JAP's X11th International Conference
Thursday 29 May to Sunday 1 June 2014
The Varieties of Jungian Clinical Experience: Complex, Identity, Intersubjectivity
Berlin Hilton, Mohrenstraße 30, Gendarmenmarkt, 10117, Germany
This conference takes place a century after the rift between Freud and Jung and the foundation of the Association for Analytical Psychology in July 1914. With an eye to the cross-fertilizing influences since that time, such as child analysis and psychoanalysis through Michael Fordham in London, and more recently in the USA the relational and intersubjective approaches, we will take a close look at contemporary clinical practice. What are our current views about these cross-fertilizing influences? Do we still feel a tension between 'synthetic' and 'reductive' analysis? And how are we influenced by the particular milieux—geographical and cultural—in which we practise analytical psychology?
Speakers include: Verena Kast, Ann Lammers, Andrew Samuels, Jan Wiener, Christian Maier, Martin Schmidt, Giovanni Sorge, Matthias von der Tann.
With sponsorship from the Society of Analytical Psychology, London, and the Fund for the Advancement of Jungian Psychoanalysis.
Continuing Professional Development:: Participants will be eligible for Continuing Professional Development Certificates / Continuing Education Credits.
Enquiries relating to the conference: firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue contact: Ms Bettina Herzog
Bettina.Herzog@hilton.com +49 30 20230 2257