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01 02 Lecture

Murray Stein, PhD
Tuesday
27 February 2024 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
Symbol and Individuation

The role of symbols in the individuation process.


01 03 Lecture

Judith Harris, MA
Tuesday
27 February 2024 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Jung and Psychiatry: The Discovery of the Collective Unconscious

It is no coincidence that Jung chose psychiatry as his specialty upon completion of his medical studies; at this time he began his research on symbol formation and the collective unconscious. More than twenty-five years later, in his seminar, ’Introduction to Jungian Psychology: Notes of the Seminar on Analytical Psychology Given in 1925,’ Jung describes his decision thus, “I told nobody that I intended to work out the unconscious phenomena of the psychoses, but that was my determination. I wanted to catch the intruders of the mind.”


06 04 Lecture

John Desteian, JD, DPsy
Wednesday
28 February 2024 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Mythic and Religious Consciousness

This lecture intends to clarify some of the common misconceptions about and between mythic consciousness and religious consciousness. In the lecture the differences are identified and their current relevance to analytic practice is explored.


11 05 Lecture

Penelope Yungblut, MA
Wednesday
28 February 2024 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
Mysteries of the Black Madonna

We shall be exploring the enduring fascination and numinous power of this primordial image over time and across cultures.


01 06 Lecture

Brigitte Egger, Dr. sc. nat. ETH
Wednesday
28 February 2024 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Symbol: Key Tool and Vivifying Experience

Understood as an image that represents much more than its mere concrete form, the symbol opens a window onto the very roots of the world. It can be experienced as a revelation, but also used as a translation key. If becoming possessed by a symbol imprisons us, then entering into dialogue with it liberates energy. Thus, the symbolic equation is to depth psychology what the mathematical equation is to the natural sciences. It allows powerful analysis and forges deeply attuned solutions. To adopt a symbolic attitude is a truly vivifying experience.


08 08 Lecture

Nancy Krieger, PhD
Thursday
29 February 2024 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
Symbol: The Space between Emotion and Idea

We will look at the role symbols play in transforming emotions into thought — both physically and culturally — and how the use of symbols in a Jungian approach parallels this process, giving us access to new perspectives on our life path.


04 09 Lecture

Lucienne Marguerat, lic. phil.
Thursday
29 February 2024 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Why We Love Symbols — Always Elusive and Beyond Our Reach

Jung defines the symbol as ‘’the essence and image of psychic energy”. We will explore what might sound abstract and examine what the elusiveness of symbolic images calls upon in us. We will look into the reasons why symbols can represent a powerful impulse toward a meaningful change in our lives — provided we are open to them. Examples of artistic creations will illustrate how artists make use of the evocative power of symbols.


01 11 Lecture

Paul Brutsche, Dr. phil.
Friday
1 March 2024 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
Symbols and Transformation: The Meaning of Symbols within the Analytical Process

In this course we will explore four fundamental and essential areas of Jungian theory with regard to symbols:
• Symbolic Consciousness
• Symbolic Reality
• The Reality of Symbols
• Transformation through Symbols


05 12 Lecture

Ursula Ulmer, MA
Friday
1 March 2024 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Symbolism within Ethnology

We will be exploring the symbolic dimension of ethnic customs, rituals and behavior.


02 14 Lecture

Peter Ammann, Dr. phil.
Tuesday
5 March 2024 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
The Mountain that Turned into a Cathedral: Religious Dreams of an Unbeliever

This lecture tells the story of an unbeliever whose dreams became religious. Harald Pager (1923–1985) was born in German Sudetenland and served as a tank soldier in the German army in WWII when it invaded Russia. After the war he became a graphic designer and in 1955 emigrated to South Africa where he dedicated his life to documenting the rock art of the Bushpeople. This enormous documentation he considered “the great task of his life”. But many dreams he wrote down during that time in his Diary and Night-time Notes tell another story: his “real task” points to a religious quest.

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11 15 Lecture

Penelope Yungblut, MA
Tuesday & Thursday
5 March 2024 | 13:00–14:45
7 March 2024 | 13:00–14:45
12 March 2024 | 13:00–14:45
14 March 2024 | 13:00–14:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Working with the Twists and Turns of Life

We suffer disappointments and disruptions in life which disturb the continuity we count on, thrusting us into loss, change, and the unknown against our will. We will explore how mourning emotional vicissitudes and ruptures in life allows us to live in the present with renewed vitality and a more integrated sense of self on the journey to individuation.

