Monday Break-Out Sessions

First Period 13:30 – 15:00

Betsy Cohen (CGJISF): Dr. Jung and his Patients.
Beth Darlington (NYAAP): Dr. Kristine Mann: Jung’s “Miss X” in “A study in the Process of Individuation,” CW 9i, para. 525-626.
Moderator: Martha Blake (AGAP, IRSJA)
Room no. 9

Mandala by one of Jung's patients

Andrew Samuels (SAP): Diversity Matters: Exclusion, Power, Prejudice and Sexual Conformism in Analytical Psychology Today – Planning for a More Open Profession.
Moderator: Barry Miller (CGJILA)
Room no. 8

John Merchant (ANZSJA): Jung and the Wounded Healer Origin: an Update.
Ann W. Norton (NESJA, AGAP): The Sun, the Horse, and Mongolian Shamanism.
Moderator: Valborg deGier Thornfeldt (DSAP)
Room no. 10

Stephan Alder (DGAP): Group-Analysis as a Part of the Identity of Analytical Psychology – as Persona, as Shadow, as Anima or as a part of the Self.
Moderator: Bente Thygesen (AGAP)
Room no. 12

Francesco Bisagni (SAP): Models and Methods for a Child Analytic Training: Analysis, Observation, Supervision and Theory.
Moderator: Margo Leahy (CGJISF)
Room no. 11

Harriet Friedman (CGJILA): Jungian SandPlay Therapy: Origins, Innovations and Controversies. With Rie Rogers Mitchell, Co-President of ISST.
Moderator: Olivia del Castillo Sanchez (SEPA, IGAP)
Room no. 14

Krysztof Rutkowski (IM): Reflections on the long term impact of the cultural trauma on the collective memory and its functions in individual development. With Malgorzata Kalinowska, Clinical Psychologist.
Moderator: Sylvester Wojtkowski (JPA)
Room no. 13

Romano Madera (AIPA): Lack of transcendence and sources of a renewed spirituality.
John Dourley (OAJA, AGAP): Conspiracies of Immanence, Jung, Tillich and Teilhard de Chardin.
Moderator: Mark Saban (IGAP)
Room no. 15

Jan Wiener (SAP) and Angela Connolly (CIPA): Education Committee. General presentation.
NB at this meeting you will be able to discuss key topics for voting at the Meeting of Delegates on Wednesday afternoon.
Room no. 1

Denise Ramos (SBrPA) and Toshio Kawai (AJAJ): Academic Sub-Committee. Neurosciences and Analytical Psychology: Challenges and Opportunities. With: George Hogenson (CSJA) and Vittorio Sinigaglia. Chair: Denise Ramos
Room no. 2

Second Period 15:30 – 17:00

Henrik Okboel (DSAP): The Red Book – Science or Fairytale?
Sylvester Wojtkowski (JPA): Marriage of Madness and Reason: The Red Book and the Invention of Active Imagination.
Moderator: Ann Ulanov (JPA)
Room no. 10

Thomas Singer (CGJISF): Listening to the Collective Psyche — Towards a Theory of Cultural Complexes based on Case Studies from Australia, Latin America and other parts of the World. From Australia, David Tacey (IAJS, Australia) will represent our book, Placing Psyche: Exploring the Cultural Complexes of Australia. From Latin America, Jacqueline Gerson (IM) and Axel Capriles (SVAJ, AGAP) will be representing our book, Listening to Latin America: Exploring the Cultural Complexes of Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
Moderator: Roberto Gambini (SGAP, AGAP)
Room no. 8

Helga Thomas (DGAP): The little mermaid – An old symbol and the steps of its transformation.
Luisa Zoppi (AIPA): The horrific world of Hänsel and Gretel: Controversies around amputation, survival and the internal saboteur (With Donald Kalsched)
Moderator: Donald Kalsched (IRSJA, NYAAP)
Room no. 9

Rosario Puglisi (CIPA): From Jung to neuroscience: laboratory of the word art, sounds and music. ITALIAN
Moderator: Giorgio Cavallari (CIPA)
Room no. 4

Maria Taveras (NYAAP): A Jungian Aesthetic: Art, Active Imagination, and the Creative Process.
Mary Wells Barron (AGAP, IRSJA): A Tear in the Veil: Beauty and Shadow in the Imagination of Alexander Mc Queen.
Moderator: Patricia Sohl (AGAP, CGJISF)
Room no. 11

