Date(s) - 20/04/2017 - 23/04/2017
Roosevelt Hotel, New York
Early bird booking by 30 November
Jung’s early interest in complexes and subsequent focus on archetypes, particularly their inclination toward personification and autonomy, led the way in studies of dissociation. More recently, conceptualizations of an unrepressed unconscious are making an important contribution to this ongoing debate and have again brought Jungian perspectives on the ‘not yet conscious’ to the fore.
Our plenary speakers – who include Don Kalsched, Donnel Stern, Coline Covington and Margaret Wilkinson – will be offering a diversity of approaches that contextualize, explore and critique our Jungian contribution to this field.