Discussions

12
Sep

Jung North West

The Society of Analytical Psychology invites you to an innovative, residential weekend based in Grasmere, Lake District, U.K. Friday tea-time March 22nd through to Sunday lunch March 24th 2019 Lake View Country House, Lake […]

09
Jul

Video games have opened a new world of research

by Archie Carfrae At my university, whilst completing a psychology degree, a very small portion of my final mark is determined by my participation in the university’s research. Psychology students […]

01
May

What is laughter?

What is laughter? A new post by Archie Carfrae considering an important part of our everyday lives. Yesterday when working at my other placement the subject of laughter was brought […]

08
Dec

Taking mental health seriously

In his second post, Archie argues that workplaces need to act if they are really taking mental health seriously. Back in August our Librarian, Andrew Russell, wrote in our blog […]

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 […]

22
Jan

The Revenge of Freud: CBT and psychoanalysis

Oliver Burkeman has written in the Guardian a long, and gripping, article on the clash between Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and psychoanalysis. Psychoanalysis has been declining over recent years, partly […]