Caring for the Soul: An Introduction to Jungian Psychotherapy for Patients and Therapists

with Murray Stein

Thursday, March 31, 2011

A Live Global Internet Seminar


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Jungian psychotherapy is a secular method of dealing with emotional and mental problems facing modern individuals, but it also includes a specifically spiritual perspective in the work and welcomes the emergence of numinous experience into the consulting room as part of the individuation process. The experience of the numinous is seen as an important feature of attending to the needs of the soul and is indeed a key instigator of healing and the generation of a meaningful sense of identity. Hence the use of the term ‘soul’ in this seminar.

In this 3 hour live seminar, Dr. Murray Stein will elucidate the fundamental features of Jungian psychotherapy. This will be not only introduction to those just entering the field as Jungian therapists and a review for others who already have experience as Jungian therapists, but also a presentation of core Jungian elements for people who are considering Jungian psychotherapy for themselves. We will look at the heart of Jungian psychotherapy and its basic perspectives on the needs of the soul, the question of illness and health, and the quest for meaning and identity in a rapidly changing multicultural world.

This seminar may be viewed live from any home computer or watched at your leisure over a 3 week window. Seminar slots are limited. Register today to reserve your place.

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Central questions will be looked at such as:

What is Jungian Psychotherapy and how is it similar to and different from other contemporary forms of therapy?
How do a Jungian therapist and client work together? What material do they look at?
What are the goals of Jungian psychotherapy.
Who was Jung and how did a separate branch of psychotherapy develop?

The seminar will explore core Jungian concepts including:

The nature of the unconscious
Our life journey towards the goal of individuation
The nature and usefulness of dreams
The ego-self axis
The nature of complexes

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Thursday, March 31, 2011

Special Reduced Price
per person (normally $47); $23 for students or clergy

Time Zones:
Eastern US: 11 am to 2 pm
Central US: 10 am to 1 pm
Mountain US: 9 am to noon
Pacific US: 8 am to 11 am
Alaska : 7 am to 10 am
Hawaii: 6 am to 9 am
Western European Time Zone (UK): 16:00-19:00
Central European Time Zone (Zurich): 17:00-20:00

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Outline of seminar:

1. Introduction: What is Jungian psychotherapy and where does it come from?

2. Stages of the Therapeutic Process: A Journey from shadow realization to self-acceptance and self-understanding to emergence of Self and mystery

3. Questions new patients might have about Jungian psychotherapy – a discussion


4. Some Jungian fundamentals – Complexes, Archetypes, Individuation, Identity

5. Methods in Jungian psychotherapy – Working with Dreams and in Active Imagination

Dr. Murray Stein
is a supervising training analyst and president of The International School of Analytical Psychology in Zurich, Switzerland (ISAP Zurich). He is the author of The Principle of Individuation and many other books and articles in the field of Jungian Psychoanalysis. From 2001 to 2004 he was president of the International Association for Analytical Psychology. He has lectured internationally and presently makes his home in Switzerland.

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Cambray, Joseph. 2010. “Emergence and the Self.” In Jungian Psychoanalysis, pp. 53- 66.

Jung, C.G. 1931/1966. “Problems of Modern Psychotherapy”. CW 16.

Marlan, Stanton. 2010. “Facing the Shadow”. In Jungian Psychoanalysis, pp. 5-13.

Stein, Murray. 1998. Jung’s Map of the Soul. Chicago: Open Court.

Stein, Murray. 2006. The Principle of Individuation. Wilmette, IL.: Chiron.