ARCHETYPES AND THE INTERSUBJECTIVE
Sherry Salman Ph.D
EXPANDING ANALYTIC ATTENTION OF THE EMBODIED & THE IMAGINED
Date: Sun 17th July 2016
Time 2.00pm – 5.30pm
Sherry Salman is a psychoanalyst and teacher, and is an internationally recognized author and speaker. Her area of expertise is symbolism and the creative imagination in postmodern culture and psychological life.
Salman was a founding member and the first president of the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association, a nonprofit educational community that fosters the training of psychoanalysts and promotes the creative understanding and applications of psychology in professional, cultural, and scientific communities. She now serves on the faculty there and has contributed to the education of many Jungian analysts and psychotherapists. She has also served as an associate editor for three professional journals and is a consultant for the Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism in NYC.
We will watch a video of Sherry’s presentation then engage in exercises and discussion to share what we make of her paper whilst reflecting on our own practice.
There are 40 places:
£5 TRS members + eventbrite fee
£35 membership + event plus eventbrite fee
2pm-2.30pm coffee, tea and time to mingle in the kitchen area – bring your lunch if you wish.
Venue: The Minster Centre, 20 Lonsdale Road, Queen’s Park, London NW6 6RD. Tube: Queen’s Park 5 min walk. Brondesbury Park 10 minute walk away. The Minster Centre is wheel chair accessible and has a lift.
Terrorisms: Terrified and Terrifying States of Mind
A TRS Members’ discussion and AGM
Feb. 21, 2016
The TRS annual general meeting will start off with a presentation and discussion
addressing the topic of ‘Terrorisms’. How does terror and terrorism enter or impact on the
clinical setting? How do we meet it and think about it relationally? How do geopolitical
realties enter the space? Are they already there? Please bring your own lines of inquiry to
inform the discussion.
14:00 Gather, chat, refreshments.
14:30 Theme introduction followed by discussion
16:30 Break for informal discussion and refreshments
17:30 End of the day.
There are no costs for this AGM event for existing members. Please note that you must be a standing member in order to attend this event.
To book your place click on the link below and follow the instructions where you will be able to purchase or renew your membership. If you are unclear about the status of you membership, please contact Jane: firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue: The Minster Centre, 20 Lonsdale Road, Queen’s Park, London NW6 6RD. Tube:
Queen’s Park 5 min walk. Brondesbury Park 10 minute walk away. The Minster Centre is
wheel chair accessible and has a lift to access the meeting room floor.