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Advanced Seminars in Depth Psychology – Noted Presenters – Small Group Setting

The Jung Club Schedule: 2016-17

 Fridays, 1-5 pm

www.thejungclub.com

(4 CE’s each)

Venue:
America-Italy Society of Philadelphia
1420 Walnut Street, Suite 310
Philadelphia, PA 19102
 

September 16, 2016
Pauli Jung Letters 1932-1958 : Jung's friendship/ collaboration with Wolfgang Pauli

Wolfgang Pauli, a towering figure in 20th century physics, contacted Jung in 1930 during a time of personal crisis about the possibility of his undergoing analysis. This was the beginning of a friendship and collaboration between the two that only ended with Pauli's death in 1958. Their interesting correspondence has been published as "Atom and Archetype: the Pauli-Jung Letters 1932-1958" edited by C.A. Meier---Princeton University Press. These letters and commentary on them in a number of books will be the basis of the discussion.

Gino Segre`, PhD was born in Florence, Italy in 1938 and grew up in New York and Italy. He is a graduate of Harvard University (A.B. 1959) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Ph.D. 1963). He is a professor, now emeritus, in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Pennsylvania and has been a visiting professor at M.I.T and at Oxford University as well as a visiting Fellow at CERN (Centre Europeen Recherches Nucleaires) and the University of California. Well known in high energy-particle theoretical physics and in astrophysics, Segre` has received awards from the National Science Foundation, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the John S. Guggenheim Foundation, the John D. Rockefeller Foundation, the Liguria Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy. In 2008 he was a finalist in the Los Angeles Times Book Fair and won the American Institute of Physics Award for Best Science Writing. He is the author of over 100 papers in his field, several popular articles and three books for the general public: A Matter of Degrees---What Temperature Reveals About the Past and Future of Our Species, Planet and Universe; Faust in Copenhagen--- A Struggle for the Soul of Physics; Ordinary Geniuses, Max Delbruck, George Gamow and the Origins of Genomics and Big-Bang Cosmology.

October  21,2016
Rethinking the Gender Issue using C.G. Jung’s Concept of Contrasexual Archetypes.

This seminar will explore the masculine and feminine issues as experienced by today’s women and men in the light of feminism and current research in sociology, anthropology and analytical psychology. I shall try to demonstrate that after decades of women’s movements and economic and other progress, C.G. Jung’s concept of the animus and anima remains the best available comprehensive tool to understand the psychological complexities of the gender issue.

Manisha Roy, Ph.D., I.A.A.P is an anthropologist and a senior Jungian analyst trained in Zurich and has been practicing for close to forty years in more than one continent. She has been in the teaching and supervising faculty of the Boston Jung Institute for thirty years. A former professor of anthropology, Dr. Roy has taught and lectured in many parts of the world and has published extensively in two languages. Among nine books she has published, three are as co-editors and her first book Bengali Women (1976) is used as a text in many Women’s Studies departments of various universities. Her latest book is a memoir titled My Four Homes. Dr. Roy also writes fiction. She has also published 38 articles including several short stories.

April 21, 2017
 

Summary: “We must get at the Eastern values from within and not from without, seeking them in ourselves, in the unconscious. We shall then discover how great is our fear of the unconscious and how formidable are our resistances. Because of these resistances we doubt…the self-liberating power of the introverted mind.” Jung,CW11:773

Psychiatrist C.G. Jung was one of the first founders of analytic/depth psychology to be interested in meditation. After a brief review of Jung’s discoveries and psychodynamic methods, we will discuss mindfulness and its practices and how Jung’s approach combined with mindfulness meditation can enhance therapeutic outcomes. We will also explore the most recent research on mindfulness practices and their impact on the functions of the brain, as well as their effect on emotional, interpersonal, behavioral, cognitive and self-dysregulation. Jung’s approach will be used to show how experiencing, understanding, and accepting these meditative states can enhance the healing of deep psychological wounds.

