Posts Tagged ‘ PAJA ’

New Jungian Analyst in Polish Association for Jungian Analysis

Sie 10th, 2013 | By
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It is our great pleasure to announce that the next member of Polish Association for Jungian Analysis has just passed his final exam in IAAP Individual Route and become a jungian analyst. Tomasz Jasinski (MA) graduated Institute of Philosophy at Jagiellonian University in Cracow and Institute of Psychology at Warsaw University. He works in clinical private practice

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New Jungian Analysts in PAJA

Sie 10th, 2013 | By
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It is our great pleasure to announce that two members of Polish Association for Jungian Analysis have just passed their Final Exams in IAAP Individual Route. Malgorzata Kalinowska (MA) – a psychologist, works in Czeladz and Katowice in the individual and group psychotherapy with adults. She is interested in cultural aspects of trauma and she

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The new board of Polish Association for Jungian Analysis

Sie 10th, 2013 | By

On the 3rd of March the General Meeting of Polish Association for Jungian Analysis took place. It marked an end of the Board term 2010-2013. During the meeting The new Board for the term 2013-2016 has been elected.   The meeting was followed with in-house conference – with participation of members and trainees of PAJA.

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Training in Jungian Analysis

Sie 8th, 2013 | By

PAJA is offering comprehensive training in Jungian analysis for individuals interested in clinical application of analytical psychology. The training consists of two levels – basic and advanced – structured as a series of weekend seminars with both theoretical and clinical parts. The First Level training is in the closed group of maximum 12 participants.This part

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Training in Jungian Analysis

Sie 8th, 2013 | By

PAJA is offering comprehensive training in jungian analysis for individuals interested in analytical psychology. The training consists of two levels – basic and advanced – structured as a series of weekend seminars with both theoretical and clinical parts. The First Level training is in the closed group of maximum 12 participants.This part is being taught

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