On April 12, 2019 a new album “Map of the Soul: Persona” is being released by a K-Pop Group called BTS. Based in South Korea, they are a hugely popular group with a dedicated fan base. The BTS members are known for speaking their minds on subjects seen as taboo in South Korea including mental health, LGBTQ rights and the pressure to succeed. There is much anticipation about this new album and ISAP’s Murray Stein was interviewed by Laura London on Saturday for her podcast Speaking of Jung. Click here to listen to the interview: https://speakingofjung.com/podcast/2019/3/25/episode-42-jungs-map-of-the-soul
Lecture & Apéro Thursday, 6 June 2019
At ISAPZURICH, Stampfenbachstr. 115, 8006 Zürich
18:00 – 19:30, Free Entry
Linda Briendl, lic.phil.
“To the extent that I managed to translate the emotions into images I was inwardly calmed and reassured.” (C.G. Jung)
Dr. Mark Saban
“Two Souls Alas…” Jung’s two personalities and the creation of analytical psychology
Zurich, Switzerland Fri, Oct 4 18:00-22:00 Sat, Oct 5 10:00-16:00
Tuesday, 3 September • 10:00 – 14:45 (includes lunch break)
with SOUTHERN AFRICAN ASSOCIATION OF JUNGIAN ANALYSTS (SAAJA)
As an opening event for this semester Peter Ammann (ISAP), Renee Ramsden, senior analyst (SAAJA), Fred Borchardt, president of SAAJA, and Nomfundo Mlisa, PhD, traditional healer, will report and reflect on two pioneering conferences where Jungian analysts encountered indigenous healers met and their importance for Jungian psychology as well as for traditional healing and their future collaboration.
Our Understanding of the Psyche and
How That Influences Our Work
September 3rd – 6th, 2019
Deborah Egger, What is Analytical Psychology? Why ISAP?
Heike Weis Hyder, Are Dreams an Antidote to the Pathology of a Shallow Modern World?
Lisa Holland, The Frog-King: When the Rejected Inner Other Comes to Call
Lucienne Marguerat, The Role of Art Work in Psychotherapy
Dramatic Reading with Murray Stein & Paul Brutsche: The Memories, Dreams, Reflections of C.G. Jung
Ursula Wirtz, The Spiritual Dimension of Analytical Psychology: Goldmine or Minefield?
Tuesday, September 10, 10:00–19:45
Christa Robinson (with Jun Xu), The Roots of Chinese Traditional Medicine in the I Ching
Jun Xu, Presentation of a Seven-Year Case
Jun Xu, Comparison of the Chinese and Jungian Approaches
Christa Robinson, MA (with Jun Xu), How To Use the I Ching in Our Clinical Practice
A Symposium October 1 – 2, 2019
Murray Stein, Introduction to Jung’s Dialogue with Buddhism. With Master Dingkong, Abbot of the Chan Buddhist Jile Monastery
Dramatic Reading “Conversation with a Zen Master”: A Dialogue Between C.G. Jung and Zen MasterShin’ichi Hisamatsu, Küsnacht, May 1958.
Darianne Pictet, Some Reflections on the Jung – Hisamatsu Dialogue
Paul Brutsche, The Ten Ox-Herding Pictures of Shuhbun:A Symbolic Interpretation
Yuriko Sato, Ways of Being: East and West
Mari Yoshikawa, Jung’s Stone Tower at Bollingen and Musō Soseki’s Zen Gardens: A Comparison
Ann Li, To Flow and Penetrate like Water:Individuation with the Heart Sutra
Thomas Arzt, Zen Buddhism and Jungian Psychology in theInitiatic Therapy of Karlfried Graf Dürckheim and Maria Hippius Gräfin Dürckheim
Leslie de Galbert, ‘Mind and Life Europe’: His Holinessthe Dalai Lama and C.G. Jung
Murray Stein, Individuation and Liberation: A Comparison
Sun. 6 Oct.
Excursion to the Historic Swiss Town of St. Gallen
Mon. 7 Oct.
Brigitte Egger, Dante’s Divine Comedy
John Hill, Estranged from Self and the World: What Can We Do?
Tues. 8 Oct.
Gunilla Midbøe, Visit from the Minotaur
Civilization in Transition: Racism – A Jungian View. Panel discussion with Deborah Egger, Nancy Krieger, Bernard Sartorius and Murray Stein
Learn more about the Analytical Psychology of C.G. Jung with ISAPZURICH.
We offer training for individuals from all academic backgrounds, for those who have general interest in CG Jung and those seeking qualifications. Visit us to find out more, ask questions and meet current students.
REGISTRATION by 1.11.19: [email protected]
In these casual talks, ISAPZURICH analysts offer glimpses into their personal approaches to Jungian analysis.
Wednesday, 6 November 2019 • 19:00 – 20:45
Ursula Ulmer, MA
How Do Cultures Evolve? Progress? Process?
Wie entwickeln sich Kulturen? Fortschritt? Prozess?
Payment in Cash at the Door.
Searching for Soul in Times of Anxiety
May 23 – 30, 2020, Parkhotel Beau-Site, Zermatt, Switzerland
Keynote Speaker: Thomas Moore, PhD
Special Guests: Hari Kirin, MFA, MA; Craig E. Stephenson, PhD
Attend our lectures and seminars open to the public for a nominal fee. Look to the right for the upcoming lectures and seminars.
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 …
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]