A Presentation by Helen Phillips
Thursday 6 March 2014, 7:30 – 9:30 pm
Quaker Meeting House
10 Hampson St, Kelvin Grove
(Park on Prospect Terrace)
Members and concession $10
Non –members $15
Invidia (Latin: envy) allegorical painting
By Giotto di Bondone 1305
Envy is a universal experience, but isn't 'creative' envy a contradiction in
terms? In this paper envy will be considered from the perspective of
Jungian psychology as a call to individuate, having a structuring function
within the psyche rather than simply a defensive one.
Helen completed her analytical training with the Guild of Analytical Psychologists in London. Since then she has been practising in Adelaide and Bethany in the Barossa Valley. She has recently been granted an MA from Winchester University UK following study at Sarum College Salisbury, and is a member of IAAP.