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The Jungian Training in Analytical Psychotherapy
Professional psychotherapy training in the West Midlands

tel: 08444 631 341
email: jtc@wmip.org

Jungian Public Lecture Series for 2012/13

The Jungian Training Committee runs a series of 5 lectures per year which are for both professionals in the field of analysis, psychotherapy and counselling, and for members of the public who may be interested in any of the topics.  The topics are wide-ranging and reflect the most recent work and concerns of individuals in the field of analysis and also occasionally psychoanalysis. See below for this year’s programme.

Contemporary Jungians in Practice:
A series of papers which illustrate the influence and application of Jungian concepts to the practice of analytical psychotherapy

(click on date for full details inc recommended reading for each lecture))

Saturday 3rd November 2012

SOCIAL DREAMING MATRIX
Led by Laurie Slade
THE STRUGGLE TO LIVE AND LET LIVE
THE PSYCHOLOGY, ETHICS AND POLITICS OF TOLERANCE
Farhad Dalal

Saturday 2nd March 2013

‘I NEVER BECAME HUMAN … I MISSED IT’
Holding and Interpretation 1989:96
Lesley Caldwell

Saturday 11th May 2013

BOARDING SCHOOL SYNDROME:
BROKEN ATTACHMENTS A HIDDEN TRAUMA
Joy Schaverien

Saturday 8th June 2013

IF I DON’T ‘KNOW’ THEN HOW CAN I KNOW WHO I AM?
THE CONFLICT BETWEEN MEMORY, UNCERTAINTY AND IDENTITY
Basia Gasiorek

Saturday 28 September 2013

THE DEADLIEST OF RIVALS
Ian Williamson
(rescheduled from January due to the snow)

 

2012/13 Lecture Series booklet (pdf)

Application form (pdf)

Enquiries and applications to:

Sue Harford,
Administrator to the Jungian Training Committee,
Unit 1A, West Stockwith Park,
Stockwith Road, Misterton,
Nottinghamshire DN10 4ES.

Telephone: 08444 631 341, Facsimile: 08444 631 346, Email: jtc@wmip.org

 


Jungian Public Lectures

2012/13 Lecture Series booklet (pdf)

Application form (pdf)

Previous public lectures

 

For enquiries contact Sue Harford,
Administrator to the Jungian Training Committee:

Telephone: 08444 631 341 Facsimile: 08444 631 346 Email jtc@wmip.org