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01 Fundamentals of Analytical Psychology

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01 02 Lecture

Nancy Krieger, PhD
Tuesday
2 March 2021 | 17:00–18:45
English
Open to the Public
Jung: A Literary Biography

We will be reviewing Jung’s written work as it reflects stages in the development of his theories starting from his early work as a young psychiatrist and work on the complex, how this fed into his ideas of the archetype and, in the early 1950s the publication of a trilogy of his major works: “Answer to Job”, “Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle”, and Mysterium Coniunctionis. We will concentrate mainly on the collected works, but will also look briefly at the more recently published seminars and The Red Book.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


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01 09 Lecture

Brigitte Egger, Dr. sc. nat. ETH
Friday
5 March 2021 | 19:00–20:45
English
Open to the Public
CH-course No. 3
Our Soul Revealed by our Environment: Psychecological Basics

The ecological crisis has its roots and solutions in the way we think and act. As our time has lost the dimension of the soul, key psychological values appear projected concretely onto the core themes of economy, politics, technology, science, and more, overcharging them, mostly with destructive ecological consequences. Therefore, analysing symbolically the different ecological problems unveils, in revealing images, the unlived soul of our time, and helps us to ground our lives again in soul and natural processes, honouring the fundamental unity between human and nature. Analytical Psychology offers invaluable resources for the doubly needed ecological and personal-cultural turnaround.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


01 14 Experiential Seminar

Nathalie Baratoff, lic. phil.
Wednesday
10 March 2021 | 15:00–16:45
17 March 2021 | 15:00–16:45
24 March 2021 | 15:00–16:45
31 March 2021 | 15:00–16:45
7 April 2021 | 15:00–16:45
14 April 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Other areas of interest: 12
Jungian Typology in Practice

This advanced seminar in Jungian typology is open to Diploma Candidates with sufficient knowledge and experience in this subject. Participants will be expected to present examples from their practice.

10 Diploma Candidates

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

01 16 Seminar

Gary Hayes, lic. phil.
Thursday
11 March 2021 | 10:00–11:45
18 March 2021 | 10:00–11:45
25 March 2021 | 10:00–11:45
1 April 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
CH-course No. 3
Other areas of interest: 03 & 08
The Role and Function of the Father in Analytical Psychology

Using dreams, myths, fairy tales and other narrative structures, we will be discussing the archetype of the father and how the concept of the father fits into the larger scheme of things both in Jung’s time and now.

15 ISAP Students (MA, TC, DC)

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

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01 30 Lecture

Dariane Pictet, Ad. Dip. Ex. Psych
Thursday
8 April 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
The Darkness Within: Looking at Shadow in Ourselves and the World

This lecture will discuss the shadow complex in its personal and collective aspects. Can it be redeemed, integrated, or accepted? Themes explored include the unlived life, projections, scapegoat and persona, good and evil, repression and madness, as well as some lighter themes.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


01 31 Seminar

Dariane Pictet, Ad. Dip. Ex. Psych
Thursday
8 April 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Other areas of interest: 02 & 12
Working with the Shadow

The seminar will follow the morning lecture and explore how we can work with the Shadow as it appears in the dreams and the analytical process. We will discuss examples of dreams or situations from your case work, with both light and dark aspects of Shadow.
Prerequisite for this seminar is my lecture 01 30.

8 Diploma Candidates


** CANCELLED **

01 65 Seminar

Antonella Adorisio, Dott.ssa
Friday
16 April 2021 | 15:00–18:45
English
CH-course No. 1
Other areas of interest: 04 & 07

** This course has been cancelled. **

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 previous workshop with me before. Due to social distancing, space is limited to 18. Participants are requested to wear comfortable clothes, to take off their shoes before entering the room, to bring anti-slippery socks, papers and a pen.

18 ISAP Students (MA, TC, DC)

** CANCELLED **

01 66 Experiential Seminar

Antonella Adorisio, Dott.ssa
Saturday & Sunday
17 April 2021 | 10:00–16:45
18 April 2021 | 10:00–16:45
English
CH-course No. 1
Other areas of interest: 04 & 07

** This course has been cancelled. **

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.
The course will provide an opportunity for participants to share and explore bridges between intrapsychic dynamics and interpersonal relationship to further develop a symbolic perspective, toward developing ongoing awareness of the body/psyche connection as a central clinical tool. Participants can have a practical experience of their own moving imagination in the presence of a witness, as well as enrich their understanding of witnessing.
Participants are requested to wear comfortable clothes, to take off their shoes before entering the room, to bring anti-slippery socks, papers and a pen.

