Congress Registration, Hotel Booking, the Congress Program,
The website for the XIXth IAAP Congress in Copenhagen is online and begins with the Program details and a full Sunday of events : the Pre-Congress Workshop ("Movement as Active Imagination"), other Sunday events (the meeting of the North American Societies, CNASJA, the Council of Societies Review, the Meeting of Candidates and Routers, of ISST, of AGAP) and finally the Opening Reception at the Scandic Hotel.
In the picture above, on the shore in the foreground is the Tycho Brahe Planetarium. Behind the planetarium and to the left is the Scandic Hotel, the site of our Congress. will be held. The photograph is by Lars Gehrlein (LarsGe) and it can be found and purchased as a print at www.500px.com
For IAAP analysts who plan to attend the Congress:
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Copenhagen Congress 2013 Documents
The XIXth International Congress for Analytical Psychology
The Program Committee is pleased to announce the IAAP Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark, to be held from August 18 to 23, 2013. The theme of the Congress will be, "100 Years : Origins, Innovations and Controversies.
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The IAAP Congress 2013, Copenhagen:: here we are using an image of the Egeskov Castle in Denmark.
For the The JAP International Conference held earlier, we used a detail from a 1933 painting by Shindo Reime, "Foot of the Falls," that is exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
For The 30th International Workshop on Childhood and Adolescence, we used a photograph the "Real Alcazar de Sevilla" by Riccardo Melillo (CC - Creative Commons Copyright).