01 19 Lecture

Luis Moris, MA
Friday
8 March 2024 | 13:00–14:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
The Zofingia Lectures: The Background of Jung's Psychology

This lecture will go over some of the most important concepts, such as soul, the relativity of time and space, and the unio mystica, as presented by Jung in his Zofingia lectures. Even though these concepts were presented by Jung between 1896 and 1899, we will see how they remained important and useful throughout his personal and professional life.


04 20 Lecture

Natalia Serebrennikova, PhD
Friday
8 March 2024 | 15:00–16:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Alchemical Ways of Thinking: Stories in Images and Words

Alchemy tells stories of changings of substances, which are analogous to psychic contents. A close look at alchemical images reveals how important the material world can be for soul-making. These dream-like images resonate with both the psyche and the body and move them toward a greater integrity of a personality. In pictures or in words, alchemical descriptions have their own vocabulary, grammar, and style. These stories involve navigating both the collective ‘roads’ of culture and the ‘off-road’ unconscious nature of a person. To read: Hillman, J. (2009) Alchemical Psychology: Uniform Edition of the Writings of James Hillman, Vol. 5, Spring Publications.


01 23 Lecture

Harald Atmanspacher, Dr.
Wednesday
13 March 2024 | 10:00–11:45
20 March 2024 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
Dual-Aspect Monism and the Deep Structure of Meaning

Dual-aspect monism is a metaphysical framework that provides a deeper understanding of the relationship of the mental and the physical. In particular, it emphasizes the challenging role of the concept of meaning as a fundamental feature of reality. The dual-aspect Pauli-Jung conjecture achieves a systematic account of the place of consciousness within an expanded concept of reality that includes psychophysically neutral archetypes and the unus mundus. A number of recent studies applying dual-aspect thinking to synchronistic and related exceptional experiences will also be discussed.

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03 25 Lecture

Susanna Bucher, Dr. sc. nat. ETH
Wednesday
13 March 2024 | 15:00–16:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
A Kaleidoscope of Approaches to Fairy Tale Interpretation

Four ISAP analysts each present a fairy tale interpretation. Part 1: “The Golden Tree”


08 30 Lecture

Lidar Shany, PhD
Friday
15 March 2024 | 10:00–11:45
15 March 2024 | 13:00–14:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Erich Neumann's Developmental Relational Theory

On synthesizing Neumann’s various writings, a cohesive archetypal developmental relational theory emerges. This lecture presents Neumann’s theory of the different archetypal stages of psychological development from birth throughout life, to culminate in the advanced stages of the individuation process. The process, centered with the establishment of the ego-Self axis during early life and the primal relationship, plays a central role in later psychic health. The lecture will also suggest possible therapeutic applications of this theory to child and adult analysis.

10 31 Lecture

Nancy van den Berg Cook, PhD
Wednesday & Thursday
20 March 2024 | 13:00–14:45
21 March 2024 | 13:00–14:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Myths of Origin and Alchemy Mirror the Biochemistry of our Nervous System: Psychic Health and Somatic Health Follow the Same Laws

Through the lens of creation myths and operations of the alchemical opus, we will review the most fundamental biochemistry and physiology of our nervous system. Participants will be amazed to see how various myths about the origins of human life actually reflect, in their imagery and symbolism, the chemical processes and properties required for life in our cells. In other words, our most basic psychological functions are subject to the same laws as our most basic biochemistry and physiology. Like creation myths, alchemy — a metaphor for psychological healing — also mirrors our body chemistry.

03 26 Lecture

Ulrike Bercher Baumgartner, MS
Wednesday
20 March 2024 | 15:00–16:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
A Kaleidoscope of Approaches to Fairy Tale Interpretation

Four ISAP analysts each present a fairy tale interpretation. Part 2: fairy tale to be announced


01 34 Lecture

Allan Guggenbühl, Dr. phil.
Wednesday
27 March 2024 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Ghosts from the Past: The Influence of Ancestors on the Psyche

Families have a past — an uncle who emigrated, a great- grandfather who fought in a war or an aunt who killed herself. Ancestors who did extraordinary things can be influential on their descendents. Stories are told in the family that influence one’s values and one’s psyche. In the lecture I will talk about these ghosts of the past and how one can deal with them.


