C. G. Jung

The Jung Club



Find a Therapist


Contact Us

Current CE Seminars

No CurrenttSeminars
Register for a Seminar
  Seminar Registration

Previous Faculty


Licensed Professionals
   Join our Website




The Jung Club Schedule 2011-2012

Fridays, 1-5 pm
The Academy House, 1420 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa.


September 23, 2011

BETWEEN WINNICOTT and LACAN: Working with Individuals and Couples
Deborah Anna Luepnitz, Ph.D., is on the Clinical Faculty of the Dept of Psychiatry at the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine. She is the author of The Family Interpreted: Psychoanalysis, Feminism, and Family Therapy (Basic Books, 1992) and Schopenhauer’s Porcupines (2002) which has been translated into six languages. Dr. Luepnitz is one of the few Americans to have had both a Middle Group and a Lacanian personal analysis. She has worked for many years to foster a dialogue between the French and Anglo-American traditions. She was a contributing author to the Cambridge Companion to Lacan. Her article Thinking in the Space between Winnicott and Lacan was published in the International Journal of Psychoanalysis in 2009. Six years ago, Dr. Luepnitz launched I.F.A. (Insight For All) a group of analysts who work pro bono with formerly homeless adults now living at Philadelphia's Project H.O.M.E. Proceeds from her books go to Project H.O.M.E.

October 28, 2011
The RED BOOK OF CG JUNG: His Inner World & His Understanding of the Psyche
Erminia Scarcella, MD, is a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in private practice in Washington DC. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor of George Washington Medical University, President of JSW [ Jung Society of Washington DC], and Designated Physician of the Embassy of Italy, where she is the founder of the Embassy Disaster Preparedness Program. Dr. Scarcella specialized in Neurology and Psychiatry in the State University in Rome, Italy. Also in Rome, she attended the Jungian Institute and worked in a psychiatric hospital before coming to the United States, where she graduated from a USA residency program in psychiatry in 1985. She has worked full time at Veterans Administrative Hospital until 1990 and at Walter Reed Army Medical Center until 1995. She has had her private practice from 1991 to present.

February 24, 2012

BECOMING HUMAN; Infant Observation of an In-Vitro Baby Utilizing the Tavistock Method
Brian Feldman, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist, child, adolescent and adult Jungian psychoanalyst in Palo Alto, California, and an infant observation (Tavistock model) seminar leader. He is on the training faculties of the Jung Institute of San Francisco and the Inter-regional Society of Jungian Analysts. He is a member of the International Group of Infant Observation Trainers, and lectures and publishes in the areas of infant observation, and child/adolescent and adult analysis in the U.S., Latin America and Europe. He trained as a clinical psychologist at the University of California at Berkeley and as an analyst at the Jung Institute of San Francisco and with Michael Fordham at the Society of Analytical Psychology in London. He has served as chief of clinical psychology in the Department of Child Psychiatry at Stanford Medical Center and has been a visiting scholar at the University of Campinas, Department of Psychiatry, Sao Paulo, Brazil; and at the Russian Academy of Science, Institute of Psychology, Moscow.

April 13, 2012
FORGIVENESS, The Unforgivable and Redemption: A Clinical Perspective
Michael Conforti, PhD, is a Jungian Analyst, founder and director of the Assisi Institute. He has been a faculty member at the CGJung Institute-Boston and the CGJung Foundation of New York and Antioch New England. A pioneer in the field of matter-psych studies, he is investigating archetypal fields and the relationship between Jungian psychology and the New Sciences. He has presented to a wide range of national and international audiences, including the CGJung Institute- Zurich and Jungian organizations in Venezuela, Denmark, Italy and Canada. He is the author Threshold Experience: the Archetype of Beginning and Field, Form and Fate: Patterns in Mind, Nature and Psyche. His articles have appeared in Psychology Perspective, San Francisco Jung Library Journal, Roundtable Press, World Future: the Journal of General Evolution, and Spring. Dr. Conforti maintains a private practice in Vermont, where he serves as a state-appointed advisor to the Board of Psychoanalysts. A consultant to businesses, government institutions, and the film industry, he recently served as script consultant on the film, Pride and Glory. He has applied field theory to the understanding and resolution of international border disputes and was selected by the Club of Budapest and University of Potsdam to be part of an international team to examine the role of informational fields. He is a recipient of the Vision Award from the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysts.

May 2012 Seminar
MEMORY and the Remembrance of Things Past
Margery Quackenbush, PHD, is the Executive Director of the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP). She is a graduate of the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies and recipient of the Miriam Berkman Spotnitz Award for Scholarly Excellence. In 2004, she received the first Outstanding Professional Service Award for the American board for Accrditation in Psycholanalysis. She is the author of Recent Research on Memory by Dr. Kandel, Recent Brain Experiments on Memory, and Recent Research on Dreams and Memory; a final project presented to the Directors of international University for Graduate Studies. She has Taught courses on Neuroscience and Psychoanalysis, been a panelist on Emotional Memory at the Fairlawn Public Library, conducted workshops on The Humor Cure in Reversing Depression, and The Death of the Mother/Analyst. Dr. Quackenbush maintains a private practice in NYC.