Some Essentials of Analytical Psychology
This series of three presentations is intended to introduce basic Jungian concepts, theories and ideas, or to deepen existing knowledge. Each lecture is presented by a local Jungian analyst.
Paul Gabrinetti, PhD
The shadow is a foundational part of Jung's view of personality and the most fundamental part of Jungian analytical work. The shadow carries the positive, negative, and potential aspects of the human personality in their unredeemed form. This presentation will look at the shadow's manifestations within the individual and in our human interactions.
Anima & Animus
Cydny Rothe, LCSW
Differentiating and relating to the contra-sexual element of one's own psyche is essential in establishing a dialogue of mutuality with the unconscious. The development of a woman's mind, initiative, courage, objectivity and spiritual wisdom the development of a man's strength in facing his emotions in a related, respectful way, as well as his ability to stay fully engaged in life these are the fruits of psychological work with the anima and animus.
Ego & Self
Paula Smith-Marder, PhD
In Memories, Dreams, Reflections, C.G. Jung describes his work with inner images. "I began to understand that the goal of psychic development is the Self." In this presentation, we will look at Jung's view of the psyche, his discovery of the Self, and the relationship between ego and Self. Contemporary images of the Self in dreams will be explored.
CEUs for MFTs and LCSWs; payable at the door.
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Chapman University, Smith Hall, Club Library (see MAP)
(The Club Library is in the Psychology Lounge)
Sunday, March 26, 4:00 pm
Sunday, April 2, 4:00 pm
Sunday, April 9, 4:00 pm