Jungian Analysis & Psychotherapy  



The Fundamentals of Jungian Psychology

These 10 seminars explore Jung’s basic ideas and how they can help us, either in our own lives, or in our efforts to help and understand others.  


They are suitable both for beginners, and for those who have more knowledge and experience and who wish to deepen their understanding of the fundamental principles.  For illustrative material they draw on dreams, fairy tales and some of the well-known classics from English Literature.



                            S1     Dreams & the Symbolic Life

                            S2     Introducing Complexes

                            S3     Can Complexes Change?

                            S4     Demystifying Archetypes

                            S5     Shadow and Persona

                            S6     Projection & Anima

                            S7     Positive Animus

                            S8     Negative Animus

                            S9     Jung’s Concept of the Self

                            S10   Individuation & Review




The seminars may be hosted either:-

  • as individual, separate seminars
  • as an integrated course (10 x 2 hour weekly sessions)
  • as 2 intensive weekend workshops





Here are two brief extracts from students who enjoyed the course:- 

  • ‘Excellent! Your knowledge and presentation skill combine to create a rich learning experience.  Thank you for helping me to understand and appreciate Jung so much more.’ 
  • ‘The seminars have been a delight – Tuesday evenings have been a real treat – What could possibly follow?’   


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'Life has always seemed to me like a plant that lives on its rhizome.  Its true life is invisible, hidden in the rhizome.  The part that appears above ground lasts only a single summer.  Then it withers away - an ephemeral apparition... Yet I have never lost a sense of something that lives & endures under the eternal flux.  What we see is the blossom which passes.  The rhizome remains.'  (CG Jung)

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