The focus in Jungian Studies is both practical and interdisciplinary, allowing you to apply Jung's basic insights, concepts and subsequent research to other aspects of human experience, from family dynamics, to organizational systems to law. You will study Jung's original work, as well as almost a century of additional research covering a wide range of applied fields such as developmental psychology, literature, education, ecology, technology and the social sciences.
Before you can depart from Jung's speculations, you must first understand the radicalism and breadth of his contributions to our understanding of the human condition across cultures and beyond.
Unlike the other specializations in the School of Psychology & Interdisciplinary Studies, Jungian Studies requires participation at seven weekend conferences per year (two terms) in Houston, plus an initial Residential Orientation in San Francisco.
Each year, the majority of the seminars will focus on primary sources; a few seminars will explore the work of other Jungian writers andl focus on symbolic materials in order to apply some of the ideas and methods learned in the other seminars. Specific topics and instructors may vary each year. Each seminar will take note of critiques of Jung's work as well as more recent developments in Jungian theory and praxis
Residential seminars for the Jungian Studies program are held at the Jung Center in Houston, Texas.
Jungian Studies Residential Curriculum  .pdf | 100kb
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