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01 Grundlagen der Analytischen Psychologie

01 02 Lecture

Christiana Ludwig, MH
Tuesday
8 September 2020 | 17:00–18:45
English
The Structure of the Soul and the Nature of Psyche

The lecture intends to point out how C. G. Jung developed key conceptual ideas as proposed in CW VII and CW VIII in differentiation from Freud and within the context of his time and of history of ideas.


01 08 Lecture

Isabelle Meier, Dr. phil.
Thursday
10 September 2020 | 17:00–18:45
English
The Significance of the Symbol in Analytical Psychology

The symbol is one of the most important basics in Analytical Psychology of C.G. Jung. In addition to dreams and active imagination, it allows direct access to the unconscious.


01 12 Lecture

Deborah Egger-Biniores, MSW
Friday
11 September 2020 | 19:00–20:45
English
Other areas of interest: 11 & 12
Working with the Body and the Imagination in the Analytical Process

The transference relationship in analysis is chiefly non verbal, even though we spend the majority of our analytic hours talking. In this course we will be looking at ways to be more aware of the messages from our bodies and our imagination to understand the depth of communication between people.


01 13 Open Seminar

Jutta von Buchholtz, PhD
Saturday & Sunday
12 September 2020 | 10:00–11:45
13 September 2020 | 10:00–11:45
English
Other areas of interest: 04 & 07
Mind the Gap: Becoming Conscious of Complexes

It is Carl Jung’s great contribution to discover and focus on the creative potential of our complexes. He demonstrated in the WAE that gaps in consciousness provide the invisible bridge where inner and outer reality can dialogue.
Examples from the arts, neuroscience, everyday life and clinical practice will help us deepen consciousness of what might emerge from the gap: a wound as well as an opening.

01 18 Seminar

Ursula Ulmer, MA
Wednesday
16 September 2020 | 15:00–16:45
23 September 2020 | 15:00–16:45
30 September 2020 | 15:00–16:45
7 October 2020 | 15:00–16:45
14 October 2020 | 15:00–16:45
21 October 2020 | 15:00–16:45
28 October 2020 | 15:00–16:45
4 November 2020 | 15:00–16:45
11 November 2020 | 15:00–16:45
18 November 2020 | 15:00–16:45
25 November 2020 | 15:00–16:45
English
Reading Seminar, CW Vol 8: The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche

Reading this volume and discussing together.

14 ISAP Students

This course requires work on the part of the student between sessions.

01 19 Seminar

Karen Evers-Fahey, PhD
Thursday & Friday
17 September 2020 | 16:00–17:45
18 September 2020 | 15:00–16:45
English
Other areas of interest: 02 & 11
Jung’s Theory of the Ego

This course will explore Jung’s theory of the ego, working with the ego in dreams, with ego defenses, and with the ego and the Transcendent Function.

20 ISAP Students

01 21 Lecture

Andrew Fellows, PhD
Saturday
19 September 2020 | 10:00–14:45
English
CH-course No. 4
Nonlocal Mind 1: History and Evidence

The “filter” theory of mind proposed by Frederick W. H. Myers and William James — both known to Jung, and resonant with his concept of the collective unconscious — is attracting renewed interest in many disciplines. We will explore what has led to this.


01 29 Lecture

Jakob Lusensky, MSc
Friday
2 October 2020 | 10:00–14:45
English
Jungian Psychology in the Clinical Setting

This lecture will focus on the clinical contributions of C.G. Jung. It will give an overview of what Jung himself wrote about the importance of the therapeutic relationship, highlight his early contributions to the field of psychotherapy and link this to case studies from the clinical practice of today.


01 32 Lecture

Yuriko Sato, MD
Monday
5 October 2020 | 13:00–14:45
English
Personal and Impersonal Dimensions in Psychotherapy: Considerations on the Jung-Hisamatsu Dialogue

Psychotherapy for one individual is different from that for another — its personal dimension is obvious. However, Zen master Shin’ichi Hisamatsu’s question to C. G. Jung whether psychotherapy could liberate people from suffering once and for all is on a different level. We therefore explore the less obvious impersonal dimension in psychotherapy. The dialogue is in Awakening and Insight – Zen Buddhism and Psychotherapy. Edited by Polly Young-Eisendrath and Shoji Muramoto.


01 33 Lecture

Jody Schlatter, Dr. med.
Tuesday
6 October 2020 | 10:00–11:45
English
Other areas of interest: 06 & 11
How Wretched I Am: Sin, Betrayal and Failure in the Individuation of Julian of Norwich

The English woman mystic Julian of Norwich is known for her saying: “All shall be well ...” In this lecture we will look at Julian’s visions in detail. Julian felt that her initial reaction to these “Showings” was too unforgivable even to confess.


01 36 Lecture

Josephine Evetts-Secker, Prof. Emerita
Thursday & Friday
8 October 2020 | 10:00–11:45
9 October 2020 | 10:00–11:45
English
CH-course No. 3
Other areas of interest: 03 & 04
The Loss of the Numinous Image, for which Jung Says We Hunger: A Visual and Verbal Exploration

Supposedly, we live in a visual culture, hyper-alert to the image. Nevertheless, many images have lost their numinosity partly because of commercial exploitation, leaving us unsatisfied. In compensation, Jung supposes, we might be projecting luminous flying forms into the heavens. Today, even more than in the 1960s, we are so besieged by images that their energy is often discharged. How might Psyche compensate for such depletion?

