BJAA: working with difference as jungian analysts

In recent years several BJAA members have written papers exploring the unconscious forces at work in the consulting room in the areas of race, class, migration and sexual difference.

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gender and psychotherapy - what is it all about?

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jung and racism

This article is an introduction to the significant questions for Jungians in relation to the racism in Jung’s writing and to the way post-Jungians have thought about this. It also outlines developments in Jungian theory that contribute to understanding the phenomenon of racism.

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what's it like to be a psychoanalytic psychotherapist?

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personal reflections on 'psychotherapy today': jungian perspective

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the experience of infant observation

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Rozsika Parker Prize 2018 - call for entries

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making room for madness in mental health: the psychoanalytic understanding of psychotic communications

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why become a psychotherapist? (part II)

We asked bpf members what motivated them to enter the field of psychotherapy - here are more of their responses.

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why become a psychotherapist? (part I)

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