Professional Seminar in Boulder, September, 2013-May, 2014
Meeting on nine Saturdays per year, the Boulder Jungian Seminar provides mental health clinicians and professionals in related fields with in-depth study of Jungian thought, framed within a contemporary perspective. The primary approaches to Jungian practice—classical, developmental and archetypal—are integrated within the curriculum, along with a rich mixture of dream interpretation, psychoanalytic theory, mythology, fairy tales, literature and the arts.
This program is recommended for individuals who
- Want to study Jungian psychology in a warm, collegial atmosphere that encourages deep personal and experiential learning.
- Would benefit from a stimulating learning environment with a faculty of Jungian Analysts and participants from varied professional, cultural and educational backgrounds.
- Colorado therapists who wish to earn CEU’s by participating in a continuing education program that will enrich and improve their clinical effectiveness while also providing abundant opportunities for personal growth.
Provided by the Boulder Association of Jungian Analysts
For a complete program description, please visit our website and blog: http://jungiantrainingboulder.org/
We are accepting applications for September, 2013.
To inquire, please contact Puddi Kullberg, LPC at firstname.lastname@example.org