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.
2020 READING GROUPS
|Throughout 2020||Professional Development Reading Groups|
|Beginning in February 2020, ANZSJA’s Professional Development Programme is continuing to offer reading groups for mental health professionals interested in reading and thinking about Jungian and post-Jungian approaches to psychotherapy and analysis in the context of their own developing clinical practice. Analysts will offer Skype, Zoom, or FaceTime participation. For further information click here|
2020 Seminars – Postponed
Australian and New Zealand Society of Jungian Analysts
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 2020
Seminars for Clinicians
Given the evolving situation regarding COVID-19, the ANZSJA Public Program Committee has made the decision to postpone our 2020 PD Seminar Program.
Our current priority is the health of our participants and speakers in this public health crisis. We are disappointed that we cannot share the program of events with you at this time. We will refund booking fees that have been already paid. Bookings will be closed off until the situation is more secure.
This includes the following events:
|4 April 2020||Sydney||Severe and Chronic Shame: Working with Countertransference|
A clinical seminar exploring how the understanding of our countertransference process provides a significant resource for psychotherapy with people who have severe and chronic shame.
|30 May 2020||Melbourne||Working with couples|
|Deb Power, Sue Oliver, Julia Meyerowitz-Katz
A clinical seminar exploring Jungian approaches to understanding the role of unconscious processes underlying the often overwhelming nature of the difficulties that propel couples into therapy.
|24 July 2020||Melbourne||Introduction to Jungian Sandplay Therapy|
|Sarah Gibson, Joy Norton
Using experiential sand activities and clinical material, participants will be introduced to Jungian Sandplay Therapy in order to understand how sandplay therapy activates preverbal and somatic registers.
|25 / 26 July 2020||Melbourne||The Snake in Myth, Dream, Story and Sandplay|
|Sarah Gibson, Lorraine Richards, Joy Norton
A two-day immersion into the symbol of the snake as it appears in myth, dream, story, and sandplay. It will amplify the snake in ancient healing traditions in the process of psychological transformation and the development of consciousness.
|8 August 2020||Sydney||Immersion in the Oedipus Myth: Implications for Contemporary Psychoanalytic Practice|
|Glenda Cloughley, Craig San Roque, Miriam Pickard
This event offers an opportunity to study the complexity of the myth in detail, enhanced by drawing upon Jungian and anthropologically informed notions of family/kinship dynamics and especially how the myth works as human drama.
|22 August 2020||Perth||The Sense of Self in Jungian Psychoanalysis|
A half day clinical seminar exploring Jung’s insights into the Self and the ideas of pioneering Australian Jungian analyst and Sufi, Rix Weaver.
|14 November 2020||Coolangatta||Analytic Approaches to Encounters with Narcissistic and Borderline Functioning|
|Kerrie Kirkwood, Julia Meyerowitz-Katz
A clinical seminar exploring Jungian psychoanalytic approaches to understanding the challenges, constraints and potentialities in clinical work with narcissistic and borderline processes.
For further seminar information , details about reading groups or to be placed on the ANZSJA mailing list please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on +61 3 9751 1941
(Enrolment is at ANZSJA’s discretion)