Saturday 13 and 20 June 2020 – A Live Webinar
A Two-Day Workshop with Dr Janina Fisher PhD
In this workshop, we will look at how the neuroscience and attachment research of the past twenty years has transformed our notions of “memory”. We now know that “the body keeps the score,” that our most painful experiences are less often remembered than encoded in wordless somatic and emotional memories..
Friday 17 July 2020 – A Live Webinar
With speaker Murray Stein
Active imagination is one of the pillars of Jungian psychoanalysis. Along with the developmental concept of individuation, the activation of transference in the therapeutic relationship, and the interpretation of dreams, active imagination is a key component that constitutes the essence of Jungian clinical work. Paradoxically, however, active imagination has been neglected as a method by many Jungian psychoanalysts since Jung’s death in 1961.
Saturday 18 July 2020 – A Live Webinar
With Professor Stephen Porges and Professor Sue Carter
The spread of the SARSCov2 virus presents an unprecedented event that rapidly introduced widespread life threat, economic de-stabilization, and social isolation. The human nervous system is tuned to detect safety and danger, integrating body and brain responses via the autonomic nervous system.
Saturday 25 July 2020 – A Live Webinar
A Workshop with Dr Elaine Aron, Dr Art Aron and Dr Michael Pluess
We often think of highly sensitive people as having less structured boundaries than others: their heightened responses can be confused with poor ego function, with personality or mood disorders. But in this conference we will be looking at new work with Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) as those who have an innate trait of sensory processing sensitivity (SPS).