International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich

Ann Chia-Yi Li, MA, is originally from Taiwan, where she studied Chinese Literature and English Literature. She is a training analyst of ISAP Zurich, and maintains a private practice in Zurich. Ann has served on the ISAP Program Committee since 2013, and initiated the International MuShuei.Jung Conference and Retreat in Taiwan in 2015. Her latest project is to cofound a systematic Jungian study program through the establishment of the Analytical Psychology School SG in Singapore in 2016. Her special interests are Daoist alchemy, The Red Book, active imagination and Zen meditation.

Professional Organizations
IAAP
AGAP

Languages Spoken
中文
English

Age Groups
Adults
Adolescents
Children

Treatment Types
Individuals
Schools

Specialties
Dream Interpretation
Spirituality
Retreats

Lectures and Publications
Li, Ann Chia-Yi. 2018. The Receptive and the Creative: Jung’s Red Book for Our Time in the Light of Daoist Alchemy. In Jung's Red Book for Our Time: Searching for Soul under Postmodern Conditions, Vol. II, edited by Murray Stein and Thomas Arzt. Chiron Publications.

2019 October
International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich (ISAP), Switzerland
A Symposium on Jungian Psychology and Buddhism
To Flow and Penetrate like Water: Individuation with the Heart Sutra

2019 May
The 14th Jungian Odyssey Annual Conference & Retreat, Switzerland
Losing Face or Saving Face?
Covert Narcissism in Confucian Society


2019 April
International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich (ISAP), Switzerland
A Symposium on The Red Book for Our Time
Dao in The Red Book

2019 March  
Analytical Psychology School SG, Singapore
Lecture 1: I just can’t think straight!! The role of ego in the course of becoming conscious.

Lecture 2:
Doing or Being?
Some reflections on Daoist meditation and Jungian Active Imagination


Lecture 3:
The Anguish of Making Difficult Choices:
Navigating in Water and Fire in Jung’s Red Book


2018 November
The Asheville Jung Center, Webinar
The Receptive and the Creative: Jung’s Red Book for our Time in Light of Daoist Alchemy
 
2018 May
The 13th Jungian Odyssey Annual Conference & Retreat, Switzerland
The Courage to Stand Alone: Individual Identity in Daoist Society

2017 September
Analytical Psychology School SG, Singapore
Lecture 1:
In Peace or In Pieces? The Midlife Crisis Stories

Lecture 2:
“I Dreamt of A Dragon Last Night.” An Elaboration on the Dragon Symbolism

Lecture 3:
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: A case of the Individuation Process

2016 November
International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich
Ring Lecture Series: Alchemy and Psyche
The Centre is Omnipresent:
The Dialogue of Analytical Psychology and Daoist Alchemy seen in The Red Book


2016 September
IAAP XX International Congress for Analytical Psychology in Japan
The Water That Runs Upwards: Interpreting the Daoist image “Inner Landscape” psychologically

2016 March
C. G. Jung Center of New York
Conference: Snakes, Dragons, and other Scaly Creatures
The Golden Flower that Blooms in The Red Book:
A Daoist Alchemical Interpretation of the Dragon Images


2015 October
The 7th International Conference of Analytical Psychology and Chinese Culture, China
Resurfacing from the forced descent: A Psychological interpretation on the emergence of the Chinese Dragon

2015 June
C.G.Jung Seminar Scotland
Echo of Silence:
Becoming Conscious by Way of Daoist Path


2015 June
The 10th Jungian Odyssey Annual Conference & Retreat, Switzerland
When Nothing Goes Right, Go Left:
Seeing the unforeseen with the Daoist mind


2014 April
International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich
Pan-Gu: A Chinese Creation Myth

2013 October
2013 International Jungian Conference in Taiwan
The Encounter of The Red Book with Daoism

2013 September
Center for Psychoanalytic Studies. Essex University, UK.
Conference: Translating Myth
The Light of Darkness: Jungian perspective on Pan-Gu Myth

2013 June
The 8th Jungian Odyssey Annual Conference & Retreat, Switzerland
Circumambulating the Golden Flower

2013 February
IAAP Taiwan Developing Group
Light of Darkness

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