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3 Friday Night Classes

Basic Jung:
Some Essentials of Analytical Psychology

Presented by
Elizabeth Strahan,  Laura Grau  and  Barbara Horton

3 Fridays
,  at  8:00 pm
March 18th,  March 25th  and  April 1st

Friday,  March 18th,  2005,  8:00 PM

The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche
Led by
Elizabeth Strahan

This overview of the psyche in terms of structure and function, will include definitions of terms, descriptions of psychological processes, individuation, and the growth of consciousness.

Friday,  March 25th,  2005,  8:00 PM

Led by
Laura Grau

Complexes are both the bane of our existence and a portal for growth.  Through these semi-autonomous phenomena we learn about ourselves by recognizing them, grappling with them and exploring their source and their purpose.

Friday,  April 1st,  2005,  8:00 PM

The Transcendent Function
Led by
Barbara Horton

As defined by Jung, the transcendent function plays the role of an autonomous regulator of the psyche.  It emerges and gradually begins to function as the process of individuation unfolds.  What is the transcendent function?  How does it work?

These Orange County Jungian analysts trained at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles and continue to contribute in various ways to the work and spirit of that community.  All are members of the International Association for Analytical Psychology.

Recommended reading:
C.G. Jung, The Structure & Dynamics of the Psyche, Vol. 8, "The Transcendent Function", pp, 67-91
C.G. Jung, Aion, Vol. 10, Chapters 1,2,3 & 4

CEUs are available for these events
CEUs for MFTs and LCSWs; payable at the door.


 Chapman University, Smith Hall, Club Library (see MAP
(The Club Library is in the Psychology Lounge)
Time:  Friday, March 18, 8:00 pm
Friday, March 25, 8:00 pm
Friday, April 1, 8:00 pm
 members  non-members
Fee for Series:$33$50

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