Jung 101 is a 4-session class series that is appropriate for beginners to Jung’s work and analytical psychology, as well as those who want a deeper understanding of his theories. Continuing Education Credits are available (6 CEUs through CSWMFT and OPA)
This class will utilize Murray Stein’s Map of the Soul to immerse us in an understanding of Jungian psychology. Course participants will learn concepts and processes of Jungian psychological theory. Throughout the 4 weeks we will develop a deeper comprehension of Jung’s map of the psyche, complexes, archetypes, and the relationship between consciousness and the unconscious.By the end of the class series, participants will be able to identify and describe Jungian concepts; explain how complexes operate; and discuss the process and purpose of a Jungian analysis.
TIME AND DATES: Mondays 6:30-8:00 pm
October 15th: In our first session we will explore Jung’s map of the psyche, looking at conscious, the unconscious, and the collective unconscious.
October 22nd: In our second session we will deepen our understanding of what we started in the first session, looking more closely at shadow, archetypes, and the Self.
November 5th: Session three will explore complex theory
November 19th: Session four will tie all we have learned together, looking at ego-self-axis, telos, and Individuation.
COST:Space is limited to 14 participants
ABOUT THE TEACHER:
Randi Nathenson, LISW-S is a licensed clinical social worker and Jungian Analyst with a private practice in Highland Heights, OH. She is a diplomate of the Inter-regional Society of Jungian Analysts. She currently serves on the Board of The Jung Educational Center of Cleveland, and is active in many professional organizations, including the IAAP and Pittsburgh Jung Society.