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JPA Annual Ethics Worskhop
Saturday, March 12, 2016 10 AM – 4:30 PM
"Ethics in Depth Work, Part II"
With Jungian Analyst Dunbar Carpenter, Psy.D.
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JPA Salon
February 20, 2016
3:00-6:30 PM
This event is for JPA members only.
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November 7, 2015. JPA Fall Seminar For Professionals, open to the public.
Donald Kalsched, Ph.D., JA
“Healing Trauma—The Lost and Recovered Soul in Depth Psychology.”
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Ethics workshop and Annual Meeting. For JPA members only.

May 16, 2015. 10 AM – 4:30 PM.
“Ethics and Alchemy—The Rosarium and the Transformation of Love”
Led by Portland Jungian Analyst Anna Lyons-Roost.
The JPA Annual Meeting will take place during the lunch hour.
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Margaret Wilkinson presents:
The Embodied Mind: Embracing Insights from Neurobiology in Clinical Practice.

Jungian Psychotherapy Association presentation for JPA members and the general public!

Saturday, 1 November, 2014, 10:00AM - 4:30PM
St. Mark’s Cathederal

Margaret Wilkinson is a Jungian analyst and author. She is a professional member of the Society of Analytical Psychology, the British Psychoanalytic Council and the West Midlands Institute of Psychotherapy. She is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Analytical Psychology. She leads neuroscience research reading and clinical seminars for The Northern School of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy in Leeds and in Cambridge, and at The Institute of Mental Health at the University of Nottingham. She is the author of numerous papers and two books: ‘Coming into mind. The mind-brain relationship: a Jungian clinical perspective’ (2006, Routledge), and ‘Changing Minds in Therapy’ (2010, Norton Interpersonal Neurobiology series). She is in private practice in North Derbyshire, England.

Ms. Wilkinson observes:
Since the demise of the Cartesian split, those of us whose training has been to work with mind have to grapple with the, now urgent, question of how we work within the area of our specialty or competence yet with due respect for, and taking into account as much as possible, the complex and sophisticated understanding of the three main elements, mind, brain and body, that constitute our basic humanity. In short we have to learn how to work with the whole person. Some patients are too frightened to approach issues concerning the body directly. What about these patients who will specifically choose a practitioner for their expertise in dealing with mind? Is it possible to use an approach that explores the whole being from the perspective of mind? We will explore therapeutic change that embraces the richness of the mind-brain-body relationship in which the aim of the treatment is to help the whole person to heal.

Ms. Wilkinson plans for an interactive day, which will include a lecture format with opportunities for  questions, discussion, and reflections.



JPA 20 Year Anniversary Event

Please join us as we celebrate 20 years of JPA and thank those who have made it possible!

Thinking back over the past several decades, what events have helped to shape your individual and professional development? Thanks to the vision, work, and play of some dedicated members among our community who created and nurtured the Jungian Psychotherapists Association, many of us have been enriched by program leaders and one another in the JPA.

We are fortunate to celebrate this important milestone with John Beebe, MD, who was our inaugural speaker in 1993, and will now be doing his third presentation for the JPA.

Following Dr. Beebe’s program, on Oct 19th at 5:00 we will set forth celebrating. Please join us even if you do not attend the event earlier in the day.

Saturday, October 19, 2013 10 AM – 4:30PM, with JPA 20th Anniversary Celebration to follow!

Approaching A Patient's Complexes
in Contemporary Culture

John Beebe

The Jungian therapist has to recognize that a person in psychotherapy today lives in a world that has long since grappled with the issues that Freud and Jung raised, and is therefore able to consider psychological complexities they didn’t address.




2012 Public Event

Thomas Kirsh
October 20, 2012

In the 100 years since Jung began to formulate his own ideas as different from Freud, we explore the reasons for a continuing and growing interest in reading Jung. This seminar will examine several of Jung's classical texts which have been particularly important to the seminar leader: Two Essays on Analytical Psychology, General Aspects of Dream Psychology, Memories Dreams Reflections, and Man and His Symbols. The seminar content will discuss these four texts in particular and, if time permits, other texts will be discussed.

In the afternoon of this seminar, the presenter will offer a clinical case including a number of dreams. The presenter will explore and discuss the integration of these dreams for the client as well as discuss the integration of these dreams into the overall analysis.

