Jungian Psychology

A general introduction to the psychology of C.G. Jung, this course covers Jung's major contributions to dynamic psychology, including topics such as ego consciousness, complexes, libido theory, archetypes and the collective unconscious, persona and shadow, anima and animus, the self, individuation, synchronicity, active imagination, and dream analysis. Students are required to explore their own inner world and confront unconscious processes by maintaining a journal, sharing dreams, and working toward developing a "life myth." Each class combines lecture, discussion, and process, in order to bring meaning and reality to Jung's concepts. Prerequisite: PSYB101.
Course Number: PSYB330
Units: 3.0