Saturday, June 22, 2013; 10:00AM - 01:00PM
Presented by J. Marvin Spiegelman, Ph.D.
Jung gave us a seed for a social psychology of the psyche, in addition to the familiar picture of the inner world of the personal and collective unconscious. Using a diagram which Jung developed in the 30's (click here to see diagram) we will explore the social nature of the unconscious including areas such as gender, neighborhood, and nation. By comparing individuals as well as nations, we will examine the psychological aspects of social conflict and suggest some ways towards resolution.
Attendance at previous class not required.
- Describe Jung's model for a social psychology
- Give an example of a social conflict using Jung's paradigm and describe how to move towards resolution
J. Marvin Spiegelman, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute of Zurich (1959) and has been practicing, teaching and writing in Los Angeles since then. He has written and edited some twenty books on psychology, religion and transferencePre-registration (recommended) until 5:00pm of the lecture day for evening lectures; or Friday, 5:00pm for week-end workshops. At Door fee applies after.
To register by phone, please call the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles at 310-556-1193
Continuing Education Credits: This program qualifies for Continuing Education Credits (APA, LCSW, MFT/MFCC, RN). A Letter of Attendance can also be provided upon request. There is an additional $10 processing fee for each continuing education course taken for credits. Your license number will be requested when checking out.
Discount: Fees for full-time students and seniors (60 or over) will be $5 less than listed just below program description, unless otherwise specified. You must present a copy of your I.D. when at door to be eligible for the reduced tuition. Members of the ALCHEMIST CIRCLE also qualify for discounts (APC lectures excluded).
Refunds: One-half of your registration is refundable if your cancellation in writing is received two weeks prior to the event.