Facilitator: Marlene Frantz, M.F.T. This experiential seminar will use traditional group process methods to provide a container for the heat that arises during the alchemical and initiatory process of embarking on the path of training. Our focus will be on the individual experience of each group member and how these experiences are affected by and affect the group. Along the way we will touch on some fundamental topics in analytical psychology such as projective identification, the Self, the shadow, the collective, and complexes, with an eye towards…Find out more »
Presenters: Rose-Emily Rothenberg, M.F.T., Michal Aizenman, L.P.C.C., Mark Troedson, Ph.D. October 4, 11, 18, 2018 with Rose-Emily Rothenberg. Held in the home office of Rose-Emily Rothenberg from 3:00 p.m - 5:00 p.m. April 11, 25, May 2, 2019, with Michal Aizenman. Held in the Kirsch Lecture Room from 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. May 9, 16, 23, 2019 with Mark Troedson. Held in the Kirsch Lecture Room from 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Jung understood the process of active imagination…Find out more »
In this seminar we will focus on Jung’s Volume 6 Psychological Types. In addition to providing a theory of personality types, Jung’s Volume 6 describes the foundational basis for his theory (including philosophical, cultural, literary and religious influences) and its relationship to other conscious and unconscious processes, as well as developmental and mediating influences on typological preferences.Find out more »
This seminar will focus on Jung’s seminal work, Answer to Job, found in Volume 11 of the Collected Works. In this work, Jung addressed the psychology of human suffering through the lens of the Biblical Book of Job. Through reading and discussion we will examine the symbolic role that theological concepts play in an individual’s psychic life and how the use of religious or mythological narrative is helpful in the treatment of, among other things, anxiety, depression, trauma and grief. We will also explore the concepts of good and evil and how those concepts come to be experienced psychologically by individuals in response to critical life events.Find out more »
Presenter: Gloria Avrech, Ph.D., LCSW This training year we will continue to have the opportunity to learn from the insights and wisdom of Marie Louise von Franz. We will be reading the twelve essays in her book: Psyche and Matter, (1992). Boston: Shambhala. Sharing clinical illustrations from our practice and personal lives, especially related to children, adolescents and the young parts within, will be encouraged to facilitate integration of theory with practice. Please contact HKCC Director, Gloria Avrech, 626-792-9483. or…Find out more »
Initial dreams appearing in the earlier phase of the analytic or psychotherapeutic process frequently possess diagnostic and prognostic value by pointing to the patient's core conflicts and guiding the course of the treatment.Find out more »
This seminar focuses on the first three lectures in Jung’s Vol.11, Psychology and Religion: West. Consideration will be given to understanding Jung’s ideas about the autonomy of the Psyche, his ideas regarding the nature of natural symbols, as well as their history and psychology. Candidates will learn the clinical relevance of this material as it relates to their understanding of their patients’ search for meaning and its relationship to depression. Furthermore they will be able to observe and describe the appearance of unconscious material in the clinical setting and learn how recognizing this material is integral to treatment.Find out more »
My control work explored the painful, and often, terrifying territory of the Death Mother archetype. The Death Mother is an aspect of the feminine that reflects the darkest, most destructive form of the negative mother.Find out more »
This opportunity to participate in an experiential group process is offered at the beginning and end of the training year. Each group consists of participants of the same training group who will create a sand picture together using sandplay miniatures. Following this non-verbal group experience, each group will share reactions to the sand creation that has been made together.Find out more »
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