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Past IEA Events

Illuminating Darkness

Creative Seminar Meeting with

Claudia Bader, MPS, ATR-BC, NCPsyA, LP, LCAT, PAA- NCGR Level IV Consulting Astrologer. MARI Mandala Assessment Teacher.

Diane Fremont, LCSW-R, Certified Jungian Psychoanalyst

Illuminating Darkness: Two lectures on how creativity can shine light into the dark of woundedness, bringing meaning, healing, and inspiration

Saturday May 11, 2019 1:30-4:00

Greenwich House * 27 Barrow Street, 4th Floor * New York, NY 10014 (Accessible Facility)

Duende, the Golden Dark. “All that has black sounds has duende.” Manuel Torre
Duende pulls light from darkness; to say a flamenco performer has great duende is the highest compliment. Lorca used it as the cornerstone of his poetics. This presentation posits that psychoanalysis is the science with duende, an art and a calling. From the psychodynamics of the color black through thanatos, interweaving Freud, Klein, Jungian alchemy, and astrology, we stop at The Matrix along the way. It concludes with a case study of an artist client’s recovery from suicidality; already creative, illuminated even more.

Claudia Bader, MPS, ATR-BC, NCPsyA, LP, LCAT ,PAA- NCGR Level IV Consulting Astrologer. MARI Mandala Assessment Teacher. Claudia is a graduate of IEA, and now a control analyst, supervisor, and faculty member; she also served as Executive Director and Director of Education. Pioneering the interface of spirituality, psychoanalysis, astrology, alchemy, art, and mandalas since 1973, she has taught internationally for psychoanalytic and astrological audiences. Her research interests are rooted in exploring the way the inner and outer worlds inform each other; in particular, color and space in the psyche and the relationship of astrology to art expression and psyche. Since 1995, Claudia has taught Art Diagnosis to over a thousand students at 4 universities. She is published in the Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion and different astrology journals. Co-author of the best selling Love Planets, in private practice in NYC, she also takes people to their soul homes with past life and spiritual regression.

Illuminating Rape: The Representation of Sexual Violence in Women’s Art. An immense cultural shift and awakening is taking place that mirrors and expands the Women’s Movements of previous eras. This presentation will delve into the ways that women, from a handful in the past to increasing numbers in the present day, have depicted very dark, painful and often shamefully hidden experiences of sexual violence through their artwork. Breaking the silence through shining a creative light on these shattering experiences forges them into a visual, embodied voice in the culture. Many of these artists’ works also address or depict the means of regaining equilibrium and reclaiming one’s own body, psyche, autonomy, sexuality and strength.

Diane Fremont, LCSW-R is a Certified Jungian Analyst in private practice in New York City. She is former Director of Training, supervisor, training analyst and faculty member of the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association, as well as a member of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and a faculty member of the Institute for Expressive Analysis. She is a board member of the Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism and a contributor to The Book of Symbols (2010), as well as writing a number of papers on art, alchemy, trauma and the creative process.

Learning Objectives:

1. Participants will be able to identify Duende
2. Participants will be able to identify how psychoanalysis is the science with Duende.
3. Participants will be able to identify a number of women artists whose work brings more visibility to the issues surrounding sexual violence.

There will be 3 CE’s offered for LP’s, LCAT’s, LMSW’s & LCSW’s; proof of attendance for all others. It is the responsibility of the participant seeking CE credits to comply with requirements. Upon completion, a certificate of attendance will be emailed to all participants.

This event is free for IEA students & members. $60 for non-IEA members.

Cancellation Policy: Please be advised that no refunds are offered after registration is complete.

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Annual Open House 2019

Sunday April 28, 2019
1:00-3:00 PM

Greenwich House
27 Barrow Street 4th Floor
New York, New York 10013

Handicap Accessible Facility

Faculty Speaker: Janet Sullivan, LP, LCAT, graduate, faculty member and board member of the Institute for Expressive Analysis and musician

Student Speaker: Ari Amir

Light refreshments will be served.

This event is free. Advanced Registration is required.

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IEA Creative Seminar Meeting
Sensory/Motor Group Supervision: Creative Processing of Clinical Phenomena

Sunday, March 10, 2019 * 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Greenwich House * 27 Barrow Street, 4th Floor * New York, NY 10014

Professor Robert Irwin Wolf, Dpsa, LCAT, LP, NCPsya, ATR-BC

This 2-hour Workshop/Seminar, will utilize volunteers from the audience to present clinical cases and simulate a group supervision experience. The facilitator will help the group utilize a variety of expressive modalities and methods of sensory motor expression to create a supervisory experience that explores non-verbal, implicit forms of communication in order to understand and process transference and countertransference material and enhance their work as clinicians. Participants will then be prepared to use this process with individuals in treatment.

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:

  • Utilize sensory motor communication within a group setting
  • Describe the relationship between ’Implicit’ memory and the unconscious
  • Explain how we communicate implicit feelings through non-verbal forms of expression

Professor Robert Irwin Wolf, Dpsa, LCAT, LP, NCPsya, ATR-BC holds a doctorate in Psychoanalytic Studies and is both a licensed creative art therapist and psychoanalyst. He is currently the President of the Institute for Expressive Analysis and, for over 35 years, has been on the graduate faculty of the College of New Rochelle and Pratt Institute, where he has trained and supervised groups of graduate art therapy students. He has also been on the faculties of several post graduate psychoanalytic training institutes, conducted numerous professional seminars and has published internationally, many articles and book chapters on his work. As a professional sculptor and photographer, he has also exhibited his artwork internationally.

There will be 2 CE’s offered for LP’s, & LCAT’s; proof of attendance for all others.  It is the responsibility of the participant seeking CE credits to comply with requirements.  Upon completion, a certificate of attendance will be emailed to all participants.

This event is free for IEA students & members.  $60 for non-IEA members.
Cancellation Policy: Please be advised that no refunds are offered after registration is complete.

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