Shadow of therapeutic relationship

Seminar in Ljubljana (9-11 March 2018.)

Seminar program

Friday, 9 March
09:00 – 10:30 – First meeting
10:30 – 11:00 – Coffee break
11:00 – 16:00 – Seminar Tine Papic, with coffee break
16:00 – 17:00 – Lunch
17:30 – 20:00 – Supervision, 2 groups

Saturday, 10 March
09:00 – 10:00 – Sharing impressions from first day, dreams
10:00 – 10:30 – Coffee break
11:00 – 16:00 – Seminar by Natalia Reteyum, with coffee break
16:00 – 17:00 – Lunch
17:00 – 22:00 – Seminar by Olga Kondratova, with coffee break

Sunday, 11 March
09:00 – 10:00 – Sharing impressions from previous day, dreams
10:00 – 10:30 – Coffee break
11:00 – 16:00 – Seminar by Dragutin Vuckovic, with coffee break
16:00 – 17:00 – Lunch
17:00 – 19:30 – Supervision in two groups
20:00 – 22:00 – Dinner / final sharing, conclusions and farewells

Seminar leaders

Tine – biography

Tine Papic -Jungian analyst, member of IAAP, with practice in Open Institute for Psychotherapy in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Tine teaches analytical psychology in several schools, including Zigmund Freud University Ljubljana, Slovenia and IPAL. Tine studied psychotherapy in Zigmund Freud University Vienna, and later became Jungian analyst by completing router’s program of IAAP. From 2014 Tine is President of Slovene Society for studying analytical psychology. Tine also has MA in philosophy and a diploma in Computer Technologies from the University of Ljubljana.

Tine’s seminar

Marie Luis von Franz said that inferior function is the windows through which not only angels but also the daemons come to us.
In this workshop, we will explore why it is good to know our typology, inferior function and our shadow and how can it manifest in the countertransference. We will look at the theory of typology, typology, and theory of transference and how these two fields interfere.

We will look at the true examples of how acting out can occur or it’s opposite how it can manifest in not acting when needed. We will discuss in a group setting our typology, how it connects to our shadow, share our experience if wished and do practical exercises connected to the topic that will make us familiar with the material.

Drago’s biography

Jungian analyst, member of IAAP, graduate of CG Jung Institut Zurich in Switzerland (2014). Drago also studied physics and economics in Zagreb. Drago is an accredited training analyst with CG Jung Institut Zurich and member of Dallas society for analytical psychology and President of Croatian Society for analytical psychology. Drago is in private practice in Zagreb, Croatia.

Drago’s seminar – Money Shadow in Analysis (4h)

The goal of the seminar is to help participants think and deal with money issues in analysis. We will start with classical definition of shadow in Jungian Psychology. This will lead us to complexes that constitute the shadow with special accent on money complex. As every complex, money complex has its collective aspect. We will try to understand collective aspects of money complex through history and economy of money and comparative material from fairy tales, mythology, religion.

The second part of the seminar will start with specific themes from practice that will be discussed in the group. The participants are asked to contribute with prepared examples/questions from their own practice/life connected with money.

Natalia Reteyum biography

Jungian analyst, member of IAAP, Accredited analyst at CG Jung Institute Zurich, in private practice in Open Institute for Psychtherapy, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Natalia has a higher degree in Psychology from Moscow State University named after Mikhail Lomonosov (2007) and she continued her education in CG Jung Institut Zurich in Switzerland (2008-2013). Besides working in private practice, Natalia also teaches analytical psychology in Zigmund Freud University Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Natalia’s seminar

Working on shadow issues is one of the main parts of any analysis. We know the classic approaches to such work. Yet we all also know that sometimes things don’t go by the book or that the classic recipes don’t help. And in such cases we are not very effective in working with shadow complex. In this seminar I propose to look at how and why we therapists may be failing in helping our clients to recognize and integrate the shadow and how our own shadow may be a reason for such failures. I intend to use examples from my own practice and encourage participants to bring cases where they feel they may need some fresh insight into working with shadow.

Olga Kondratova’s biography

Olga Kondratova is a Jungian analyst, member of IAAP, teacher of Moscow Association of Analitical psychology, both it’s basic and regional programmes. Olga is a supervisor of MAAP, member of Russian Association for analitical psychology (RSAP). She has private practice in Moscow, Russia. Olga is author of such programmes as «Jungian therapy with fairytales», «Shamanic circle of myths» (jointly with Elena Ratnichkina), and several publications in «Jungian analysis» magazine (Russian Jungian quarterly publication).

Olga’s seminar

In this seminar we will take a close look at such habitual obligations of analytical profession as solitude, isolation, being silent. Each of these has a shadow side — being seduced by relationships, publicity, expressing oneself as well as listening to other, nventing the meanings of other. How to endure the anxiety and tension, which are necessary prerequisits of the alchemycal reaction of analysis? We will be doing a couple of exercises, discussing few vignettes from practice, will phantasise about acting out and freedom of analyst.

General information

Seminar will take place on 9-11 March in Ljubljana, Slovenia, in the premices of OIP at Reber 11.

We aim at deep work with a group of 8 to 12 practicing colleagues.

The attendance fee will be 300-350 Euros, depending on number of participants, prepayment 100 Euros is required to secure the place.

You can register or ask for additional information by e-mail or on mobile +38651220108 (Natalia Reteyum).