FUTURE EVENTS

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.

2019

Australian and New Zealand Society of Jungian Analysts
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 2019
Seminars and Reading Groups for Clinicians
FOR MORE INFORMATION and BOOKING DETAILS CLICK on TITLE of THE SEMINAR

SEMINARS

9 February Melbourne Gender Diversity in a Contemporary Jungian Psychoanalytic Context
Kerrie Kirkwood, Jo Violet
An opportunity to re-examine ideas about gender, trauma and the formation of self within individuation processes.
9 March  Coolangatta Working with Dreams in Clinical Practice: A Jungian Approach
Patrick Burnett, Jacinta Frawley
This seminar will offer participants an opportunity to consider the meaning and process of dreams and dreaming in their clinical practice in the context of Jung’s concept of the psyche and contemporary research in the biological sciences.

9 March

Auckland

Gender Diversity in a Contemporary Jungian Psychoanalytic Context

Katina Ellis, Kerrie Kirkwood
This seminar will offer clinicians an opportunity to re-examine the relationship between gender, trauma and the formation of self within individuation processes.

22 – 24 March

Victoria

Mythic Immersion – How Persephone Works

Craig San Roque, Miriam Pickard
An invitation to participate in an experience of the Persephone story. The weekend will include an introductory performance and storytelling, a reflective session outlining the Persephone/Demeter myth, and opportunities to engage somatically, psychically and through the mythopoetic and dream with the story.

6 April

Sydney

Spirituality in a Contemporary Jungian Psychoanalytic Context

Judith Pickering, Les Stein
An exploration of the meaning of spirituality, meditation and mystical experiences in clinical practice, analytic training and in the analyst’s own process.

29 June 

Canberra

Cultural Trauma: Jungian Perspectives

Glenda Cloughley, Amanda Dowd, John Merchant
Working with the personal and collective impact of ruptures in identity and culture, this seminar explores different psychological and creative approaches to recognising and healing cultural trauma both for individuals and cultures.

13 July

Melbourne

Encountering Baba Yaga: A Psychological Interpretation of a Fairy Tale

Sarah Gibson, Joy Norton
A creative immersion and exploration of the psychological meanings of the Baba Yaga fairy tale.

10 August

Sydney

Jungian Approaches to Working with Narcissistic and Borderline States of Mind

Rae Chittock, Fiona Kalmar, Kerrie Kirkwood
An opportunity to explore primitive states of mind and corresponding defences through an in-depth look at the myth of Narcissus and clinical work with narcissistic and borderline states.

21 September

Melbourne

Spirituality in a Contemporary Jungian Psychoanalytic Context

Judith Pickering, Les Stein
An exploration of the meaning of spirituality, meditation and mystical experiences in clinical practice, analytic training and in the analyst’s own process.

23-24 November

Governors Bay
Christchurch

Sandplay and Psyche: Jungian Sandplay in Psychotherapy

Sarah Gibson, Joy Norton
Sandplay therapy activates preverbal and somatic registers. Using experiential sand activities and clinical material, participants will be introduced to Jungian sandplay.

READING GROUPS

Throughout 2019

Professional Development Reading Groups

In various locations in Australia and New Zealand, Jungian analysts will facilitate small reading groups in their consulting rooms beginning in February 2019. These reading groups are 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. Some analysts will offer Skype / Zoom / FaceTime participation.

For further seminar information and for bookings and details about reading groups: https://anzsja.org.au/wp/future/  
To be placed on the ANZSJA mailing list please contact:
joynorton@mountainpsych.com.au or leave a message on +61 3 9751 1941
(Enrolment is at ANZSJA’s discretion)