01 39 Open Seminar

Antonella Adorisio, Dott.ssa
Friday
9 October 2020 | 13:00–16:45
English
CH-course No. 1
Other areas of interest: 04 & 07
Introduction to Authentic Movement

The first double hour on Friday I will introduce body work to create a safe environment, little experiences on body awareness, emotional awareness, kinesthetic communication. The second double hour will be dedicated to the explanation and practice of Authentic Movement.
Dance/movement as active imagination makes it possible to perceive psyche and body as a unity within which a series of bridges allows for passage and communication between one and the other. Authentic movement explores the inner-directed movement as a way to bridge the realms of conscious and unconscious experience. It promotes healing and creative process through individual and collective transformative journeys.
This seminar is open to all. It is required for anyone wanting to attend the intensive seminar over the weekend who has not been in a workshop with me before.


01 40 Experiential Seminar

Antonella Adorisio, Dott.ssa
Saturday & Sunday
10 October 2020 | 10:00–16:45
11 October 2020 | 10:00–13:45 (no lunch break)
English
CH-course No. 1
Other areas of interest: 04 & 07
Authentic Movement

This Seminar is open to those who have attended the Friday Seminar or had already experienced Authentic Movement. It will be dedicated to the practice of Authentic Movement. Dance/movement as active imagination makes it possible to perceive psyche and body as a unity within which a series of bridges allow for passage and communication between one and the other. Authentic movement explores the inner-directed movement as a way to bridge the realms of conscious and unconscious experience. It promotes healing and creative process through individual and collective transformative journeys.

15 ISAP Students

01 46 Open Seminar

Kathrin Schaeppi, MS, MFA
Friday
16 October 2020 | 10:00–14:45
English
Other areas of interest: 06
Basel Walking Tour: Home of Alchemy and of C.G. Jung

This is a guided walking tour of Basel that creates a parallel between C.G. Jung’s interest in alchemy and Basel as a center of alchemy in the 15th and 16th century. Besides visiting two buildings where Jung studied as well as a brief tour around the Basel Cathedral, we will venture down to Kleinhüningen to see the parish where Jung grew up and the church where his father worked. The tour ends at Totengässlein at the Pharmaceutical Museum. Costs for train tickets, museum tickets and lunch are responsibility of the participants. Further information will be provided upon request and/or registration. Registration with [email protected] mandatory. Please wear good walking shoes!


01 63 Lecture

Brigitte Egger, Dr. sc. nat. ETH
Thursday & Friday
12 November 2020 | 17:00–18:45
13 November 2020 | 17:00–18:45
19 November 2020 | 17:00–18:45
20 November 2020 | 17:00–18:45
English
The Art of Interpretation: From the Personal to the Collective Building Blocks to Jungian Psychology and Psychecology

I. Symbol: from revelation to interpretation key – a vivifying experience
II. Neurosis: Jung’s seminal neurosis theory as revealing a program
III. Projection: dynamic manifestation of unconscious motives
IV. Amplification: a basic method for psychological interpretation

01 64 Lecture

Brigitte Egger, Dr. sc. nat. ETH
Thursday & Friday
12 November 2020 | 19:00–20:45
13 November 2020 | 19:00–20:45
19 November 2020 | 19:00–20:45
20 November 2020 | 19:00–20:45
English
Animals as Guides to Soul: Psychecology Enlightens Therapy

Each animal species is an undisguised expression of basic life patterns, a unique manifestation of the world soul. Connecting with animals and their ecology as much as with their symbolic role in our dreams and in human culture may contribute to healing our dissociation from inner and outer nature. We will explore:

  • drama of predator and prey as renewal through darkness (wolf etc.)
  • hunting as a basic life pattern (deer etc.)
  • animal phobia as a call to change (snake, spider etc.)

01 67 Lecture

Nancy Krieger, PhD
Wednesday
18 November 2020 | 17:00–18:45
English
CH-courses No. 1 & No. 4
Other areas of interest: 09
Working in the Field

We will look at the analytic field both from the point of view of transference and countertransference and what might be possible scientific explanations for it. We will also consider the parallels and difference with the Bion Field Theory.


01 73 Lecture

Daniela Droescher, MA
Thursday
26 November 2020 | 15:00–16:45
English
CH-course No. 1
Introduction to Jacob Levy Moreno’s Psychodrama

Psychodrama is a more embodied way of working with the psyche. It has a potential to address hidden issues, feelings and patterns. We work with the archetypal figures and images which arise from within the participants.


Siehe auch: 02 50, 02 58, 03 59, 06 26, 06 30, 08 15, 11 27, 11 71, 13 35

02 Psychologie des Traums

02 50 Seminar

Gary Hayes, lic. phil.
Thursday
22 October 2020 | 10:00–11:45
29 October 2020 | 10:00–11:45
5 November 2020 | 10:00–11:45
12 November 2020 | 10:00–11:45
English
Other areas of interest: 01 & 11
Dreamwork in the Daily Practice

Basing our discussions on the theory and application of Jungian dreamwork, we will be working practically and actively on elucidating the structures and dynamics of working with clients’ dreams.

15 ISAP Students

This course requires extra work on the part of the student between sessions.

