CAREER AS A JOURNEY OF SOUL PROGRAM WINTER COURSES 2019

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COURSE 1: CAREER AS A JOURNEY OF SOUL
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE DEPTH PSYCHOLOGY OF VOCATION (OCT - DEC)

COURSE 2: ARCHETYPAL, MYTHIC AND CINEMATIC PERSPECTIVES
WHAT’S YOUR ARCHETYPAL STORY? (JUL - SEP)

COURSE 3: COMPLEXES AS PATHWAYS TO VOCATION
CALLINGS SEEDED IN CHILDHOOD, ANCESTRAL OR CULTURAL WOUNDS (JUL - SEP)

COURSE 4: THE RE-ENCHANTMENT OF WORK
WALKING ON THE EDGE BETWEEN WORLDS (OCT - DEC)

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Combined bibliography (ALPHABETICAL BY book title)

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The essential James Hillman: a blue fire, introduced and edited by Thomas Moore in collaboration with the author. (1989) [Subjects: Archetype (Psychology) . Mythology -- Psychological aspects. Psychoanalysis. Mythology -- Psychological aspects. Mythology - Psychology. Archetype (Psychology). Fantasy. Psychoanalytic Theory. Psychoanalysis. Movements - Behaviorism. Psychology & Psychiatry - General].

Contents: 1 The Poetic Basis of Mind; Soul; Archetypal Fantasy; Imaginal Method; Language; Consciousness; 2 Many Gods, Many Persons; Polytheism; Persons; 3 Imaginal Practice: Greeting the Angel; Ideas; Responding to Images; Sensing Images; Imagination, the Ground of Certainty; Angelic Interpretation; 4 Therapy: Fictions and Epiphanies; Care of the Soul; Case Stories; Dramatic Tensions; Psychological Faith; The Guiding Anima; World; 5 Anima Mundi; Nature Alive; City and Soul. 6 The Salt of Soul, the Sulfur of Spirit; Peaks and Vales; Soul and Spirit; Alchemical Solutions; Divertissement; Recipes; Fantasias; 7 Pathologizing: The Wound and the Eye; Symptoms; The Myth of Normalcy; Depression; Wounds; Cultural Disorder; 8 Psychoanalysis in the Street; Education; Work; Money; Transportation; Sex; War; Terrorism; Eros; 9 Mythology as Family; Family; Father: Saturn and Senex; Fathers and Daughters; Fathers and Sons; Mothers; Mothers and Sons; Puer; Child; 10 Dreams and the Blood Soul; Work With Dreams; Animals; Motifs; 11 Love's Torturous Enchantments; Love's Torture; Betrayal; Imaginal Love; 12 The Divine Face of Things; Psychic Beauty; Animal Beauty; The Shadow of Aesthetics; Thought of the Heart; Sources.

Carl Jung: Wounded Healer of the Soul, Dunne, C. (2000) [Foreword by Olivier Bernier; Introduction by Jean Houston. Subjects: Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961. Psychoanalysis. Psychoanalysts. Jungian psychology. Psychoanalysts - Austria - Biography. Jungian psychology - History. Psychoanalysts -- Switzerland - Biography. Psychoanalysis - History. Switzerland]

Contents: Part I - Wounded: Prelude. The Child. Adolescence. Studies. First Work. Emma. Jung and Freud. Descent. Toni. Breakthrough. Part II - Healer: Primal Cultures. Bollingen. Metaphors. Historical Counterparts. Reminiscence. The Individuation Process. Healer at Work. Helpers: Emma, Toni. Family Life. Reminiscences. Strife. Indian Summer. Part III - Of the Soul: Visions. Reminiscences. Post-War. Answer to Job. Jung and Christianity. Synchronicity. Letters. Four Decades On. Mysterium Coniunctionis. Late Company. Memories, Dreams, Reflections. Human Being. Jung and God. Last Work. Small Comfort. Self-Assessment. Return to Source.

Complex, archetype, symbol in the psychology of CG Jung, Jacobi, J. (1959) [Subjects: Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961. Psychoanalysis. Complexes (Psychology). Archetype (Psychology). Jungian Psychology.]

Contents: Introduction. I - Complex: The feeling-toned groups of representations in the unconscious. Autonomy of the complexes. On the phenomenology of the complex. The difference between the conceptions of Jung and of Freud. The two kinds of complexes. Complexes belong to the basic structure of the psyche. Neurosis and psychosis.

