The Nineteenth Triannual Congress of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) was held in Copenhagen, Denmark, from August 18-23, 2013.
Copenhagen 2013 – 100 years on: Origins, Innovations and Controversies was the theme, honoring the psychological transformations experienced by C.G. Jung beginning in 1913, while also reflecting upon the evolving world and Jungian Community a century later.
This volume consists of all of the plenary presentations in printed form and they are joined with the daily break-out sessions and posters on the CD that is an integral part of these Proceedings (inside back cover).
From the Contents:
Aksel Haaning: Jung’s Quest for Aurora Consurgens
Pia Skogemann: The Double Coniunctio Tales
Jean Kirsch: How and Why We Still Read Jung: Personal and Professional Reflections
Stanton Marlan: Reflecting on Jung and Alchemy: A Daimonic Reading
Eduardo Carvallo & Eva Pattis Zoja: Expressive Sandwork: An Experience of Working with Colombian Vulnerable Population
Suzanne Gieser: Pauli and Jung in Copenhagen
Beverley Zabriskie: Neura Coupling in Coniuctio: Who, What, And We
Harald Atmanspacher: Psychophysical Correlations, Synchronicity and Meaning
Tuula Haukioja with Robert R. Klein: Psychological Typology, Individuation, and Leadership
Morgan Stebbins: The Vas Bene Clausem