02 58 Lecture

Scott William Hyder, lic. phil.
Wednesday
4 November 2020 | 10:00–11:45
11 November 2020 | 10:00–11:45
18 November 2020 | 10:00–11:45
English
Other areas of interest: 01 & 11
On Dreams: In Theory and Practice

With reference to Jung’s understanding of dreams, specific dreams will be addressed.
We will work on one or two case studies with selected dreams from my practice to demonstrate both the developmental and individuation progress in analytic work.

Siehe auch: 01 19, 04 05, 05 31, 09 60, 11 38, 13 69

03 Psychologische Deutung von Mythen & Märchen

03 09 Lecture

Kathrin Schaeppi, MS, MFA
Thursday
10 September 2020 | 19:00–20:45
English
Other areas of interest: 11
What Is the Nature of the Myth You Are Living? Why Do Jungians Study Myths and Fairy Tales?

This lecture explores why Jungians interpret myths and fairy tales and creates a relationship to personal myth. Is personal myth the consequence of your ongoing individuation process? We will take a glimpse at the greater pictures and patterns in universal and individual stories.


03 59 Seminar

Nathalie Baratoff, lic. phil.
Wednesday
4 November 2020 | 13:00–14:45
11 November 2020 | 13:00–14:45
18 November 2020 | 13:00–14:45
25 November 2020 | 13:00–14:45
English
Other areas of interest: 01 & 11
And the Hero Was a Thief: The Russian Tale of “The Seven Semyons”

We will begin this seminar by acquainting ourselves with the guidelines for fairy tale interpretation.
Working in groups and exploring the symbolism of the images we will try to deepen our understanding of the tale’s message.

16 ISAP Students

This course requires extra work on the part of the student between sessions.

Siehe auch: 01 36, 05 31, 11 14, 11 61

04 Psychologische Deutung von Bildern

04 05 Open Seminar

Margareta Ehnberg-Vital, MSc
Wednesday
9 September 2020 | 17:00–20:45
English
Other areas of interest: 02
Working with Images: The House

The house is an important symbol in dreams, drawings and art.
In the first part we look at houses in drawings by children and adults and artists. How do they affect us? What can we learn about the creator of the image? In the second part, participants can create their personal presentation of a house. Material provided.


04 74 Experiential Seminar

Irene Berkenbusch-Erbe, Dr. phil.
Friday
27 November 2020 | 13:00–16:45
English
CH-course No. 1
Other areas of interest: 11 & 12
Drawing in the Analytical Practice: Pictures as Expression of Psychic Processes and Situations

I will bring case examples. Please bring your own drawing material (colors and paper).

10 Training and Diploma Candidates


Siehe auch: 01 13, 01 36, 01 39, 01 40

05 Ethnologie & Psychologie

05 77 Excursion

Maria Anna Bernasconi, lic. phil.
Sunday
4 October 2020 | 9:15–17:30
English
Deutsch
Led by the Stag from Uetliberg to the Fraumünster

We will follow Maria Anna Bernasconi as she incarnates for us the legend of Hildegard and Berta’s siting and following of the stag – antlers lighted- in nearby forests of Uetliberg, a “trail” that culminated at the locus of Zurich’s Fraumünster and prompted its construction.
From the forest trail above Uetliberg, we’ll stop along the way to honor, with small rituals, the stag siting and other legends, along with archaeological findings used for religious purposes, progressing to the Fraumünster Crypt, by way of the Landesmuseum, Wasserkirche / Grossmünster, and possibly too, Lindenhof.
The excursion, starting out from Zurich’s Hauptbahnhof at 9:15, is designed around the archetypal experience of rootedness, to the place where we are, as well as to sense of homeland or wherever we happen to live.
Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress in layers.
The excursion fee of CHF 45.- (CHF 35.- for students / participants who have a half fare Abo) includes: round trip group travel; admission fees; and a coffee! Lunch is self-pay.
English and German
For more information and registration: [email protected], +41 (0)79 521 22 21
by Friday 2.10.20. Students receive 4 hours of course credit.


05 31 Lecture

Peter Ammann, Dr. phil.
Monday
5 October 2020 | 10:00–11:45
English
CH-course No. 4
Other areas of interest: 02 & 03
The Origin of Consciousness as Told and Reflected in Early African Stories

05 34 Open Seminar

Murray Stein, PhD
Monday
6 October 2020 | 13:00–15:15
English
CH-course No. 3
Panel Discussion: “Persona and Shadow in Politics”

Murray Stein, PhD, will moderate a discussion on this topic with panelists, ISAP Analysts
Brigitte Egger, Dr. sc. nat. ETH;
Allan Guggenbuehl, Dr. Phil.;
and Evangelos Tsemplis , PhD.


05 44 Open Seminar

Margot Estabrook Stienstra, lic. phil.
Wednesday
14 October 2020 | 10:00–14:45
English
CH-course No. 2
Other areas of interest: 08
Jung on Education: Contemporary Implications

Jung’s remarks on “Child Development and Education” and “The Significance of the Unconscious” in Individual Education (CW 17) remain relevant although challenging in a Zeitgeist bound to a restricted lens on education and its aims. We’ll examine Jung’s views, especially the role and requirements of the educator. Participants will greatly benefit from reading in advance CW 17, Chapters III and VI.


