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June 2004

Is Our Analytical Psychology Melancholic?

Part of a series called Three Portraits of Jung Christian Gaillard: Is Our Analytical Psychology Melancholic? – An Inquisitive Portrait of Jung Through Two Works of Art Find out more here

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24 June, 2004
April 2005

States of Terror: Geopolitics, Ecology, Elections

John Beebe (San Francisco), Renos Papadopoulos, Ann Shearer, Chair: Andrew Samuels Find out more here

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6 April, 2005
July 2005

Terror Comes to London

This will be an Open Forum for psychological and political reflection, chaired by Andrew Samuels.

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29 July, 2005
September 2005

Terror comes to London

A SECOND MEETING

This will be a second Open Forum for psychological and political reflection, again chaired by Andrew Samuels.

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16 September, 2005
October 2006

World in Transitions conference

JessicaBenjamin, Susie Orbach and Chris Hauke
Institutes 1st biennial Andrew Samuels Lecture
given by Jessica Benjamin

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7 October, 2006
January 2007

Social Dreaming Matrix

led by Amelie Noack and James Barrett Find out more here

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20 January, 2007
March 2007

Succeeding Laius: Intergenerational difficulties in psychotherapy organisations

Henry Abramovitch, Ken Eisold, Olya Khaleelee, Ann Shearer Find out more here

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10 March, 2007
June 2008

A Workshop with Honor Griffith Phd

Elder Workshop with Honor Griffith
Becoming an Elder: A Jungian Approach

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13 June, 2008 - 14 June, 2008
October 2008

Financial Crisis Meeting

Organised in collaboration with Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility, International Association for Jungian Studies, The Relational School (Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in the UK)

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3 October, 2008

Self, Selves, No-Self: Jung, Buddhism and Intersubjectivity

2nd Andrew Samuels Lecture by Polly Young-Eisendrath Find out more here

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15 October, 2008
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