For Pre-Licensed Clinicians
A two-part reading and clinical discussion group on the theory and practice of Jungian work.
2 Saturdays 10am-noon – October 21 & November 18, 2023
Facilitated by Gale Lipsyte, Ph.D. & Jeffrey Swanger, Ph.D.
In this two-session seminar, we will study selected papers by C.G. Jung and others that elucidate key concepts in Jung’s perspective on the psyche. We will also explore participants’ case material, across clinical settings and populations, through a Jungian lens. Each session will include close reading, interactive discussion and case presentation. Areas of study will include historical context, the unconscious, the symbolic attitude, complexes, the multileveled psyche, dreams, individuation, and the Self. This seminar is facilitated by Jungian analysts and open to pre-licensed/clinicians-in-training interested in exploring their clinical experience through a contemporary Jungian lens.
Fee: $75.00 (both sessions)
To register contact Dr. Swanger email@example.com or Dr. Lipsyte firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome psychiatry residents/psychology trainees/interns/psychological associates/MFT trainees & associates/social work students & associates/LPCC trainees & associates.
GALE LIPSYTE, Ph.D., is a Jungian analyst and Clinical Psychologist in private practice in Berkeley and San Francisco working with adults and offering clinical consultation. She is Director of the James G. Whitney Center for Psychotherapy at the Jung Institute of San Francisco and is clinical faculty at UCSF Dept. of Psychiatry.
JEFFREY SWANGER, Ph.D., is a Jungian analyst and Clinical Psychologist in private practice in San Francisco. He works with adults and couples and provides clinical consultation. He teaches interns and candidates at the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco and is a former director of the James G. Whitney Center for Psychotherapy.
THE C. G. JUNG INSTITUTE was founded in 1945 and was the first Jungian analytic training program in the world. The Institute trains psychotherapists to become Jungian analysts and maintains a collegial society to provide continuing education and ethical review for member analysts. The Jung Institute also operates the Whitney Center for Psychotherapy which provides sliding scale therapy to Bay Area residents and is a two-year part-time CAPIC-approved pre-doctoral training program for clinicians pursuing psychology degrees, as well as for MFT and ASW registered associates, and offers a one-year 12 hr/wk elective rotation for PGY-4 psychiatry residents.