When is the last time someone told you that listening to a dream can help a patient in the midst of a suicidal crisis or a schizophrenic decompensation?
C. G. Jung developed his key concepts in the course of his training and early work, first in institutional and then private-practice psychiatry, yet psychiatrists today often don’t realize how much they can still learn from Jung’s version of medical psychology. This “taster” program will feature psychiatrists who had Jungian supervision and analysis as early as their residency years. They will explain how that impacted the evolution of their professional practices. Excerpts from a filmed set of interviews with Jung himself will illuminate how he thought about psychiatric patients and how depth psychological understanding can help them.
JAMESJONGHUN BAE, MD, is an ana]yst member of the C.G.Jung Institute of San Francisco. He is in private practice in San Mateo, Calif., is a clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine, and is a staff psychiatrist at the Counseling and Psychological Services at Vaden Health Center of Stanford University.
JOHN BEEBE, MD, (Moderator) is a past president of the C.G.Jung Institute of San Francisco, founding editor of its journal, and a faculty member in its Analytic Training Program. John is a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. Co-author of Psychiatric Treatment: Crisis Clinic and Consultation, he has taught in 15 countries around the world.
JEAN SHINODA BOLEN, MD, is an ana]yst member of the C.G.Jung Institute of San Francisco, and an internationally known speaker and author of 13 influential books in over 100 foreign editions. She has a private practice in Mill Valley, Calif.
MAGA JACKSON-TRICHE, MD, MSHS, is an Assistant Vice Chancellor and UCSF Health Executive Advisor for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging. She is a Member-at-Large for the C.G.Jung Institute of San Francisco’s Board of Governors. Previously, she was Chief, Mental Health at the VA Medical Center- Northern California Health Care System.
SETH ROBBINS MD, MPH, a half-time Medical Staff Physician at the University of California, San Francisco, is a Jungian ana]yst in private practice. He is board-certified in psychiatry. Dr. Robbins divides his time between his private practice and his role as an Associate Clinical Professor in the Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical School at UCSF.