03 27 Lecture

Ursula Ulmer, MA
Wednesday
27 March 2024 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
A Kaleidoscope of Approaches to Fairy Tale Interpretation

Four ISAP analysts each present a fairy tale interpretation. Part 3: "The Self-playing Gusla", from Russian Fairy Tales, ed. A. Afanas'ev

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03 28 Lecture

Kathrin Asper, Dr. phil.
Wednesday
3 April 2024 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
A Kaleidoscope of Approaches to Fairy Tale Interpretation

Four ISAP analysts each present a fairy tale interpretation. Part 4: “The Princess Who Was Turned into a Worm”

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3 April 2024 | 15:00–16:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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08 24 Open Seminar

Christiana Ludwig, MA
Ursula Kübler, lic. phil.
Wednesday
3 April 2024 | 17:00–18:45
10 April 2024 | 17:00–18:45
17 April 2024 | 17:00–18:45
24 April 2024 | 17:00–18:45
8 May 2024 | 17:00–18:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Main Concepts of Developmental Psychology

After an introduction and overview of the history of developmental psychological concepts, we will delve into the concepts of significant pioneers. Students are expected to contribute actively, with presentations or/and papers.

This course requires extra work between sessions.

11 40 Lecture

Francisco Garcia, M Ed
Wednesday
10 April 2024 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
The Alchemical Process of Depression

Jung‘s fascination with alchemical symbolism and the unconscious provides us with the tools to understand our own psychological processes. A path is opened to transform the dark night of the soul into a meaningful, enlightening experience. In order to accomplish this, the ego must undergo its own death and rebirth.


07 43 Lecture

Nancy Krieger, PhD
Thursday
11 April 2024 | 13:00–14:45
18 April 2024 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
The Theory of Complexes

We are going to look at complexes from the point of view of dissociation, as Jung originally did. His doctoral dissertation and early work with Bleuler, Janet, Myers, and Flournoy all confirm this. Where do authentic movement and active imagination come from, if not from complexes? What implication does viewing complexes as the acting out of a dissociated state have for our work with trauma victims, our work with dreams? Complexes are absolutely central to all of Analytical Psychology.

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18 April 2024 | 13:00–14:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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12 46 Lecture

Irene Berkenbusch-Erbe, Dr. phil.
Friday
12 April 2024 | 15:00–16:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Confronting Cultural Trauma

We will discuss cultural trauma, family experiences and their effects across generations with case examples.


06 48 Lecture

Jody Schlatter, Dr. med.
Wednesday
17 April 2024 | 13:00–14:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Following the West Coast Spirit

Canadian artist and author Emily Carr was open to a variety of religions during her search for a way to express the spirit of the wild West Coast. Leaving her Anglican and Presbyterian Christian roots, she explored theosophy, the writings of Walt Whitman, and the beliefs of some of the West Coast First Nations through her extensive travels and deep friendship with a Coast Salish woman. Before failing health forced her to abandon her easel, Emily Carr was able to do what none of the famous ‘Group of Seven’ men had achieved: to capture the wild West Coast spirit in her paintings.


11 50 Lecture

Jakob Lusensky, MSc
Friday
19 April 2024 | 15:00–16:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Vox Dei: C.G Jung on the Voice of God

This lecture will involve an in-depth discussion of Jung’s late essay “A Psychological View of Conscience” (CW 10) written in 1958. The purpose of this discussion is to come to a better understanding of Jung’s view on conscience, the role of ethics in individuation, and how to differentiate the inner voice of God (Vox Dei) from other internalized voices.
The participants are expected to have read the text in order to partake in the discussion.


01 52 Lecture

Andrew Fellows, PhD
Tuesday
23 April 2024 | 10:00–11:45
30 April 2024 | 10:00–11:45
7 May 2024 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
Gaia, Psyche and Deep Ecology: Synergy and Consilience for Metanoia

Synergies between Jungian psychology, systems dynamics, Gaia theory, dual-aspect monism, deep ecology and Iain McGilchrist’s neurological, philosophical and scientific insights can help us to counter the existential threat of the Anthropocene. The transition from development to individuation in our personal psychology translates into an urgently needed metanoia away from our collective ecocidal hubris. The resulting consilience lays the foundations of a radically different worldview with which to address global heating, the sixth mass extinction, and other unprecedented challenges of our time.

