Introduction to Jungian PsychologyTaught by Bette R. Joram, Ph.D., L.M.H.C.
The C.G. Jung Society, Seattle, presents Introduction to Jungian Psychology, a 10-week course offering, taught by Bette R. Joram, PhD, LMHC. Students will be introduced to major theoretical constructs with definitions of terms and examples that will illustrate concepts which are frequently presented at our lectures, workshops, and Fairy Tale Fridays. A course syllabus will be provided to students who enroll for the entire course. Selected readings and texts will be assigned to accompany the class lectures and learning activities.
Space for this course is limited to 24 participants, so please pre-register.
Course IntentionTo present an overview of Jung's theory, including Jung's model of the structure of the personality and the psyche, typology, implications for treatment and the analytic process. We will explore the differences between the personal and the collective unconscious by looking at four major archetypes: the Shadow, the Anima, the Animus, and the Self. Symbolism, myth, and metaphor are addressed as fundamental principles in Jungian analysis. These concepts are illustrated with discussions of relevant dream material as well as specific readings.
LocationSessions will be held at The Good Shepherd Center, 4649 Sunnyside Avenue N, Room 223, in Seattle.
Pre-RegistrationTo pre-register, please call Mack from 8:30 am to 7:30 pm Mon. - Sat., and be prepared to pay via any major credit card.