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The Society of Analytical
is currently planning an experiential weekend
exploring key themes of C.G. Jung’s Red Book
based in Grasmere, Lake District, U.K.
Dates TBD, October/November 2021
Lake View Country House, Lake View Drive,
Grasmere, LA22 9TD
For Autumn 2021, we are focusing on Jung’s Red Book: ‘The Way of What is to Come: Jung’s Liber Novus’. There will be experiential workshops and seminars, including an introduction to the Red Book, an exploration of Jung’s concepts of initiation and individuation, and a guided personal journey through use of Jung’s art work within the Red Book. To allow the experience to be further digested and personalized, we provide facilitated groups, social dreaming workshops and an opportunity to walk with others in the Lakeland fells. Numbers of participants are strictly limited to provide an in-depth experience.
For a more detailed idea of the programme, topics and speakers, please download:
Please email the completed form to our host Roselyn Abbott at: email@example.com.
Planned Weekend Schedule:
Available at a later date.
Roselyn Abbott is a Jungian Analyst, a member of the Group Analytic Society International and the British Association for Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Supervision. Ros is also a registered Mentalization Based Treatment Practitioner, and has extensive experience working as a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, Supervisor and Group Analyst within the NHS including forensic services, specialising in working with women and personality disorders. Ros holds an MA in Intercultural and Group Therapy, and currently works in private practice as a Jungian Analyst and Group Analyst. Ros is involved in both the SAP Analytic and Psychotherapy trainings, and has edited the Film & Culture section of the JAP.
Gillian Kind is a Jungian Analyst and psychotherapist working in South West London. She was trained by IGAP in London and also belongs to GAP. She has a varied practice including working with people who have suffered from trauma and different forms of psychological illness. She worked for six years in psychiatry and is interested in the overlap between psychology and religion. She likes working with dreams and active imagination, but also uses EMDR in her practice. She enjoys giving seminars and lectures for both training organisations as well as training analysts and doing supervision. Her interests include walking in nature and gardening.
Katerina Sarafidou is the Jungian Director of the MSc Psychodynamics of Human Development, which is run collaboratively by Birkbeck College and the British Psychotherapy Foundation. She is currently carrying out academic research at King’s College London on Jungian theory, German aesthetics and subjectivity. She lectures at both Birkbeck and King’s College and her current research project is on Kant and his notion of the unity of consciousness and transcendental freedom. In 2016, alongside two senior Jungian analysts, she helped establish The Circle of Analytical Psychology, which offers a 2-year course of study to Jungian analysts on Jung’s Liber Novus.
Rupert Tower is a psychologist, psychotherapist and Jungian Analyst (SAP) in private practice in Hampstead. Previously he worked in the Arts and as an Applied Social Psychologist and Director of an international qualitative research consultancy. His initial training involved a synthesis between a Classical Jungian therapeutic approach and Buddhist contemplative practice. He has published articles on Social Psychology, Market Research and Jung’s concept of the Shadow in organisations. Currently he teaches at the SAP and other Jungian organisations.
Diane Finiello Zervas is an Art Historian, and a Senior Training Analyst and Supervisor with IGAP in private practice in London, specialising in the interface between creativity, analysis and the arts. Her many art historical publications include two major books on Florentine Medieval and Renaissance Art. Currently interested in Jung’s visual imagery in The Red Book, she is one of the leaders of the London Liber Novus reading seminars organised by The Circle of Analytical Psychology. Her essay on Jung’s mandala sketches, ‘Intimations of the Self’, was recently published in The Art of C.G. Jung (Norton 2019), and her article: ‘Philemon, Ka, and Creative Fantasy: The Formation of the Reconciling Symbol in Jung’s Visual Art, 1919-1923’ will appear in Phanês (2), 2019.
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