Weekend Program: 4th – 5th March 2017

Lucienne Marguerat

Lucienne Marguerat, Training and Supervising Jungian Analyst, ISAP Zurich

March 2017, Saturday:

0900 – 0930 Registration + Tea
0930 – 1130  Open Lecture: Insane? The Hidden Meaning of Modern Visual Art
1130 – 1330  Discussion and Lunch Break
1330 – 1530 Reading Seminar: C.G. Jung on Art/ Space Symbolism
1530 – 1600 Tea Break
1600 – 1800  Case Study: Understanding Pictures: Space and Color Symbolism in Clinical Material
1800 – 1930 Supervision with Analysts by Appointment*

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March 2017, Sunday:

0900 – 1100 Lecture with Discussion: ‘I had to become aware that I had lost my soul’, C.G. Jung’s Paintings in His Red Book
1100 – 1130  Closing
1130 – 1330 Lunch Break
1330 – 1830 Free Afternoon and Supervision/Personal Analysis by Appointment*

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2nd Weekend Program: 26-27th Nov


 Lionel Corbett


Lionel Corbett,

Training and Supervising Jungian Analyst,

Pacifica Graduate Institute.

09:00 Registration
09:30 Open Psychotherapeutic approaches to suffering: The discovery of meaning
11:30 This lecture will discuss some of the ways in which meaning can be found in
suffering, and the ways in which suffering may contribute to the individuation
process. Suffering can be seen as an archetypal process of liminality and may
lead to necessary radical acceptance of the demands of the Self.
Lunch Break
13:30 Reading The archetypal and personal dynamics of psychotherapy
15:30 Jung has some important things to say about the archetypal and
interpersonal dynamics involved in psychotherapy. This seminar will discuss a
selection of Jung’s writing from CW 16, The practice of psychotherapy, with
special reference to the mutual influence of therapist and patient. We will
relate his comments to some recent developments in relational
Tea Break
16:00 Case Psychopathology in fairy tales:
Study An archetypal and psychodynamic approach.
This seminar will discuss a variety of forms of psychopathology found in
various fairy tales from the Grimm’s collection. We will also look at some fairy
tales that depict elderly people, to demonstrate the specific developmental
tasks of later life as revealed by fairy tales.
09:00 Open Does evil have meaning?
11:00 This lecture will discuss a variety of approaches to the problem of evil,
including Jung’s notion of the dark side of the Self, the relationship between
the personal and the archetypal shadow, complexes that produces evil, and
some contemporary psychoanalytic approach to evil.



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Weekend Program  – Pay here

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Thinking of Joining Us?

Admission Qualification

Analytical Psychology School SG (APSS) welcomes everyone that is interest in pursuit of in-depth personal-growth to join our community. This professional course serves every individual with their interested topic according to their personal time and space.

Individual who is committed to the APSS and its three-year program, they will gain an understanding of the following: Eleven study areas of Analytical Psychology and Five specific studies on special topics; such as Alchemy and Synchronicity. Upon completion of these topics, individual will be conferred with certificate from APSS:

  • Certificate in The Fundamental Theory of Analytical Psychology

Graduation Requirement

Admission to the Certification in “The Fundamental Theory of Analytical Psychology” is based on the applicant’s psychological maturity, preparedness, readiness, and academic ability. The applicant has to hold a professional license or a member of mental health association. To become a Graduate, it is dependent upon the Certifying Committee’s review and assessment of the candidate’s successful completion of the program requirements. Specific criteria include:

Certificate in The Fundamental Theory of Analytical Psychology

1) The completion of the three-year curriculum courses of Fundamentals of Analytical Psychology or 140 credit hours;

2) Two symbol papers – 15 pages of text and not more than 20 pages each;

3) 1 clinical case paper – 40 pages text and not more than 50pages;

4) A minimum of 80 hours of Personal Analysis;

5) 50 hours of Personal Supervision and group supervision (Optional);

6) An oral examination on Fundamentals of Analytical Psychology

This Certificate (The Fundamental Theory of Analytical Psychology) won’t authorize the graduates to conduct psychoanalytical work as Jungian analysts. For further advanced training of being a Jungian psychoanalyst, APSS has engaged a special agreement with International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich (ISAP Zurich) for our graduates. This certificate will enable APSS graduates to transfer to ISAP full time training program. The first year training will be waived under special consideration.

Our Mission


So long as he knows that he is the carrier of life
and that it is therefore important for him to live,
then the mystery of his soul lives also –
no matter whether he is conscious or not.

But if he no longer sees the meaning of his life in his fulfilment,
and no longer believes in man’s eternal right to his fulfilment,
then he has betrayed and lost his soul, substituting for it a madness
which leads to destruction,
as our time demonstrates all too clearly.

— C. G. Jung, CW 14, § 201

The Mission of The School

The Analytical Psychology School SG (APSS) provides comprehensive educational programs in the theory and practice of Analytical Psychology. The school programs study and elaborate the ideas of C. G. Jung:

  • Examining and understanding the manifold perspective of Analytical Psychology
  • The associate fields of knowledge in history, anthropology, mythology, fairy tales, and creative arts.

Our lectures, seminars, workshops, and conferences are designed for mental health practitioners, interested individuals from other discipline, and general public. The School’s programs and services are provided to make it accessible in Singapore and the region.

The School is committed to delivering and maintaining the highest standard of Jungian analytical education and training; bridging practitioners to their Jungian program with APSS’s affiliated institutes and associations.

It is the mission of Analytical Psychology School SG to be the connecting bridge between analytical psychology and transformation in the everyday world. We aim to spearhead in-depth analytical psychology in the region and make this transformational learning ground available to all.

What is Analytical Psychology?

Analytical psychology approaches psychotherapy in the tradition of C. G. Jung. It is distinguished by a focus on the role of symbolic experiences in human life, taking a prospective approach to the issues presented in therapy. This means that while one’s life history is of great significance for understanding one’s current circumstances, the current circumstances also contain the seeds for future growth and development……

Jung’s particular insight, however, was his recognition that individuals are also influenced by unconscious factors that lie outside their personal experience, and which have a more universal quality. These factors, which he called archetypes, form the collective unconscious, and give shape to the more universal narratives, myths and religious phenomena that shape the larger context of human experience.

The analytic process is intended to bring these factors, both personal and collective, into consciousness, allowing the individual to see more clearly what forces are at play in his or her life. This is the process of individuation, which has the larger goal of providing the individual with the resources to shape their life going forward.

Source: www.iaap.org

In C.G. Jung’s Analytical Psychology it is understood that the collective and personal unconscious as well as archetypes and complexes shape people and their patterns of relationship. This approach helps the personality to develop as well as understanding and dealing with relationship conflicts and neurotic situations. In Jungian therapy there is a place for questioning the meaning of one’s life. The Jungian perspective is transcultural because of its fundamental assumption that people have similar experiences, independent of their culture, ethnicity and religion.

Source: www.isapzurich.com