05 55 Open Seminar

Margot Estabrook Stienstra, lic. phil.
Wednesday & Thursday
28 October 2020 | 13:00–14:45
29 October 2020 | 13:00–14:45
English
Other areas of interest: 07
Exploring Excerpts from Jung on The Spirit in Man, Art and Literature (CW 15)

What do literature and other art forms express and reflect about the artist and context? What value or meaning can such expressions offer us? What should we really look for? C.G. Jung, in two lectures comprising Chapter IV of CW 15, elicits key considerations in the interplay between psychology and art, the role of art vis-à-vis artist, archetypal implications, and treasures rendered. It will be helpful but not essential to read in advance “On the Relation of Analytical Psychology to Poetry” and “Psychology and Literature”.

Siehe auch: 06 62, 08 48

06 Religion & Psychologie

06 26 Open Seminar

John Desteian, J.D.DPsy
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
22 September 2020 | 17:00–18:45
23 September 2020 | 17:00–18:45
24 September 2020 | 17:00–18:45
English
Other areas of interest: 01
The Psychological Problem of Religion

In contrast to the religious problem of psychology, which tends to elevate research findings and “objective” observation to the level of blind dogma, here we’ll consider the psychological problem of religion: an unconscious and unpsychological mythic, narrative and emotional assault on what is essentially human, as disclosed to us by our own self-conscious experiences. The human alienation from our being in the world as human is expressed in religious wars, large and small, intrapsychic, interpersonal and geopolitical, which we suffer, and by which we are confounded.

06 30 Lecture

Luis Moris, MA
Thursday
22 October 2020 | 15:00–16:45
English
Other areas of interest: 01
Life After Death in the Life and Work of C.G. Jung

The survival of the soul was a major question and interest for Jung throughout his entire life. We will explore why.


06 41 Lecture

Rudolf Högger, Dr.phil.I
Tuesday
13 October 2020 | 10:00–11:45
20 October 2020 | 10:00–11:45
27 October 2020 | 10:00–11:45
3 November 2020 | 10:00–11:45
10 November 2020 | 10:00–11:45
17 November 2020 | 10:00–11:45
English
Other areas of interest: 08 & 11
The Sacred Thread: The Development of Personality According to Indian Tradition

An illustrated interpretation of a Hindu boy’s initiation path, the Sacred Thread is a symbol of the invisible tie that links humans with the transcendent. In India, women and men are considered to be mature only when they are consciously related to the beyond.
Participants are encouraged to read my book on the Sacred Thread.

06 62 Lecture

Scott William Hyder, lic. phil.
Thursday
12 November 2020 | 13:00–14:45
19 November 2020 | 13:00–14:45
English
CH-course No. 3
Other areas of interest: 05 & 11
Environments of the Self and the Telos of “Collective Individuation”: Toward a Greater Integrity on Being Humans in the World

This lecture briefly addresses historical development of global environmental awareness and the empirical, psychological and spiritual links to the theme.
In the face of numerous crises and catastrophes of extinction, it is argued that the human species is at a threshold of maturation ushering in an epoch of mutual respect and responsibility worldwide. Resonance of theories and practices environmentally, economically and educationally are key to both pragmatic survival and spiritual integrity.

Siehe auch: 01 33, 01 46, 11 28, 11 61, 11 71

07 Assoziationexperiment & Komplexlehre

07 03 Lecture

Nancy Krieger, PhD
Tuesday
8 September 2020 | 19:00–20:45
English
Other areas of interest: 09
Things that Go Bump in the Night

Analytical Psychology started with the study of complexes probably because of the strong physical reaction when a complex constellates. It appears and robs consciousness from the ego. Other psychological schools have described this same reaction in similar terms. We will look first at what is a complex, and then how this compares with similar concepts.


07 16 Seminar

Nancy Krieger, PhD
Tuesday
15 September 2020 | 13:00–14:45
English
Preparation for the WAE Presentations

This seminar is intended to help those students who will be presenting their Word Association Experiments later this semester. We will review the steps involved in the evaluation of the data, working with the Excel sheet, and the grouping into complexes.

Diploma Candidates


07 45 Seminar

Nancy Krieger, PhD
Stacy Wirth, MA
Thursday
15 October 2020 | 13:00–16:45
English
Word Association Experiment: Part II Presentations

Participants must have attended an introductory seminar and administered the WAE. A draft of the WAE report is to be submitted to the course leaders and fellow participants by 1st Oct. Mutual discussion deepens the experience of each WAE, and allows for revision of the reports.

Studierende, die das A.E. Seminar auf Deutsch absolvieren möchten, mögen sich bitte melden bei:
Katharina Casanova, [email protected]

4 Diploma Candidates


07 75 Seminar

Stacy Wirth, MA
Nancy Krieger, PhD
Wednesday & Thursday
2 December 2020 | 10:00–13:45
3 December 2020 | 10:00–13:45
English
Word Association Experiment: Part I

Theory and practice
Studierende, die das A.E. Seminar auf Deutsch absolvieren möchten, mögen sich bitte melden bei:
Katharina Casanova, [email protected]

ISAP Students

This course requires extra work on the part of the student between sessions.

Siehe auch: 01 13, 01 39, 01 40, 05 55, 10 68

08 Entwicklungspsychologie

08 15 Lecture

Karen Evers-Fahey, PhD
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
15 September 2020 | 10:00–11:45
16 September 2020 | 10:00–11:45
17 September 2020 | 10:00–11:45
18 September 2020 | 10:00–11:45
English
CH-courses No. 1 & No. 2
Other areas of interest: 01 & 09
Life Stage Development: Analytical Perspectives

This course will explore the developmental theories of S. Freud, E. Erickson, D. Stern, D. Levinson, and C.G. Jung.

