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This is the 10th year anniversary of this lecture series launched in 2013. This completely revised and updated series, running over the 2023 -2024 calendar years, will introduce the student to the theory and applications of Applied Jungian Psychology.
Applied Jungian Psychology is an interpretation of classical and post-Jungian psychology, depth-psychology, and the practice of applying these bodies of thinking as a form of psychoeducation outside of clinical practice or academia. This is done with a focus on the promotion of consciousness, meaning and individuation in the student.
The Applied Jung Foundation Modules are taught by our Head of Learning Stephen Anthony Farah MA.
There are twenty modules in the complete series, presented over two years, each one focusing on a specific key concept from Applied Jungian psychology. Students can attend any module in the series or sign-up to do the complete series for the Certificate Course.
The workshops are designed with both the complete beginner and the more advanced student in mind, to be thought provoking and offer some insight into their application in the life and psyche of the student.
The workshops are two and a half hours long and include a formal presentation on the topic, Q&A, and interactive exercises (applications) to work with and assimilate the concept.
Date and time: the modules are presented once a month, on the third Saturday of the month. The sessions start at UTC 14h00 (2 pm London/9 am New York).
Module Duration: each module is two and half hours long.
Location: Online via Zoom. (You will be sent the Zoom link upon registration.)
All presentations are recorded for later viewing and for those unable to attend live.