Presenter: John Desteian, Jungian Analyst
Saturday, January 13, 20, 27- 9 AM – Noon, Carondelet Center, St. Paul
On-line Registration: For all three classes- Members- $100, Non-Members- $120, Students $45
Registration at the Door- $50 per class
This introductory course will focus on dreams and their relation to complexes, complexes and their relation to archetypal motifs, and archetypal motifs and their relation to individuation. Class participants will acquaint themselves with Jung’s theories of complexes, archetypes, and individuation by drawing on your experiences and readings you may have done. In addition, class participants should come prepared to discuss dreams that you yourselves have had or dreams of people you work with, i.e., clients or patients. Dreams of friends and relatives should be avoided. Interpretations of dreams in the class will be tentative, hypothetical, and theoretical, and should not be considered to have validity beyond their hypothetical and theoretical value.
John A. Desteian, J.D., L.P., diplomate Jungian psychoanalyst, has been in private practice in Saint Paul since 1983. He is the author of Coming Together, Coming Apart (1989) and of numerous articles and book reviews, appearing in professional journals and anthologies, which concern interpersonal (object) relations, gender, creativity, and politics. Founder, chairman, and executive director of Jungian International Training-Zurich and the Canadian Foundation for Jungian International Training-Zurich, he is a former co-president of the Association of Graduate Analytical Psychologists (AGAP) and a former member of the Executive Committee of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP).