A JUNGIAN LENS ON TRAUMA, RECOVERY,
10AM – 5PM
6 Possible Continuing Education Credits Approved for MD, PhD, PsyD, MFT, LCSW,
LPCC, LEP & RN
Presenting current scientific trauma theory related to addiction and
recovery, including attachment theory as it relates to developing reciprocal
relationships in the context of a Jungian perspective.
process of recovery is to re-establish the conscious ego, the self, and
recover the abandoned Self. Current trauma models reference the
mind-body relationship in the face of repeated trauma patterns and
the impact on addiction recovery of repeated previous psychological
trauma on the body and brain. Attachment theory recognizes
and identifies the impairment for all individuals who suffer from
insecure attachment styles which plague developing reciprocal
relationships, a key component of the recovery process. A Jungian
perspective includes these aspects of recovery and adds the trauma
of the soul or Self to the recovery process. This course will provide
mental health professionals guidelines to assist their patients in
experiencing a personal and meaningful recovery process.
C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, associate editor for Jung Journal:
Culture & Psyche, and currently Chair of the Extended Education
Committee. Bray has a clinical practice in San Francisco and Mill Valley,
CA. Her interests include Hawaiian culture, mythology and shamanism.
San Francisco and practices in Sonoma County, CA. For the Institute, he
has stewarded Extended Education Committee and has developed multiple
year-long courses on analytical psychology. Some of his publications and
presentations include AIDS and genocidal anxiety, archetypes, personal
complexes, later life individuation, and active imagination.