II - Archetype: Of the nature of the archetype. The historical development of the concept of the archetype in the work of Jung. Archetype, instinct, and brain structure. The biological aspect of the archetype. Realistic and symbolic understanding. Archetype and Platonic idea. The archetypes are not inherited images. Archetype and Gestalt: The hierarchy of the archetypes. On the collective unconscious. Archetype and synchronicity. Archetype and consciousness. An example from the world of dreams.

III - Symbol: Archetype and symbol . What is a symbol? Symbol and sign. The symbol in Freud and Jung. The symbol as mediator. The symbol as a transformer of energy. Individual and collective symbols. The ego between the collective consciousness and the collective unconscious. The symbols of the individuation process . The psyche's capacity for symbol transformation.

VI - Summary. Archetype and Dream: The Dream of the Bad Animal - The hermaphroditic aspect of the animal. Dragon and snake. The horn. The horned serpent. Impaling ('spiking up') and devouring; The dual psychological aspect of the animal. The little animals. The blue fog or vapor. The four. One and four. The rebirth. The night sea journey.

Fate and destiny: The two agreements of the soul, Meade, M. (2010) [Subjects: Civilization, Modern - 21st century.; Mythology - Psychological aspects.; Spiritual healing. Spiritual healing. Soul. Fate and fatalism]

Field, form and fate: Patterns in mind, nature, and psyche, Conforti, M. (2003) [Subjects: Self-organizing systems. Pattern perception. Jungian psychology. Archetype (Psychology)]

Finding meaning in the second half of life: how to finally, really grow up. Hollis, J. (2003) [Subjects: Adulthood. Maturation (Psychology). Middle-aged persons - Psychology. Psychology - General]

Contents: The dark wood. Expensive ghosts: how did we get to this point? Becoming who we think we are. The collision of selves. Barriers to transformation. The dynamics of intimate relationship. The family during the second half of life. Career versus vocation. The new myth emerging from the psychopathology of everyday life. Recovering mature spirituality in a material age. Swampland visitations. The healing of the soul.

Jung: A very short introduction. Stevens, A. (2001) [Subjects: Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961. Psychoanalysis. Analytical Psychology. Jungian Theory. Psychoanalysts -- Austria. Jungian psychology] Contents: 1. The man and his psychology . 2. Archetypes and the collective unconscious. 3. The stages of life. 4. Psychological types. 5. Dreams. 6. Therapy. 7. Jung's alleged anti-Semitism. 8. The summing-up.

Jung and the ancestors: Beyond biography, mending the ancestral web, Easter, S. L. (2016) [Subjects: Families -Psychological aspects. Subconsciousness. Jungian psychology. Transpersonal psychology. Self-actualization (Psychology). Self. Heredity, Human. Identity (Philosophical concept). Personality. Identity. Heredity, Human] Contents:

ch. 1 Introduction: Origins of This Work; Unbidden Visitations. ch. 2 The Threads of Fate: Levels of the Unconscious; Personal and Collective Trauma; Fate and Destiny. ch. 3 Beyond Biography: Illustrious Origins ; Ancestral Legacies; Origins Without Cause; Reconciling Head and Heart; 'This Uncompleted Work Has Followed Them ..'; 'The Dead Need Salvation'; Gathering Up the Loose Ends of the Ages. ch. 4 Jung and the Land of the Dead: Questions of the Soul after Death; The Collective Unconscious; Jung and the Spirits of the Dead; Inheritance and the Debts of Our Forebears; Unanswered Questions, Unfinished Work. ch. 5 Between Life and Death: Death and the Complex; A Parting Gift; The Ancestral Faces of a Complex.

ch. 6 Reimagining the World: Reimagining Ourselves; Beneath the Surface of Consciousness; Ancestors in the Land; Bridging the Dangerous Gap; Returning to Our Indigenous Roots; Regarding the Split; A New Cosmological Ground. ch. 7 Following the Path Backward to Create a New Forward; A Story about Causality, Time and Space; Well-Being. ch. 8 A Shared Collective Legacy: 'The Alchemy of Illness'; Gathering the Pieces of 'Fallen Worlds and People'; ch. 9 Unearthing Abuse: Collective Grief ; Cultural Complexes; Trauma; Our Collective Inheritance; Seeking an Alternate Route; Collective Origins of Personal Trauma; Restoring Balance and Harmony. ch. 10 Five Intergenerational Stories: Our Stories - Hawk; Diane's Story; Janis's Story; Kathryn's Story; Tracy's Story; My Story; JoEllen Koerner's Story; Some Final Words.

