members' only event
being white, being jungian: implications of jung’s encounter with the ‘non-european’ other
bpf members' online event (via Zoom) - please note that registration for this event is essential!
This is an account of personal travels that began over 20 years ago with a dream early on in a first Jungian psychotherapy, and includes ensuing encounters with Jung a racist, the ‘armchair titans’ of nineteenth century anthropology, images from 1950s Britain, struggles with colour-blindness, awaking to White Fragility, and exploring territory where valued Jungian ideas might be creatively re-visioned.
- Dalal, F. (1988) Jung: a racist. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 4(3): 263-279
- DiAngelo, R. (2011) White fragility. International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, 3(3): 54-70
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about the speaker
Jane Johnson is a psychotherapist and Jungian Analyst in private practice in Hampshire. She is a member of BJAA and a past director (2008-2017) of the MSc Psychodynamics of Human Development (Birkbeck College and bpf). She gives seminars on Cultural Diversity, Racism and Difference for the bpf and for the BJAA clinical training. This presentation will also be given at the 2019 IAAP International Congress for Analytical Psychology.
by Mary Cunnel