Date(s) - 16/05/2020
10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Cambridge - Friends Meeting House
Jung’s Red Book: where did it come from, and why does it matter?
Courtesy of L.Owens
The publication of Jung’s Red Book, Liber Novus, almost ten years ago, has challenged the Jungian professional world to revise the various ways in which we have received and developed Jung’s thought and psychotherapeutic approach. In this talk, Liber Novus will be put into the context of Jung’s life and work 1903 – 1928 as a way of assessing how contemporary students and practitioners of Jung’s legacy might reassess our understanding of Jung.
George Bright is a Supervising and Training Analyst of The Society of Analytical Psychology. He is also a founder of The Circle of Analytical of Analytical Psychology, a group which offers a six-term course in London to study Jung’s Red Book, Liber Novus. He works in private practice in Kensington.
Chair: Martha Stevns
This is a 2-hour CPD credit event
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