Sunday, June 8th, 2014 | 2:00PM – 5:15PM
A Presentation by Sonu Shamdasani on Jung’s Red Book
co-sponsored by Sandplay Therapists of America and C.G. Jung Society, Seattle
Sonu Shamdasani, editor of Jung’s Red Book, has been invited to Seattle as a keynote speaker by Sandplay Therapists of America for their National Conference June 5 – 8 at the Red Lion Hotel on Fifth Avenue in Seattle.
Following the conference, there will be a post-conference on Sunday afternoon, co-sponsored by STA and the Seattle C.G. Jung Society in which Sonu Shamdasani will present material more specific to the Red Book.
Sonu Shamdasani is Philemon Professor of Jung History at University College London. He is the author of numerous publications including his work over many years as editor of the previously unpublished Red Book by C.G. Jung. He is currently editing Jung’s Black Books for publication. His most recent works are C.G. Jung: A Biography in Books (2012) and, with James Hillman, The Lament of the Dead, Psychology After Jung’s Red Book, available in August, 2013. Previous publications, among others, include Cult Fictions: C.G. Jung and the Founding of Analytical Psychology (1998); Jung, the … Read More »Find out more »
May 9th and 10th, 2014, M. Mae Stolte, Jungian Analyst
The Void: Abyss of Terror or Divine Source of Creativity?
“In the beginning when God created the heavens and the earth, the earth was a formless void and darkness covered the face of the deep…” Genesis 1:1
The notion of the Void has been part of the human experience since the beginning of time. Many Creation myths speak of the Void as the ‘before’ of what is known and reflection on the end of life takes us to the Void as the ‘after’ of life as we know it. In both our individual as well as collective experience the Void is usually associated with silence, emptiness and darkness and/or with loneliness, nothingness and meaninglessness.
Location: Lecture: Hickman Room 110, U Vic
Workshop: 1907 Highpark Place
April 4th, 2014 Panel Discussion on Depression
A panel of analysts discuss the topic of depression, models and treatment
Location: David Turpin Building Room A104, UVicFind out more »
Marlene Brouwer, MTS, is a Zürich-trained Jungian Analyst with membership in the IAAP. and the Western Canadian Association of Jungian Analysts. ‘Analysis emphasizes soul work, relating with symbolic material and the inner world as well as the realization of one’s authentic self in the outer world.’ She has a special interest in Short Term Psychodynamic Therapy having trained with Akademi for Integrerende Psykoterapi at Aarhus University Psychiatric Hospital, Denmark. and is a member of the Canadian Association for Psychodynamic therapy.
Sheree Chapell, ND, is trained in ‘healing the whole person – mentally, emotionally & physically. Through education and guidance we can help you gain the control necessary to live a balanced and healthy lifestyle.’ www.hawthornehealthcentre.com
Susan McConnal, MSW, RCC, has been a coordinator for Women’s Shelter, a coordinator of Adolescent Programs in Mental Health and currently practices in Victoria working with clients in their experience of depression using an approach ‘tailored to their individual needs to help them attain the personal growth they are striving for.’
Catherine Ellis, MA, RCC, IAAP, ISST, is a Jungian Analyst with a special interest in Sandplay; she believes ‘Healing and Personality Development occur when the Body, Mind and Spiritual levels are all involved. ‘Jungian Analysis addresses both … Read More »Find out more »
Stan Tomandl, MA, PWD, a founding member of the Jung Society of Victoria, received his degrees from the Process Work Institute in 1996. In 1998 he and Ann Jacob joined as husband and wife team in their Victoria practice, Process Oriented Facilitation.
“I began reading Carl Jung’s Collected Works 35 years ago, while staying up for the night calving shift, ranching in the Cariboo. I finished reading the Collected Works in Victoria while attending university to learn more about people and less about cows! I was also studying body work. Wondering how Jungian psychology and body work fit together, I discovered ‘Somatic Consciousness’ by Arnold Mindell [Quadrant, V. 14, No 1. 1981]. I said to myself, “This guy has saved me 20 years of research.” I was hooked and have been on the Process Oriented Psychology trail ever since.Find out more »
Marlene Brouwer completed a Diploma in Analytical Psychology at the
C.G. Jung Institute, Zürich, 1999. She has professional membership in the International Association for Analytical Psychology and Western Canada Association of Jungian Analysts which authorize practice as a designated Jungian Analyst and psychotherapist. Her background includes a B.A. and Master’s degree in Theological Studies (Pastoral Counseling and Feminist Theology) from St. Stephen’s College, University of Alberta. She practiced 10 years in Denmark as a Jungian Psychoanalyst and Supervisor/Trainer, and took additional training over 6 years in Intensive Short Term Psychodynamic Therapy while participating on the Executive board of the Academy for Integrated Psychotherapy, Aarhus University Psychiatric Hospital. She has a private practice offering Jungian Analysis and short term psychotherapy in downtown Victoria.
