Jungian Process & Experiential Group (JPEG)
This is a monthly on-going learning experience programme
“The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct acting from inner necessity. The creative mind plays with the objects it loves.” Carl Jung
This exciting programme aims to meet the following interests of participants:
- On-going personal development and exploration with like-minded people through exploring Analytical Psychology
- Exploring the possibility of applying for the NEW twice weekly psychodynamic psychotherapy training or the Adult Analytic training
- General exploration of concepts in Analytical Psychology through reading, discussion, debate, process and experience
JPEG Programme 2019-20
Title: The Self as a symbol of wholeness and balance
Jung’s conception of the Self was fundamental to his psychological theory. For Jung the Self was transcendent in that it lies outside the psychic realm. It is not oneself, not subjective. It is the ground from which the subjective is in touch with archetypal energies represented through symbols. These spontaneous emergent symbols are represented by images or mandalas with their structures of squares and circles which as a practice can centre the individual like the Tao. These symbols most typically emerge in dreams and arrive to bring order and balance when the individual psyche is challenged and is in disorder. The Self brings the individual back to the centre and creates an orientation which was Jung’s own experience after his break up with Freud and is represented by the Red Book. In Jung’s theory the shadow stands at the immediate level followed by the anima/animas struggles of the psyche where the shadow is being made sense of and overarching these stands the Self to which the psyche is orientated. The Self therefore always moves the individual psyche forward to a new synthesis in order to discover meaning.
In this JPEG programme we will explore the Jungian and post Jungian ideas around the
You can find the JPEG course content for 2019-20 here.
JPEG Brochure 2019-20 will be uploaded here soon with details of each month’s themes.
Format: JPEG meetings are held on a Saturday afternoon once a month in London.
2pm – 3pm: Social Dreaming or Film
3pm – 3.30pm: Tea Break
3:30pm – 4pm: Dream reflection
4pm – 5:00pm: Reading and small Group Discussion/exercise
Entry requirement: The course is open to:
- Past participants of the Foundations Course & Therapeutic Skills Course
- Participants of previous JPEG groups
- Current SAP trainees and course participants
- Other individuals who have done an equivalent introductory course.
Application deadline for 2020-21: 4 September 2020
For further information or clarifications, please contact the Public Events Administrator on 020 7435 7696 or fill in the contact form
We reserve the right to cancel or alter any part of the programme due to unforeseen circumstances.