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11 53 Open Seminar

Margot Estabrook Stienstra, lic. phil.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
23 April 2024 | 13:00–14:45
24 April 2024 | 13:00–14:45
25 April 2024 | 13:00–14:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Self Cultivation and Cultivation of the Self: Intersecting Planes — Confucius, Chuang Tzu, and C.G. Jung

Our Zeitgeist is confronted with unprecedented population explosion and globalization, characterized by multiple intersections of perspectives and value systems. This evolution can only constitute true growth when we can reconcile the compounding challenges to our ecosystem, beginning with the individual. Ecopsychology is dedicated to this need. Two classical Chinese elders — Kong Qiu (Confucius) and Chuang Tzu — proffer complementary attitudes and approaches. Jung’s Analytical Psychology offers a method.

05 54 Lecture

Nancy Krieger, PhD
Thursday
25 April 2024 | 15:00–16:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Cultural Complexes

Not only people have complexes; the collective can also be said to have complexes, both positive and negative, conscious and unconscious. I will extend the concepts presented in the lecture “The Theory of Complexes” (07 43) as they apply to a collective. You are encouraged to think about your own culture and reflect on to what extent your past history may have been influenced by a cultural complex.
Attendance at the lecture 07 43 is highly recommended.


01 57 Lecture

Sulagna Sengupta, M.A.
Thursday
2 May 2024 | 13:00–14:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Animus, Psyche and Culture: A Jungian Revision

This course is a post-Jungian reading of the animus and its lived experience in culture. It presents the contra-sexual animus as not just an inner archetypal figure, but also one that is in dynamic relation with the environment. In close ties with culture, the animus occupies a liminal realm — a subjective inner world as well as an outer, social. Inner and outer worlds are conceived as not two separate realms, but fluid, interactive spaces in which the phenomenology of the animus may be discerned. Reading: Sengupta, S. (2023) Animus, Psyche, Culture: A Jungian Revision, Routledge, U.K.


05 59 Open Seminar

Sulagna Sengupta, M.A.
Friday
3 May 2024 | 15:00–16:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Decolonizing Jung: The Notion of the Cultural Other in Jung-India History

Jung’s history with India spanned several decades of the early 1900s and includes his study of Indian texts, meetings and correspondence with Indians, his journey to India in 1937–38, lectures in East-West forums and close links with Oriental scholars from whom he gained insights and directions about India. This history places Jung in a unique position, as one who transcended geographical and cultural boundaries in formulating concepts about the unconscious. It reveals his encounter with ’the other’ in a cultural context, significant for doing psychological work today in decolonized and multicultural worlds.


01 61 Lecture

Allan Guggenbühl, Dr. phil.
Wednesday
8 May 2024 | 10:00–11:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Wise Person, Trickster, Parent: Identifying and Working with the Transference and Countertransference in Psychotherapy

As an analyst one becomes a projection figure. We symbolize figures from the past, wishes, dreams, as well as complexes and delicate issues. How does one recognize the transferences and countertransferences? What are the dangers?


01 64 Lecture

John Desteian, JD, DPsy
Tuesday
14 May 2024 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
A Primer in Regressive Transference

This lecture will examine classical Freudian, neo-Freudian, Object Relations and Inter-Subjective approaches to the transference and counter-transference phenomena in the analytic situation.
Attendance at this lecture is a prerequisite for attending my seminar 02 65.

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01 63 Vorlesung

Allan Guggenbühl, Dr. phil.
Mittwoch
15. Mai 2024 | 13:00–14:45
Nur vor Ort am ISAP
Deutsch
Für die Öffentlichkeit zugänglich
Weiser Mann, Hexe, Mutter, Vater: Übertragungen und Gegenübertragungen in der Psychotherapie

Therapien leben von der Beziehungsqualität zum Therapeuten. Doch wie erkennen wir die Übertragungen und unsere Gegenübertragung? Wie kann man sie in die therapeutische Reflexion einbringen? Welches sind die Gefahren?


