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Presented by Elizabeth Martiny
A WORKSHOP SATURDAY 12 October 2019 at CG Jung Centre, Rosebank, Cape Town
A multitude of social barriers negatively impact self-identity, self-esteem and development of women with a physical disability. These can result in the internalization of disparaging social attitudes, behaviours and God-images regarding disability. Certain faith communities marginalize this population due to formation of and teaching of God-images which denigrate the condition of disability and persons with a disability. This seminar will explore a few narratives of women regarding their psychological and religious experiences related to their disability. The discussion will also focus on the therapeutic encounter with persons with a disability by identifying and exploring both restrictive and
liberating factors in their journeys.
About the presenter
Elizabeth Martiny, (Ph.D) worked several years as a special education teacher and as a therapist in the United States. She received a diploma in analytical psychology at the C.G. Jung Institute, Zürich, Switzerland after which she has been practicing as a Jungian analyst in Gauteng since 1995. She has given numerous seminars to Jungian groups in Gauteng, Bloemfontein, Pretoria and Cape Town. She has presented papers at Jungian conferences: the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) and the Association of Graduates of Analytical Psychology of the C.G. Jung Institute, Zürich (AGAP). For her doctoral research at UKZN, she used an interdisciplinary approach of theology and analytical psychology to study God-images of women with a physical disability.
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