            This workshop is open to the public.      view event brochure


  • Ethics Workshop with Carol Stanley, Ph.D. "Ethics: From Shaman to Eunuch to Now: Evolution of Ethical Transitions"
  • Spring Workshop with Lee Roloff, Jungian Analyst. "Empathy and Compassion: Listening and Responding: Carl Jung, Carl Rogers".
  • Spring Case Consultation
  • Seminar for Professionals with Terrill L. Gibson, Ph.D., Jungian Analyst. “The Liminal and the Luminescent: Analysis as Clinical Shapeshifting; Toward a Depth Changing of Individual and Global Alignments” view event brochure
  • Fall Workshop with Ann Blake, Leland Shields, Kyle Williams:
    "Jungian Approaches to Couple’s and Relationship Counseling: A Panel and Community Exploration."
  • Ethics Workshop Peter Nomides, MSW, and Leland Shields, MA. Suicide and Death with Dignity.
  • Spring Workshop with Ken Kimmels, MA, local Jungian Analyst. Eros and the Shattering Gaze. view event brochure
  • Spring Case Consultation
  • Seminar for Professionals with Sam Kimbles, Ph.D., Jungian Analyst. "Wounds of the Past, Tendrils of the Future Through the Lens of Cultural Complexes."
  • Fall Workshop with Joe Rutte, Ph.D., local Jungian Analyst. Depth Psychology and Religion: An Emerging Relationship.
  • Ethics Workshop Jerry Smith, STD.
  • Spring Workshop with Pat Warming, Jungian Analyst.
  • Fall Workshop with Bev Osband, Ph.D., local analyst.
  • Seminar for Professionals with Margaret Wilkinson, Jungian Analyst: "Changing Minds: The Therapeutic Process."
  • Ethics Workshop Terry Gibson, Ph.D., local Jungian Analyst, Towards a Planetary Ethos of Profession.
  • Spring Workshop with Marla Herbig, local Jungian Analyst: The Interactive Field in Psychotherapy: How Do We Recognize It, How Do We Use It?
  • Fall Workshop with Geri Grubbs, Ph.D., local Jungian Analyst.
  • Seminar for Professionals with Ann Ulanov, M.Div, Ph.D., L.H.D.: The Perils of Wholeness.
  • Ethics Workshop Ladson Hinton, MD: Shame, Consciousness and Conscience
  • Clinical Workshop with Eberhard Riedel, PhD: Fundamentalism and the Quest for the Grail: The Parzival Myth as a Postmodern Redemption Story
  • Clinical Workshop with Linda Leonard, PhD: The Call to Create
  • Seminar for Professionals with Allan Chinen, MD: The Tao of Story from Dracula to Bodhisattva.
  • Ethics Workshop with Theodore Dorpat, MD: Ethical Attitudes and Ethical Violations in Psychotherapy
  • Clinical Workshop with Alane Sauder-MacGuire: Re-visioning the Persona
  • Clinical Workshop with Michael Horne, MD: Elephants Painting? The Self as Illustrated in Contemporary Conceptual Art
  • Seminar for Professionals with Luigi Zoja, PhD: The Archetype of the Father, Past and Present: A Contemporary Role Clarification.
  • Ethics Workshop with David Hufford, MA: What's Ethics Got to do with It?
  • Clinical Workshop with Bill Willeford: Shadow as Benefactor
  • Clinical Workshop: with David Hufford, MA
  • Seminar for Professionals with John Bebee, MD: Styles of the Shadow: An Archetypal Tour with the Aid of Film.
  • Ethics Workshop with Ann DeVore
  • Clinical Workshop with Michael Horne, MD: The Universe of our Concern.
  • Seminar for Professionals with Sylvia Brinton Perera: Sacrifice to the Fire, Surrender to the Light: Dealing with Traumatic Stress.
  • Fall Workshop with Sylvia Perera: Rites of the Celtic Cult of Sacred Waters
  • Ethics Workshop with Ann DeVore, PhD
  • Clinical Workshop with JoAnn Culbert-Koehn, LCSW: Envy in the Interpersonal Field
  • Clinical Workshop with Valerie Hone, PhD: The Body in Analysis
  • Seminar for Professionals with Donald Kalsched: The Inner World of Trauma.
  • Ethical Issues for Clinicians with Jess Groesbeck, MD
  • Clinical Workshop: Malignant Narcissism with JoAnn Culbert-Koehn, LCSW: Forces that Block Change
  • Seminar for Professionals with Polly Young-Eisendrath, PhD: What's Love got to do with it: Transference and Transformation in Psychotherapy and Life. Her presentation was based on an article from her forthcoming book, Subject to Change: Jung, Gender and Subjectivity in Psychoanalysis. Routledge, 2003.
  • Clinical Workshop with Jean Kirsh and Tom Kirsh

