Tuesday, July 12 , 2022
Noon – 1:30pm PT
Offered Live via Zoom
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Join Stefano Carpani in conversation with Joseph Cambray, Susan Rowland, Fanny Brewster, Mary Watkins, Patricia Berry, and Lionel Corbett as they discuss some of the themes included in this newly released anthology edited by Stefano.
More about the book:
This 2 volume anthology of contemporary classics in Analytical Psychology brings together academic, scholarly and clinical writings by contributors who constitute the ‘Post-Jungian’ generation. Carpani brings together important contributions from the Jungian world to establish the ‘new ancestors’ in this field, in order to serve future generations of Jungian analysts, scholars, historians and students. Each contributor has selected a piece of their work which they feel best represents their research and clinical interests, each aiding the expansion of current discussions on Jung and contemporary analytical psychology studies. This essential collection will be of interest to Jungian analysts and therapists, as well as academics and students of Jungian and post-Jungian studies.
Fanny Brewster, MFA, Ph.D.
Dr. Brewster is a Core Faculty member in the Depth Psychology Specialization in Integrative Therapy and Healing Practices. Prior to beginning in this capacity she served as a faculty member in the Clinical Program and as an adjunct faculty working within the Depth, Archetypal and Jungian Psychology (DJA), and Depth Psychotherapy Departments (DPT), while maintaining a New York City private practice. As a faculty member of the New York C.G. Jung Foundation she has taught classes and given public forum lectures on Jungian related topics. While a Board Member with the New York Analytical Psychology Club, Dr. Brewster developed and led experiential workshops on Dreams, Creative Writing and Mythology. She has given national and international workshops and lectures on Culture, Diversity and Creativity—the Depth Writing Workshop. She has received two Gradiva Award nominations for her writing from the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. Her most recent book is Archetypal Grief: Slavery’s Legacy of Intergenerational Child Loss. (Routledge)
Joseph Cambray, Ph.D.
Joe Cambray is CEO-President at Pacifica. He is also past President of the International Association for Analytical Psychology; he has served as the U.S. Editor for the Journal of Analytical Psychology and is on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Analytical Psychology and The Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche. He has been a faculty member at Harvard Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital, Center for Psychoanalytic Studies. Dr. Cambray is a Jungian analyst in Santa Barbara, CA. His numerous publictaions include the book based on his Fay Lectures: Synchronicity: NatureandPsycheinanInterconnectedUniverse.
Stefano Carpani, M.A., M.Phi.
Stefano Carpani is an Italian sociologist (post-graduate of the University of Cambridge) and psychoanalyst trained at the C.G. Jung Institute, Zürich, accredited analyst CGJI-Z/IAAP. He graduated in Literature and Philosophy from the Catholic University of Milan. He works in private practice in Berlin (DE). He is the initiator of the YouTube interview series Breakfast at Küsnacht, which aims to capture the voices of senior Jungians. He is among the initiators of several psychosocial and innovative on-line programs including: “Accogliere le ferrite di chi cura” (Reaching out to the wounds of health professionals), La prossima generazione (The next generation) a think-tank dedicated to the under40, Psychosocial Wednesdays, a digital salon molded on those Freud´s Wednesdays meetings in Vienna and on Jung´s meetings at the Psychological Club, and “#TherapistforUkraine”, an online free of charge psychological support to the Ukrainian population. His many edited books include: Breakfast at Küsnacht: Conversations on C. G. Jung, The Plural Turn in Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies: The Work of Andrew Samuels, Anthology of Contemporary Classics in Analytical psychology: The New Ancestors Individuation and Liberty in a Globalized World, Psychosocial Perspectives on Freedom after Freedom,Lockdown Therapy: Jungian Perspectives on how the Pandemic Changed Psychoanalysis
Susan Rowland, Ph.D.
Susan is Core Faculty, and Advisor in Research and the Humanities in MA Depth Psychology and Creativity, as well as teaching in the Doctoral Program in Jungian and Archetypal Studies at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Newcastle and her MAs from the Universities of London and Oxford. In 2003 Susan became the first Chair of the International Association of Jungian Studies (IAJS). She is author of many studies of Jung, literary theory, the arts and gender including Jung: A Feminist Revision (2002), Jung as a Writer (2005), and also edited Psyche and the Arts (2008). Another recent book is C.G. Jung and the Humanities (2010), showing how Jung’s work is a response to the creative, psychological, spiritual, philosophical and ecological crises of our age. In 2012 her book, The Ecocritical Psyche: Literature, Complexity Evolution and Jung was published by Routledge, followed by Remembering Dionysus (2017) and Jungian Literary Criticism: the Essential Guide (2019). Particularly important is Susan’s exposition with Joel Weishaus in Jungian Arts-Based Research and the Nuclear Enchantment of New Mexico. Here Susan shows that depth psychology animates art into providing therapy with the world. Her own work in JABR is represented by her first mystery novel, The Sacred Well Murders (Chiron 2022). See her website: https://www.susanrowland-books.com/
Mary is former chair of the Depth Psychology Program, Co-Chair of the Community, Liberation, Indigenous, and Eco- Psychologies Specialization (CLIE), and Coordinator of Community and Ecological Fieldwork and Research in CLIE at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She was trained as a clinical and developmental psychologist and was an early member of the archetypal/imaginal psychology movement. She has worked in a wide variety of clinical settings and with groups on issues of peace, diversity, social justice, reconciliation, immigration, and the envisioning of community and cultural transformation. She is the author of Waking Dreams, Invisible Guests: The Development of Imaginal Dialogues, Mutual Accompaniment and the Creation of the Commons, co-author of Toward Psychologies of Liberation, Talking with Young Children about Adoption,and Up Against the Wall: Re-Imagining the U.S.-Mexico Border, and co-editor of Psychology and the Promotion of Peace.
Patricia Berry, Ph.D.
Patricia Berry, Ph.D., has been active in the Jungian world for nearly half a century, serving on faculties and boards of training institutions. She is one of the founders of Archetypal Psychology and is the author of Echo’s Subtle Body: A Contribution to Archetypal Psychology. Other more recent articles include: “Image in Motion,” “Rules of Thumb,” and “A Little Light.” In 1991 she was the first Scholar in Residence at Pacifica. She lectures internationally and has served as president of both the New England and the Inter-Regional Societies of Jungian Analysts.
Lionel Corbett, M.D.
Lionel Corbett trained in medicine and psychiatry in England and as a Jungian Analyst at the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago. He is a professor of depth psychology at Paciﬁca Graduate Institute and author of five books: Psyche and the sacred:The religious function of the psyche;The sacred cauldron: Psychotherapy as a spiritual practice;The soul in anguish: Psychotherapeutic approaches to suffering, and UnderstandingEvil: A guide for psychotherapists. He is co-editor of four volumes of collected papers: Psyche’s Stories; Depth psychology, meditations in the field; Psychology at the threshold; and Jung and aging.
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