4 November 2016 The Sacred Circle 7.30pm
In her talk ‘The Sacred Circle’ Dr Susan Pollard explores the Mandala as a Path of Awareness and Dialogue, we taking up the symbol of the ‘sacred circle.’ She shows how the cycle of ‘quaternary’ appears in life and in dreams and make reference to Jung’s Compass of Psychological Types as individuals travel on the way of individuation.
For more information: http://www.jungsa.net/monthly-talks.html
19 August 2016 Resolution of a Projection: Transference manifested through technology 7.30pm
Jungian analyst Aditee Ghate will differentiate the concepts of projection and transference and explore how these are manifest specifically through technology.
20 August 2016 Being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)
A one day workshop with Aditee Ghate exploring your sensitivity, the role of HSPs in our lives, myths associated with sensitivity and the clinical implications of working with HSPs.
16 September 2016 Film: Trauma and the Soul Part 1 7.30pm
21 October 2016 Film: Trauma and the Soul Part 2 7.30 pm
These evenings provide the oportunity to hear a lecture by Jungian analyst Donald Kalsched from Albuquerque, New Mexico speak about his latest book Trauma and the Soul (2013). He goes into the mystical or spiritual moments that often occur around the intimacies of psychoanalytic work.
18 November Being, Relatedness and ‘Otherness’ 7.30 pm
Jungian analyst Andre Zanardo explores what it is to be genuinely relational? What facilitates and what forecloses this endeavour? With the use of clinical vignettes and images from Jim Jarmusch’s last film ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’, examines the idea that without being truly open and relational to/with an ‘other’, we limit our potential for ongoing psychic self emergence and development.
For further information about these events of the C.G. Jung Society of WA email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 12 August 2016 They’re coming to eat Your Brains: Zombies in Popular Culture 7-8.30pm
Jungian analyst Jacinta Frawley looks at the origin of the zombie in popular culture. How can we understand the twin notions of Zombie Apocaypse and the zombie as a source of creativity and humour?
Friday 9th September 2016 Regenerating Politics 7.00-8.30pm
Canberra Jungian analyst Glenda Cloughley shares stories and observations about the renewal of cultural health that still happens when the mystery of regeneration bursts into political life.
Saturday 10th September 2016 Listening to the Kindly Ones
One day workshop with Glenda Cloughley and Johanna McBride exploring the regeneration myth and the arts as remedies for grief and fear many people feel in the climate change crisis.
For more information on these Sydney Jung Society events visit: www.junginsydney.org.au/events
Short Courses in Jungian Ideas
Jungian analyst Dr John Merchant will offer two short courses
19 July to 23 August 2016 Jung and Dreams 6.30 – 8.30pm
24 October to 28 November 2016 Jung and Archetypes 6.30– 8.30pm
Both these courses are part of the Centre for Continuing Education, University of Sydney. For more information go to <www.cce.sydney.edu.au>
11th February 2017 – book launch ‘Art Therapy in the Early Years”
The book launch of ‘ART THERAPY IN THE EARLY YEARS’ edited by Sydney Jungian Analyst, Julia Meyerowitz-Katz and Dean Reddick will be held Saturday 11th February, 3pm Gleebooks, Glebe, NSW. (A Routledge Publication)
Dr John Merchant will be presenting to the Sydney Jung Society on ‘Jung and the Paranormal’ – Friday 11th August 2017
Join Sydney Jungian Analyst Dr John Merchant in this exploration of the range of Jung’s researches into paranormal phenomena. John will illustrate his presentation with some contemporary examples so as to reveal the nature and functioning of the total psyche.
Venue: Mitchell Theatre, SMSA, LEVEL 1 280 Pitt Street Sydney
Time: Friday 11th August, 2017 from 7.00pm to 8.30pm
Cost: Member $15 Non-Member/Concession $25/$20
Craig San Roque, Jungian Analyst practicing in Alice Springs has been involved in Indigenous mental health services since 1992. He will be one of the speakers at a CASSE Symposium on Breakthrough Recognition ‘THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW’ to be held in Melbourne on Saturday 25 March 2017, Melbourne.
What does a nation that sees, hears and knows – that recognises – all of its peoples look like? This symposium journeys through the unrecognised trails of trauma and may shine a light on dreaming breakthroughs to achieve recognition, change minds and save lives.
For more information: www.casse.org.au