Would the world today have been better off without religion? In this presentation I will argue No. One of our greatest needs as human beings is the need to belong. CPD accreditation under application.
Presented by Johann Graaff | The Golden Age of Fairy Tale Illustration: the role of the visual image in remaking legends, myths and children’s stories. CPD accredited.
Presented by Denise Grobbelaar | Nature - an extension of the Archetype of the Self as embodied in the image of the White Lion. Denise examines Nature as a dynamic extension of our psyche in terms of Jung’s Archetype of the Self. CPD accredited.
Presented by Stephen Bloch | Iconoclastic, contrarian and provocative Hillman nevertheless remains one of the more significant post-Jungians.This seminar will explore his central ideas ,in particular in his two masterpieces Re-Visioning Psychology and The Dream and the Underworld. Emphasis will be placed in the clinical implications of his perspective. CPD accredited.
Presented by Renee Ramsden | This seminar will be exploring the archetypal images of transformation as depicted in the alchemical series the Rosarium Philosophorum and its similarities to the more ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead, the Amduat. CPD accredited.
This 8 week online course invites all registered clinicians to explore the Enneagram as a useful therapeutic tool in assisting their clients to uncover their behavioural and personality patterns, and thereby awakening their ‘inner observer’. CPD accreditation under application.
The Global Pandemic of Authoritarian Politics: Trump, Modi and the Joker Archetype | Online Lecture by Johann GraaffJo Hill2020-07-18T11:25:58+02:00
There has been a dramatic increase in the number of authoritarian governments across the world in the last 10 years. More distressing has been the degree to which these governments and these leaders have been supported by voters. How do we explain this bizarre phenomenon from a Jungian point of view?
Based on the autobiographical book by Saroo Brierley, A Long Way Home, Lion tells the true story of how Brierley, 25 years after being separated from his family in Burhanpur, sets out to find them. Lion is the story of a life lost and found.
In this talk, Grace Reid, US trained psychologist and Jungian Analyst in private practice, Cape Town, will be examining the persona, described by Jung as “a complicated system of relations between individual consciousness and society, a kind of mask to make a definite impression upon others, but also to conceal the true nature of the individual.” The talk will focus on different ways that the persona may function.