Keynote speaker: Andrew Fellows
Dr Andrew T. Fellows (BSc, PhD Dunelm) is a Jungian Analyst, deep ecologist and writer with private practices in Zürich and Bern. He holds a Doctorate in Applied Physics,
is a former Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society, and enjoyed many years of international professional engagement with renewable (especially wind) energy, sustainable development and energy policy. His special interests include the relationship between mind and matter, the anima mundi, the mid-life transition, the new sciences, and the use of Analytical Psychology to understand and address global collective challenges associated with the Anthropocene Epoch.
He is currently writing a book for a major academic publisher with the working title Gaia and Psyche: A Synergy to Survive the Anthropocene.
Gerardo Botta CIPA is psychologist, analytical psychologist, psychotherapist, family mediator, lecturer. He has published essays on parenthood, family mediation and the relationship between analytical psychology, psychoanalysis, phenomenology and phenomenological psychiatry. He is a member of the scientific committee at CIPA. Since 2013 he has been a member of the editorial committee for the Jungian journal ‘Quaderni di cultura junghiana’.
Marina Conti took her degree in Analytical Psychology at the "Carl Gustav Jung Institut" (Zurich) in 2003 and she is associated with AGAP and IAAP, working in Milan and as a "Visiting Analyst" for the Ukraine and Belarus DGs. She participates in international conferences and is co-author of the study " Sincronicità e coincidenze significative”, Edizioni Magi (2016) and author of several articles about the development of the Analytical Psychology.
Karni Ishai has 26 years experience in mental health and education. She is a member of the Israeli Institute of Jungian Psychology as well as of the organization for expressive therapists in Israel. She is specialized with various types of trauma: war, terror grief, mourning, sexual abuse and neglect.
Nina Kanevskaia is analytical psychologist, trainee of training program on Jungian analysis (RSAP, IAAP), dance-movement therapist. She has graduated from Saint-Petersburg State University, faculty of psychology in 2000. She has been working as a psychologist since 2001, since 2012 has got private practice (adults and children) and works as analytical psychologist.
Monika Luik. Jungian analyst. Additionally social work background. INTJ. Private practice in Tallinn and in Pärnu. Involved in training new Jungians in Estonia.
Gunilla Midbøe, MSW., certified psychotherapist, supervisor and Jungian psychoanalyst works in private practice in the western parts of Sweden. Her main spheres of interest include how symbols and language interact and contributes to individuation within the analytical relationship and the development of contemporary analytical psychology. Her first book, The Elliptical Dialogue, is being published by Chiron Publications in spring 2017.
Giorgio Tricarico. Psychologist, psychotherapist, Jungian analyst, supervisor. He is member of the IAAP (International Association for Analytical Psychology), and President of the FEGAP (Finnish-Estonian Group for Analytical Psychology). He works with adult patients since 1998, and has given several lectures and seminars on relevant issues in Analytical Psychology.
Author of the essay “The Labyrinth of Possibility: a Therapeutic Factor in Analytical Practice”, Karnac Books (2015), and of other books, since 2009 he lives and works in Helsinki.
Pille Varmann is a Jungian Analyst (FEGAP, IAAP) with a private practice in Tallinn, Estonia. Pille comes from the medical background. She is trained in internal medicine and psychiatry, currently practising as a psychiatrist in Estonia and in Finland. Pille is also trained as a supervisor, working with groups and individuals. Pille's special interests in analytical psychology include individuation and its connections to psychosomatic symptoms as an expression of somatic creativity, early relational trauma and dissociation, trauma and creativity, transgenerational trauma and the use of analytical psychology to understand the processes of the collective psyche.
Harri Virtanen, born in 1963, is Jungian analyst (DSAP), who is interested in eco-psychology. He has a private practice in Helsinki. He has written ten plays and more than 100 hours tv-drama and has worked in media and cultural organisations. He is an editor in Psychotherapy-journal and publisher at his own publishing house. He has been lecturing about the negative individuation, aggression, depression, literature therapy, creativity, storytelling and eco-therapy.