In this hour-and-a-half 5 session monthly 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. Areas of study will include a Jungian view of the unconscious, dreams, the frame, symbolic attitude and transference/countertransference. Designed to be an interactive readings based seminar/study group (rather than didactic presentation), it is facilitated by Jungian analysts and open to prelicensed clinicians-in-training interested in exploring their clinical experience through a contemporary Jungian lens.