ch. 11 Varieties of Ancestral Experience: The Languages of the Ancestors; Symptoms of Ancestral Trauma; Direct Experiences of the Ancestors; Communication through Dreams and Visions; Synchronicity and the Land of the Dead; Nature and the Ancestors; Reconnecting with the 'Inner Indigenous One'; Beyond the Biographical Origins of Trauma; Ancestral Patterns in a Family Lineage; Resolving Inherited Intergenerational Trauma; Connections with the Cosmos - and Beyond; The Importance of Ritual and Practice; A Labyrinthine Labor; Interpersonal Ancestral Patterns; The Land, Collective Trauma, and Grief ; Longing to Belong; The Cosmologically Orphaned Child; Building a Place of Belonging: A Personal Reflection; Living the Life One Was Born to Live; When One's Parents Are Still Living; In Service to Well-Being; Every Step We Take is Supported by a Thousand Ancestors.

ch. 12 Implications for Jungian Psychology and Healing: Personal and Cultural Complexes; The Sins of the Fathers; Ancestors and Complexes; A Multi-levelled Approach; Cultural and Ancestral Complexes; Racism and the National Unconscious; Individual and Collective Individuation; Death and the End of the Ancestral Line in the World; Impersonal Karma and Individuation; The Interconnected Web of Being and the 'Great Work'.

Jungian psychoanalysis: working in the spirit of C. G. Jung, M. Stein (Ed.) (2010) [Subjects: Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961. Psychoanalysis. Psychology - Movements - Jungian. Jungian Theory. Jungian psychology]

Contents: Facing the shadow - Stanton Marlan . Getting on top of thought and behavior patterns - Patricia Vesey-McGrew. Cultural complexes in analysis - Thomas Singer, with Catherine Kaplinsky. Initiating a psychological education - Josephine Evetts-Secker. Instigating transformation - Diane Cousineau Brutsche. Emergence and the self - Joseph Cambray. The recognition of psychological type - John Beebe. Working in and with transference - Jan Wiener. Dream interpretation and the creation of symbolic meaning - Warren Colman. Amplification, unveiling the emergence of meaning - John Hill. Peregrinations in active imagination - Sherry Salman. On making and making use of images in analysis - Mary Dougherty. Sand play - Eva Pattis. The body and movement in analysis - Cedrus Monte. Beginning and ending - Paul Ashton. From frame through holding to container - August Cwik. Dialogue - Claus Braun & Lilian Otscheret. The analytic relationship - Jean Knox. Countertransference and intersubjectivity - Linda Carter. Analyzing projections, fantasies, and defenses - Angela M. Connolly. Gender and sexuality: imaginal, erotic encounters - Joy Schaverien. The experience of the numinous in the consulting room - Birgit Heuer. Jungian psychoanalysis in the context of japanese culture - Kazuhiko Higuchi. Child analysis - Brigitte Allain-Dupre. Adolescence - Gustav Bovensiepen. Working with trauma in analysis - Donald E. Kalsched. Psychotherapy and congenital physical disability - Kathrin Asper. Psyche and brain - Margaret Wilkinson. The passions - Axel Capriles. The ethical attitude in analytical practice - Hester MacFarland Solomon. Religion and jungian psychoanalysis - John Dourley. Research - Verena Kast. The social dreaming matrix - Helen Morgan. Training programs - Ann Casement. Training analysis - Dyane N. Sherwood. Supervision of the apprentice - Catherine Crowther.

Leaving my father's house: A journey to conscious femininity, Woodman, M., Danson, K., Hamilton, M., & Allen, R. G. (1993) {Subjects: Women - Psychology. Femininity. Archetype (Psychology)]

Let your life speak: listening for the voice of vocation. Palmer, P. J. (2000) [Subjects: Occupations. Vocational Guidance. Spiritual Growth. Vocation. Vocational guidance] Contents: Chapter 1 - Listening To Life . Chapter 2 - Now I Become Myself: A Vision Of Vocation; Journey Into Darkness; Selfhood, Society, And Service. Chapter 3 - When Way Closes: Way Will Open; Learning Our Limits; The Ecology Of A Life; The God Of Reality; Turning Around To Discover The World. Chapter 4 - All The Way Down: A Personal Preface; The Mystery Of Depression; From The Outside Looking In; From The Inside Looking Out; The Way To God Is Down. Chapter 5 - Leading From Within: Back To The World; Shadows And Spirituality; Out Of The Shadow And Into The Light; Inner Work In Community. Chapter 6 - There Is A Season: From Language To Life; Autumn; Winter; Spring; Summer.