08 43 Seminar

Eleonore Lehr-Rottmann, Dr. phil.
Tuesday
13 October 2020 | 17:00–18:45
20 October 2020 | 17:00–18:45
English
CH-courses No. 1 & No. 2
Other areas of interest: 11
Jung in Old Age

The seminar will address old age as reflected in specific theoretical ideas, esp. Erikson’s last stage of his epigenetic model of human development, “integrity vs despair” and R. N. Butler’s “life review”. We will relate these constructs to and enliven them with Jung’s own experiences as documented in Memories, Dreams, Reflections and throughout selected letters from his later years. Finally, we shall “ideate” possible illuminations of the Individuation Process.

ISAP Students

08 48 Seminar

Margot Estabrook Stienstra, lic. phil.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
20 October 2020 | 13:00–14:45
21 October 2020 | 13:00–14:45
22 October 2020 | 13:00–14:45
English
CH-course No. 2
Other areas of interest: 05 & 11
Reading Seminar: Analytical Psychology and Education

Jung’s reported focus was the so-called second half of life, yet in CW 17 he shares interesting and still timely views on the first part of life. We’ll examine together Jung’s three lectures on this subject (CW 17, Chapter IV), evaluating relevance and import to education today, the role of the Unconscious and the role of the educator, and implications for his Analytical Psychology throughout the lifespan. Please plan to attend the related Open Seminar and read CW 17 Chapters III and VI as well as Chapter IV.

ISAP Students

This course requires extra work on the part of the student between sessions.

08 49 Open Seminar

Deborah Egger-Biniores, MSW
Wednesday
21 October 2020 | 10:00–11:45
28 October 2020 | 10:00–11:45
English
CH-course No. 3
Other areas of interest: 09 & 11
Beyond Altruism and Sacrifice: Searching for an Ecological Ego-Self Axis

Considering Jung’s ideas on structure of the psyche as well as developmental psychodynamics we will focus on the interconnectedness of all things to explore how we can meaningfully contribute towards a shift in the environmental crisis, which our humanity is imposing on our natural home, Earth.

This course requires extra work on the part of the student between sessions.

Siehe auch: 05 44, 06 41, 11 17

09 Psychodynamische Konzepte im Vergleich

09 24 Open Seminar

John Desteian, J.D.DPsy
Thursday & Friday
24 September 2020 | 15:00–16:45
25 September 2020 | 15:00–16:45
English
Freud and Jung: A Comparison

This seminar will examine similarities and differences between Jung and Freud as their psychologies developed from their initial encounters to their split and beyond.

09 60 Open Seminar

Patricia Skar, BMus, MFA
Thursday & Friday
5 November 2020 | 13:00–16:45
6 November 2020 | 13:00–16:45
English
CH-course No. 1
Other areas of interest: 02 & 11
Music and Analysis: History and Practice

We will explore the interactive field of music and psychoanalysis with regard to archetypal, behavioral and symbolic processes, dreams and individuation, including case examples. We will also discuss why music improvisation used as active imagination within analysis has not yet been generally implemented and explore future possibilities for training in its use. If there is sufficient enrollment, an experiential component in using music improvisation within analysis may be included in the seminar.

09 72 Seminar

Isabelle Meier, Dr. phil.
Thursday
26 November 2020 | 13:00–14:45
English
CH-course No. 4
What Makes a Good Therapist?

Scientific research looks at what exactly therapists do in therapy. How are they using transference and countertransference? What makes them successful? We shall discuss these results.

20 ISAP Students


Siehe auch: 01 67, 07 03, 08 15, 08 49, 12 57

10 Psychopathologie & Psychiatrie

10 10 Lecture

Heike Weis Hyder, FMH Psychiatrie/Psychotherapie
Friday
11 September 2020 | 17:00–18:45
English
Other areas of interest: 11
The Burning Urgency of the Red Book for Psychiatry

We shall be looking at the development of the inner core of the psyche as it unfolds in Jung’s Red Book from the viewpoint of psychiatry, in particular the transformation of the ego and other inner figures. Jung’s insights into these processes is greatly needed in today’s world.


10 52 Seminar

Ursula Kübler, lic. phil.
Saturday & Sunday
24 October 2020 | 10:00–16:45
25 October 2020 | 10:00–16:45
English
CH-course No. 1
Seminar Part 2: How to Work with Inner Parts in our Therapeutic Work with Traumatized People

Continuation of working with inner injured and injuring parts. (The great value of imagination in the concept of PITT, Psychodynamic Imaginative Trauma Therapy and the concepts of C. G. Jung.)
Only for students who have already attended the entire former seminar.

12 ISAP Students

10 54 Seminar

Christiana Ludwig, MH
Tuesday / Dienstag
27 October 2020 | 15:00–16:45
3 November 2020 | 15:00–16:45
10 November 2020 | 15:00–16:45
17 November 2020 | 15:00–16:45
24 November 2020 | 15:00–16:45
English
Deutsch
CH-course No. 4
CH-Kurs Nr. 4
Fundamentals of Psychiatric Diagnosis: The Psychopathological Assessment

Identifying and documenting psychopathological symptoms according to the AMDP System. Seminar in preparation for the Propaedeuticum Exam in Psychopathology.

