Brenda Crowther

Jungian Analyst & Depth Psychologist

Brenda Crowther

Jung by the Sea

Workshops, Reading Groups and Jung Courses in Bexhill-on-Sea


Sunday 19 March 2017: 11.30am to 4.30 pm

Roses-kissThe Remora: An Interpretation of Sleeping Beauty by Brenda Crowther

This is a reading group and we will read the above pamphlet published by the Guild of Pastoral Psychology in 2013.  This is a day’s reading and discussion around the Grimm’s fairy tale.


Cost £30.  Drinks and snacks provided, please bring your own lunch. 


Sussex Healers’ Association: Autumn Seminar  

The Manor Barn, Old Town, Bexhill-on-Sea: Sunday 16 October, 10 for 10.30 am.  



The journey to train as a depth psychologist begins with a dream that leads to Switzerland, revealing how both light and dark sides of experience are essential for healing. Dreams can be life-changing gifts from a vast and numinous inner world, sparking off a healing process, which sometimes begins with early childhood dreams.





CHILDREN’S DREAMS:  A Reading Group.

From 1 September 2013, and finished 11 December 2016

Notes from the seminars given by Jung and his colleagues in 1936 – 1940

The Reading Group is most often before the Dream Group for 1 hour and 45 minutes with some stand-alone sessions.  It will start at 11.45 with a lunch break of 1 hour before the Dream Group starts at 2.30 pm.

Please bring your own food and I will provide the drinks. New dates 2016: 6 November, 20 November, 4 December and 11 December.  Cost: £35 (no separate sessions).

This is a Reading Group so the text is read aloud and discussed. No study is required before the meetings.  It is a relaxed and interactive way to study a text.  You will need your own copy of the book: Children’s Dreams by C G Jung (edited by Lorenz Jung & Maria Meyer-Grass).  Try ABE Books for a second hand copy or The Book Depository for a postage-free delivery.



Introductory Course on Jungian Psychology 
from 21 April 2012 to 21 April 2013

Emeralds basket mandalaThis was a fortnightly meeting during three terms and is now finished.  It may be repeated as workshops throughout the coming year.  The content was: the importance of dreams to Jung; the eternal figures of the animus and anima.  The shadow, personal and collective.  The relationship between ego and self.  The psychology of archaic man.  World religions.  Psychological interpretations of myths and fairy tales.  This included 3 reading groups of Jung, Joseph Campbell and Marie-Louise von Franz.

The picture shows a basket mandala made by Emerald Turner, a participant on the Jung course.  This is a creative expression coming out of the studies.