|Location||Toronto (St George Campus)|
This course explores psycho-spiritual work with dreams from a Jungian (analytical) psychological perspective. Because Jungian psychology is adaptable with any number of religious traditions, an intrqduction to the role of dreams within Buddhism, Christianity and Islam will be a part of the course. Working with dreams will help students to learn to work with a methodology that has been developed by Jungian psychologists. To supplement work with dreams, an understanding of key Jungian concepts to be presented include the SELF as a God-image, archetypal energy, the personal and collective unconscious, the journey of individuation as a spiritual process. The goal of this course is to help students to be better prepared to work with the dreams of clients/congregants for whom they care at a depth level and particularly during times of heightened stress or end of life.
|Hours Per Week||3|
Large group and small group discussion as well as dyadic experiences will be usedto process Jungian concepts. Large groups will occur on days one and two; small group will occur on days three and four; dyadic on five and six. Please note Video will also be used.
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|Previously Offered||Summer 2020|
|Currently Offered||Winter 2023|