Speaking Engagements

Upcoming Speaking Engagements

Jungian Odyssey 2021

Zermatt, Switzerland 

May 27-30, 2021

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Fanny Brewster

Topic: Searching for Soul in Times of Anxiety

Annual International Dream Conference 2021

International Association for the Study of Dreams

Ashland, Oregon

June 13-17, 2021

Past Speaking Engagements

The Use and Abuse of Power in Therapy

with Valerie Sinason and Fanny Brewster

March 20, 2021

This is an on-line event via Zoom

10am-4pm BST

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Our Collective Shadow: Racism, Trauma, and Privilege

Online via Zoom

Thursdays: February 4, 11, and 25, 2021

12-1:30pm Pacific Time

The Retreat at Pacifica Graduate Institute

The Racial Complex:  Race, Racism and Cultural Complexes

The Harlem Family Institute

February 13, 2021

Zoom Event

1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EST

DREAMING IN COLOR: Race in the Unconscious, a workshop with Dr. Fanny Brewster

Jung Society of Washington

February 6, 2021

Zoom Event

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

Cambridge Jungian Circle

Cambridge/London, UK

January 15th, 2021

International Zoom Event from NYC, USA

7:30-9pm British Standard Time

Topic: The Racial Complex

The American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis, Inc. (ABAP)

November 13th, 2020

Zoom Online Event from NYC, USA

10-1pm Eastern Standard Time

Topic: Diversifying Our Institutes

C.G. Jung Foundation New York 

Saturday Workshop: The Racial Complex and Our Collective Trauma

10:00am – 3:00pm, October 31, 2020

A daylong online Zoom seminar led by Fanny Brewster, MFA, PhD, LP

Contact hours: 4 CE contact hours for Licensed NYS Social Workers, Psychoanalysts and Creative Arts Therapists for this program.

As we move further into the 21st century it becomes possible to reflect more on 19th and 20th century psychological theories. One such theoretical writing was C.G. Jung’s A Review of the Complex Theory.  This theory of a “color” complex was developed by Jung in regard to individuals of Africanist ancestry.  As Americans we live with the collective cultural trauma of racism that has been a part of our society since slavery. This intergenerational trauma caused by the racial complex continues to be constellated on an individual as well as a collective level.

Analysis and Activism Conference 

Berkeley, CA

October 16-18, 2020

LIVESTREAM – The Reality of Fragmentation and the Yearning for Healing

The C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco

Panel 6: Some 2020 Election Issues, Panelist Speaker, The 7th Circle: Racism, Illusion and Political Violence (11-15am to 1pm/PT)

Dreamwork with Dr. Fanny Brewster

Morning Dreamwork Salon

Socially Relevant Psychology

The Salomé Institute of Jungian Studies

Childhood Innocence: Racial Prejudice and the Shaping of Complexes

Edith Sullwold Memorial Lecture

C. G. Jung Institute Los Angeles

Antioch University

Keynote Speaker

On May 15th Dr. Brewster was interviewed by Dr. Matt Silverstein, director of Spiritual and Depth Psychology Specialization at Antioch University Los Angeles. 

Click here to watch the interview

To register for CEU’s for the podcast, please go here.

Racial Complex and Covid Pandemic: AULA Community event with Dr. Fanny Brewster

Racial complex and Covid-19 Pandemic/Lecture and Community Discussion

In this afternoon Zoom Town Hall Community Discussion we will be introduced to the idea of a racial complex–psychological trauma of identity tied to race as at the individual and group level. Particular attention is given to the racial complex informing personal and collective responses to the current Coronavirus pandemic.

The Historical and Contemporary Shadow of Our Collective Grief: Witnessing, Listening and Soul

A two (2) event series with Dr. Fanny Brewster and Joanna Walling, sponsored by PGIA 

August 2, 2020 & September 13, 2020

We welcome you to join in a grief support group to bear witness to our collective grief during this time of great change for our country. The United States has a long history of individual and systemic racial and cultural oppression and brutality against “other” non-dominant cultures. The scarring of this collective past leaves each of us with wounds of varying size, color, shape, and depth, wounds that need not be felt and carried alone.