TERPSICHORE FUND for eastern European students

TERPSICHORE FUND for eastern European students   A special opportunity is available for students in eastern Europe (or elsewhere by discussion) seeking a professional qualification in the creative therapies, psychotherapy or psychoanalysis. The opportunity is to attend the Champernowne Summer Course 2018 at zero cost, although applicants will need to make their own arrangements to travel to the UK.  Good English […]

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The Champernowne Library: Research Opportunity

The Champernowne Library comprises numerous books and others texts from the original collection of Dr Irene Champernowne, added to in more recent years by generous donations by Dr Anthony Stevens.Of particular academic interest are two separate sets of archival material: a collection of mainly unpublished or privately published works and pamphlets, including notes of lectures […]

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Irene Fund – support for trainees and practitioners facing hardship

IRENE FUND  Summer Course 2018: Twelve places have been made available special rate of £400 for a shared room ( compared with the full price of £800) for students seeking a professional qualification in the creative therapies, psychotherapy or analytical psychology.  This rate will also be available to practising creative / psychological therapists who  can demonstrate that […]

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Champernowne roots: Toni Wolffe

A book recommendation  from Michael Vizard and from  Jo Homan, who have been involved with Trust’s collection of books and records, inherited from Irene Champernowne. The book includes extensive quotations from the  correspondence between Wolff and Irene Champernowne, and of course from Irene’s ‘Memoir of Toni Woolf’.This is the book description from Amazon:Captivating, astute, and at […]

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July News Release

Book early!   You are encouraged to take advantage of the early bird rates, and pay your deposit by 30th November 2017.The first Summer Course flyer is now available, giving all the essential information you need about the next course, from 5 – 10  August 2018 at Hothorpe  Hall, Leicestershire. The planning group is extremely excited about […]

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Peter Tatham

A report from Michael Vizard, Course Director, 2006 -16: We are very sad to hear that Dr Peter Tatham died on 6th May. His funeral is at 2pm on Friday 26th May at St Peter’s church, Cornworthy, Devon. Peter, a medical doctor and Jungian analyst, was director of the Trust’s summer course for many of […]

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Jung and the Arts in the Champernowne Studio

Making and looking at visual art, and the opportunities in the Champernowne art studio. Art can be defined simply as the expression or application of creative skill and imagination, especially through a visual medium.   Amongst C G Jung’s many attributes, he was a dedicated draughtsman, painter and sculptor. For Jung painting and art-making represented an […]

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Hilary’s Champernowne

This is the first in an occasional series where old and new participants  share their experience of the Champernowne Summer Course over the years. . I always forget the exact year of my first experience of the Champernowne Summer Course.  It was either 1989 or 1990. It was a magical week.  Cumberland Lodge itself was the […]

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