14 ISAP Students (MA, TC, DC)

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01 39 Lecture

Susanna Bucher Alther, Dr. sc. nat. ETH
Tuesday
20 April 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
Other areas of interest: 11
The “Age of Plastic”: What Does Plastic Symbolize, and What Could Plastic Pollution Tell Us?

In the early 20th century, plastic was hailed as “a wonderful stuff”, “an indestructible material possessed of immortality.” Was the alchemists’ elixir projected on plastic? Jung says: “Spirit threatens the naïve-minded man with inflation ... the more our interest fastens upon external objects and the more we forget that the differentiation of our relation to nature should go hand in hand with a correspondingly differentiated relation to the spirit” (CW 9/1, §393). What could this mean for our “Age of Plastic”? Lecture with pictures and short film.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


01 48 Open Seminar

Roberta Locher-Dworkin, MSc
Thursday
29 April 2021 | 17:00–18:45
6 May 2021 | 17:00–18:45
20 May 2021 | 17:00–18:45
English
Open to the Public
Other areas of interest: 12 & 04
The Subtle Symbolic Interlude: A Deeper Dimension

The subtlety of the symbol lies not only in the eye but the attitude of the beholder. It does not arise in the world of conceptualisation, rather its entry point is the world of stillness.
How does the Jungian symbolic approach permit one to broaden one’s horizons? What does horizontal as opposed to vertical consciousness have to do with the symbol?
This open seminar will present case material in order to elaborate upon symbolic mirroring arising from personal and cultural contextual perspectives.

01 49 Lecture

Andrew Fellows, PhD
Tuesday & Wednesday
4 May 2021 | 10:00–11:45
5 May 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
CH-course No. 4
Other areas of interest: 06
Nonlocal Mind 2: The New Sciences

I will screen the film about the life and ideas of David Bohm Infinite Potential* and then review the impact of the new sciences on current theories of consciousness and beyond. Emphasis will be given to Bohmian thought, the Pauli-Jung conjecture and implications for Jungian theory and practice.

*As the film cannot be screened via Zoom, in place of the first session off-site participants should purchase their own copy to view in advance from https://www.infinitepotential.com/purchase-the-film/

ISAP students are expected on-site. This course will be broadcast live from ISAP on Zoom. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.

See also: 02 05, 02 24, 02 34, 03 18, 04 20, 06 56, 07 51, 09 25, 09 58, 11 06, 12 03, 12 10, 13 35

02 Psychology of Dreams

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02 05 Lecture

Gary Hayes, lic. phil.
Thursday
4 March 2021 | 17:00–18:45
English
Open to the Public
Other areas of interest: 01 & 09
Dreamwork in the Daily Practice

We will be discussing the fundamentals of Jungian dream work.
The emphasis will be on the practical aspects of working with people’s dreams. Active participation is encouraged.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


** CANCELLED **

02 24 Lecture

Vicki Reiff, MPS
Ellen Ann Celi Dr. phil.
Saturday
20 March 2021 | 13:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
CH-course No. 2 & No. 3
Other areas of interest: 01 & 12

** This course has been cancelled. **

The Healing Capacity of Dreams

How the psyche heals as seen through the dreams of war- traumatised children and adolescents. Case examples of war-traumatised children and adolescents will be presented.

02 28 Seminar

Lucienne Marguerat, lic. phil.
Thursday
1 April 2021 | 13:00–14:45
8 April 2021 | 13:00–14:45
15 April 2021 | 13:00–14:45
22 April 2021 | 13:00–14:45
English
Other areas of interest: 07
“The complexes are the actors in our dreams” (CW 8 §202)

Why are complexes sometimes hard to find in dreams? Where do they hide? We will venture along their tracks with the help of Jung and other experienced analysts and discuss dream examples.

12 Training and Diploma Candidates

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

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02 34 Lecture

Vicki Reiff, MPS
Friday
9 April 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Other areas of interest: 01 & 12
The Motif of Urination in Dreams

The lecture will discuss the symbolic message of this common dream motif. With case examples.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


02 38 Experiential Seminar

Ursula Wirtz, Dr. phil.
Thursday
15 April 2021 | 15:00–16:45
22 April 2021 | 15:00–16:45
29 April 2021 | 15:00–16:45
6 May 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
How We Work: The Jungian Practice of Dreamwork

Each session two analysts will present how they work with dreams. Eight analysts are participating:

  • Andrew Fellows and Vicky Reiff
  • Diane Cousineau Brutsche and Gary Hayes
  • Lucienne Marguerat and Douglas Whitcher
  • Irene Berkenbusch und Peter Luginbühl

16 ISAP Students (MA, TC, DC)

See also: 01 31, 09 58, 11 33, 13 07

03 Psychological Interpretation of Myths & Fairy Tales

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03 04 Open Seminar

Diane Cousineau Brutsche, Dr. phil.
Wednesday
3 March 2021 | 17:00–20:45
English
Open to the Public
CH-course No. 3
Other areas of interest: 11
Even Fairy Godmothers Can Fail

