This year-long course (October 12, 2022−May 24, 2023) is designed for those interested in undertaking an intensive study of the history and development of Analytical Psychology. Course readings will include seminal papers from Jung’s Collected Works, sections of his autobiographical Memories, Dreams Reflections, and supplemental readings including excerpts from several biographies written since his death in 1961. The overarching goal of this course is to provide a comprehensive and illuminating framework for understanding Jung’s life and work.
The course is offered as a year-long program. Class meetings will occur twice monthly in 3-hour segments, with breaks occurring in the summer months and during winter holidays. Participants must show serious interest and be willing to commit to the full year course of study, including extensive required readings in preparation for class discussions.
Successful fulfillment of the coursework will be met with a Certificate of Completion awarded by The Library. Attendance and participation are paramount in achieving the goals set forth by the course. More than 3 absences over the course of the year will inhibit attainment of the Certificate, however, students will remain welcome and encouraged to continue the program to its completion. Enrollment is limited to 20 participants.
Angelo Spoto is a licensed mental health counselor with a master’s degree in Analytical Psychology. He is the co-founder of the C.G. Jung Library of Tampa Bay and author of Jung’s Typology in Perspective (Chiron Publications).
Pre-registration is required for this course. Payment options are available. Members receive a 10% discount.
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