Presenter: Pamela Donleavy, J.D., NCPsyA

Pamela Donleavy is a Jungian Analyst, psychotherapist in private practice, NY Licensed Psychoanalyst, and lawyer. She is a training analyst, supervisor, and faculty member of the C.G. Jung Institute in Boston where she is the former President. She is also formerly the president of the New England Society of Jungian Analysts and on the Board of Directors of the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP in New York). She holds a Certificate of Training in Mindfulness and Psychotherapy from the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy, and has participated in numerous extended meditation retreats led by distinguished teachers and clinicians at the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, MA. Her book, From Ancient Myth to Modern Healing, Themis: Goddess of Heart-Soul, Justice and Reconciliation (Routledge), was co-authored with Ann Shearer. Pam is a contributor to the book Psychotherapy in the Wake of War: Discovering Multiple Psychoanalytic Traditions (Aronson). She has authored several articles in professional journals and lectures widely. Formerly, she was a state and federal prosecutor in Philadelphia.

Program Learning Objectives: This course will teach participants to:

  1. Define mindfulness and describe mindfulness practice techniques.

  2. Summarize the impacts of mindfulness meditation on the functions and structure of the brain.

  3. Describe C.G. Jung’s contribution to psychodynamic and mindfulness theory.

  4. Describe how Jungian and mindfulness theories may complement each other for enhanced psychological healing in the clinical setting.

  5. Practice a mindful approach to the psyche and discuss the technique (including the concept of “emptiness”) in dyads.

  6. Discuss and experience a mindful approach and plan ways to productively incorporate this modality into the clinical setting.

May 12, 2017


Summary:
Dreams often provide a stunningly accurate portrayal of one's inner life and the ways this is manifested in the outer world. So too, does the dream speak to the nature and strength of a client’s complexes and provides an orientation into the nature of the work needing to occur in treatment. Where Freud viewed the dream image as a means to activate the free associational process, Jung looked at the image more as a highly specific rendering of an innate personal and universal collective domain. The meaning of images serves as an "orientation marker" to help the therapist and patient understand the patient's life.
 

In this seminar, Dr Conforti will discuss the Jungian approach to dream imagery and present participants with what may be called an "ontological" and "archetypal” approach to dream symbols. In looking at actual dreams from clinical practice, we will explore the structure of the dream, from the opening scene (the Exposition) to the dream’s ending (the Lysis). We will seek to use dreams to better understand such clinical elements as the patient's diagnosis, the nature and strength of unresolved issues, and the therapeutic issues needing to be addressed.

Presenter: Michael Conforti, PhD

Michael Conforti, PhD is a Jungian analyst, author, and founder/director of the Assisi Institute. He has been a faculty member at the C.G. Jung Institute - Boston, the C.G Jung Foundation of New York, and for many years served as a Senior Associate faculty member in the Doctoral and Master's Programs in Clinical Psychology at Antioch New England. A pioneer in the field of matter-psyche studies, Dr. Conforti actively investigates the workings of archetypal fields and the relationship between Jungian psychology and the New Sciences. He lectures nationally and internationally as a consultant to businesses, government institutions, and the film industry, including the C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich and Jungian organizations in Venezuela, Denmark, Italy and Canada. He served as script consultant on the film, Pride and Glory, and is the author of Field, Form, and Fate: Patterns in Mind, Nature & Psyche, Threshold Experiences: The Archetype of Beginnings, and the forth-coming Hidden Presence: Complexes, Possessions, and Redemption. His articles have appeared in Psychological Perspectives, and World Futures: The Journal of General Evolution. Dr. Conforti maintains a private practice in Vermont, and was selected by The Club of Budapest and the U. of Potsdam to be part of a 20 member international team of physicists, biologists, and dynamical systems theorists to examine the influence of informational fields. He is a recipient of the Vision Award presented by the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis and is a Senior Fellow of the James MacGregor Burns Academy of Leadership at the U. of Maryland.

Program Learning Objectives: This course will enable participants to:

  1. Discuss a beginning understanding of C.G. Jung's Approach to Dreams

  2. Define what is meant by an "ontological" and "archetypal" approach to symbolic material

  3. Define and detect the nature and workings of patients “complexes” through dream imagery

  4. Use dream material to help make a thoughtful diagnosis and prognosis of the client's clinical condition

  5. Compare the relationship of a Jungian approach to dreams with other analytically- informed treatments.


Registration will be limited to 12-15 participants. Contact Jay Jemail, Ph.D. 302 218 5008  jayjemail@comcast.net  Events scheduled in 2017 for CE credits are pending
 

 

For Registration and additional information go to Registration Form, Print & Send or contact Jay Ann Jemail, Ph.D. at 302 218 5008 or jayjemail@jemailternes.com