Monday, April 6, 2015

A tribute to Neve Tze'elim - a Jungian Neumannian Treatment Center

The Jung-Neumann Letters
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Kibbutz Shefayim, April 24-26, 2015, Conference Website Trailer
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Neve Tze'elim 
A treatment center based on Jungian and Neumannian Principles

This talk, by Rivka Lahav, will bring the story of "Neve Tze'elim", an institute for the long term treatment, development and education of emotionally disturbed children and teenagers, mostly from kibbutzim.

The children resided in Neve Tze'elim during the course of their treatment, and education, and eventually return back to their homes.

The founder and director of Neve Tze'elim was Marion Baderian, who studied with and was inspired by Erich Neumann, and who modeled and ran the institute - the “Maon” in Hebrew - in the spirit of the works of Erich Neumann.

In this talk I will focus on the structure and dynamics of Neve Tze'elim , and will try to convey the special spirit of the place, which worked as a unitary reality for the children, the workers and all that surround them.

Rivka Lahav is a clinical psychologist and Jungian analyst.  She worked for 12 years in " Neve Tzeelim", and 10 years in the mental clinic of "Ramat Chen". She is now in private practice.

Her talk is part of a session on 'Clinical Aspects of Neumann's Work':
Chair: Yehuda Abramovitch
Rina Porat: "The Distress Ego"
Batia Brosh: "'Do you hear my call?'" – Two aspects of the feminine: A clinical example of Neumann's theory"
Rivka Lahav: "Neve Zeelim: Treatment center based on Jungian and Neumannian Principles” Sunday, April 26, at the Jung Neumann Conference in Shefayim

The Conference is sponsored by

The Swiss Embassy in Israel
Princeton University Press
Digital Fusion
The Philemon Foundation
Israel Institute of Analytical Psychology
International Association of Analytical Psychology
together with the Jung Foundation and the Neumann Heirs

The Jung Neumann Letters Conference
International Advisory Board
Erel Shalit • Murray Stein • Batya Brosh • John Beebe • Riccardo Bernardini
Jerome Bernstein • Ann Casement • Angela Connolly • Tom Kirsch • Patricia Michan
Joerg Rasche • Nancy Swift Furlotti • Luigi Zoja • Liliana Wahba

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