October 4, 2017
Come to an innovative, residential weekend based in beautiful Grasmere in the heart of the Lake District
Friday tea-time, March 9th through to Sunday brunch, March 11th 2018
Each year the SAP runs a sell-out Foundations Course in London. We have decided to develop a new format – a long weekend in the Lake District – covering an introduction to Jung’s ideas and approach to psychotherapy.
Over the weekend, we will be introducing our favourite Jungian ideas with illustrations from our therapeutic practice. To allow the experience to be digested and personalized, we will be providing facilitated, reflective learning groups, social dreaming workshops, and even a guided walk.
The Lake District National Park is a newly appointed World Heritage Site. It enjoys a unique place and meaning amongst the population of the British Isles and beyond. With breath-taking beauty and a rich Romantic poetic history, Grasmere in particular has an unparalleled ability to provide an excellent ‘retreat’ location for Jungian introductory courses.
The weekend provides 10 hours towards continuing professional development. A minimum attendance of 80% is required to receive a course completion certificate.
SAP members involved this weekend will be Roselyn Abbott (host and group facilitator), with speakers Christopher Perry and Susanna Wright.
Christopher Perry is an SAP supervising analyst, who supervises for both the SAP and the British Psychotherapy Foundation. He has previously been the SAP Director of Training. Christopher is author of ‘Listen to the Voice Within: a Jungian Approach to Pastoral Care’. He works in private practice and teaches on various psychotherapy training courses. For several years, Christopher was an expert witness for Refugee and Migrant Justice in the UK.
Susanna Wright is a supervising analyst for the Society of Analytical Psychology, the British Psychotherapy Foundation and the Westminster Pastoral Foundation. She worked for several years as an analyst for trainees of the International Association of Analytical Psychology in St Petersburg and has very recently retired from a 5-year term as Co-editor in Chief of the Journal of Analytical Psychology, the foremost international Jungian publication in the English language, for which she organised conferences in Berlin, London and New York. She holds an MA in the psychodynamics of organisations and has worked in organisational consultancy, as well as lecturing and teaching on clinical training programmes in the UK and overseas. Susanna works mainly in private practice in London and Kendal.
Roselyn Abbott is a trustee and member of the SAP, a Jungian Analyst, a member of the Group Analytic Society International, the British Association for Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Supervision and is a registered Mentalization Based Treatment Practitioner. She has extensive experience working as a Psychotherapist, Supervisor and Group Analyst within the NHS including forensic services, specialising in working with women and personality disorders. Ros holds an MA in Intercultural and Group Therapy, works in private practice as a Jungian Analyst and Group Analyst, and provides group-analytic reflective practice for SAP analytic trainees. Having published articles on group analysis, she is currently the editor of the Film & Culture section of the Journal of Analytical Psychology.