Winter 2018 Newsletter Highlights
Update from the Existential Analysis Canada Board
Dear EA Canada Members and Friends,
I send you warm greetings and a belated Happy New Year on this rather rainy day in Vancouver, BC. I trust that you enjoyed some rest over the holidays and that, for those of you living in the Lower Mainland of BC, you have not been washed away by the recent and incessant rain.
It is a great pleasure to bring to you some updates on the Existential Analysis Society of Canada.
Firstly – we are very pleased to once again be able to welcome Dr. Alfried Längle to Vancouver. Dr. Längle will be participating in the training of several cohorts, offering clinical supervision, and also giving a free public lecture on Thursday, February 15, from 7:00 to 9:00pm, in St. Paul’s Hospital. The lecture is entitled Nobody sees me! – On the Pain of Hysteria Existential Dynamics and Therapy of Histrionic Disorder and will be held on the Langley campus of Trinity Western University. We hope that you will be able to join us for this exciting event. As usual, our plan is to video-record the lecture, and we plan to make it available via our YouTube channel. Please see the announcement in this newsletter for further details about the location and to register…
Annual General Meeting
Please join us at our AGM to review the year, plan for the future, and elect board members.
All are welcome to attend. However, only full-members will be entitled to vote on matters.
Pizza will be provided!
Date:Thursday, March 8, 2018
Time: 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Place:Burnaby Public Library - Metrotown (Click for Map & Travel Information)
Registration:Please register your attendance by clicking here.
Inter-American Journal on Existential Analysis
Last year, Existential Analysis collaborators from Chile, Argentina, Mexico, and Canada successfully launched a bilingual inter-American publication that features brief articles and book reviews in both Spanish and English, and extended articles appearing in their original language with a translated abstract. Existencia (ISSN 0719-8671) is freely accessible via www.icae.cl. Links to the first four bilingual issues (each addressing conditions for one of the four Fundamental Motivations) are linked here.
EA in Alberta
Introductory Existential Analysis Seminars in Edmonton
lead by Rochelle Chapman
Existential Summit on Meaning
Drs. Alfreid Langle and Leslee Brown are hosting an Existential Summit on Meaning, in Israel, with excusrsions to Palestine.