The Connecticut Association for Jungian Psychology is a nonprofit organization established in 1981, existing in order to provide an opportunity for lectures, study, and discussion of the work of C. G. Jung. CAJP is dedicated to making the methods and insights of Jung more widely available to individuals and professional groups through a program of extended education. Lectures, workshops, and seminars are scheduled in the Hartford area normally from September to May. The CAJP Board meets semiannually and copies of the minutes of these meetings are available upon request.
Who is Carl Jung
Carl Gustav Jung (1875 – 1961) was a Swiss psychiatrist who founded analytical psychology. His work has been influential in psychology, psychiatry, philosophy, anthropology, archaeology, literature, and religious studies. Some of his best known psychological concepts include individuation, the archetype, the collective unconscious, the shadow, the anima and animus, the complex and psychological types (extraversion and introversion).
Our upcoming workshop on Friday, March 13th on ‘Movement in Depth’ with Heidi Ehrenreich has been postponed due to illness.
However, we are happy to share that one of our very own CAJP Board members, Mark Iwanicki, will be presenting a lecture for us that evening. Come join us!
If you have any questions, please call or email us at: 860-431-2029, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Friday, March 13th. 7:30pm
Topic: In Search of Self – Tools for Discovery
Location: St. John’s Episcopal Church, 1018 Farmington Ave, West Hartford, CT 06107
The ancients indicated that self-knowledge is the fundamental knowledge. Carl Jung spent a grand portion of his life in search of the self. In that search, he studied many fields of thought including astrology, numerology, Kabbalah and Tarot. The deep connections between these subjects are a method to allow the intuition and intellect to work together. This lecture will discuss these topics.
Mark Iwanicki holds degrees in Psychology, Business, and Education. Since 2008, he has continued to independently study Carl Jung and his contemporaries. You can contact him here: email@example.com
Movement In Depth
A Workshop by Heidi Ehrenreich Friday, March 13, 7:30pm St. James Episcopal Church 1018 Farmington Ave West Hartford, CT 06107 The body holds the unconscious. Engaging the body through Authentic Movement allows sensation, image, moments of personal narrative and emotion to become available for
conscious reflection. Authentic Movement or Movement in Depth, is a form of Dance/Movement Therapy that emerged from Jungian tradition. It has been called active imagination in motion. It involves moving with closed eyes in the presence of a non‐judgmental witness. Just as the psyche is the writer of our dreams, our unconscious becomes the choreographer of our movement. The movement experience can be engaged through drawing or writing that may serve as a bridge to words.
This workshop will provide a deeper understanding of the body’s essential role in the creative
and healing process through lecture and guided movement experientials. Heidi Ehrenreich is a registered Dance/ Movement Psychotherapist whose career began in 1971. She was a
member of the first Authentic Movement Training in 1981 at the Mary Starks Whitehouse Institute with Janet Adler. She is adept in the language of the body as a result of 50 years of working with nonverbal children.
She studied “The Soul in the Body” with Marion Woodman and Edith Sullwold at the Jung Institute in Switzerland. She was on the faculty of the graduate Dance Therapy Program at Antioch New England Graduate Center for fifteen years and has a private therapy practice as well as leading Authentic Movement groups and advanced trainings. Heidi’s style is deeply wise, insightful and respectful. She is known for her love of metaphor, dance, and the deep feminine. She also has a tremendous sense of humor.
Lecture Fee: $15 *($8 Students). Lecture Fees are collected at the door.
* Tax deductible donations above the standard Lecture fees are always appreciated. The CAJP depends on your
kind and ongoing support. Please consider making a tax deductible donation to CAJP and mail to: CAJP, P.O. Box
134, Farmington, CT 06034. Attn: Diana Barbieri. Thank You!
A Study of C.G.Jung’s The Red Book
Time: Saturdays 9:30 – 12 Noon
Place: St. John’s Episcopal Church, 679 Farmington Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06119
Class Schedule for 2019-2020 season:
Spring March 14, 21, 28 and April 4,11,18,25 2020
Seminar Fee: $275. Please Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 860-431-2029
CAJP LECTURES ARE HELD AT
St. James Episcopal Church
1018 Farmington Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06107