Taking as a symbolic basis for the discussion a French fairy tale called “Peau d'Âne” (“Donkey's Skin”) by Charles Perrault, I propose a reflection on essential phases of feminine psychic development in a patriarchal context. I also intend to enlarge the discussion to the collective dimension.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


03 11 Seminar

Susanna Bucher Alther, Dr. sc. nat. ETH
Tuesday
9 March 2021 | 13:00–14:45
23 March 2021 | 13:00–14:45
13 April 2021 | 13:00–14:45
English
The Golden Tree: A Fairy Tale from Myanmar about True Relatedness

A stray dog living with a hermit is transformed into a beautiful girl. The king happens to pass by and falls in love with her ...
We will work on the interpretation of the tale in groups. We will also look for parallel motifs in Grimm’s fairy tales.

ISAP Students (MA, TC, DC)

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

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03 18 Lecture

Kathrin Schaeppi, MS, MFA
Thursday
11 March 2021 | 15:00–16:45
18 March 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Other areas of interest: 06 & 01
Creation Myths

A creation myth or cosmogonic myth is a symbolic narrative of how the world began and how people first came to inhabit it. We will look at frequently occurring motifs in creation myths and consider them from a depth psychological and sacred perspective.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.

** CANCELLED **

03 23 Seminar

Kathrin Schaeppi, MS, MFA
Friday
19 March 2021 | 13:00–16:45
English
Other areas of interest: 11

** This course has been cancelled. **

Working with Creation Myths

We will work on a creation myth in groups and consider it in relation to origin, function, motifs and how the myth presents itself similarly and differently in various cultures. What can it tell us about the collective unconscious? How does it touch us?
Prerequisite: my lecture on creation myths 03 18

12 ISAP Students (MA, TC, DC)

03 27 Experiential Seminar

Kathrin Schaeppi, MS, MFA
Margot Estabrook Stienstra, lic. phil.
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
26 March 2021 | 18:30–21:30
27 March 2021 | 9:00–17:00
28 March 2021 | 9:00–17:00
English
Deutsch
Other areas of interest: 11 & 04
Living a Symbolic Life: Finding Your Personal Myth

We invite you to commit to this experiential workshop for four semesters for 2 1⁄2 days each. In self-exploration we will “drop down” in active imagination, draw our imaginings, journal what we find, reflect and share.
The workshop is designed to create a temenos for psychic transformation. For details please contact:
Kathrin Schaeppi ([email protected]) and Margot Estabrook ([email protected]mail.com).

12 Training and Diploma Candidates

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

Ein symbolisches Leben führen: Finden Sie Ihren persönlichen Mythos

Wir laden Sie ein, an diesem Selbsterfahrungs-Workshop über 4 Semester zu je 2 1⁄2 Tagen teilzunehmen. Durch Selbsterkundung werden wir uns in aktiver Imagination “fallen lassen”, unsere Imaginationen zeichnen, protokollieren, was wir finden, reflektieren und teilen.
Der Workshop ist darauf ausgerichtet, einen Temenos für psychische Transformation zu schaffen. Für genauere Informationen kontaktieren Sie bitte:
Kathrin Schaeppi ([email protected]) und Margot Estabrook ([email protected]).

Selbsterfahrungsseminar
12 Ausbildungs- und Diplomkandidaten

Dieser Kurs erfordert von den Teilnehmenden zusätzliche Arbeit zwischen den Unterrichtsstunden.

See also: 01 16, 05 59, 05 62

04 Psychological Interpretation of Pictures

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04 08 Lecture

Paul Brutsche, Dr. phil.
Friday
5 March 2021 | 17:00–18:45
English
Open to the Public
Other areas of interest: 11 & 06
Niki de Saint Phalle: A Psychological Approach to her Artwork and the Symbolic Significance of the Tarot Garden

We shall approach, in a psychological interpretation, the main periods of this well-known French-American artist, using slides and a careful reading of the symbolic significance of her Tarot Garden in Tuscany. This is an artistic illustration of some aspects of the individuation process.
One of her famous Nana sculptures is an angel hanging in Zurich’s main station.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


04 12 Experiential Seminar

Lucienne Marguerat, lic. phil.
Tuesday
9 March 2021 | 15:30–18:00
16 March 2021 | 15:30–18:00
23 March 2021 | 15:30–18:00
30 March 2021 | 15:30–18:00
6 April 2021 | 15:30–18:00
13 April 2021 | 15:30–18:00
20 April 2021 | 15:30–18:00
27 April 2021 | 15:30–18:00
English
CH-course No. 1
Intuitive Painting

