This class identifies and explores the primary concepts of Carl Jung and how those ideas are relevant to us today. Our exploration will include the structure of the psyche, collective unconscious, complexes, archetypes, anima and animus, individuation and neurosis, and typology. Other ideas may be explored based on participant interests and questions. We will seek to understand each of these concepts, which will help each participant decide whether Carl Jung should be regarded as a prophet or a heretic.
Pamela Beverage, Ed. D., LPC has completed more than 13 years of postdoctoral studies in Jungian psychology. She was an advanced analytic candidate in Switzerland at the Research and Training Centre for Depth Psychology and maintains a private practice in Harrisonburg. Pamela has facilitated group discussions for more than 40 years, including teaching for LLI over the past seven years.
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