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The Fordham Prize 2014 – Nostalgia and lost identity by Elena Pourtova

gru 16th, 2014 | By

The 2014 Fordham Prize was awarded to Jungian analyst from Russia Elena Pourtova for her paper Nostalgia and lost identity. The paper was published in the Journal of Analytical Psychology in Volume 58, Issue 1, pages 34-51, February 2013. The Michael Fordham prize is awarded annually for the paper published in the JAP in the previous year that demonstrates the most

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XIIth International Conference of the Journal of Analytical Psychology

sie 9th, 2013 | By

  XIIth International Conference of the Journal of Analytical Psychology 29 May – 1 June 2014 Berlin, Germany The Varieties of Jungian Clinical Experience: Complex, Identity, Intersubjectivity   A century ago the rift between Freud & Jung was finally formalised when the Zurich Psychoanalytic Association voted to leave the International Psychoanalytic Association and founded the Association

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New Jungian Analyst in Polish Association for Jungian Analysis

sie 2nd, 2013 | By

It is our great pleasure to announce that the next member of Polish Association for Jungian Analysis has just passed his final exam in IAAP Individual Route. Tomasz Jasinski (MA) graduated Institute of Philosophy at Jagiellonian University in Cracow and Institute of Psychology at Warsaw University. He works in clinical private practice in Warsaw, in individual

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New Jungian Analysts in PAJA

kwi 30th, 2013 | By

It is our great pleasure to announce that two members of Polish Association for Jungian Analysis have just passed their Final Exams in IAAP Individual Route. Malgorzata Kalinowska (MA) – a psychologist, works in Czeladz and Katowice in the individual and group psychotherapy with adults. She is interested in cultural aspects of trauma and she

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World Psychiatric Association International Congress 2013

mar 11th, 2013 | By

                     27–30 October 2013, Vienna, Austria   „A psychiatry, which places the human being at the centre of its diagnosis and therapy and which is not reduced to conventional indication medicine with its main focus on illness constructs, will primarily take into account in its treatment

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XIX International Congress for Analytical Psychology, Copenhagen

mar 8th, 2013 | By

100 Years on: Origins, Innovations and Controversies August 18th-23rd 2013, Copenhagen, Denmark   Hosted by the Danish Society for Analytical Psychology   „In recognition of and honoring the pioneering psychological transformations, which C. G. Jung underwent beginning in the year 1913. These experiences were to make him into the figure we know as “Jung,” and are documented

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Training in Jungian Analysis

mar 6th, 2013 | By

PAJA is offering comprehensive training for individuals interested in Jungian Analysis. The training consists of two levels – basic and advanced – structured as a series of weekend seminars with both theoretical and clinical parts. The First Level training is in the closed group of maximum 12 participants.This part is being taught by two teachers.

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The new board of Polish Association for Jungian Analysis

mar 3rd, 2013 | By

On the 3rd of March the General Meeting of Polish Association for Jungian Analysis took place. It marked an end of the Board term 2010-2013. During the meeting The new Board for the term 2013-2016 has been elected.   The meeting was followed with in-house conference – with participation of members and trainees of PAJA.

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Sandplay in Switzerland – A Two-Week Training for Professionals

lut 26th, 2013 | By

Symbols speak for the inner, energy-laden pictures, of innate potentials of the human being, which, when they are manifested, always influence the development of man. – Dora Kalff   This intensive course offers solid Sandplay training with complementary experiential work with art and movement. It is designed for professional therapists, psychologists, counselors, and educators who

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XIXth Congress International Association for Analytical Psychology

lut 9th, 2013 | By

100 Years on: Origins, Innovations and Controversies August 18-23, 2013, Copenhagen, Denmark In 2013 it will be a hundred years since Jung first attributed the term ‘Analytical Psychology’ to his own corpus of ideas and theories. It is also exactly a century since Jung began work on the 'Red Book’, which even though it was not

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