Jung, Creativity, and the Arts: Introductory Class

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The live course begins on Saturday, October 22nd and will continue to be available at this link:


In this course we look at how classical Jungian psychology understands the relationship between creativity and psychotherapy, as well as the connection between art, symbol, and the collective unconscious. Through the development of his ground breaking technique of active imagination, Jung integrated many of the creative arts into his psychotherapeutic work. The Jungian perspective combines the pursuit of aesthetics and the appreciation of beauty with an understanding of the symbols of the collective unconscious in a way that demonstrates how art and creative work can transform individuals as well as culture.


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