We start with wide movements of the brush, then try to let the picture guide us, so that unconscious and conscious elements can combine. If possible, bring your own brushes and paints (gouache only!).
Premises: Atelier Ruth Bourgogne, Badenerstrasse 173, 8003 Zurich. https://psychotherapie-kalkbreite.ch
Fee per person for rent of atelier: CHF 50.-

6 ISAP Students (MA, TC, DC)

04 17 Experiential Seminar

Lucienne Marguerat, lic. phil.
Ilsabe von Uslar Ryffel, lic. phil.
Thursday
11 March 2021 | 13:00–14:45
18 March 2021 | 13:00–14:45
25 March 2021 | 13:00–14:45
English
Other areas of interest: 11
How We Work with the Tree Test

The first part will be experiential, followed by theory. In each of the remaining sessions, two analysts will present their views on a Tree Test done by a client (each time a different one). I. von Uslar will explain the theory, the presentations will be done by K. Casanova, K. Schaeppi, M. Ehnberg and I. Meier. L. Marguerat will facilitate.

14 ISAP Students (MA, TC, DC)

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04 20 Lecture

Kathrin Schaeppi, MS, MFA
Tuesday
16 March 2021 | 13:00–14:45
English
Other areas of interest: 01 & 05
Resources for Symbol Papers and Theses: Birgit Littmann Brunner Slide Collection, The Picture Archive, Aras.org, etc.

Know sources of picture material available to ISAP students when preparing and illustrating your papers. Specific focus is on the contents and usage of the B. L. B. slide collection.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


See also: 01 48, 01 65, 01 66, 03 27, 05 59, 05 62, 08 32

05 Ethnology & Psychology

** DATE CHANGE **

05 21 Seminar

Ursula Ulmer, MA
Deborah Egger-Biniores, MSW
Wednesday
17 March 2021 | 13:00–14:45 << CANCELLED
24 March 2021 | 13:00–14:45 << CANCELLED
31 March 2021 | 13:00–14:45 << CANCELLED
7 April 2021 | 13:00–14:45
14 April 2021 | 13:00–14:45
21 April 2021 | 13:00–14:45
28 April 2021 | 13:00–14:45
5 May 2021 | 13:00–14:45
12 May 2021 | 13:00–14:45
19 May 2021 | 13:00–14:45
English
CH-course No. 3

** The first 3 sessions of this course have been cancelled. The course was take place in 7 sessions beginning 7 April as scheduled. **

Human Race, Race, Racism

Each student will be asked to bring/submit an article or book excerpt from his or her culture(s) of origin that deals with the subject of this seminar. Students will work in assigned groups and present their findings. In addition, Erich Neumann’s Depth Psychology and the New Ethic will be read and discussed. Suggested further reading in preparation for this seminar is The Cultural Complex by Tom Singer and Sam Kimbles.

16 ISAP Students (MA, TC, DC)

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

05 47 Lecture

Penelope Yungblut, MA
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Tuesday & Thursday
27 April 2021 | 13:00–14:45
29 April 2021 | 13:00–14:45
4 May 2021 | 13:00–14:45
6 May 2021 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
CH-course No. 3
The Individual and Society: Being the Change We Want to See

How we treat others mirrors how we treat ourselves. As individuals, communities, societies, and nations, we marginalize parts of self and others as being “lesser than.” In these lectures, we will explore such questions as what underlies this archetypal propensity? What does change require of us? How does analysis evoke transformative possibilities of our becoming the change we want to see? We will examine how inner work can lead to a more compassionate, connected, and equitable self and society.

ISAP students are expected on-site. This course will be broadcast live from ISAP on Zoom. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.

05 50 Lecture

Katarzyna Wach, Mgr. Psych., Soc. Psych.
Tuesday
4 May 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
CH-course No. 3
Other areas of interest: 11
Jungian Psychology in the 21st Century: Questions, Reflections, Explorations

Looking into cultural complexes and body politics of gender, sexuality and race in the light of contemporary social movements.


05 59 Lecture

Peter Ammann, Dr. phil.
Thursday
27 May 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
Other areas of interest: 04 & 03
Rock Art and the Origin of Consciousness: How Rock Paintings Reflect the Emergence of Humans as a “Symbolic Species”

ISAP students are expected on-site. This course will be broadcast live from ISAP on Zoom. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


05 62 Lecture

Peter Ammann, Dr. phil.
Friday
28 May 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
Other areas of interest: 04 & 03
Rock Art and Psyche: Rock Paintings, Hunting and the Emergence of Directed Consciousness

ISAP students are expected on-site. This course will be broadcast live from ISAP on Zoom. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


See also: 04 20, 06 46, 11 37

06 Religion & Psychology

06 46 Open Seminar

Margot Estabrook Stienstra, lic. phil.
Tuesday & Thursday
27 April 2021 | 10:00–11:45
29 April 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
CH-course No. 3
Other areas of interest: 05 & 11
Jung on Nature ... and Implications for Culture

The Zeitgeist – and our calling – beckon us to examine together selected excerpts from Jung’s writings on Nature, to draw intimations for eco-reciprocity, more conscious re-engagement and relationship.