  • Clinical Workshop with Polly Young-Eisendrath, PhD: Clinical Applications of Women and Desire
  • Clinical workshop with Anne DeVore, PhD: The Lineage of the Analyst
  • Clinical Workshop with Anne DeVore, PhD: To Know the Feminine
  • Seminar for Professionals with Maxine Anderson, MD and Ladson Hinton, MD: Dreams and Dreamers: Clinical and Theoretical Dimensions
  • Clinical Workshop with Corwin Fergus, MFA: Dreamwork in Therapy
  • Clinical Workshop with JoAnn Culbert-Koehn, LCSW: Infant States of Mind in Adult Patients
  • Seminar for Professionals with Michael Conforti, PhD: Patterning in the Psyche and the Natural World: An Archetypal Field Theory
  • Members' Quarterly Meeting with Martha Mae Newell, MPS, BD: Sounding the Soul for Therapists
  • Clinical Workshop with Joan Chodorow, PhD: A New Look at Active Imagination
  • Members' Quarterly Meeting with Martha Mae Newell, MS, BD: Psyche and Sound, Part II
  • Seminar for Professionals with Beverley Zabriske, MSW, CSW: Thawing the Frozen Accidents: The Archetypal Dimension of Transference and Countertransference
  • Meet the Analysts Series with Terrill L. Gibson, PhD: Ideas Toward an Erotic Jungian Psychology
  • Members' Quarterly Meeting with Kimbrough Besheer, MDiv: Alchemical Colors
  • Clinical Workshop with Tom Richardson, PhD: Fear of Breakdown and the Search for a New Beginning
  • Clinical Workshop with Kimbrough Besheer, MDiv: Alchemical Colors
  • Clinical Workshop with Peter Elting, PhD: Shadow in Dreams
  • Members' Quarterly Meeting with Kimbrough Besheer, MDiv: The Sweetness of Bitterness and he Alchemical Salt
  • Clinical Workshop with Thomas Kirsch, MD: Self-disclosure in the Analytic Process
  • Clinical Workshop with Ladson Hinton, MD: When Shame was a Teacher
  • Members' Quarterly Meeting with Martha Mae Newell, MPS, BD: An Introduction to the Singer Loomis Type Deployment Inventory
  • Members' Quarterly Meeting with Corwin Fergus, MFA: The Dream in Therapy
  • Meet the Analysts Series with Peter Elting, PhD: Alfred: Case Study
  • Clinical Workshop with Allan Chinen, MD & Karen Signell, PhD: Dramas from the Deep: Active Imagination and Fairy Tale Work for Psychotherapists
  • Meet the Analysts with Sally Parks, MA: Befriending Psyche's Engagement with Character
  • Meet the Analysts Series with Janet Dallett, PhD: Depth Psychology's Charlatan Shadow: An X-ray of a Failed Analysis
  • Meet the Analysts Series with Patricia Warming, MA, MDiv: Snake Images in Dreams
  • Clinical Workshop with Brian Feldman, PhD: Holding and Containing in Analytical Psychotherapy: A Developmental Jungian Approach to the Phenomenology of the Transference/Countertransference Relationship
  • Seminar for Professionals with Donald Sandner, MD: Jungian Psychotherapy as Antidote: What Analytical Psychology Offers for these Changing Times in Mental Health Care
  • Informal Seminar with Donald Sandner, MD: The Bipolar Split in Analytic Psychology and its Effect on Jungians throughout the World, Present and Future
  • Meet the Analysts Series with Kimbrough Besheer, MDiv: A Soul's Departure: Reflections on an Analysis Ending in Death
  • Clinical Workshop with Tony Frey-Wehrlin, MD: Rebellion and Conformity
  • Meet the Analysts Series with Jess Groesbeck, MD: The Emergence of the Archetypal Image of the Shaman with Death and Rebirth Themes in the Analytic Treatment of a Severely Depressed Patient
  • Meet the Analysts Series with Martha Mae Newell, MPS, BD: The Psyche-Body Connection
  • Clinical Workshop with Tony Frey: Conformity and Rebellion: How do Therapists Solve the Dilemma of Responding to the Client's Soul and Meeting Professional Demands and Expectations?
  • Clinical Workshop with Kathrine Asper: Inner Home: The Robber Bridegroom Fairytale
  • Clinical Workshop with Mario Jacoby: Individuation and Narcissism
  • JPA Inaugural Meeting with John Beebe, MD: What I've Learned from Jung about Doing Psychotherapy
  • Clinical Workshop with Ladson Hinton, MD: Individuation and Mid-life

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