London Lectures Monthly evening lectures - plus other lectures which might be open to all.
Hertha Orgler Memorial Lecture | Rita Udall Memorial Lecture
Institute for Individual Psychology
'BPF Public Events aim to create a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere in which dialogue and discussion can flourish. We look to focus a Psychoanalytic or/and Jungian lens on the challenges of contemporary living and society.'
British Association of Psychotherapists | London Centre for Psychotherapy | Lincoln Clinic and Centre for Psychotherapy
>>> Programme >>> Thursday Lectures
'Lectures take place on the third Thursday of most months ... It is not necessary to book in advance for these lectures. Admission payable at the door £10 (£8 concessions). The lectures are followed by discussion and sometimes by refreshments.'
>>> Lecture Programme
Monthly morning Public Lectures which are 'open to anyone with an interest in depth psychology and aim to make the original ideas of Jung more widely accessible and to provide a friendly and informal forum for the ongoing development of Analytical Psychology. The organising committee needs and encourages the support of interested individuals who wish to play an active part in shaping the future of this lecture series. Attending the lectures is an important first step in this direction'.
Have held evening conversations every few weeks.
Can listen to recordings of past 'Conversations'.
Rowan Arts Project
Frequent evening talks. Tickets typically £10.00/£7.00 Concessions and Friends of the Museum. Need to book.
>>> Public Lectures
'The Vera von der Heydt Public Lecture Series is open to the general public and aimed at anyone who has an interest in depth psychology and the work of C.G. Jung. Topics range from poetry and individuation to unlocking the secret of dreams. Lectures are given by invited speakers and members of GAPS, and are held twice a year. Tickets are available in advance or on the door.'
Vera von der Heydt Public Lecture Series
'Each year the Guild holds a series of lectures on topics relating to the Guild’s interest in psychology and spirituality. The lectures are given by speakers with international eminence in their field and are of wide interest ... All lectures are open to the general public for a small entry fee. Visitors are welcome to have a glass of wine with Members who take the opportunity, after lectures, to meet one another, to browse the Library and to purchase Guild Papers and Recordings ... Although the Guild was initially established to encourage the study of psychology among clergy and other spiritual leaders, today Members come from all works of life.'
>>> Public Talks, Seminars, Other Events
Annual Lecture - plus other public events organized or supported by the Guild.
9 November 2013
'Every year, the Severnside Institute hosts a lecture on a psychoanalytic topic ... The lecture is open to the general public.'
Usually held in October
'The Society runs a number of events and talks in London, Oxford and Cambridge for the public and for professionals interested in Jung and Jungian analysis and psychotherapy. Once a year an Annual Lecture is also given in London.'
15 March 2014
The Squiggle Foundation Public Lecture Programme Lectures usually Saturday mornings: 'Squiggle finds it necessary for financial reasons to break with the Foundation's long tradition and charge our members a small fee of £5.00 for entry to public lectures ... Lecture entry for non-members remains at £15.00 full rate and concessions £10.00 (full-time students, senior citizens, UB40s).'
15 June 2013
Madeleine Davis Memorial Lecture
D W Winnicott
'Monthly talks are held on Fridays ... There is no need to book, just come along on the night. [Members: Free, Non-Members: £5 on the door, Concessions: £2.50]'
'Open meetings take place on the 3rd Monday of the month throughout the year (excluding April, August and December). They are generally open to Institute Members and the public but on occasion they are closed for members only or members and their guests. Coffee and Biscuits from 6.30 pm. Meetings 7.00 pm to 8.30 pm.'