The Journal of Analytical Psychology
Xllth International Conference
Thursday 29 May to Sunday 1 June 2014
The Varieties of Jungian Clinical Experience: Complex, Identity, Intersubjectivity
Berlin Hilton, Mohrenstraße 30, Gendarmenmarkt, 10117, Germany
This conference takes place a century after the founding of The Association for Analytical Psychology in July 1914, consequent to the final rift between Freud and Jung the previous year. But since that time cross-fertilisation influences have continued to modify our practice: the developmental approach of Michael Fordham and his introduction of child analysis had allowed some rapprochement with the psychoanalytical mainstream whilst more recently the influence rational and intersubjective approaches has been to the fore. What are our current views about our contemporary Jungian clinical practice? Do we still feel a tension between 'synthetic' and 'reductive' analysis? And how are we influenced by the particular milieux - geographical and cultural - in which we practise analytical psychology?
What are our current views about our contemporary Jungian clinical practice? Do we still feel a tension between 'synthetic' and 'reductive' analysis? And how are we influenced by the particular milieux - geographical and cultural - in which we practise analytical psychology?
Speakers include: Verena Kast, Ann Lammers, Christian Maier. Andrew Samuels, Martin Schmidt, Giovanni Sorge, Matthias von der Tann, Jan Wiener
With sponsorship from the Michael Horne Writing Workshop Fund, Society of Analytical Psychology, and the Fund for the Advancement of Jungian Psychoanalysis. There will be a Pre Conference Clinical Writing Workshop before the conference planned for Thursday 29th May from 9am to 3pm led by Joe Cambray. More details in "Programme".
Continuing Professional Development:: Participants will be eligible for Continuing Professional Development Certificates / Continuing Education Credits.