February 22 – February 27, 2016
This Winter Intensive Study Program will lay emphasis on fundamentals, dreams, fairy tales, religion and alchemy.
It is intended that lectures, seminars and discussions can be followed by those with a limited background in Jungian Psychology, but will at the same time be of value to those with professional psychological training and interests. The courses are taught by analysts of the Institute and internationally renowned guest lecturers.
In 1948, the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich, Küsnacht was founded with the cooperation of the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung. His Analytical Psychology and Psychotherapy belongs to the psychodynamic therapies, which attach great importance to the unconscious. To the idea of the personal unconscious, Jung added the concept of the so-called collective unconscious. In this he recognized the primeval imprinting and basic patterns of human life, which he called archetypes and which are depicted, for example, in myths and fairy tales.
These basic patterns give rise to the development of complexes which mirror our individual relationship experiences as well as personal experiences and anchor them in our memories. Jung’s theory of complexes helps to understand personality developments, relationship conflicts and psychological maldevelopments and, on this basis, to treat them psychotherapeutically.
Jungian Psychotherapy promotes the development of one’s own resources and regards a psychic problem also as a challenge to an essential personal development: individuation. In practical psychotherapeutical work, the interpretation of dreams, typology, pictures, sandplay and active imagination are, among other things, very important for an understanding of the conscious and unconscious psychic processes. Purpose and aim of working with the unconscious is to get in touch with the soul and with one’s individual creative possibilities. On this basis, Jungian Psychology and Psychotherapy touches questions of meaning and of spirituality. The transcultural orientation makes it easier in the interdiscipli
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The Institute is easily reached on foot in about 5 minutes from Küsnacht station.
C.G. Jung Institute Zurich, Küsnacht
Phone: +41 44 914 10 40
Fax: +41 44 914 10 50
Regular phone hours: Mon – Fri 02:00 – 05:00 pm
Phone hours during English Block Periods:
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