06 56 Open Seminar

John Desteian, J.D.DPsy
Tuesday & Wednesday
25 May 2021 | 15:00–18:45
26 May 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
CH-course No. 3
Other areas of interest: 01
The Psychological Problem of Religion

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. Our alienation from being in the world as human is expressed in religious, intrapsychic, interpersonal and geopolitical wars.

ISAP students are expected on-site. This course will be broadcast live from ISAP on Zoom. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.

06 63 Lecture

Maria Grazia Calzà, PhD
Friday
28 May 2021 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
Over-Flowing: Women’s Mysticism and Imagination

To Jung our imagination is the door to divinity: it serves as a symbolic intermediary allowing for the imaging of the imageless divine. Images allow mystics to stand in relationship to the transcendent. The numinous images of this “Imaginative Presence” over-flowed medieval mystic women’s consciousness and transmuted it in a substantive way that was grounded in the body. They envisioned Jesus as an “incarnational form” of divinity (Self) that was feminine in nature. He was seen as a “continuum with” rather than as an “opposition to” their ordinary feminine experience of embodiment.

ISAP students are expected on-site. This course will be broadcast live from ISAP on Zoom. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


See also: 01 49, 03 18, 04 08, 11 37

07 Association Experiment & Theory of Complexes

07 41 Experiential Seminar

Nancy Krieger, PhD
Stacy Wirth, MA
Wednesday
21 April 2021 | 15:00–18:45
28 April 2021 | 15:00–18:45
English
Word Association Experiment: Part I

This is the first part of the required seminar in the Word Association Experiment. We will present the history, theory and practice of the WAE in preparation for your work with a client.
Studierende, die das A.E. Seminar auf Deutsch absolvieren möchten, melden sich bitte bei: Katharina Casanova [email protected].

ISAP Students (MA, TC, DC)

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

07 51 Experiential Seminar

Nancy Krieger, PhD
Wednesday
5 May 2021 | 15:00–16:45
12 May 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Other areas of interest: 01
Acting Out Your Complexes

You will be given a short article “Obstacles and Helps to Self-Understanding” by Mary Ann Mattoon to read. After a short introduction the students will divide into groups, each group will be given a complex to work on and present in the second session. Further instructions will be given. In the second session, each group will present “their” complex, explaining what factors in the life of the individual may have contributed to its formation, how it limits the individual, how it serves to protect the person, what may be the archetypal core. This will be done both as explanation and as a short acted drama.

15 ISAP Students (MA, TC, DC)

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

See also: 01 65, 01 66, 02 28

08 Developmental Psychology

08 32 Seminar

Erhard Trittibach, lic. theol.
Friday
30 April 2021 | 10:00–11:45
7 May 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
CH-course No. 2 & No. 3
Other areas of interest: 04 & 11
Sandplay: Working with Children in Different Cultural Contexts

I will show sand pictures from the children I worked with. We will discuss the pictures with the emphasis on the different cultural contexts they were living in.

12 Training and Diploma Candidates

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08 36 Open Seminar

Lars Oivind Oian, Cand.polit.
Tuesday & Wednesday
13 April 2021 | 10:00–11:45
14 April 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
CH-course No. 1 & No. 2
Healing the Wound of Trauma in Children: Safety, Love and Playfulness

To be on the front line each day, meeting traumatized children at the Children’s House in Bergen Police District, has given me a unique and extraordinary experience and insight into their horror of trauma and dissociation. I will share a clinically rich and comprehensive overview of the trauma treatment and crisis intervention given. It will also be a presentation of judicial forensic interviews with children, and the importance of medical examination since their body can be a scene of crime. I will also bring in the deep experience of love, healing and playful approaches to serious problems in therapy such as dreamwork, imagination, drawings and sandplay.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.

See also: 01 16

09 Comparison of Psychodynamic Concepts

09 25 Seminar

Isabelle Meier, Dr. phil.
Thursday
25 March 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Other areas of interest: 01
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.

18 ISAP Students (MA, TC, DC)


** DATE CHANGE **

09 26 Seminar

Irene Berkenbusch-Erbe, Dr. phil.
Friday
23 April 2021 | 13:00–16:45 << NEW DATE!
English
Other areas of interest: 12 & 11
Transference and Countertransference as a Diagnostic Tool in the Therapeutic Process

The process of transference and countertransference in their many facets must be carefully perceived in the analytical therapeutic process. What happens in this reciprocal transference process between therapist and patient? Using some case vignettes, we shall show their value and importance.

