Fundamentals of Jungian Psychology Fall 2018

Fundamentals of Jungian Psychology Fall 2018

A class offered by the C. G. Jung Institute of Colorado

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Jungian psychology connects us to the rich and mysterious inner world that our culture so often discounts. This class will look at that inner world and at the man who gave us a new way to approach its contents. Analysts of the Jung Institute of Colorado will lead discussions on some of the fundamental principles in Jungian psychology. This is an excellent opportunity to work with the members of the Jung Institute of Colorado, and the class is designed to be enjoyed by beginners as well as individuals who are “experienced” in Jungian studies.  The classes will be on Wednesdays.

Dates                                              Topics                                                                    Instructors

September 19                              Jung’s Map of the Psyche                                John  Todd

September 26                              Birth of the Ego                                                 Chris Chao

October 3                                      Persona and Shadow                                  Claudia Schmitt

October 10                                    Anima and Animus                                          Chris Chao

October 17                                     Ego-Self Axis                                                     Mark Palmer

October 24                                  Dream Interpretation                                        Lara Newton

 

TIME:     6:30 to 8:30 PM

PLACE:  Conference Room B – lower level at 1776 S. Jackson, Denver

FEE:       $130 if paid in full by September 18; $140 at the door

Individual classes are $25 apiece, which can be paid at the door.         

[Facilitators are subject to change without prior notice.]

Please register for this class by calling the C.G. Jung Institute at 303-831-9209

The C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado is a non-profit organization recognized by the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP), the official accrediting body for Jungian analysts founded by Jung and headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland.

C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado FALL 2018 STUDY GROUP IN JUNGIAN PSYCHOLOGY

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An ongoing monthly seminar providing in-depth study of the substance of C.G. Jung’s work—the how and why of his ideas, as well as practical applications. Each semester, participants will meet for four or five sessions under the tutelage of diplomate Jungian analysts. A variety of subjects will be taught, including structure and dynamics of the psyche, complexes and psychopathology, dream interpretation, and archetypes of the collective unconscious. The seminar is open to training candidates of the C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado and to the general public. It is a prerequisite for application to the Analyst Training Program. Participants must have some background in Jungian psychology and be in analysis at least two hours a month with a diplomate Jungian analyst with membership in the International Association for Analytical Psychology. * **

WHEN:          9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. with an hour lunch break.
Saturdays – Sept. 8, Oct. 6, Nov. 3, Dec. 1
(A “section 2” on the corresponding Sundays will open if Saturday classes are filled.)
WHERE:        1776 South Jackson, Denver, CO 80210; Conference room B
(unless notified of different location)
COST:           $530 if full payment is postmarked by July 31st .
After July 31st, $580. Tuition includes $100 non-refundable registration fee and must be paid in full by August 31st. You may pay the $100 fee in advance to hold your place. Tuition, less registration fee, refunded up to 10 days prior to first class. Return check charge: $20.

Send checks payable to the C.G. Jung Institute of COto:
Jung Institute, 1776 S. Jackson # 203, Denver, CO 80210.

Limited class size. Early registration recommended.

For further information, call the C.G. Jung Institute303- 831-9209.

*The International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) is the internationally recognized body for credentialing Jungian analysts. The Analyst Training Program of the C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado is fully accredited by the IAAP. 

**Concurrent analysis may be waived if you have completed 100 hours with an IAAP analyst.

Fall 2018 Study Group Instructors and Topics

This season, we will take an in-depth look at the imagination and its function in the psyche, through some of Jung’s most challenging works on fairy tales, religion and the Self. Our discussions will incorporate seminal writings by Jung and other prominent Jungians.  

September 8, Christine Chao- “Fairy tale Interpretation”

October 6, Puddi Kullberg – “Answer to Job”

November 3, Cindy Smock – “Psychology and Religion: East”

December 1 , Grazia Di Giorgio – “Psychology and Religion: West”

The C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado Summer Program

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F51rjAWm3DSL._SX329_BO1,204,203,200_ilm and Psyche: a lecture and workshop with John Todd and Nancy Ortenberg

WHEN:          6:30 – 8:30 p.m., Friday, July 20

10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. [1 hour lunch break], Saturday, July 21, 2018

WHERE:        1776 South Jackson, Denver, CO 80210; Conference room B

COST:           $80 if receivedby Wednesday, July 18, or $90 at the door.

                        [$30 for Friday evening only; $60 for Saturday only.]

Send checks payable to the C.G. Jung Instituteto:

Jung Institute, 1776 S. Jackson # 203, Denver, CO 80210.

Limited space. Early registration recommended.

The Friday evening lecture by Jungian Analyst John Todd will be an introduction to and exploration of archetype in film. A brief history of archetypal themes in film will be followed by a discussion of different perspectives on the interpretation of film. This lecture will be especially helpful in preparing the attendee for the viewing of the film on the following day.

The Shape of Water– A Dreamscape Fairytale for Adults

This gorgeous romantic fantasy is filled with archetypal themes and characters who are outsiders, the other, who are different and lonely.  The director, Guillermo del Toro explores these themes through intensely fantastical and imaginative images.  We will view the film in the morning, which will be followed by an afternoon discussion.  Two CGJIC Jungian Analysts, John Todd and Nancy Ortenberg, will explore the  film’s archetypal and social themes as seen in the many faces of beauty, humanity, ugliness and evil.

For further information, call the C.G. Jung Institute303- 831-9209.

C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado Cinderella: do you really know the story?

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DATE:  WEDNESDAY, April 11, 2018cinderella
TIME: 6:30 – 8:30 PM
PLACE:   Conference Room B – lower level
at 1776 S. Jackson
FACILITATOR: Kathryn Kuisle
FEE: $25 in advance; $30 at the door

“Cinderella” is a fairy tale that has been told in various forms around the world for centuries. There are some 345 to 1,000 versions of the story, an indication that it conveys archetypal patterns and energy that escape time and place. It has depth that is often overlooked. In this class we will look at the archetypes in the tale as well as “shadow” aspects that loom large. The tale, rich in symbolism, addresses some basic complexes and gives hints at working with them for the Cinderella in each of us, male or female. If you are able, read some of the versions from various cultures that can be found online prior to the class. Do you really know the story?

Please reserve a space for this class by calling the C.G. Jung Institute
at 303-831-9209 or emailing Lara Newton at lmnewton@mac.com
You may mail a check to: C. G. Jung Institute of Colorado;
1776 S. Jackson #203; Denver, CO 80210

C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado The Red Shoes: a tale of being carried away

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redshoesDATE & TIME:  WEDNESDAY, April 18, 2018 from 6:30 – 8:30 PM
PLACE:  Conference Room B – lower level at 1776 S. Jackson
FACILITATOR: Kathryn Kuisle
FEE: $25 in advance; $30 at the door

In this class the fairy tale, The Red Shoes, by Hans Christian Andersen will be discussed, exploring the meaning and message that the tale has for us in 2018.  This tale of enticement, obsession, of being trapped is based on a very old awareness of how vulnerable the human being is to being caught psychologically and at times, physically, in something that carries one away.   How is it that people fall into traps, obsessions, even habits, that steal life, health, soul, relationships? Join in for this exploration.

Please reserve a space for this class by calling the C.G. Jung Institute at 303-831-9209 or emailing Lara Newton at lmnewton@mac.com

You may mail a check to: C. G. Jung Institute of Colorado;
1776 S. Jackson #203; Denver, CO 80210