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
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 2021
Seminars for Clinicians
|27 March 2021||Zoom||Use of the Frame and Spatial Metaphors|
|Sue Austin, Andrew Gresham
A clinical seminar seminar which will explore the role of the frame in depth work, followed by a discussion co-facilitated by Andrew Gresham.
|29 May 2021||Zoom||Individuation in Clinical Practice: Jungian perspectives
|Katina Ellis, Kerrie Kirkwood
Individuation is a process of life-long development and evolution that us unique to each individual. Clinical experience will be used to describe how these processes can be worked with in the consulting room.
|17 July 2021||Zoom||The Snake: As Symbol in Myth, Dream, Story, and Sandplay|
|Sarah Gibson, Joy Norton, Lorraine Richards
A day immersion into the symbol of the snake as it appears in myth, dream, story, and sandplay. It will amplify the snake in healing traditions in the process of psychological transformation and the development of consciousness.
|14 August 2021||Zoom||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.
|25 September 2021||Zoom||Black Knot – White Knot|
|Craig San Roque
Join with Craig San Roque and others for a day zoom seminar exploring Jung’s ‘Psychology of the Transference’, adapted for Australian intercultural contexts. Psychoanalytic meditations for practitioners in indigenous relationship.
|30 October 2021||Zoom||The Sense of Self in Jungian Psychoanalysis|
This workshop will focus on Jung’s insights into the Self in clinical practise. Jung viewed the Self as a mystical Other which is beyond conscious thought yet is the centre of the psyche, and its realization is the goal of all therapy.
|20 November 2021||Zoom||Working with Couples|
|Julia Meyerowitz-Katz, Sue Oliver, Deb Power
A clinical seminar exploring Jungian approaches to understanding the role of unconscious processes underlying the difficulties that propel couples into therapy.
2021 READING, DREAM, AND CLINICAL DISCUSSION GROUPS
|Throughout 2021||Professional Development Reading, Dream, and Clinical Discussion Groups|
|Beginning in February 2021, ANZSJA’s Professional Development Program will be offering dream and clinical discussion groups. These will be in addition to the 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.|
For further seminar information, details about reading groups or to be placed on the ANZSJA mailing list please contact: email@example.com
Enrolment is at ANZSJA’s discretion.