Barbara Friedman, PhD & Daniel Ross, RN, PMHNP. 2 hours 43 minutes. Video & Audio Download.
Topics: Active Imagination, CG Jung, Religion & Spirituality, Self and Self-Psychology.
Anima & Animus: Exploring the Internal and External Other
This seminar explores Jung’s brave and open process of discovering the value of the “other” within the psyche as he describes it in the red book. For Jung the “other” was the soul. He fought for a relationship with his soul because he knew that was what was essential to balance the dangerously one-sided rational bias of his own personality and the culture in which he lived. In his lexicon he called the emissary of the soul the anima. This groundbreaking work helped him develop a theory that valued wholeness. The presenters relate Jung’s explorations in the Red book to his later theory of the anima and animus, the feminine principle operating within men and the masculine principal operating within women. They follow the relevance of his theory to our post modern and less essentialist times.
This video download also includes an audio MP3.
Barbara Friedman, PhD is a Jungian analyst and licensed clinical psychologist. She is also certified in addictions counseling and yoga instruction. She completed five years of training at the Gestalt Institute of Greater Cleveland in individual, group and intimate systems work. Barbara is the author of Partners in Healing: Redistributing the Power in the Counselor Client Relationship. Her community service includes The Cuyahoga County Drug Abuse services Board and The C. G. Jung Educational Center of Cleveland, where she was a founding member. After years of service in addictions and mental health agencies, Barbara moved into private practice. She sees individual, couples and small groups in Chicago, Illinois. She defines her mission as advocating change in the power dynamic, between people and within the psyche, so that each of us can live out our truest and fullest nature.
Dan Ross, RN, PMHNP has been a nurse for 34 years and in hospice for 27 years. As a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner he brings both a medical and psychiatric experience to the field of end-of-life care. He is a Certified Jungian Psychotherapist and is in training to become a Jungian Analyst at the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago. He is Director of Clinical Services at Heartland Hospice and oversees the quality of hospice programs in five states. He trains clinicians in the field of hospice and palliative care and is in private practice as a psychotherapist in Chicago focusing on end-of-life care.
© 2011 Barbara Friedman and Daniel Ross℗ 2011 CG Jung Institute of Chicago