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Widely considered a complex, often controversial figure, C.G. Jung’s life and writings have proven a source of both inspiration and exasperation. This seminar will present an introduction to basic Jungian concepts and the relationship between his formative life experience and the theory he developed. Concepts will include: the collective and personal unconscious persona and shadow, anima and animus, synchronicity, archetypal symbols, and paradox as the psyche’s essential truth. Selected vignettes from clinical material, classical myths and fairy tales will illustrate throughout.
In the final session, we as a group will consider what is going on in America life now at an archetypal level. Learners will be invited to select an aspect of life in contemporary America (politics, economy, cultural values) and present their understanding from a Jungian perspective.
*NYSSCSW Discount applies to NYSSCSW members in good standing only.
**Student Discount only applies to full time students currently enrolled in social work and MHP master level programs.
61 Irving Pl. Suite LLD
New York City
Registration is closed.
After attending this seminar participants will be able to:
This seminar is appropriate for new professionals.
Louise DeCosta, Ph.D., LCSW is a faculty member, supervisor and training analyst currently affiliated with Postgrad* the Institute of the Postgraduate Psychoanalytic Society and a member of C.G. Jung foundation for Analytical Psychology. In private practice for thirty five years, her training includes work and study in the USA, Mumbai, India and London, U.K. at the Tavistock Clinic. Dr. Costa has been the Creative Director of A. Psychoanalytic Trilogy: dramatic readings of The Freud/Jung Letters (premier: 2011); The Freud/Ferenczi Letters (2013) and The Women: Our Psychoanalytic Mothers (2016) which won the Gradiva award for Best Play 2017. To date, these productions have been presented on thirty occasions in the USA, Copenhagen, Prague, Florence, Buenos Aires and at The Freud Museum in London.
No Contact Hours will be awarded for participation this program.
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