10 Training and Diploma Candidates


09 58 Seminar

John Desteian, J.D.DPsy
Wednesday & Thursday
26 May 2021 | 17:00–18:45
27 May 2021 | 17:00–18:45
English
Other areas of interest: 02 & 01
Freud and Jung on the Use of Dreams

This seminar will delve into the differences in theory and practice Jung and Freud employed in utilizing dreams in the analytic encounter.

12 Training and Diploma Candidates

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

See also: 02 05, 10 43

10 Psychopathology & Psychiatry

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10 15 Lecture

Ursula Wirtz, Dr. phil.
Wednesday
10 March 2021 | 17:00–18:45
English
Open to the Public
CH-course No. 3 & No. 4
Other areas of interest: 12
Working through Trauma: Learning from The Red Book

Recommended reading:
Wirtz, Ursula: Trauma and Beyond. The Mystery of Transformation. Routledge 2020

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


** CHANGE TO ZOOM ONLY **

10 19 Open Seminar

Irene Berkenbusch-Erbe, Dr. phil.
Friday
12 March 2021 | 13:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Other areas of interest: 11 & 12
Narcissism or Healthy Self-Confidence?

How can we distinguish the different forms of narcissism from each other? What are the criteria for a pathological narcissism? Society and politics seem increasingly narcissistic. There will be time for discussion.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


** CANCELLED **

10 43 Open Seminar

Douglas Whitcher, PhD
Friday
9 April 2021 | 10:00–11:45
16 April 2021 | 10:00–11:45
23 April 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
CH-course No. 4
Other areas of interest: 12 & 09

** This course has been cancelled. **

“Secondary Gain” as a Cry from the Depths

Why do the symptoms of many patients persist in spite of having followed the treatment plan? Following Freud’s question of why so many patients refuse to renounce their symptoms, we will pose the Jungian hypothesis that the symptom is a doorway into a deeper appreciation of experiences that elude common conceptions of happiness and success. The seminar will be based on case examples of difficult to treat disturbances.

10 44 Seminar

Yuriko Sato, MD
Friday
23 April 2021 | 13:00–16:45
30 April 2021 | 13:00–16:45
7 May 2021 | 13:00–16:45
English
Practicing Differential Diagnosis in Psychiatry

We will work on cases in published case books and practice differential diagnosis in psychiatry.
The seminar is suitable for candidates who have finished the “Fundamentals of Psychiatry and Psychopathology” Propaedeuticum exam.

6 Training and Diploma Candidates

See also: 11 40, 12 55

11 Individuation

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11 06 Lecture

John Hill, MA
Thursday
4 March 2021 | 19:00–20:45
English
Open to the Public
Other areas of interest: 01
Jung’s Many Homes: Sacred and Secular

The many homes of Jung represent different dimension of his personality. These homes remained not only inner symbolic experiences, but also found expression in the outer world, as in the creation of The Red Book and Bollingen. The dynamic of this undertaking expresses Jung’s individuation process, an attempt to link heaven and earth.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


** CHANGE TO ZOOM ONLY **

11 33 Lecture

Stefano Carpani, Dott. M.A. M.Phil
Friday
12 March 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
Other areas of interest: 02 & 12
The Consequences of Freedom: Moving Beyond the Intermediate States of Broken Individualization and Liquidity

I attempt a comparative study of C. G. Jung’s individuation process, German sociologist Ulrich Beck’s individualization theory, and Polish sociologist Zygmunt Bauman’s concept of liquidity.
This comparison will serve to introduce a new configuration of psychosocial studies, wherein Jung is used to consider the psychic and Beck and Bauman the social.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


** CHANGE TO ZOOM ONLY **

11 37 Lecture

Peter Kenney, MA
Thursday
15 April 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Other areas of interest: 06 & 05
Being and Becoming: An Exploration of Vocation from a Jungian Perspective

We will reflect on the nature and meaning of vocation from self-experience and the experience of others from a Jungian perspective, inspired by, and in light of, Jung’s lecture on vocation entitled “The Development of Personality” in CW 17. We will explore the experience of “the call” in the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures, the calling and the initiation of the Shaman, and the vocation of the wounded healer. We will also reflect on the experience of individuation and the call to self-transcendence.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


11 40 Lecture

Francisco Garcia, MEd
Tuesday
20 April 2021 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
CH-course No. 3
Other areas of interest: 10
Addiction: A Crisis of Faith

Addictive substances, be they drugs, alcohol or food, hold a fascination for a majority in our society, and it may well be that the numinosity that these substances offer reflects the central crisis in our 21st century culture — the crisis of faith.