16 Training and Diploma Candidates

Grundlagen der psychiatrischen Diagnostik: Der psychopathologische Befund / Psychostatus

Erkennen und Dokumentieren psychopathologischer Symp- tome nach AMDP-System. Das Seminar dient der Vorbe- reitung der Propädeutikumsprüfung in Psychopathologie.

16 Ausbildungs- und Diplomkandidaten

10 68 Seminar

Isabelle Meier, Dr. phil.
Thursday
19 November 2020 | 10:00–11:45
26 November 2020 | 10:00–11:45
English
Other areas of interest: 07
Depression and Complexes

Diagnostic and therapeutic approach to depression by complex theory. We learn how to treat depression disorders by using symbolic images of the complex.

20 ISAP Students

10 70 Seminar

Marcel van den Akker, PhD
Friday
20 November 2020 | 10:00–14:45
English
Assessment

In this seminar I would like to invite the participants to explore with me some aspects of assessment from a clinical perspective. How do we conduct an assessment? What kind of information do we need to make informed decisions about treatment?

12 Training and Diploma Candidates


Siehe auch:

11 Individuation

11 14 Open Seminar

Kathrin Schaeppi, MS, MFA
Sunday
13 September 2020 | 13:00–16:45
English
Other areas of interest: 03
Explore Your Personal Myth

Drawing, writing, sharing and reflecting we will map the patterns and elements of our personal myths. The outcome may become the springboard for deeper self-exploration.


11 17 Lecture

Penelope Yungblut, MA
Wednesday & Friday
16 September 2020 | 13:00–14:45
18 September 2020 | 13:00–14:45
23 September 2020 | 13:00–14:45
25 September 2020 | 13:00–14:45
English
Other areas of interest: 08
The Symbolic and the Relational in Analysis

Exploring the analytic encounter as a co-created dance of “two people playing together” (Winnicott, 1971), engaging in the experience of psyches in dialogue uncovering and bringing to birth possibilities not yet conscious or formulated. The prospective functions of joining in the dance, generative enactment, active imagination, and transference and counter-transference will be examined for their healing and creative potential.

11 27 Experiential Seminar

Penelope Yungblut, MA
Sunday
27 September 2020 | 10:00–16:45
English
Other areas of interest: 01
Discovery and Recovery

An opportunity to explore hidden parts of self and unprocessed experience through active imagination with images, affects, and energies emerging from our tissue paper collages. Students are asked to contribute CHF 10 for art materials. Bring lunch.

12 ISAP Students


11 28 Seminar

Galina Angelova, MTheol.
Michael Péus, lic. phil.
Thursday
1 October 2020 | 13:00–16:45
English
CH-course No. 3
Other areas of interest: 06
Death “Occurs”: Transformation on the Threshold of Death

The seminar will address the moment in which death “enters” the patient’s life in the form of a diagnosis of a heavy illness and will focus on the today collectively forgotten transformational potential of death.
Our respective background comprises long clinical psycho-oncological work with cancer patients and experience with theological aspects and spiritual care.

Training and Diploma Candidates


11 38 Lecture

Magi Guindi, MFT
Thursday
8 October 2020 | 17:00–20:45
English
Other areas of interest: 02
I Remember ... Proust-Jung: A Path To The Self Through Memory

Based on passages of Proust’s In Search for the Lost Time, and Jung’s illuminating insights on memory and imagination, I will be addressing the significant value of listening to memory and its prospective meaning and purpose.


11 61 Lecture

John Hill, MA
Friday
6 November 2020 | 10:00–11:45
13 November 2020 | 10:00–11:45
English
CH-course No. 3
Other areas of interest: 03 & 06
Re-Enchanting the World: Risks and Opportunities

The word “enchantment” is derived from “chanter” to sing. Music awakens us to a world of magic where barriers that keep things separate collapse. Enchantment is not without shadow. We cannot become addicted to the miraculous and loose contact with reality. This is tempting living in a world that has become increasingly disenchanted. How can we embrace the enchanted without loosing contact with reality?

11 65 Lecture

Svetlana Zdravkovic, PhD
Saturday
14 November 2020 | 10:00–14:45
English
Sexuality as the Creative Way of Expression

Jung sees the sexual instinct as one of the drives, but it did not cease to make us creative, happy, anxious, depressive, etc. A relation is established with Jungian notions and clinical practice.


11 66 Experiential Seminar

Svetlana Zdravkovic, PhD
Sunday
15 November 2020 | 10:00–14:45
English
Sexuality and Creativity

The workshop with active imagination will follow and be based on the lecture about sexuality. Participants will work with clay.
A contribution of 5 CHF to pay for materials will be asked.

15 ISAP Students


11 71 Lecture

Susanna Bucher Alther, Dr. sc. nat. ETH
Tuesday
24 November 2020 | 10:00–11:45
1 December 2020 | 10:00–11:45
English
Other areas of interest: 01 & 06
“Yearning is the Way of Life”: Longing and Individuation

Longing played a crucial role for Jung: “Yearning is the way of life. If you do not acknowledge your yearning, then [...] you do not live your life” (Red Book, p. 249/250). The lecture will explore the etymology of longing, its symbolism in writings by mystics, and Jung’s writings on longing.

