1921 - 2005
In the early morning of February 12th Hans Dieckmann died in Berlin at the age of 83. Most of us will recall him as President of the German Association for Analytical Psychology DGAP 1971 - 1980 and as President of the International Association for Analytical Psychology IAAP 1983 - 1989.
Hans Dieckmann received his training in Berlin and Zürich and became one of the most influential Jungian Analysts of his time. He appeared as the founder of several Instituts and member groups of the IAAP around the world. The publications carrying his authorship are numerous and widely spread. He was among the first to give enhanced consideration to fairytales under a Jungian perspective. Dreams, mythology the structure of complexes as well as ecological and political issues belonged to his favorite themes. Hans Dieckmann understood his rich work as well as his personal life as being grounded in the Archetypal Structure of the unus mundus on one hand and in its constellations in the actual world on the other. The IAAP Berlin Congress 1986 'The Archetype of the Shadow in a split World' became a central event in his life. Among his many activities his engagement for the IPPNW - International Physicians against Nuclear War - has to be mentioned in this context.
Hans Dieckmann was blessed with a close loving relationship to his wife Ute, who died three years ago. Ute Dieckmann, Training Analyst at the Berlin C.G. Jung-Institute, had been around him, shaped his writings, gave birth to their four children and became a mother of our institute and of the DGAP. Hannes missed her a lot and finally agreed to follow her. He died in peace from internal diseases - and his age, thankful for a rich life.
The funeral will take place at February 23rd in Berlin-Dahlem, Waldfriedhof.
Jörg Rasche, MD
President of DGAP
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Evolutions of Jungian Clinical Practice: From Then Till Now
13, 14 & 15, March, 2015. Arundel House, London
Call for papers before 15 November 2014.
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11 April 2015
A Book Launch and International Conference
24-26 April 2015, Kibbutz Shefayim, Israel
The long awaited publication of the Correspondence between C.G. Jung and Erich Neumann promises to be a landmark event in the history of analytical psychology. The Jung-Neumann Letters, edited by Martin Liebscher, is due to be published by Princeton University Press early spring 2015. To mark this important event, an international conference is being planned, to be jointly sponsored by The Foundation for the Works of C.G. Jung, the Neumann family, The Philemon Foundation, The International Association of Analytical Psychology, and The Israel Institute of Jungian Psychology.
VII Latin American Congress
June 3 - 6, 2015, Buenos Aires, Argentina
VII CONGRESO LATINAMERICANO DI PSICOLOGÍA JUNGUIANA
Conflicto y Creatividad, Puentes y Fronteras Arquetípicas.
3 al 6 de Junio de 2015, Buenos Aires - Argentina
Fourth Joint Conference of the IAAP and the IAJS
9 to 12 July, 2015
New Haven, Connecticut
Thursday 27 August 2015 – Sunday 30 August 2015
Encounters, Traditions, Developments:
Analysis at the Cultural Crossroads
International Association for
Analytical Psychology with the Associazione Italiana di Psicologia Analitica (AIPA), the Associazione per la Ricerca in Psicologia Analitica (ARPA) and the Centro Italiano di Psicologia Analitica (CIPA) in cooperation with The University of Rome 3
December 4th 5th and 6th, Rome
XX International Congress of the IAAP
August 28 to September 2, 2016
Anima Mundi in Transition
Cultural, Clinical and Professional Challenges
The Program Committee would like to thank those of you who have submitted proposals for the 2016 IAAP Congress in Kyoto. Regretably, the deadline for submissions, October 31, is now passed and submissions for the Congress are closed.