Are you asking about the meaning of life?
Looking for personal or professional development?
February 27th – March 2nd, 2018
Nancy Krieger: Jung’s Structure of the Psyche
John Hill, MA: Perceiving the Archetype through the Complex
Kathrin Asper: The Ego in Analytical Psychology
Urs H. Mehlin: Persona: Aspects of an Underestimated Archetype
Isabelle Meier: What is a Symbol?
Brigitte Egger: Shadow: Dirt or Fertilizer?
Murray Stein: Individuation
Deborah Egger-Biniores: Anima & Animus: Historical, But Still Useful?
In these casual talks, ISAPZURICH analysts offer glimpses into their personal approaches to Jungian analysis.
Stacy Wirth, April 6, 19:00-20:45: The Dance of Analysis
Vicki Reiff, April 13, 19:00-20:45: Jung’s Psychology and Refugee Children
Christa Robinson, May 4, 19:00-20:45: The Magic of the Tortoise
Payment in Cash at the Door.
Lecture & Apéro Wednesday, 6 June 2018
C.G. Jung Institute Küsnacht-Zürich, Hornweg 28, 8700 Küsnacht
18:00 – 19:30, Free Entry
Murray Stein, PhD
Memories, a Dream, and Some Reflections on the Future of Jungian Psychology in Consultation with the I Ching
Information meeting about our Training for interested persons: November 2nd, 2017, 6 – 7.30 pm
Become a Jungian Analyst & Psychotherapist
ISAPZURICH offers the only full-time education in English for becoming a Jungian analyst with a Diploma in Analytical Psychology. ISAPZURICH offers also a training in Analytical Psychology according to C.G. Jung (CH- program) to obtain a title as a federally accepted psychotherapist. ISAPZURICH’s CH-programm is accredited by the Federal Department for Internal Affairs (EDI) as a psychotherapy training institution.
Continuing Education in Analytical Psychology
ISAPZURICH offers also individuals the option to attend lectures and open seminars during the entire semester as an matriculated auditor and a 2-semester program for acquiring a Certificate in Fundamental theory of Analytical Psychology. More …
Attend our lectures and seminars open to the public for a nominal fee. Look to the right for the upcoming lectures and seminars.
Short films present why people come to ISAPZURICH and what impact Jungian psychology has on their lives.
Edited by Isabelle Meier, Deborah Egger, Paul Brutsche, Murray Stein
The book contains contributions for the 10th anniversary of Isapzurich, the International School of Analytical Psychology in Zurich. Several authors explain why they left the C.G. Jung Institute in Küsnacht in 2004 and why they founded Isapzurich. In addition, there are contributions describing the particular identity and image which have evolved around Isapzurich in recent years.
ISAPZURICH is in central Zurich on Stampfenbachstrasse 115, 8006 Zürich, 5 minutes on foot from the Main Station or 2 tram stops with Tram 11 or 14 to “Beckenhof”.
Our institute is housed in a Jugendstil building with large light-filled rooms, built in 1911 and now under historic protection. Nearby are two parks with old trees and a view of the city and the alps in the distance.
Phone:+41 (0)43 344 00 66
Email: [email protected]