Siehe auch: 01 12, 01 19, 01 33, 02 50, 02 58, 03 09, 03 59, 04 74, 06 41, 06 62, 08 43, 08 48, 08 49, 09 60, 10 10, 12 57, 13 47, 14 76

12 Praktischer Fall

12 07 Seminar

Lucienne Marguerat, lic. phil.
Thursday
10 September 2020 | 13:00–15:45
17 September 2020 | 13:00–15:45
24 September 2020 | 13:00–15:45
8 October 2020 | 13:00–15:45
English
How We Work: The Jungian Practice of Psychotherapy

In each session, two Jungian analysts use a case vignette to present and discuss how they imagine working with the client, including first diagnostic indications, transference/ countertransference issues, resources and difficulties, and how these might impact the analytic process. The aim is for the candidates mainly to experience different Jungian approaches to the work and to value their own personal responses.
Eight ISAP analysts are involved: Galina Angelova, Irene Berkenbusch, Diane Cousineau, Isabelle Meier, Dariane Pictet, Ursula Ulmer, Bille von Uslar and Ursula Wirtz.

14 Training and Diploma Candidates

12 53 Seminar

Lucienne Marguerat, lic. phil.
Diane Cousineau Brutsche, Dr. phil.
Tuesday
27 October 2020 | 13:00–14:45
3 November 2020 | 13:00–14:45
10 November 2020 | 13:00–14:45
17 November 2020 | 13:00–14:45
24 November 2020 | 13:00–14:45
1 December 2020 | 13:00–14:45
English
Seminar in Practical Problems in Commencing and Terminating Analytical Work

The seminar is open to all ISAP candidates, including those who have previously attended it. The aim is to give candidates the indispensable tools to create the trustful atmosphere necessary for depth work and to avoid potential problems. The essential issues will be presented in the first part of each seminar session followed by role play in the second part.

12 Training and Diploma Candidates

12 57 Seminar

Irene Berkenbusch-Erbe, Dr. phil.
Friday
30 October 2020 | 13:00–16:45
English
Other areas of interest: 09 & 11
Psychodynamics of Transference and Countertransference in the Therapeutic Situation

We will work with some case vignettes. The participants may bring their own examples.

10 Diploma Candidates


Siehe auch: 01 12, 04 74, 13 35, 13 42, 13 69

13 Fallkolloquien

Nur für DiplomkandidatInnen. Anmeldung und Teilnahmegebühr direkt beim Leiter. Sämtliche Änderungen sind in der Verantwortung des Kolloquiumleiters.

For Diploma Candidates only. Registration and payment directly with colloquium leader. Any changes are the responsibility of the colloquium leader.

13 01 Colloquium

Ursula Ulmer, MA
Tuesday
8 September 2020 | 13:00–14:45
English
Case Colloquium

This colloquium will take place weekly at ISAP, with meeting dates to be arranged for the semester at our first meeting. Registration: [email protected]

6 Diploma Candidates


13 11 Colloquium

Douglas Whitcher, PhD
Friday
11 September 2020 | 17:00–18:45
18 September 2020 | 17:00–18:45
25 September 2020 | 17:00–18:45
9 October 2020 | 17:00–18:45
16 October 2020 | 17:00–18:45
23 October 2020 | 17:00–18:45
30 October 2020 | 17:00–18:45
13 November 2020 | 17:00–18:45
20 November 2020 | 17:00–18:45
27 November 2020 | 17:00–18:45
English
Case Colloquium: Analytical Psychotherapy

We will focus on treatment strategies based on a scrupulous observation of the numinous. Use your Jungian training in a normal psychotherapy practice. Learn to translate fluently between the language of psychiatry and that of symbols. Your Jungian training gives you access to vital resources for the average psychotherapy patient.
Place: Paulstrasse 6, directly at the Hauptbahnhof Winterthur.
Registration: [email protected]
Price: fee of Fr. 200. per session to be divided among participants.

6 Diploma Candidates

13 25 Colloquium

Judith Savage, DPsy
Tuesday, Wednesday &Thursday
22 September 2020 | 10:00–11:45
23 September 2020 | 10:00–11:45
24 September 2020 | 10:00–11:45
English
Case Colloquium

The colloquium will focus upon deepening a symbolic approach with case material. Together we will explore how the symbolic manifests itself beyond the dream and into everyday life situations, challenges, and in the transference field.
Location: ISAP
Registration: [email protected]

8 Training and Diploma Candidates

This course requires extra work on the part of the student between sessions.

13 35 Colloquium

Deborah Egger-Biniores, MSW
Wednesday, Friday & Monday
7 October 2020 | 9:00–12:00
9 October 2020 | 9:00–12:00
12 October 2020 | 9:00–12:00
English
CH-course No. 4
Other areas of interest: 01 & 12
Case Colloquium with Emphasis on Non-Verbal Communication in Case Work

6 Diploma Candidates

13 37 Colloquium

Bernard Sartorius, lic. theol.
Thursday
8 October 2020 | 16:15–18:00
English
Case Colloquium

Location: Klosbachstrasse 116 8032 Zürich
Tram #3, 8
Tram stop Römerhof
Walk uphill from the tram stop.
Registration: [email protected]
+41 (0)79 423 1921

12 Diploma Candidates


13 42 Colloquium

Christiana Ludwig, MH
Tuesday/Dienstag
13 October 2020 | 15:00–16:45
English
Deutsch
Other areas of interest: 12
Weitere Interessengebiete: 12
Colloquium with Emphasis on Anxiety Disorders and Related Symptoms

Date for the first meeting. Subsequent three meetings will then be arranged. Each session 3 hours.
Registration: [email protected]

8 Diploma Candidates

This course requires extra work on the part of the student between sessions.

