International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich

Public Lectures

Everybody is welcome to the public lectures and open seminars (no pre-registration necessary).

Entrance fee may be paid at the door.

  • Auditors CHF 30.00 (per 2 x 45 min.)
  • Students, Seniors, Disabled CHF 20.00 (per 2 x 45 min.) with legitimation card
Mar
29
Wed
Rolf Kaufmann, A Vision of Brother Klaus (1417-1487): Its Significance for Modern People 1/1
Mar 29 @ 12:00 – 13:45
Verena Osterwalder- Bollag, Die Typenlehre C.G. Jungs 1/1
Mar 29 @ 19:00 – 20:45

Jeder Mensch weiss, wie schwierig das Leben in Beziehungen sein kann. Schon ein Kind erfährt das in Bezug auf seine Geschwister, seine Eltern und seine LehrerInnen. Erwachsene kennen das Thema in Partnerschaften, aber auch als Eltern und am Arbeitsplatz. Wenn Menschen unterschiedlicher Typologien aufeinandertreffen, braucht es Grosszügigkeit, Toleranz und Geduld. Genau darin liegt aber ein Entwicklungspotential. Wir werden C.G. Jungs Typenmodell diskutieren und sehen, wie klug diese Idee war, denn sie hilft uns erkennen, wieso der andere Mensch oftmals gänzlich anders funktioniert, und wieso wir uns so gut oder so gar nicht verstehen!
== Jung entdecken ==

Mar
30
Thu
Brigitte Egger, Amazing Synchronicity Principle : Theoretical, Ethical and Therapeutic Impact 1/3
Mar 30 @ 12:00 – 13:45

With the formulation of an acausal meaningful principle – at the same time as physics had to acknowledge the disconcerting acausal entanglements – Jung ennobled the age-old experience of sympathetic correspondences and opened a window on the connection between psyche and matter, and on the underlying one world.

Maria Kendler, Sandplay Therapy: Introduction and Case Study 1/1
Mar 30 @ 16:00 – 17:45

After a brief presentation of the theoretical roots of Sandplay Therapy as it was developed by Dora Kalff we will work on the symbolic understanding of sand pictures.

Apr
6
Thu
Brigitte Egger, Amazing Synchronicity Principle : Theoretical, Ethical and Therapeutic Impact 2/3
Apr 6 @ 12:00 – 13:45

With the formulation of an acausal meaningful principle – at the same time as physics had to acknowledge the disconcerting acausal entanglements – Jung ennobled the age-old experience of sympathetic correspondences and opened a window on the connection between psyche and matter, and on the underlying one world.

Apr
7
Fri
Rolf Kaufmann, Eine Vision des Hl. Bruder Klaus (1417- 1487): Ihre Bedeutung für den Menschen von heute 1/1
Apr 7 @ 18:00 – 19:45
Apr
12
Wed
Allan Guggenbühl, Puberty: Arduous Parents, Difficult Teachers 1/1
Apr 12 @ 16:00 – 17:00

During puberty many children turn into machos, primadonnas or rebels. The demarcation to adults is sought, school grades go down and having fun becomes central. Puberty makes family living demanding and poses new challenges for teachers. What is the source of this alienation and how can we reach these youngsters? The lecture will present pedagogical, educational, and therapeutic possibilities. The archetypal meaning of puberty will be elucidated.

Allan Guggenbühl, Pubertät: Mühsame Eltern, schwierige Lehrer 1/1
Apr 12 @ 19:00 – 20:45

In der Pubertät verwandeln sich viele Kinder in Machos, Primadonnen oder Rebellen. Die Abgrenzung zu Erwachsenen wird gesucht, Schulleistungen lassen nach und Fun wird zentral. Die Pubertät macht das Zusammenleben in der Familie anspruchsvoll und stellt Lehrpersonen vor neue Herausforderungen. Was sind die Hintergründe dieser Entfremdung und wie müssen wir vorgehen, um Jugendliche zu erreichen? Im Referat werden erzieherische, schulische und therapeutische Möglichkeiten vorgestellt und die archetypische Bedeutung der Pubertät wird erläutert.
== Jung entdecken ==

Apr
13
Thu
Brigitte Egger, Amazing Synchronicity Principle : Theoretical, Ethical and Therapeutic Impact 3/3
Apr 13 @ 12:00 – 13:45

With the formulation of an acausal meaningful principle – at the same time as physics had to acknowledge the disconcerting acausal entanglements – Jung ennobled the age-old experience of sympathetic correspondences and opened a window on the connection between psyche and matter, and on the underlying one world.

Yuriko Sato, Shinto: Animism in the Modern Psyche 1/3
Apr 13 @ 16:00 – 17:45

Shinto is Japan’s indigenous religion, which emerged out of awe and worship of nature since prehistoric times. It is deeply rooted in the Japanese psyche without conflicting with modern science and technology. The Shinto way of life hints that it could be possible to re-enchant the dis-enchanted world of our time.

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