Introducing talks

16
Oct

Transgender and therapy

Bob Withers, an SAP analyst, describes his interest in working with trans people.  He will be speaking on the clinical implications of working with transgender people in a forthcoming talk. […]

26
May

Coming to Rock Bottom

Dr Mary Addenbrooke explains why Jungian ideas are important in understanding addiction We need to talk more about – what makes a person who is addicted quit their addiction for […]

20
Oct

Temporality and Shame

Hessel Willemsen, a Training Analyst, describes the clinical implications of the relationship between temporality and shame Temporality is lived time, the time of our lives, and not the abstract time […]

19
Oct

Finding Attunement

Averil Williams, a member of the SAP, thinks about the value of music therapy to her work with psychotic patients As psychotherapists or analysts we often have experiences of working with […]

19
Sep

The Adolescent archetype and Goldilocks

Some thoughts about the Adolescent archetype and Goldilocks Marica Rytovaara, a Training Analyst with the SAP, is speaking on the adolescent archetype and the Goldilocks Factor on 1 October. Returning from […]

16
Sep

Re-reading Midnight’s Children

Toby Brothers is director of the London Literary Salon. As I re-read Midnight’s Children in preparation for our work together, I am thinking anew about how literature approaches the contradictions […]

26
Apr

The SAP’s Foundations Course

The Foundations Course is for anyone interested in learning more about Jung’s ideas, and the relevance and impact they have in our lives, both at an individual level and also collectively […]

18
Apr

Why don’t psychotherapists laugh?

Ann Shearer writes about her new book “Why Don’t Psychotherapists Laugh? Enjoyment and the Consulting Room” which is published on 21 April.  It is available at Routledge (use promo code […]

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