The Zurich Lab – Crisis and Creativity: A Conversation Among Colleagues – Sat. Sept. 6 in NYC

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Psychology Tomorrow Magazine invites you to join us for an afternoon with The Zurich Lab[oratory], a group of dynamic Jungian Psychoanalysts from across Europe, whose mission is to help individuals and organizations acquire a more active and creative relationship with the deeper contexts in which they subsist and from which they operate.

Join us in a conversation in which members of the Zurich Lab present the ideas behind their project, their field of research and ideas for the future of depth-psychology in the millennial era.

(NYC location to be announced)

 Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014 from 2-4PM

Free | Limited Space. Reserve now at info@psychologytomorrowmagazine.com


Leader: Jakob Lusensky

Jakob is a Jungian psychoanalyst in-training working in private practice in Berlin, Germany. His field of research and writing focuses on fields such as branding, creativity, globalization and cultural critique from a psychoanalytical perspective. Early 2015 see the release of his second book on brand psychology through the Zurich Lab. 

Leader: Evangelos Tsempelis

Evangelos has a background in history and international relations. He holds degrees from Tufts University and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy in Boston, Massachusetts. A few years ago, Evangelos moved to Zurich with his family in order to train in Jungian psychoanalysis.

The Zurich Lab supports and implements initiatives that respond to contemporary social challenges by bringing psychoanalysis to the streets. We fire-start debates. We curate and publish psychoanalytically inspired writing. We engage with global culture with a view to promoting experiences of breadth and depth.

TZL helps individuals and organizations to acquire a more active and creative relationship with the deeper contexts in which they subsist and from which they operate. We assist our partners in identifying and transcending underlying conflicts that hinder healing and transformation.”

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