ANZSJA offers professional development programs/events for clinicians who wish to expand their clinical approaches to include Jungian and post Jungian perspectives.

ANZSJA Analysts also offer public talks and events for people interested in exploring Jungian and post-Jungian ideas and their application to the individual, society and culture.  These events may include public lectures, seminars and workshops, screenings, performances and exhibitions.

Our listings include diverse events across Australia and New Zealand.


Australian and New Zealand Society of Jungian Analysts
Seminars for Clinicians

2022 Seminars

Please click on the individual event titles for further information and the booking process. 
Further 2022 Seminars will be uploaded soon.


4th June 2022 Zoom Working with Dreams
Carole Viney and Michelle Morris
Jungian analyst Carole Viney and transpersonal psychotherapist Michelle Morris invite you to this half day exploration of the Embodied Imagination® method of working with dreams pioneered by Jungian analyst Robert Bosnak. This is a therapeutic and creative way of working with dreams, memories, symptoms and creative projects.
24th September 2022 Zoom Working with Opposites Using Non-verbal Methods
Miriam Stein and Beth Foley
Join Dr Miriam Stein and Dr Beth Foley in this clinical seminar to explore working with opposites in Jungian psychoanalysis using non-verbal methods such as visual images, inner personifications, bodily sensing, synchronistic experiences, and dreamwork.
15 October 2022 Zoom What kind of therapist are you?
Brittain Garrett and Aditee Ghate
Join Britain Garrett and Aditee Ghate in this clinical seminar as they contemplate the three Jungian Schools as classified by Andrew Samuels and how they apply to both professional self-analysis of the analyst and the exploration of the analyst’s professional inner world.
19 November 2022 Zoom Jung and the Metaphorical Mind
Mark Winborn
Join Dr. Mark Winborn in this clinical seminar as he explores metaphor, imagination and reverie which are three inter-related processes that underlie the analyst’s fundamental stance in the analytic process (i.e. the analytic attitude), create the potential for change in the analytic process, and also provide the foundation for any creative experience.
3 December 2022 Zoom Understanding and Working with Disruptions in Symbolic Capacity in Jungian Analysis
Mark Winborn
In this clinical seminar Dr. Mark Winborn presents an overview of symbolic capacity in Jungian psychology; examines the origins of disruptions in symbolic capacity; and explores the analyst’s use of reverie in the treatment of patients with disruption of symbolic capacity with particular attention to imagining what the patient cannot imagine, as well as the use interpretation of non-verbal, non-symbolized psychic experience.








































Further 2022 Seminars will be uploaded soon.

For further seminar information, details about reading groups or to be placed on the ANZSJA mailing list please contact: admin@anzsja.org.au

Enrolment is at ANZSJA’s discretion.