The Second International Conference

in Jungian Child Analysis 

12-14 March 2021
Cambridge (UK)

Clinical approaches to working with children and adolescents:

the challenges for contemporary child analysis

 About the event

Two and a half days of high quality and stimulating presentations, panel discussions and workshops
12-14 March 2021

We are delighted to announce the forthcoming Second International Conference in Jungian Child Analysis, "Clinical approaches to working with children and adolescents: the challenges for contemporary child analysis", in Cambridge, Uk (12th-14th March, 2021). After the stimulating experience of the First Conference held in Moscow in 2019, the Second Conference is organized by the Society of Analytical Psychology supported by the International Association for Analytical Psychology. 

 

Venue

Cambridge Hotel
(formerly DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Cambridge City Center)
 
Address: Granta Pl, Mill Ln, Cambridge CB2 1RT 
 
 

Francesco

Bisagni, MD

Alessandra

Cavalli, PhD

Francesco

Bisagni, MD

Susanne

Hommel, PhD

Anne Alvarez, PhD

"100 years of child analysis. What we have learnt, where are we going?"

Ruth Ammann, Phd

“The therapeutical potential of Sandplay for clinicians: 40 years ago and today”

Francesco Bisagni, MD

“The fenceless field today: Neumann’s and Fordham’s legacies and the contemporary challenges of theory and technique”

Alessandra Cavalli, PhD

“Developments in the method of Infant Observation at the Society of Analytical Psychology: the nurturing mind”

Susanne Hommel, PhD

"The roots of early relational experiences in the development of a sense of self: the empirical versus the observed baby".

Graham Music, PhD

Adolescent Brains and States of Mind: 
How ancient developmental tasks are affected by 21st century challenges. Cyberspace, stress, and emotional dysregulation through the lens of developmental science and psychotherapy

Inge-Martine

Pretorius, PhD-DPsych

"Anna Freud’s 'double approach': combining direct observation with psychoanalytic reconstruction in early intervention in a therapeutic parent-toddler group"

Plenary Speakers

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Programme

Friday - March 12th

9.00 - 9.30

Registration

 

PLENARY SESSION

9.30 - 9.45 

Welcome Address

Jan Wiener (SAP) 

Misser Berg, (IAAP)

9.45 -10.30

Francesco Bisagni: “The fenceless field today: Neumann’s and Fordham’s legacies and the contemporary challenges of theory and technique”

 

10.30 - 11.15

Anne Alvarez: "100 years of child analysis. What we have learnt, where are we going?"

11.15 - 11.30 Coffee break

 

11.30 - 11.45

Jan Wiener (discussant)

 

11.45 - 12.15

Plenary Discussion

 

12.15 -13.00

Panel on Theory and Technique (a): “The robotic ego in pre-school and latency children: subjectivity and adaptation today between abuse and neglect” (2 speakers)

 

13.00 - 13.30

Plenary Discussion

 

13.30

Lunch break

PLENARY SESSION

15.00 - 15.45

Panel on Theory and Technique (b): “Puberty and mid-adolescence: breakdowns, repetitiveness and failures in the process of growing” (3 speakers)

 

15.45 - 16.15

Plenary discussion

 

16.15- 16.30 Coffee break

 

16.30 - 18.00

BREAKOUT SESSIONS:

Case discussions in small groups on specific clinical topics, Psychoses, Phobias, Early Traumas, etc., mainly focused on early childhood until early adolescence.

 

18.00

End of working sessions

18.30

“Childhood and adolescence in Art Song".

A masterclass with Richard Jackson, Andrew Robinson, Jan Wiener and young singers.

special event

Evening Concert

Childhood and Adolescence in Art Song’ 
with Richard Jackson, Andrew Robinson, 

Jan Wiener and young singers

Friday March 12th  -  6.30pm

venue to be announced

We are delighted to welcome Richard Jackson (professor of singing) and Andrew Robinson (professor and pianist) to lead a Masterclass working on stage with young professional singers to interpret the music and poetry of art-songs on the themes of relationships in Childhood and Adolescence. This will be held on Friday evening March 12th and we are hoping it may be held in one of the beautiful music rooms in a Cambridge college.