November 1, 2013 – Marlene Brouwer, Jungian Analyst
Marlene Brouwer will speak on Archetypes and Archetypal Forms of the Feminine In Our Psyches.
Inside every psyche live strong archetypal urges that may or may not come to full expression in one’s life. When these archetypal stirrings are realized, one may feel a deep sense of fulfillment and purpose in his or her being. When one does not, s/he may feel a deep sense of dissatisfaction and frustration.
Location: Lecture: Hickman, Room 110, U VicFind out more »
We dull our lives by the way we conceive them. We need a fresh way of looking at the importance of our lives. Looking for the acorn affects how we see each other and ourselves, letting us find some beauty in what we see and so love what we see. In The Soul’s code: In Search of Character and Calling, James Hillman, the founder of Archetypal Psychology, offers an inspiring and provocative vision of how we create meaning in our lives. Marlene Schiwy, Ph.D. will focus on Hillman’s “acorn theory” and the role of the “invisibles” in our lives—what it means to live our lives in relationship to beauty, mystery and myth.
Lecture Location: University Victoria
Workshop Location: Sleeping Dog Farm Retreat
Sept. 27th and 28th 2013 – Dr. Marlene Schiwy
Dr. Schiwy will lecture on James Hillman and the Soul’s Code
“Stories move in circles. They don’t go in straight lines. There are stories inside stories and stories between stories, and finding your way through is as easy and as hard as finding your way home.” Deena Metzger Writing for Your Life.
Every life is filled with stories. In this writing workshop we will explore the creative possibilities of autobiography and memoir.
Locations: Lecture: Hickman, Room 110, U Vic
Workshop: Sleeping Dog Farm
May 3 and 4, 2013 – John Betts, MA (Psych) Originally graduating as a psychologist from the University of Cape Town in 1989, John trained as a Jungian Analyst in 2004 and, since then, has practiced here in Victoria. John specializes in Jungian Psychoanalysis and is particularly interested and enthusiastic about dream analysis. His probable topic will be Fairy tales. See: www.jungian.caFind out more »
March 1 and 2, 2013 – Dr. Mary Alice Long PhD Play = Peace ™ Mary Alice is a Seattle-based Jungian therapist who believes in the importance and benefits of imagination, dreams, play and creativity for adults as well as children. Mary Alice earned her PhD in clinical psychology with an emphasis in depth psychology from the Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is a working artist/writer with a background in parent and maternal-child education, health education, nursing, social work, psychology and the arts. In Play To Be Healthy, Mary Alice will assist the unfolding of our personal creative capacity to access our innate playful nature.
See: www.playequalspeace.com and www.creativityinplay.com.Find out more »
February 1 and 2, 2013 – Dr. Karen Evers-Fahey PhD Karen lives, teaches and practices in Victoria. Her lecture and workshop will focus on Dreams and Individuation in the Second Half of Life. She is interested in the ways that the psyche supports and encourages development of the soul in individuals as they enter their 5th, 6th, and 7th decade onwards. This, Karen suggests, is when development of the inner world takes centre stage as achievement in the outer world becomes less urgent. See: www.Evers-fahey.shawwebspace.ca or Google: Karen Evers-Fahey PhD (RCC).Find out more »
Nov. 2 and 3, 2012 – Marlene Brouwer Masters in Theological Studies has a postgraduate diploma in Analytical Psychology and is an accredited Zurich-trained Jungian Analyst. After completing 10 years of practice in Aarhus, Denmark, she, recently, returned to live and work in Red Deer, Alberta. Her topic is The Symbolic Life – the Rituals and Rhythms That Make Life Human. In the lecture, she will examine ritualistic behaviours that, in each of us, are habitual, compulsive and, in some cases, even destructive. Her workshop will present opportunities for personal reflection, journaling and sharing. See: www.jungianconsultant.net.Find out more »
The Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies (JSSS, http://www.thejungiansociety.org) respectfully requests that you make the following announcement to your membership for the 12th Annual Conference of Research in Jung and Analytical Psychology:
Psyche and Society: The Work of the Unconscious
To be held in Chicago, IL, July 24-27, 2013
Program Chair: Dr.Alexandra Fidyk (U. of Alberta), Prof. Luke Hockley (Co-Editor International Journal of Jungian Studies)
The Call For Papers: due date, Nov 30 CFP attached or visit our website (above)
Individual members who would like to be placed on our mailing list can contact me with NAME, preferred email address and their physical location.Find out more »