Jungian Dreamwork and Psychotherapy

School of Professional Psychology and Health ICPW 5302 1.00

This course is an introduction to Jung’s analytical psychology and the practice of Jungian psychotherapy. Topics include Jung’s childhood and student years; the relationship between Freud and Jung; Jung’s “confrontation with the unconscious”; the personal and collective unconscious; libido (psychic energy); archetypes and myth; ego and complex; persona and shadow; anima and animus; the process of individuation; Jungian dream interpretation; psychological types; and Jung’s views on religion, myth, and alchemy. Students learn basic Jungian concepts and develop a deepening relationship to their own unconscious through dreamwork, mandala drawing, and reflection on personal myths and symbols. ICPW student

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