Applying Jungian 'Active imagination' in professional settings
Starts: 7 March 2009
Saturday 7th March 2009
10.00am – 3.00pm
Glamorgan Building, Cardiff University, King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff
Many of us realise at some stage in our lives that we have more to offer than we allow ourselves. Carl Gustav Jung developed the method of Active Imagination for getting in touch with our inner life. According to Jungian psychology, working with inner images through techniques, such as visualisation and the arts, sidestep cognitive blocks and enable personal growth and self understanding.
This day course introduces theory and practice with particular attention to applications in professional settings such as health care, business and education.
Raya Jones, Ph.D., a lecturer at School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, who has published extensively about Jungian psychology.
Sue Congram, C.Psychol., organisational consultant with extensive experience of working in arts based learning
Esyllt George, registered dramatherapist who uses the arts and creativity therapeutically in relation to Jungian concepts of individuation and active imagination
Numbers are limited. It is essential to book in advance.
Open To: Public
Staff and Students