Saturday, February 10, 2018
The editor of the Psychoanalytic Muse, Mark Winborn, will be teaching at the C.G. Jung Institute Zurich Feb 12-18. Three seminars, 1) The Analyst as Instrument, 2) Coming into Being: The Process of Individuation, and 3) Cultivating the Analytic Attitude.
Saturday, January 13, 2018
Mark Winborn presenting 5 week seminar "The Fundamentals of Technique in Analytic Therapy" to Moscow Assoc. for Analytical Psychology
The Psychoanalytic Muse editor, Mark Winborn, is honored to be invited to teach a 5 week - 16 hour webinar on "The Fundamentals of Technique in Analytic Therapy" for the Moscow Association for Analytical Psychology. Beginning Jan 13th - the seminar covers the history of technique, the analytic attitude, the structure of analytic therapy, roles in analysis, analytic interpretation, beginning an analysis, defenses, resistance, transference/countertransference analysis, unconscious communication, and termination. http://www.maap.pro/
Sunday, September 10, 2017
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Psychoanalytic Muse editor Mark Winborn contributes a chapter Bion and Jung: Intersecting Vertices.Since the split between Freud and Jung, psychoanalysis and analytical psychology have largely developed in an atmosphere of mutual disregard. Only in recent years have both discourses shown signs of an increasing willingness to engage. Re-Encountering Jung: Analytical Psychology and Contemporary Psychoanalysis is the first edited collection of papers devoted to a reconciliation between these two fields. The contributors explore how Jungian thinking influences, challenges, and is challenged by recent developments in the psychoanalytic mainstream. In examining the nature of the split, figures from both sides of the conversation seek to establish lines of contrast and commonality so as to reflect an underlying belief in the value of reciprocal engagement.
Each of the chapters in this collection engages the relationship between Jungian and psychoanalytic thinking with the intention of showing how both lines of discourse might have something to gain from attending more to the voice of the other. While several of the contributing authors offer new perceptions on historical concerns, the main thrust of the collection is in exploring contemporary debates.
Re-Encountering Jung reflects a unique undertaking to address one of the longest-standing and most significant rifts in the history of depth psychology. It will be of great interest to all academics, students and practitioners within the fields of analytical psychology and psychoanalysis.
Thursday, August 31, 2017
MAJS faculty member Mark Winborn is presenting at the Centro Jung Study Center over three days, September 1st - 4th, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic - "Deep Blues: Human Soundscapes for the Archetypal Journey", "Fundamentals of Technique in Analytic Therapy," and "Shared Realities: Participation Mystique and Beyond" as well as a group clinical supervision.
Thursday, August 24, 2017
Announcing the publication of "Moments of Meeting in Psychoanalysis: Interaction and Change in the Therapeutic Encounter" edited by Susan Lord and published by Routledge. Psychoanalytic Muse Editor Mark Winborn contributes a chapter titled "The Aesthetics of Being." The other contributors include a wide range of psychoanalysts, Jungian analysts, and psychoanalytic psychotherapists. Order at Amazon
There are moments of connection between analysts and patients during any therapeutic encounter upon which the therapy can turn. Moments of Meeting in Psychoanalysis explores how analysts and therapists can experience these moments of meeting; shows how this interaction can become an enlivening and creative process; and seeks to recognise how it can change both the analyst and patient in profound and fundamental ways.
The theory and practice of contemporary psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy has reached an exciting new moment of generous and generative interaction. As psychoanalysts become more intersubjective and relational in their work, it becomes increasingly critical that they develop approaches that have the capacity to harness and understand powerful moments of meeting, capable of propelling change through the therapeutic relationship. Often these are surprising human moments in which both client and clinician are moved and transformed. Moments of Meeting in Psychoanalysis offers a window into the ways in which some of today’s practitioners think about, encourage, and work with these moments of meeting in their practices. Each chapter of the book offers theoretical material, case examples, and a discussion of various therapists’ reflections on and experiences with these moments of meeting.
With contributions from relational psychoanalysts, psychotherapists and Jungian analysts, and covering essential topics such as shame, impasse, mindfulness, and group work, this book provides new theoretical thinking and practical clinical guidance on how best to work with moments of meeting in any relationally oriented therapeutic practice. Moments of Meeting in Psychoanalysis will be of great interest to psychoanalysts, psychoanalytic psychotherapists, psychologists, social workers, workers in other mental health fields, graduate students, and anyone interested in change processes.