Events for May 29, 2020
POSTPONED-Analytical Psychology and Contemporary Psychotherapy:
Research – Investigating Process and Outcome of Jungian Psychotherapy
The presenter had to cancel his trip to the U.S. due to unforeseen circumstances. Presented by Christian Roesler, Ph.D. As analytic training institutes across the world have come under pressure to provide empirical evidence for the effectiveness of Jungian psychotherapy, there is an increasing need to gain more data and understand more specifically both the process of psychotherapy and the factors which influence outcome. This presentation will provide an overview of research activities in the field of analytical psychology and psychodynamic psychotherapy in general, as well as describe some of the problems involved with applying psychotherapy research to Jungian psychoanalysis. Both quantitative as well as qualitative research designs will be presented, including the use of the association experiment/word association test, single case report frames, and interpretative methods for the analysis of dream series, which are all designed to highlight some of the specific aspects of Jungian psychotherapy. Learning Objectives: Describe some of the problems inherent in applying psychotherapy research to Jungian psychoanalysis; Give an example of 2 qualitative research designs which are designed to highlight specific aspects of Jungian oriented psychotherapy; Drawing from current studies in Jungian psychotherapy, list two factors which affect a positive outcome as a result of Jungian analysis. […]Find out more »
The presenter had to cancel his trip to the U.S. due to unforeseen circumstances. Analytical Psychology and contemporary psychotherapy: research - Investigating process and outcome of Jungian psychotherapy Christian Roesler, Ph.D. Friday, May 29, 2020; 7:30-9:30 pm Jungian theory of dreaming and contemporary dream research: the research method Structural Dream Analysis Christian Roesler, Ph.D. Saturday, May 30, 2020; 10:00 am-1:00 pmFind out more »
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