Intro to Applied Jungian Psychology with James Newell, PhD

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In this enlightening webinar, James Newell, Ph.D. introduces some of the core methods and techniques of Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung—and how we can apply them in our daily lives.Jung is one of the most influential figures in 20th-century Depth Psychology and his body of work has influenced countless individuals over the course of the last century or more.This 90-minute class is an introduction to the upcoming 8-week college level course starting February 4, 2017.MORE DETAILS OR REGISTER for the 8-WEEK College Level COURSE (Starts February 4, 2017): webinar covers some of the essentials of the Jungian method including:1: The Container: Sacred Space, Symbols, Patterns, and Amplification2: Dreamwork3: Active Imagination4: Working with Mythology5: Working with Fairytales6: Alchemical Processes & Individuation7: Understanding and Working With Culture8: Ancestry, Spiritual Practice, Ritual EldershipThis introductory class is followed by 8 weekly modules that introduce you to the essentials of the Jungian method.In the 8-week course, each weekly meeting will include a presentation and explanation of the methods being covered, a discussion and question/answer session, as well as a wealth of resources for further study available through our online learning platform.ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORJames R. Newell, PhD, (Vanderbilt University) is a board member for Depth Psychology Alliance. James is an educator, counselor, personal coach, and professional musician. James teaches online courses on world religions for Central Michigan University, Thomas Edison State University, and other schools. James earned his master’s in Pastoral Counseling and Theology from Vanderbilt Divinity School, with a focus on Jungian psychology. He earned his doctorate in History of Religions from Vanderbilt University Graduate School of Religion.MORE DETAILS OR REGISTER for the 8-WEEK College Level COURSE (Starts February 4, 2017): DETAILS on the course modules:

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