Approaching a Patient’s Complexes in Contemporary Culture

John Beebe MD  October 19  Seattle  WA  

The Jungian therapist has to recognize that a person in psychotherapy today lives in a world that has long since grappled with the issues that Freud and Jung raised; patients are, therefore, able to consider psychological
complexities early theorists did not address.This presentation willshow how one Jungian analyst has adapted
his way of working with complexes to make room for the patient’s own psychological sophistication. Held at St Mark’s Cathedral. Lunch included.

CE: yes, NASW  Jungian Psychotherapist's Association  General $125/$140 after 10/4, JPA member $85/$100, student $60/$80  (206) 784-9977  Web: www.jpaseattle.org  Email:   

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