Future Plans - March 2020

Becoming One’s Self

The Society of Analytical Psychology
is currently planning the third of its innovative, residential weekends
based in Grasmere, Lake District, U.K.
Friday tea-time, March 20th
through to
Sunday lunch, March 22nd 2020


Lake View Country House, Lake View Drive,
Grasmere, LA22 9TD

For March 2020, we are focusing on Becoming One’s Self - a Jungian approach to individuation. There will be talks, workshops and discussions on concepts such as the dynamic self, what it means to become oneself and how this informs work in the consulting room. To allow the experience to be further digested and personalized, we provide facilitated groups, social dreaming workshops and an opportunity to walk with others in the Lakeland fells. Numbers of participants are strictly limited to provide an in-depth experience.

For a more detailed idea of the programme, topics and speakers, please download:

Planned Weekend Schedule:
Friday March 20th 2020:

Saturday March 21st 2020:

Sunday March 22nd 2020:

Each of sessions A-D comprises three sections: a seminar/workshop of an hour and a quarter, a 30 min break followed by a facilitated group for a further hour and a quarter.

All events take place in a geodesic dome in the orchard of Lake View Country House. N.B. It can rain or be windy at times in the Lake District. Please come prepared with suitable walking / outdoor clothing, with suitable walking boots, and a trekking pole if you usually use one.

The following people will be involved in this weekend: speakers Martin Schmidt and Susanna Wright, and group facilitator Roselyn Abbott (host).

Roselyn Abbott Roselyn Abbott is a Jungian Analyst, a member of the Group Analytic Society International and the British Association for Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Supervision. Ros is also a registered Mentalization Based Treatment Practitioner, and has extensive experience working as a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, Supervisor and Group Analyst within the NHS including forensic services, specialising in working with women and personality disorders. Ros holds an MA in Intercultural and Group Therapy, and currently works in private practice as a Jungian Analyst and Group Analyst. Ros is involved in both the SAP Analytic and Psychotherapy trainings, and has edited the Film & Culture section of the JAP.

Martin Schmidt Martin Schmidt is a Jungian Training Analyst at the Society of Analytical Psychology and WPF in London. He is Honorary Secretary and Regional Organiser for Central Europe of the International Association for Analytical Psychology. Martin has published numerous papers, teaches and supervises widely, both in the UK and abroad. His paper ‘Psychic Skin: psychotic defences, borderline process and delusions’ (JAP, Feb 2012) won the Fordham prize and was nominated for the Gradiva award by the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis in New York. Martin works in private practice in London.

Susanna Wright Susanna Wright is a supervising and training analyst for the Society of Analytical Psychology, the BPF and WPF. She worked for several years as an analyst for trainees of the International Association of Analytical Psychology in St Petersburg and has recently retired from a 5-year term as Co-editor in Chief of the Journal of Analytical Psychology, for which she organised conferences in Berlin, London and New York. She holds an MA in the psychodynamics of organisations and has worked in organisational consultancy, as well as lecturing and teaching on clinical training programmes in the UK and overseas. Susanna works in private practice in London and Kendal.

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https://www.thesap.org.uk/, Charity Number 238441

Lake View Country House in the spring

For further information or to enquire about future courses, please contact us.

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