The Syzygy, reformulation and new perspectives: dreams, anima-animus-androgynous and gender.
Mario Saiz (Chair) (SUAPA), María Paz Abalos (SCPA), Claudia Grez (SCPA), Michael Bartfeld (SUAPA), Federico Benchin (SUAPA), Susana Toloza (SCPA), Madeleine Porre (SCPA) & Javiera Falcone (SCPA)
Jung’s conception of Anima and Animus grounded, as he says, in empirical exploration, needs to be continued. The key is in the syzygy as coniunctio of different energies, which according to measures, intensities and qualities, reformulate our perspectives towards a new relational model between anima - animus - androgynous that bring us closer to understanding gender diversity.
Our challenge is to explore this new perspective in 142 dreams. We investigate dreams of people in Jungian analysis, describing: a) patterns of relationship between the dream ego and anima-animus-androgynous; b) patterns of unfolding of the different modalities of the anima-animus-androgynous relationship; c) patterns of continuity between the dream-ego and the walking-ego, and finally, d) we explore the concomitant presence of anima, animus and androgynous in dreams, their modes of presentation and relationship. We will present research data of clinical significance.
Mario Saiz (SUAPA-Uruguay) Clinical Psychiatrist, Jungian Analyst SUAPA-IAPP, Master in Analytical Psychotherapy, Professor of Philosophy, Professor in the Master program, Jungian Psychotherapy (Catholic University of Uruguay), Visiting Professor in Master program, Jungian Clinical Psychology (U. Mayor-Chile).
María Paz Abalos (SCPA-Chile) Clinical Psychologist, PUC. Jungian Analyst, SCPA-IAAP. Masters in Jungian Clinical Psychology, UAI. Founding partner and Director of Formation of the SCPA. Director, Professor and Supervisor in the Master program, Jungian Clinical Psychology, Mayor University.
Claudia Grez (SCPA-Chile) Clinical Psychologist, Jungian Analyst, Master in Jungian Clinical Psychology, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez. President of the Chilean Society of Analytical Psychology. Teacher and clinical supervisor in Jungian Psychology training programs in Chile, Perú and Uruguay.
Michael Bartfeld (SUAPA-Uruguay) Clinical Psychologist, Jungian Analyst and IAAP member. Master´s degree in Analytical Psychotherapy. Professor at the Catholic University of Uruguay, teaching undergraduate and Master´s students. Clinical supervisor. Academic Director and Professor (SUPA).
Federico Benchin (SUAPA-Uruguay) Clinical Psychologist, Jungian Analyst, Master’s degree in Analytical Psychotherapy. Professor at the Catholic University of Uruguay, teaching undergraduate and Master´s students. President SUPA. President Elect of the Uruguayan Argentinean Society of Analytical Psychology (SUAPA).
Susana Toloza (SCPA-Chile) M.A. in Jungian Clinical Psychology, Adolfo Ibáñez University, Chile. Jungian Analyst, SCPA-IAAP. Psychotherapist for adults and adolescents. Lecturer, clinical supervisor, and thesis advisor for the M.A. in Jungian Clinical Psychology, Universidad Mayor, Chile. University professor since 2003 in several universities.
Madeleine Porre (SCPA-Chile) Clinical Psychologist, U. de Chile. Master in Jungian Analytical Clinical Psychology, UAI. SCPA Analyst Candidate. Adult, child & teenager psychotherapy. University teaching, research & clinical supervision. Professor of Master in Jungian Analytical Clinical Psychology, UAI.
Javiera Falcone (SCPA-Chile) Clinical Psychologist and Analyst candidate at the Chilean Society of Analytical Psychology (SCPA). Coordinator Communications Committee at the SCPA. Master in Analytical Psychology from the UAI. Bachelor of Psychology at the UGM.