Fallkolloquium mit besonderer Berücksichtigung von Angststörungen und Angstsymptomen bei anderen Krankheitsbildern

Auf Deutsch für CH-Programm-Teilnehmer
Termin für die erste Sitzung. Danach werden drei weitere Treffen vereinbart. Jede Sitzung dauert 3 Stunden.
Anmeldung: [email protected]

8 Diplomkandidaten

This course requires extra work on the part of the student between sessions.


13 47 Colloquium

Irene Berkenbusch-Erbe, Dr. phil.
Saturday & Sunday
17 October 2020 | 13:00–18:45
18 October 2020 | 13:00–18:45
English
Other areas of interest: 11
Case Colloquium with Focus on Individuation

Registration: [email protected]
+49 (0)621-565192
Location ISAPZURICH

8 Diploma Candidates

13 51 Colloquium

Maria Anna Bernasconi, lic. phil.
Ursula Lenz Bücker, Dr. med.
Friday & Saturday/Freitag & Samstag
23 October 2020 | 15:00–19:45
24 October 2020 | 10:00–16:45
English
Deutsch
Case Colloquium with Emphasis on Psychiatric Questions

Location: Analytic practice Bergstrasse 118, 8032 Zürich
Costs: 300.00 CHF
Registration: [email protected] or: [email protected]
Phone Bernasconi: 0041 79 521 22 21

8 Diploma Candidates

Kontrollfallkolloquium mit Schwerpunkt auf psychiatrischen Fragestellungen

Ort: Praxis Bergstrasse 118, 8032 Zürich
Kosten: CHF 300.00
Anmeldung: [email protected], oder: [email protected]
Mobiltelefon Bernasconi: 0041 79 521 22 21

8 Diplomkandidaten

13 69 Colloquium

Diane Cousineau Brutsche, Dr. phil.
Friday & Monday
20 November 2020 | 14:00–17:00
23 November 2020 | 9:00–12:00
27 November 2020 | 14:00–17:00
30 November 2020 | 9:00–12:00
English
CH-course No. 1
Other areas of interest: 02 & 12
Block Case Colloquium

The participants will be invited to experience the Balint intervision method.
Location: Steinbrüchelstr. 64, 8053 Zürich
Registration: +41 (0)44 383 1363
[email protected]

8 Diploma Candidates

14 Ausdruckstherapie

Für die detaillierten Bestimmungen siehe das Ausbildungsregulativ 7.2.3.8: Kandidat/innen können sich Minimum 20 bis Maximum 30 Stunden separater und paralleler Ausdruckstherapie auf die reguläre Lehranalyse anrechnen lassen, vorausgesetzt dass Lehranalytiker als auch Analytiker für Ausdruckstherapie informiert sind. Alle angerechneten Stunden dürfen nur bei einem der unten aufgeführten Analytiker und Therapieform absolviert werden.

See the Training Regulations 7.2.3.8 for the detailed provisions: Candidates have the possibility to count a minimum of 20 hours and maximum 30 hours of separate and parallel expressive therapy toward their regular training analysis, provided that both the Training Analyst and the analyst for expressive therapy are informed. All credited hours must be completed with only one of the analysts and with one type of expressive therapy, as listed below.

14 76 Expressive Therapy

Joanne Wieland-Burston, PhD
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
27 November 2020 | 19:00–20:45
28 November 2020 | 10:00–18:45
29 November 2020 | 10:00–16:45
English
Other areas of interest: 11
Active Imagining with Objects

Students will have the opportunity to practice this work with small objects, which allows for an emotionally and resource-oriented approach to the unconscious. Emphasis will be on using this technique in your practice.
Please bring some of your own small objects.
This weekend counts for 10 analytical hours in expressive therapy. An additional 10 hours will be offered next semester to meet the minimum of 20 analytical hours.
Venue: Freiestrasse 120, 8032 Zurich
Registration: [email protected]
Payment is made directly to the analyst.

8 Training and Diploma Candidates

The possibility also exists for individual work with these analysts:
Es besteht zudem die Möglichkeit, individuell mit folgenden AnalytikerInnen zu arbeiten:

Maria Anna Bernasconi

Expressive Arts Therapy (ISIS)
Kunst- und Ausdrucksorientierte Psychotherapie (ISIS)

Marco Della Chiesa

Psychodrama
Psychodrama

John Hill

Fairy Tale Enactment, Psychodrama
Märcheninszenierung, Psychodrama

Verena Osterwalder-Bollag

Therapeutic Sandplay (D. Kalff)
Therapeutisches Sandspiel nach D. Kalff

Christa Robinson

Group Processes Using the I Ching
Gruppenprozesse mit dem I Ging

Erhard Trittibach

Therapeutic Sandplay (D. Kalff)
Therapeutisches Sandspiel nach D. Kalff

Joanne Wieland-Burston

Active Imagining with Objects
Aktives Imaginieren mit Gegenständen

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