Jungian Process & Experiential Group (JPEG)

This is a once monthly on-going learning experience programme

"The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct acting from inner necessity. The creative mind plays with the objects it loves." Carl Jung

This exciting programme aims to meet the following interests of participants:

JPEG meetings are held on a Saturday afternoon once a month in London

2pm - 3.15pm: Reading/Discussion/Process/Experiential Seminar
3.15pm - 3.35pm: Tea Break
3.35pm - 4.35pm: Small learning groups
4.35pm - 5pm: Plenary

Entry requirement: Open only to anyone who has completed the SAP Foundations in Analytical Psychology.
Venue: The Society of Analytical Psychology
Cost: £480

Programme (2013-14)




28th September 2013

Dissociation and the Body

Bob Withers

26th October 2013

Freud’s Night Visitors

Stephen Gross & Cast

30th November 2013

Brutal Tyrants – Brutal Servants: Struggles with perversion

Malcolm Rushton

December 2013

No Meeting


25th January 2014

An Introduction to BodySoul Rhythms and the work of Canadian Analyst Marian Woodman

Wendy Bratherton

22nd February 2014

The Self

JPEG Facilitators

29th March 2014

The Father: Personal, Psychological & Political Perspectives

Andrew Samuels

26th April 2014


JPEG Facilitators

31st May 2014

Role as a way of Being – a brief introduction to psychodrama psychotherapy

Anna Chesner

28th June 2014

The Body as Home

Nina Papadopoulos

26th July 2014

The Shadow

Christopher Perry

August 2014

No Meeting


Note: Please click on the link above to download the programme.

Convenor: Jay Barlow


We are not accepting any more applications for 2013-14.


For further information or clarifications, please contact the Education & Training Administrator on 020 7419 8896 or training@thesap.org.uk

We reserve the right to cancel or alter any part of the programme due to unforeseen circumstances.

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What some participants have to say about JPEG:


This year's JPEG was an inspiring and enjoyable experience of exploring the workings and influence of the unconscious through a variety of media.  What was very special about JPEG was that the presenters never spoke down to the group participants, but involved them actively in something very important to them.


JPEG has been an incredibly enlivening and enriching personal growth experience. It is one of the best analytic learning groups I have been involved with as it offers a space in which to learn from bodily and felt experience rather than focusing on gaining 'academic' knowledge.


The Jungian Play and Experimental group provided a valuable and meaningful forum for exploration of Jungian ideas in a group setting. I enjoyed every session and would recommend the course to anyone interested in furthering a deeper interest in the application of all things Jungian.


I have really enjoyed the Experiential Group over the last year.  It has helped me to keep connected with the SAP and be a part of a group that is learning at the same time in similar ways over a prolonged period.  I really value the opportunity it has given me to reflect further on themes arising from the introductory lecture series. The JPEG is another strand of preparation for the training which I am planning to apply for over the next year or so. I look forward to the JPEG 2013-2014 series.


I thoroughly enjoyed the course. The experiential aspect and a deliberate lack of a spoken word (or its limited use) provided for a wonderful balance to often over intellectualised atmosphere in which we attempt to understand ourselves and the world around us. Many of the sessions helped me get in touch with my primitive self where healing and relatedness can happen outside of the realm of my mind.


Every meeting has felt consistently unique, unknown and exciting.  The JPEG days have been prepared and organised in a considered manner and the facilitation is sensitive, interactive yet non-imposing.  The JPEG days breathe all the wonderful qualities of play, self-reflection and exploration back into the mystery of what it is to be human and leans less towards the theoretical, which often can be passed around as outworn intellectual umbrellas within our learning institutes.