ISAP students are expected on-site. This course will be broadcast live from ISAP on Zoom. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


** CHANGE TO ZOOM ONLY **

11 42 Lecture

Karin Jironet, Prof. Dr.
Thursday
22 April 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Feminine Leadership: Personal Development Beyond Polarities

Often, the things that we like the least in ourselves help us the most. In The Divine Comedy, Dante Alighieri describes a journey through the seven cardinal sins and virtues. Awareness of these human polarities brings freedom from shackles, transformation and deeper understanding of our own personality.
It can be liberating and healing to acknowledge the Shadow, the least wanted or unrealized part of yourself. We will explore the fundamental psychological dynamics between sin and virtue and why personal development is relevant to leadership. How can we access the potential for our consciousness’ expansion and live a truly creative and purposeful life?
Pre-reading: Jironet, Feminine Leadership: Personal Development Beyond Polarities, 2019, Routledge

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


11 52 Experiential Seminar

Penelope Yungblut, MA
Saturday & Sunday
8 May 2021 | 10:00–16:45
9 May 2021 | 10:00–15:45
English
Exploring the Psyche in the Service of Individuation

An opportunity to discover and connect with hidden parts of self and split off experience through various modes of active imagination. We will explore and engage with images, affects, and energies emerging from the unconscious for the insights they offer.

12 ISAP Students (MA, TC, DC)

11 53 Lecture

Svetlana Zdravkovic, PhD
Wednesday
19 May 2021 | 10:00–11:45
19 May 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
Sexuality as the Creative Way of Expression

Jung sees the sexual instinct as one of the drives, which does not cease to make us creative, happy, anxious, depressed, etc. A relation is established between Jungian notions and clinical practice.

11 54 Experiential Seminar

Svetlana Zdravkovic, PhD
Thursday
20 May 2021 | 10:00–14:45
English
Sexuality and Creativity

The workshop with active imagination will follow and be based on lecture 11 53. Participants will work with clay. A contribution of 5 CHF to pay for materials will be required.

15 ISAP Students (MA, TC, DC)


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11 57 Lecture

Dariane Pictet, Ad. Dip. Ex. Psych
Wednesday
26 May 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Open to the Public
Balancing your Checkbook: Spirituality and Money

This lecture will explore the psychology of money, approaching it as symbol, psychic energy, complex, Shadow. What does it mean to be broke or wealthy and how does money manifest in the clinical setting? We will also look at soul and money as a sacred dance and examine how we engage with wealth management in a material world.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


** CANCELLED **

11 60 Lecture

Lisa Holland, MS
Thursday
27 May 2021 | 13:00–14:45
English
Open to the Public
Other areas of interest: 12

** This course has been cancelled. **

Guilt, Shame and Shamelessness: In Analysis and Beyond

We will explore guilt and its importance to individuation, distinguish between guilt and shame, and examine the phenomenon of shamelessness through Jung’s writings, symbolic and clinical material and the current social and political milieu.

ISAP students are expected on-site. This course will be broadcast live from ISAP on Zoom. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.

11 61 Lecture

Francisco Garcia, MEd
Thursday
27 May 2021 | 15:00–16:45
English
Open to the Public
The Meaning of Suffering

Sufferers want to know why they suffer, and this search for meaning is often the beginning of spiritual or psychological awakening.

ISAP students are expected on-site. This course will be broadcast live from ISAP on Zoom. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


See also: 01 39, 03 04, 03 23, 03 27, 04 08, 04 17, 05 50, 06 46, 08 32, 09 26, 10 19, 12 03, 12 10, 12 55

12 Practical Case

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12 03 Lecture

Yuriko Sato, MD
Tuesday
2 March 2021 | 19:00–20:45
English
Open to the Public
Other areas of interest: 01 & 11
Mindful Listening in Our Practice

Listening to what analysands say is not as easy as one might think. Mindfulness is widely commercialised, yet often overlooked in psychotherapy. “Am I really listening to the person in front of me?” What does this question mean? We will explore this fundamental act and attitude not only of an analyst, but more generally of a human being.

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.


12 10 Seminar

Deborah Egger-Biniores, MSW
Tuesday
9 March 2021 | 10:00–11:45
16 March 2021 | 10:00–11:45
23 March 2021 | 10:00–11:45
30 March 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
CH-course No. 4
Other areas of interest: 01 & 11
Transference in Theory, Clinical Practice and Life

This course will include an overview of a variety of perspectives on transference and countertransference, including but not limited to writings by Jung, Fordham, Kalsched, Schwarz-Salant, Jacoby, Kohut, and Dieckmann. Small group discussions will be utilized in class to help integrate the wide variety of perspectives which range from the Rosarium Pictures (1550) to current theory and research. This course could require extra work on the part of the student between sessions, but this is not mandatory for attendance.