Ruth Ammann (SGAP): From Analysis to Synthesis: Developments in Sandplay Therapy- possible developments in verbal Analysis. WORKSHOP
Moderator: Marta Tibaldi (AIPA)
Room no. 12

Patrizia Peresso (AIPA): Narrative Competence and Prospective Memory: A Glance from the Past to the Future.
Moderator: Marion Gallbach (SBrPA)
Room no. 13

David Gerbi (IIJP, LIRPA) with Joan Chodorow (CGIJSF): REFUGEE: JEWISH – LIBYAN – ITALIAN: Theatrical Exploration of the wounds of exile, healing and the 2011 Libyan Revolution from Depth Psychological Perspectives. Please click on this link and read about the presentation: IAAP website CPH 2013_REFUGEE-DG-rev1
Moderator: Joan Chodorow (CGJISF)
Room no. 14

Magda Farré (ICGJ) & Pedro Yscadar Rojas: La función trasncendente en el tiempo analítico actual /Transcendent function in the current analytical time. SPANISH
Pablo Raydán (SVAJ): La Retórica en la Psicoterapia: El discurso como imagen. SPANISH
Moderator: Pablo Gelsi Castillo (SUPA, SBrPA)
Room no. 15

Jan Wiener (SAP) and Angela Connolly (CIPA): Education Committee General presentation.
NB at this meeting you will be able to discuss key topics for voting at the Meeting of Delegates on Wednesday afternoon.
Room no. 1

Ann Casement (BAP, JPA), Christian Gaillard (SFPA), Carole Beebe Tarantelli (CIPA), Erel Shalit (IIJP), Sonoko Toyoda(AJAJ/AGAP), Christopher Beach (NESJA/AGAP): Ethics Committee: IAAP members and training candidates to bring ethical situations.
Room no. 2

Justitia, Frankfurt, Germany

Third Period 17:15 – 18:45

Tamar Kron and David Wieler (ILJP, NIJS): Erich Neumann: A Jungian Dialogical Existentialist.
Moderator Joerg Rasche (DGAP)
Room no. 9

Mariya Lomova (IM, RSAP): Russian soul in English and German ‘interpretation’.
Tristan Troudart (IIJP): Social change, inner transformation and Jungian psychology.
Grazina Gudaite (LAAP): The Dynamic of Authority images in the Context of Consequences of Collective trauma.
Moderator: Tatiana Rudakova (RSAP)
Room no. 8

Pasqualino Ancona (CIPA): La tragedia greca ponte tra memora e futuro. ITALIAN
Davide Favero (ARPA): Trasformazioni e continuità nella pratica analitica: da Bloch al World Wide Web. ITALIAN
Moderator: Antonella Adorisio (CIPA)
Room no. 11

Steven Nouriani (CGJISF): The Meeting of Two Rivers: Analytical Psychology and Mystical Islam.
Moderator: Judith Hecker (CGJILA)
Room no. 12

Mark Winborn (IRSJA): The Centrality of the Aesthetic Impulse to the Analytic Process.
Susanne Eberhard Petersen (DSAP, AGAP): Weaving the Threads of Danish History: Cultural Complexes in the New Tapestries to the Queen.
Moderator: Gunilla Midboe (DSAP)
Room no. 10

The Queen's Tapetries. The Middle Ages.

Liza Ravitz (CGJISF): Transference and Countertransferene in Sandplay: A Sacred, Alchemical Mix of Inner and Outer Space.
Moderator: Lisbet Myers Zacho (DSAP)
Room no. 14

Walter Boechat (AJB): Editors Meeting
Room no. 13

Joe Cambray (NESJA, JPA), Tom Kelly (IRSJA, AGAP), Marianne Mueller (SGAP): Consultation Service. With a 10-minute introduction by Marianne Müller about consultation.
Room no. 1

Ann Casement (BAP, JPA), Christian Gaillard (SFPA), Carole Beebe Tarantelli (CIPA), Erel Shalit (IIJP), Sonoko Toyoda(AJAJ/AGAP), Christopher Beach (NESJA/AGAP): Ethics Committee: IAAP members and training candidates to bring ethical situations.
Room no. 2

Meeting of the Presidents of Group Members from the Southern Hemisphere.
Room no. 4

Masters of Ceremony: – 100 hundred years later: so what ? A free place to share your thoughts, questions and comments on the different presentations – as well as overviews, links and gaps in the overall Program. With the participation of the Masters of Ceremony. Room no. 15