Who is Carl Gustav Jung? Jung Cleveland shares many of his theories, but who is the man behind the theory of analytical psychology? Was his childhood unique? Why was he drawn to psychiatry, and how did he find his way into an entirely new method of working with the unconscious? How did his perspectives about life and meaning change as he moved into old age? Join us for this six-session exploration of Jung’s official autobiography, Memories, Dreams, Reflections. This is an easy way to learn about the birth of analytical psychology and its theories, and to get an intimate view of Jung’s own struggles and crossroads.
DATES AND TIME:
Six Saturdays from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
March 2, 16, 30, April 13, 27, May 4
9 CEUs available
Participants should purchase a copy of the book, which is accessible with Amazon or Barnes & Noble. There are also electronic and audio versions of the book. Our loose schedule will be the following:
In session 1, we will be looking at chapters 1 and 2, First Years and School Years. If time, we will also begin chapter 3, Student Years. We will use the book as a tool for an open discussion regarding participants’ impressions of, challenges with, and questions about Jung’s work. Sessions 2-6 will progress according to the pacing of the group.
Course objectives for clinicians:
• Build an understanding of the theoretical roots of analytical psychology
• Analyze case material that led to this theoretical model
• Understand types of interventions in therapeutic work with clients
Senior member/non-member $175/200
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Hallie B. Durchslag, Ph.D., LISW-S, is a Jungian-based psychotherapist with a private practice in Cleveland Heights, OH. She is a field instructor for the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University, and is President of the Jung Educational Center of Cleveland.