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June 22, 2021

Ven. Dr. Medagama Vajiragnana; ; Ven Myokyo-ni; Dr Desmund Biddulph: The Jungian Self, The Buddhist No Self - 06.05.92 Harry Wilmer: The Dynamics of Transference and Countertransference: A Model of Inner Dialogue and Parallel Processing. Response from Randolph S. Charlton. IAAP, Paris, 09.08.89 Esther Green: Through The Unknown Remembered Gate - Aspects of Separation and Migration - SAP talk, 12.10.96 ...

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What is schizophrenia

June 22, 2021

Archie Carfrae discusses a recent crucial development in the treatment of schizophrenia. A team of researchers, led by Dr Natasza Orlov of Kings College London, have recently published an article in Nature which outlines a potential breakthrough in the treatment of auditory verbal hallucinations (AVH) in people with schizophrenia, and most likely anyone who experiences AVHs. Delusions or Hallucinations To clarify what this means, it is important to delineate what an AVH is, especially in the c ...

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Transgender Children and Young People

June 22, 2021

Bob Withers, a member of the SAP, explains the reasons for writing the 2018 book ‘Transgender Children and Young People; Born in your own body’ edited by H. Brunskell Evans and M. Moore. As a contributor to this book, I would like to explain what it is about and why I think it is important. In recent years there has been a huge increase in the number of young people identifying as transgender. The Tavistock Gender Identity Development Service in London, for instance, saw its referrals rise ...

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Everyday Evils

June 22, 2021

Dr Coline Covington, a member of the SAP, has recently published a book on the evils committed by "ordinary" people in different contexts  Evil is a word that is used to cover many of the horrors we hear or see every day in the media. After writing a regular column for The Week online for nearly a decade about current events, many of them covering atrocities committed by individuals or groups, I repeatedly asked myself the question, “How could anyone do something like that?” I discovere ...

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Introduction to Jung: a weekend exploration

June 22, 2021

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 thera ...

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Supporting good mental health in the workplace

June 22, 2021

Andrew Russell, our librarian, recently attended a symposium put on by the Mental Health Foundation on mental health in the workplace There are over 31 million people in the workplace and 1 in 5 suffer from a mental health problem during their lifetime – most whilst working. Approximately 86% of those affected said working helps. Yet less than 40% of Managers feel confident in dealing with mental health issues. Many employees do not disclose for fear of being judged. A theme at the Symposium ...

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Michael Fordham prize winners announced

June 22, 2021

[caption id="attachment_1796" align="alignleft" width="170"] Michael Fordham, a founder of the SAP[/caption] The joint winners of the 2016 Michael Fordham prize for the best articles in the Journal of Analytical Psychology are: Sue Austin, "Working with chronic and relentless self-hatred, self-harm and existential shame: a clinical study and reflections" Salvatore Martini, "Embodying analysis: the body and the therapeutic process" More information, including access to the papers, is ava ...

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