Jungian Psychology: Transpersonal Foundations and Central Concepts

C.G. Jung, arguably the first transpersonal psychologist, presented a complex model of the psyche, including the ego and its relationship to the unconscious and what he called the Self, which is the transpersonal component of the psyche. This course, blending Jungian transpersonal theory with applied clinical methods, examines these core precepts and other central tenets of Jung's analytic psychology. Art therapy students can choose between either this class or CNST670. Prerequisites for art therapy students: CNSA604 and CNSA634. Prerequisite for counseling track students: CNST670.
Course Number: CNST673
Units: 3.0