but at the same time creates fear and blame. Through looking at the various images of Lilith, we will consider the manifestation of the archetype today, both in society and in analytic work.

SATURDAY WORKSHOP

15 OR 22 0R 29 MAY (TBA)

PHILEMON, KA, AND THE EMERGENCE OF THE CREATIVE SPIRIT IN JUNG'S RED BOOK AND ART 1919-1923; SOME REFLECTIONS

Diane Finiello Zervas, Jungian Training Analyst, IGAP, Educator (Red Book Seminars), Author, Private Practice, London

Diane is currently interested in Jung’s visual imagery in The Red Book, and is one of the leaders of the London Liber Novus reading seminars organised by The Circle of Analytical Psychology. Her essay on Jung’s mandala sketches, “Intimations of the Self”, was published by Norton in The Art of C.G. Jung, 2019.

 

Thanks to the publication of The Red Book (2009) and The Art of C.G. Jung (2019), we now have a substantial corpus of the visual images that Jung created whilst he was concurrently developing analytical psychology between 1913 and 1923.

 

In my workshop/seminar, I will identify several previously unrecognised representations of two of Jung’s most important personifications, the ‘dominant fathers’ Philemon and Ka. With their identities revealed, it becomes possible to trace their roles in some of Jung’s artistic works that include the image of the cross-quartered circle and sphere (which Jung called the quadratura circuli), his prime example of the reconciling symbol of the creation of the new god, and of individuation. Powerpoint images will be included and there will be ample time for discussion.

Friday 19th FEB 2021

EMODIED ACTIVE

IMAGINATION:

PORTAL TO THE SOUL

Heba Zaphiriou-Zarifi,

Jungian Analyst, IGAP

This will be a Weaving in of Jungian Psychology with Authentic Movement, which is rooted in Jung’s Active Imagination. Clinical work will be included, regarding Trauma and the Body (the per- sonal and the collective body). Trauma in the body is also a mir- ror reflection of the way we traumatise our planet Earth, and the depletion of her resources is a destruction of our immune system.

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