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The Southern African Association of Jungian Analysts (SAAJA) is a professional society of accredited Jungian Analysts. It provides postgraduate training in Jungian analysis for health professionals, public events that are informed by Jungian thought, and has a library with Jungian literature.
” They were to become firm friends and allies in the fight for conservation and the wilderness, and were united further by their fascination with the work, especially on dreams, of the great psychologist, C. G. Jung. This eventually led to the founding of the Cape of Good Hope Centre for Jungian Studies. Now South African Association for Jungian Analysts.
Ashton, is a psychiatrist and Jungian analyst living in Cape Town, South Africa. He has lectured and written on mythology, art, and psychology. He is the author of From the Brink: Experiences of the Void from a Depth Psychological Perspective (London: Karnac Press, 2007) and Evocations of Absence: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Void States (Spring Journal Books, 2007). He has given numerous lectures including: "In the Beginning: Myths and Legends of the Creation" (2006); and "Art and the Void: An Illustrated Exploration of Void States (2002) a lecture developed and modified for presentation at the 2004 IAAP Congress in Barcelona, Spain under the title "Much Ado About Nothing"; and "Honey I Killed the Kids" (2001) an illustrated lecture on Medea and filicide, published in Mantis (the Jungian Journal published by SAAJA, The Southern African Association of Jungian Analysts.
Apart from his diverse interests in the arts, contemplative traditions and psychology, Dain is also deeply committed to social change. For a number of years he ran the Midlands office of Sinani (Survivors of Violence), an NGO addressing the multiple consequences of socio-political violence. In Cape Town, where he runs a private Psychotherapy practice, he is regularly contracted to support and train local NGO's. He is particularly committed to the support of the LGBTI community. He serves on the executives of the SAPC (The South African Psychoanalytic Confederation) and SAAJA (South African Association of Jungian Analysts.
Dain Peters is a qualified musician, Clinical psychologist and Jungian analyst. He serves on the executives of the SAPC (The South African Psychoanalytic Confederation) and SAAJA (South African Association of Jungian Analysts.