Jungian Winter Intensive February 2020

Jungian Winter Intensive February 2020

16 – 23 February 2020
7 Day Experience in Zurich! 

Sail into the world of Carl Jung on the snow frosted shores of Lake Zurich this winter for a Jungian Winter Intensive. The journey will take you on an in depth exploration at The C. G. Jung Institute Zurich, Switzerland. Open to all who is interested in Jungian Psychology.

34 CEU’s


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Includes accommodation, breakfast and lunch, outings and training!

Sail into the world of Carl Jung on the snow frosted shores of Lake Zurich this winter for our annual Jungian Winter Intensive. The journey will take you on an in depth exploration at: The C. G. Jung Institute Zurich, Switzerland.

What is included:

– Lodging in a modern boutique hotel (Shared rooms; Single supplement available)
– All lectures and seminars
– Five breakfasts
– Two lunches
– Apéro reception party
– Two dinners
– Visit to Jung’s grave

*Optional: Tour of Bollingen Tower with one of Jung’s grandsons cost (additional $108)

 

Itinerary Jungian Winter Intensive February 16-23, 2020

Day 1, February 16 – Arrivals: Exploring Zurich, general meet and welcome, basic professional introductions and overview, review goals for the overall program – 7:30 p.m.: Group welcome dinner

Day 2, February 17 – 7 a.m.: Breakfast – 9:30a.m.: Welcome, introductions and information at the Jung Institute – 10 a.m.: Lecture/seminar – 12 p.m.: Lunch – 2-7:30 p.m.: Lecture/seminar

Day 3, February 18 – 7 a.m.: Breakfast – 9 a.m.: Lecture/seminar – 12 p.m.: Lunch – 2-7:30 p.m.: Lecture/seminar

Day 4, February 19 – 7 a.m.: Breakfast – 9 a.m.: Lecture/seminar – 12 p.m.: Lunch – Optional excursion to Jung’a grave – 2-7:30 p.m.: Lecture/seminar

Day 5, February 20 – 7 a.m.: Breakfast – 9 a.m.: Lecture/seminar – 12 p.m.: Lunch – 2-7:30 p.m.: Lecture/seminar

Day 6, February 21 – 7 a.m.: Breakfast – 9 a.m.: Lecture/seminar – 12 p.m.: Group Lunch – 1:15 p.m.: Feedback meeting and Excursion Information Meeting – 2-6:00 p.m.: Lecture/seminar – 6 p.m.: Closing apéro celebration followed by group dinner

Day 7, February 22 – 7 a.m.: Breakfast – 8 a.m.: Excursion to Jung’s tower at Bollingen – 12 p.m.: Lunch at traditional Lake side restaurant

Day 8, Feb. 23 – Departures

NOTE: Itinerary is subject to change at the discretion of program director.

 

Lectures and Seminars:

  • The Complex: Architect of Our Dreams

  • The Hurts of the Soul and the Humiliation Experiences

  • Psychological Types: The Fundamentals

  • “Negative” Emotions

  • The Queen of Sheba and Her Hairy Legs

  • The Colours in Alchemy

  • Qigong and Meditation – A Nonverbal Way to the Self

  • I Ching

  • The Relevance of Fairy (Fe) Tales

  • The Phenomena of (Fe) Synchronicity in Theory
    and Practice

  • Music and the Individuation process

  • The Humiliation Experiences and the Hurts
    of the Soul

  • Film: Never Look Away, Healing Cultural Trauma

  • Psychological Types and Individuation

  • The Archetype of the Shadow

  • Soul in Sand

  • Psyche and Soma

  • A Study of Wolfgang Pauli’s Dreams

  • Active Imagination and its Development

Instructors:

Idalina Aparecida deSousa, PhD
Leslee Brown, PhD
Ronnie Landau, MA Psych.
James Graham Johnston, M.Arch.
Sharon Martin, MSN, Psychologist and Analyst
Nancy Ortenberg, M.A.
Renate Daniel, Dr. med.
Janis Maxwell, PhD
Vicente De Moura, Dr. phil.
Qi Wang, Dr. med.
Ursula Brasch, lic. phil.
Dragomir Kojic, Jungian Analyst CGJIZ

What you will gain:

  • Describe the complex architect of our dreams.
  • Apply the fundamentals of psychological types.
  • Discuss the hurts of the soul and the humiliation experiences.
  • Discuss negative emotions and their use in psychotherapy and the individuation process.
  • Describe the relevance a of fairy tales in psychotherapy and individuation.
  • Discuss alchemy and its colours and meaning to the psycho-therapeutic process.
  • Apply nonverbal methods of Qigong, meditation and I Ching in psychotherapy as a non verbal way to the self.
  • Describe The Phenomena of Synchronicity in Theory and Practice.
  • Describe music and its part in the individuation process.

 

CEU Credits:

Intensive 34 CE credits

Mind Body Passport is approved by the California Psychological Association to provide continuing professional education for psychologists. Mind Body Passport maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

Mind Body Passport Inc. is also recognised as a CAMFT-approved Continuing Education Provider.

Certificate awarded upon successful completion.

 

The Organiser:

Dr. Leslee Brown is the founder of Mind Body Passport Inc., providing extraordinary international learning experiences and continuing education for professionals. Dr. Brown has been running customised training courses in Zurich, Vienna, London, Argentinia, South Africa and more for a number of years. Dr. Brown has more than 20 years’ experience as a psychologist in private practice. She is a graduate level professor at Sigmund Freud University campuses in Vienna and Paris. Dr. Brown is the founder and director of Mind Body Passport Inc. and has led numerous international travel courses. Dr. Brown  has lived, worked and studied throughout Europe for many years. She resides part time in Los Angeles, part time Paris and the rest of the time in the rest of the world.

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