Our goal is the widespread dissemination and democratisation of Jungian psychology.

We focus on teaching Jungian Psychology as a practical and accessible tool for

personal individuation, increased consciousness, and the restoration of meaning.

Our goal is the widespread dissemination and democratisation of Jungian psychology. We focus on teaching Jungian Psychology as a practical and accessible tool for personal individuation, increased consciousness, and the restoration of meaning.

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01 THE CONSCIOUS LIVING PROGRAMME

Immediate Access

A Self-study, twelve module course teaching the tools from Jungian Psychology for ongoing self-exploration, self-analysis and permanent transformation.

The Conscious Living programme is accredited for 48 CPD’s.

Now Open for Registration

01 THE CONSCIOUS LIVING PROGRAMME

Immediate Access

A Self-study, twelve module course teaching the tools from Jungian Psychology for ongoing self-exploration, self-analysis and permanent transformation.

The Conscious Living programme is accredited for 48 CPD’s.

Course Lineup 2023

Course Lineup 2023

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01  COMPLEX VIDEO SERIES

Four videos exploring Jung’s Complex Theory.

02  DREAM INTERPRETATION

A practical guide to the Jungian Dream Interpretation Technique.

03  JUNGIAN ARCHETYPES GUIDE

A guide to Jung’s key archetypes and the role it plays in the psyche.

Free Downloads

01  COMPLEX VIDEO SERIES

Four videos exploring Jung’s Complex Theory.

02  DREAM INTERPRETATION

A practical guide to the Jungian Dream Interpretation Technique.

03  JUNGIAN ARCHETYPES GUIDE

A guide to Jung’s key archetypes and the role it plays in the psyche.

THE SPECTRE OF THE OTHER IN JUNGIAN PSYCHOANALYSIS

POLITICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL, AND SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES

Edited By Marybeth Carter, Stephen Anthony Farah

This volume explores Jung’s theories in relation to the concept of Other and in conjunction with the lived experience of it, while examining current events and cultural phenomena through the lens of Jungian and post-Jungian psychology, sociology, literature, film and philosophy.

The contributors examine global expressions of these various viewpoints, disciplines and life experiences and how cultural, political and sociological complexes evoke challenges as well as invitations to the idea of the Other from intersecting and convergent perspectives.

The Spectre of the Other in Jungian Psychoanalysis is timely and important reading for Jungian and post-Jungian analysts, therapists, academics, students, and creatives.