with Dr. Dale Mathers

DATES: Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th September 2009

This set of workshops explores Jungian and Post-Jungian perspectives on clinical supervision of counselling, therapy and analytic practice. Drawn from the experience of the Association of Jungian Analysts supervisors training, the aim is to review participants existing supervisory skill set, theories and practices and discover a wider horizon for the supervisory task, which can include both a spiritual and collective dimension. This can be deepened using Social Dreaming, and Dream Reflection Dialogue, as taught by Gordon Lawrence, and are process which open the weekend.

This workshop is designed for counsellors and psychotherapists with clinical practices and supervisory experience, whether ‘novices' or ‘experts'


Dr Dale Mathers (B.Sc., M.B., B.S., MRCPsych) is a Member of the International Association of Analytical Psychologists; a psychiatrist, psychologist and humanistic psychotherapist. He works in Private Practice in South London, and teaches at several analytical psychology schools in the UK and Europe. He directed the Student Counselling Service at the London School of Economics and was a Mental Health Foundation Fellow at St. George's Hospital, London, researching addiction. He has been a member of the Buddhist Society, London for many years.

His most recent books are:
An introduction to Meaning and Purpose in Analytical Psychology, Routledge. (2001), Vision and Supervision (ed.), Routledge (2009) , Buddhism and Psychotherapy: Selected Papers from the Second Kyoto Conference (ed. With Mel Miller and Osamu Ando), Routledge (2009)

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