Jung in the lakes: dreaming and dream states
The Society of Analytical Psychology invites you to the second of its innovative, residential weekends based in Grasmere, Lake District, U.K.
‘Jung in the Lakes: Dreaming and Dream States’
Friday tea-time March 22nd through to Sunday lunch, March 24th 2019.
Lake View Country House, Lake View Drive, Grasmere, LA22 9TD
Surrounded by the evocative landscape of the Lake poets, the Society of Analytical Psychology is providing an opportunity to explore the ideas of C. G. Jung. Over the course of a weekend, based at the heart of the Lake District National Park, our experiential courses aim to plumb the depths of core Jungian concepts.
In March 2019, our focus will be on a Jungian approach to dreaming and dream states. With illustrations from clinical work and personal experience, we will be exploring the meaning of dreams in the context of dreamers’ lives, as well as working with dream symbols, active imagination and dream amplification. To allow the experience to be further digested and personalised, we will be providing facilitated reflective learning groups, social dreaming workshops, and an opportunity to walk with others in the Lakeland fells. Numbers of participants are strictly limited to provide an in-depth experience.
The Lake District National Park is a newly appointed World Heritage Site. It enjoys a unique place and meaning amongst the population of the British Isles and beyond. With breath-taking beauty and a rich Romantic poetic history, Grasmere in particular has an unparalleled ability to provide an excellent retreat location for Jungian courses.
For a more detailed idea of the programme, topics and speakers, please download our leaflet and application form. This is available at the following link:
Please email the completed form to our host Roselyn Abbott at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Completion certificate: each weekend provides 12 hours towards continuing professional development for clinicians in the helping professions. A minimum attendance of 80% is required to receive a course completion certificate.
About Roselyn Abbott
Ros Abbott is the Diversity Officer for the Society of Analytical Psychology, a Jungian Analyst, a member of the Group Analytic Society International and the British Association for Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Supervision. She has extensive experience working within the NHS and currently works in private practice.