An Introductory Course in Jungian and Post-Jungian Concepts

This course introduces key Jungian and Post–Jungian concepts in analytical psychology through a series of seminars presented by members of the SAP and by selected guest speakers. The course is an introduction to how SAP members incorporate these concepts, as well as psychoanalytic concepts, into their particular orientation toward clinical work. Each seminar includes opportunities for discussion in both main- and small-group settings, the latter being facilitated by members of the SAP.

The course is led by Edith Eligator.

30 evenings running from September 2024 to July 2025

  • Venue: Online, hosted by the home-base of  The Society of Analytical Psychology, London
  • Wednesday evenings
  • Format: Seminar:  19:00 – 20:15; Small groups:  20:30 – 21:30

Please download the 2024-25 Foundation Course Application

To get an overview of the course, you can look at 2024-25 Programme.

For further information or clarifications, please contact call 020 7435 7696 or fill in the contact form below.

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


    Edith Eligator

    Edith Eligator is a member of the Society for Analytical Psychology and works in private practice in Cambridge. She previously worked doing biological research and in educational computing. She has done further training in working with somatic trauma.