15 Training and Diploma Candidates

12 13 Experiential Seminar

Murray Stein, PhD
Wednesday
10 March 2021 | 10:00–11:45
17 March 2021 | 10:00–11:45
24 March 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
The Use of Active Imagination in Jungian Psychoanalysis

A seminar on the use of active imagination with analysands. Participants will be strongly encouraged to practice active imagination and share their experiences with fellow seminarians.
Required readings for the seminar:
1. Sonu Shamdasani, “Introduction,” The Red Book Reader’s Edition, pp. 15–32.
2. C. G. Jung, The Red Book Reader’s Edition, pp. 141–146 (“The Desert”)
3. C. G. Jung, The Red Book Reader’s Edition, pp. 194–198 (“Resolution”)
4. C. G. Jung, Mysterium Coniunctionis, CW 14, paras. 752–758.
It would be good if students read these selections in advance of the seminar. In the seminar we will discuss them in detail.

12 Training and Diploma Candidates

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

12 29 Seminar

Ursula Ulmer, MA
Wednesday
7 April 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Deutsch
Writing Case Reports

An overview

15 Training and Diploma Candidates

Schriftliche Fallberichte

Eine Übersicht

15 Ausbildungs- und Diplomkanditaten


** DATE & TIME CHANGE AND CHANGE TO ZOOM ONLY **

12 55 Seminar

Judith Savage, DPsy
Tuesday & Friday << NEW DAYS!
Zoom << CHANGE TO ZOOM ONLY!
11 May 2021 | 15:00–16:45 << NEW DATE & TIME!
18 May 2021 | 15:00–16:45 << NEW DATE & TIME!
21 May 2021 | 15:00–16:45 << NEW DATE & TIME!
English
CH-course No. 4
Other areas of interest: 10 & 11
Jungian Case Formulation

Following a review of the basic concerns necessary for effective therapy, the unique characteristics of a Jungian analysis in its earliest case formulation will be discussed. This would include techniques for extending the therapeutic focus from problem solving towards meaning-making. Other techniques for shifting the clinical focus to the inner world and increasing the patient’s connection to the Self will be outlined.
Methods to enhance the patient’s capacity to think symbolically and to utilize the transference-countertransference field will also be explored, along with attention to the numinous or transcendent function in dreams and case material.

20 Training and Diploma Candidates

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

This course will take place on Zoom ONLY. All students must be on Zoom. This event is NOT at ISAP. Please see our page on Zoom Lectures for details on how to attend.

See also: 01 14, 01 31, 01 48, 02 24, 02 34, 09 26, 10 15, 10 19, 10 43, 11 33, 11 60, 13 07, 13 35

13 Case Colloquia

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

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

13 01 Colloquium

Ursula Ulmer, MA
Tuesday
2 March 2021 | 10:00–11:45
English
Case Colloquium

Weekly meetings at ISAP to be arranged for the semester in our first meeting
Registration: [email protected]

6 Diploma Candidates


13 07 Colloquium

Diane Cousineau Brutsche, Dr. phil.
Friday & Monday
5 March 2021 | 14:00–17:00
8 March 2021 | 9:00–12:00
12 March 2021 | 14:00–17:00
15 March 2021 | 9:00–12:00
English
Other areas of interest: 02 & 12
Case Colloquium

5 Diploma Candidates

13 22 Colloquium

Bernard Sartorius, lic. theol.
Thursday
18 March 2021 | 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 19 21

12 Diploma Candidates


13 35 Colloquium

Deborah Egger-Biniores, MSW
Monday
12 April 2021 | 9:00–12:00
19 April 2021 | 9:00–12:00
26 April 2021 | 9:00–12:00
English
Other areas of interest: 12 & 01
Case Colloquium

6 Diploma Candidates

13 45 Colloquium

Irene Berkenbusch-Erbe, Dr. phil.
Saturday & Sunday
24 April 2021 | 13:00–16:45
25 April 2021 | 13:00–14:45
English
Colloquium with Emphasis on Transference and Countertransference

Location: ISAPZURICH, Stampfenbachstrasse 115
Register directly with: [email protected]

6 Diploma Candidates

13 64 Colloquium

Joanne Wieland-Burston, PhD
English
CH-course No. 3
“For I have been a stranger in a strange land!”

In this case colloquium we shall be concentrating on the repercussions of the experience of foreignness on the analytical work.
Dates and times are decided on together.
Location: Zoom from home to home
Registration: [email protected]

7 Diploma Candidates

14 Expressive Therapy

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.

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.

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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