10 67 Lecture

Richard Blennerhassett, Dr
Friday
17 May 2024 | 10:00–11:45
17 May 2024 | 13:00–14:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Bipolar Disorder: An Historical and Clinical Perspective

Carl Jung, as a young psychiatrist at the Burghölzli Psychiatric Clinic, published a paper ’On Manic Mood Disorder’ in 1903. It provided a vivid clinical description of mania and referred to the feeling tone and the primacy of emotion, rather than the primacy of the intellect in shaping behaviour. This idea anticipates Jung’s complex theory.
This lecture will explore the historical background to the diagnosis of Manic Depressive Psychosis, later reformulated as Bipolar Disorder. The clinical aspects of this major psychiatric condition and its current treatment will be outlined alongside examining the condition’s links with creativity.

11 68 Lecture

Suzanne Van Oosten, MA
Friday
17 May 2024 | 15:00–16:45
On-site only at ISAP
English
Open to the Public
Introduction to Voice Dialogue: A Technique for Giving Voice to Different Parts of Ourselves

This introduction presents Jungian analyst Hal Stone’s theory on voice dialogue. Voice dialogue is a technique which aims at giving a voice to the many selves inside us. Voice dialogue makes it possible to express parts of ourselves, our various points of view, opinions and desires in an experimental and playful way.
After a review of the theory and method of voice dialogue, we will look closely at the question of how it can be of value in Jungian analysis.


08 69 Lecture

Allan Guggenbühl, Dr. phil.
Tuesday
21 May 2024 | 10:00–11:45
21 May 2024 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
The Formative Years? An Archetypical View on Education

In this lecture I will present the core ideas in education and present an archetypical view on childhood and the schoolyears.

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21 May 2024 | 13:00–14:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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03 70 Lecture

John Desteian, JD, DPsy
Tuesday
21 May 2024 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Godfather Death

This lecture will interpret the Grimm Brother’s fairy tale “Godfather Death” in the context of the analytic relationship of transference and counter-transference, with amplifications from alchemy, mythology and other fairy tales.

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06 71 Lecture

Andreas Schweizer, Dr. theol.
Thursday & Friday
23 May 2024 | 10:00–11:45
24 May 2024 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
“Giving full expression to nature is a constant violation of nature” (C.G. Jung, Letters to Hedy Wyss, p. 53)

This lecture provides an introduction to C.G. Jung’s letters to the artist and analysand Hedy Wyss, a unique testimony to his sparkling spirit; it was first published in 2023. Here we see the compassionate and deeply human side of Jung. He writes neither scientifically nor cautiously, but quite spontaneously. He mentions his suffering from various physical ailments. At the same time he struggles to maintain the integrity of the analytical relationship and the veracity of love. See: C.G. Jung: Letters to Hedy Wyss 1936 – 1956. Edited and with a Commentary by Andreas Schweizer, Daimon, 2023.

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11 72 Lecture

Penelope Yungblut, MA
Thursday
23 May 2024 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
Living a Creative Life

Jung encourages us to make of our life something creative. We will explore what that might look like. What would be asked of us? What are the hallmarks and examples of such a life? How can creativity in life be nurtured?

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01 73 Lecture

Phil Goss, PhD
Thursday
23 May 2024 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Anima and Animus as Gendered Soul: Identity, Diversity and Plurality in the Consulting Room and in Daily Life

We will consider the evolving relevance of Jung’s contrasexual formulation. In particular, we will address the challenge of marrying Jung’s initial discovery of the gendered soul to the flowering of plurality in contemporary presentations of sexuality and gender. Using an energic model for understanding the subtle workings of anima and animus, we can better work with clinical presentations as well as deal with interpersonal and intrapsychic dynamics in daily life.
Goss, P. (2010) Men, Women and Relationships: A Post- Jungian Approach, Hove, Routledge.

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01 74 Lecture

Murray Stein, PhD
Friday
24 May 2024 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
The Legacy of C.G. Jung

A lecture with discussion about the legacy of Jung’s work for the contemporary world. A question to be considered is: what are the fundamental values of Jungian psychology? The lecture will propose three areas for consideration. Discussion will follow.

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24 May 2024 | 13:00–14:45 <— ZURICH TIME

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