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.

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Upcoming Meetings


Sunday, November 10, 2019

2:00pm - 5:00pm
at the APC-SF Library
2411 Octavia Street # 1
San Francisco, CA 94109
(The library is located near the South corner of Broadway and Octavia Street)

Robert Tyminski

“A Discussion of Male Alienation from a Contemporary Jungian Perspective”

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This event is free for members. 
A door donation of $10 is suggested for guests.

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



Dr. Tyminski will speak about various forms of male alienation that are seen clinically and culturally. One of the main areas for this to appear is in cyberspace, often through violent video games, but also in social media, cyberbullying, and extremist websites. Our discussion will highlight the risks of too much screen usage, and it will amplify an archetypal element of extreme male alienation that becomes preoccupied with destructive fantasies, frequently with apocalyptic themes. We will address how Jung's anima/animus theory squares with contemporary gender theories. This talk will refer to Dr. Tyminski's new book Male Alienation at the Crossroads of Identity, Culture and Cyberspace.


Robert Tyminskiis an adult and child analyst member of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco and a past President (2014-16). He teaches in the Institute’s analytic training program, and he has taught at Pacifica Graduate School and at UCSF. He discusses some of his work with immigrants and refugees in his new book, just published by Routledge, Male Alienation at the Crossroads of Identity, Culture and Cyberspace. His previous book The Psychology of Theft and Loss: Stolen and Fleecedcame out in 2014. He is a 2016 winner of the Michael Fordham Prize from the Journal of Analytical Psychology.