2024 conference speakers

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JAY BARLOW (UK) is a training and supervising analyst and the Director of Training at the Society of Analytical Psychology, London. In 2022 he was the recipient of the British Psychoanalytic Council’s Diversity in Training Excellence Award for further developing a psychoanalytically-informed training programme for “Diversity and Otherness” from a developmental perspective. Jay holds an MA in Jungian and Post Jungian Studies and worked as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist within the National Health Service. Prior to his holding the Director of Training role, he was Deputy Director of the Analytic Training for five years, and before that he headed the SAP’s Education Faculty. Jay teaches clinical seminars on unconscious fantasy, early relational trauma, and human development in relation to early states of mind in the consulting room. He is observing co-leader of an SAP Infant Observation group and supervises developing analytic groups in Eastern Europe. His private practice is in Clapham, London.

CHRISTOPHER JEROME CARTER (US) is a licenced psychoanalyst and certified Jungian analyst, with a private practice in New York. Dr. Carter is a graduate of the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association (New York). His article, “Time for Space at the Table: An African American – Native American Analyst-in-Training’s First-Hand Reflections. A Call for the IAAP to Publicly Denounce (But Not Erase) the White Supremacist Writings of C. G. Jung” (Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2021, 66(1), 70–92) is a recipient of the 2021 Gradiva Award (National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis, USA). Dr. Carter is co-editor of Jungian Theory and Systematized Racism: Members of an American Psychoanalytic Community on Training, Practice and Inclusivity (Routledge, 2023).

ELIZABETH BRODERSEN, Ph.D. (GER) is an accredited training analyst, supervisor and lecturer at the C. G. Jung Institute Zürich (CGJIZ). Born and brought up in Barry, South Wales, UK, she received a B.A. (Comb. Hons) in History and American Studies from the University of Birmingham and an M.Sc. in Social Policy and Social Work Studies from the London School of Economics (LSE). She was employed as a social worker in south-east London and Scotland during the 1970s dealing with cases of child abuse and intergenerational cycles of economic and social deprivation. In 2008 she received her diploma in analytical psychology from CGJIZ and in 2014, a doctorate in Psychoanalytic Studies from Essex University, UK. She helped to organize the recent international, interdisciplinary conference on the multifaceted theme of emotions at the C. G. Jung Institute in Küsnacht, Zürich, and is co-editing the material for publication. Her latest edited book Jungian Dimensions of the Mourning Process, Burial Rituals and Access to the Land of the Dead: Intimations of Immortality (Routledge) was published in 2023. Other published works include Taboo, Personal and Collective Representations: Origin and Positioning within Cultural Complexes (Routledge, 2020), and Jungian Perspectives on Indeterminate States: Betwixt and Between Borders, eds Brodersen and Amezaga (Routledge, 2021).

KARIN FLEISCHER (Argentina) is a clinical psychologist, training analyst, supervisor and founding member of the Uruguayan-Argentinian Society of Analytical Psychology (SUAPA). She is President elect of CLAPA—the Latin American Committee for Analytical Psychology. Karin introduced Authentic Movement as Embodied Active Imagination in Argentina and Latin America and has offered seminars on this subject for more than 20 years. A professor of analytical psychology at undergraduate and graduate university levels, she is also a guest teacher on analytic trainings in Uruguay, Chile and Ecuador. Karin is the author of various articles published in the Journal of Analytical Psychology (2020, 2022, 2023), and of book chapters on the topics of early, complex, and collective trauma, introducing an embodiment perspective to Jungian clinical work.

MONICA LUCI, Ph.D. (IT/UK) is a Jungian and relational analyst (AIPA, Rome), lecturer at the Department of Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies, and co-Director of the Centre for Trauma, Asylum and Refugees at the University of Essex. In the last 20 years she has been practising in the field of psychosocial interventions with vulnerable refugees in national and international contexts. She is the author, translator and editor of several publications on the themes of trauma, violence, human rights, refugees, psychoanalysis and politics. Since 2020 she has been a member of the Board of the Journal of Analytical Psychology.

HELEN MORGAN (UK) is a Fellow of the British Psychotherapy Foundation and a training analyst and supervisor for the British Jungian Analytic Association (BJAA) within the BPF. She has written a number of papers on the subject of racism and psychotherapy, and her book, The Work of Whiteness. A Psychoanalytic Perspective, was published in 2021 by Routledge. She is also co-author with Fanny Brewster of Racial Legacies in the Jung, Politics and Cultural series published by Routledge in 2022.

ANDREW SAMUELS (UK) was Professor of Analytical Psychology at Essex University and is a training analyst of the Society of Analytical Psychology. He has a private practice in London (in-person and online). In the 1980s he was Reviews Editor of the Journal of Analytical Psychology and is now on the Editorial Advisory Board. Videos may be found at www.andrewsamuels.net

LESLIE STEIN (US/AU) is a Jungian analyst with a private practice in Sydney, Australia and a Member of the New York Association for Analytical Psychology (NYAAP). Professor Stein is the author of 13 books, including Working with Mystical Experiences in Psychoanalysis (Routledge); The Self in Jungian Psychology: Theory and Clinical Practice (Chiron), winner of the IAJS best theoretical book of 2021; Becoming Whole: Jung’s Equation for Realizing God (Helios); the Jungian allegory, The Journey of Adam Kadmon: A Novel (Arcade); editor of Eastern Practices and Individuation: Essays by Jungian Analysts (Chiron); Psychedelics and Individuation: Essays by Jungian Analysts (with L. Corbett) (Chiron); and Varieties of Nothingness (with D. Rickles) (Chiron, forthcoming). He is also on the Board of Directors of the Philemon Foundation.

MURRAY STEIN Ph.D. (US/CH) is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich (ISAP-ZURICH). He has been president of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) and President of ISAPZURICH and lectures internationally. He is the author of Jung’s Map of the Soul, Outside Inside and All Around, The Mystery of Transformation and many other books and articles. Seven volumes of his Collected Writings have been published to date. He lives in Switzerland and has a private practice in Zurich and from his home in Goldiwil.

ROBERT TYMINSKI (USA) is an adult and child analyst member of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco and a past president; he teaches in the Institute’s analytic training programme. He is the author of Male Alienation at the Crossroads of Identity, Culture and Cyberspace (Routledge, 2018), Crooked Lines (2016), and The Psychology of Theft and Loss: Stolen and Fleeced (Routledge, 2014). A 2016 winner of the Michael Fordham Prize from the Journal of Analytical Psychology, his latest book is The Psychological Effects of Immigrating: A Depth Psychology Perspective on Relocating to a New Place.


Co-sponsored by The Society of Analytical Psychology and the University of Essex