Analytical Psychology Club of San Francisco
"Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes"
                                                                            - C. G. Jung

The purpose of the APC of San Francisco shall be to promote the study and discussion of analytical psychology and related subjects and to find opportunity for fellowship among those who have experienced analysis according to the concepts of 
analytical psychology as originated by Carl G. Jung.


COVID 19 UPDATE


Due to the current Covid-19 outback we will be replacing our upcoming public meetings with Zoom Video Conference Meetings for as long as necessary. This means you will be able to attend our currently scheduled meetings from the safety of your own home. Please check back to this website for possible schedule changes or updates.

We hope you are all safe and well.

- The Board of Directors

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July Meeting w July 12, 2020 from 2-5 PM w 


To RSVP for this event please email Elaine Mannon 
at 
outreach@sfapc.org  OR Register on Eventbrite:


Eventbrite - Dreams in Preparation for Death with Millie Fortier, PhD


Join Zoom Meeting (For dial-in phone numbers see information below the event description)

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86126321892?pwd=MGwwVkNkVFhUUDMyRnRWK2JPM1lpQT09

Meeting ID: 861 2632 1892

Password: 182604



Encountering the Other:  The White Shadow

with

Karen Naifeh, Ph.D.


How do we who identify as White and unconsciously express attitudes, writings, actions that are offensive to the Other? There are embedded forms of racism and thereby oppression that members of the dominant group learn not to see, to keep in the shadows. What forces keep unconscious racial bias alive and active in our societies? One answer lies in a culture’s shadow. 

 

This presentation will utilize writings of Jung, and post-Jungians such as Kimbles, Singer, and Brewster, as well as examples from philosophy, relational psychoanalysis, film and literature that depict culture’s shadow. The relationship of culture’s shadow to Jung’s “geology” of the personality as diagrammed in one of his 1925 lectures will be explored, and the connection of culture’s shadow to archetypal evil and to the formation of negative cultural complexes. These explorations are directed toward new ways of understanding the creation and maintenance of the sense of Other in the psyche, furthering the work of bringing culture’s shadow into consciousness.   

 

Karen Naifeh, Ph.D., is the other co-chair of the ad hoc Committee on Diversity and Inclusivity and an analyst member of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco. She holds doctorate degrees in medical physiology and in clinical psychology. She teaches candidates in the GCJISF's analytic training program and clinic internship program, and supervises doctoral interns in the Institute Clinic. She is a clinical supervisor at the Women's Therapy Center in Berkeley.

 

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Meeting ID: 861 2632 1892

Password: 182604