The Janus-faced archivist: Reflections on 4500 colorful pictures sleeping in grey boxes.
February 27 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pmPrepaid Cost: $40 – $55
Presented by Ruth Ammann
- Describe Jung’s technique of active imagination and its role in the practice of psychotherapy;
- Give an example of how painting as a form of active imagination can be incorporated as a part of psychotherapeutic work;
- Using the example presented in the seminar, describe the evolution of the analytic process in light of the progression of their paintings.
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