The purpose of this course is to impart knowledge on the theory and practice of Analytical or Jungian Psychology to interested professionals. By the end of this course participants will have a good working knowledge of several key concepts that define Analytical Psychology and their relevance to clinical practice.
This theoretical course will focus on the broad theme of human suffering and transformation. Suffering is legitimized by its universal existence in every sphere of our lives. For Jung „Neurosis is always a substitute for legitimate suffering” (Jung, 1938/40, para. 129). Treating neurosis depends on its meaning and not its origin, what it means now and not what it meant then. Symptoms have a purpose, a teleology, demanding we find new meaning.
You can download the detailed program and application form from the MDPA Website.