Living with Jung: 'enterviews' with Jungian analysts, R. Henderson & J. Henderson (Eds.) (2010) [Subjects: ] Contents:

Looking at type: your career: using psychological type to find your best-fit career. Martin, C. R. (2009). Gainesville, FL: Center for Applications of Psychological Type. [Subjects: Vocational guidance. Personality and occupation. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator] Contents: Looking at yourself; The MBTI instrument and the basic language of type; Clarify your preferences; Values, interests, and skills; Looking at your type dynamics and development; What do I want?; Looking at careers; Career choices where your type is less frequent; Type descriptions for career development and exploration; Looking at next steps; Gathering information and exploring options; Evaluating opportunities and making decisions; Settings goals and taking action; Selling your differences.

REGISTER FOR UNIQUE 6-WEEK INTENSIVE 2019 ONLINE COURSES

COURSE 1: CAREER AS A JOURNEY OF SOUL
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE DEPTH PSYCHOLOGY OF VOCATION (OCT - DEC)

COURSE 2: ARCHETYPAL, MYTHIC AND CINEMATIC PERSPECTIVES
WHAT’S YOUR ARCHETYPAL STORY? (JUL - SEP)

COURSE 3: COMPLEXES AS PATHWAYS TO VOCATION
CALLINGS SEEDED IN CHILDHOOD, ANCESTRAL OR CULTURAL WOUNDS (JUL - SEP)

COURSE 4: THE RE-ENCHANTMENT OF WORK
WALKING ON THE EDGE BETWEEN WORLDS (OCT - DEC)

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Continuing Professional Development

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Mirrors of the self: Archetypal images that shape your life, C. Downing (Ed.) (1991) [Subjects: Archetype (Psychology) . Self-actualization (Psychology). New consciousness reader.]

Modern man in search of a soul. Jung, C. G. (1933/1995). New York: Harcourt. [Subjects: Psychoanalysis. Therapeutics, Suggestive. Dream interpretation. Jungian Theory. Psychology. Jungian psychology. Jungian Theory. Philosophy. Soul. Psychotherapy. Theological anthropology. Man Behaviour Theories of Jung, C G]

Pagan grace: Dionysos, Hermes and Goddess Memory in daily life, Paris, G. (1990) [Subjects: Dionysus, (Greek deity) . Hermes, (Greek deity). Mnemosyne, (Greek deity). Mythology, Greek - Psychological aspects. Dionysus (Greek deity). Hermes (Greek deity). Mythology, Greek -- Psychology]

Pagan meditations: The worlds of Aphrodite, Artemis and Hestia, Paris, G. (1986) [Subjects: Hestia (Greek deity) . Aphrodite, (Greek deity). Artemis, (Greek deity). Hestia, (Greek deity). Artemis (Greek deity). Aphrodite (Greek deity). Goddess religion. Mythology, Greek -- Psychology. Mythology, Greek -- Psychological aspects]

Pathways to bliss: mythology and personal transformation. Campbell, J. (2004) [Subjects: Self-actualization (Psychology). Mythology - Psychological aspects. Mythology]

Placing psyche: exploring cultural complexes in Australia, San Roque, C., Dowd, A., & Tacey, D. (Eds.). (2011) [Subjects: Intergroup relations. Personality and culture. Psychoanalysis and culture. Social conflict -- Psychological aspects. Social psychology. Australia. Australian]

The collected works of C. G. Jung, Jung, C. G. (1997) R. F. C. Hull (Trans.), (Original work published 1937) [Subjects: Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961. Psychoanalysis. Psychology. Psychology - Religious aspects - Collected works - Reference. - Movements] Contents: Contents:v. 1. Psychiatric studies - v. 2. Experimental researches - v. 3. The psychogenesis of mental disease - v. 4. Freud and psychoanalysis -- v. 5. Symbols of transformation - v. 6. Psychological types - v. 7. Two essays on analytical psychology - v. 8. The structure and dynamics of psyche - v. 9. pt. 1. The archetypes and the collective unconscious. pt. 2. Aion, researches into the phenomenology of the self - v. 10. Civilization in transition - v. 11. Psychology and religion, West and East - v. 12. Psychology and alchemy - v. 13. Alchemical studies - v. 14. Mysterium coniunctionis, an inquiry into the separation and synthesis of psychic opposites in alchemy - v. 15. The spirit in man, art, and literature - v. 16. The practice of psychotherapy - v. 17. The development of personality - v. 18. The symbolic life. Miscellaneous writings - v. 19. General bibliography of C.G. Jung's writings / compiled by Lisa Ress - v. 20. General index to The collected works of C.G. Jung / compiled by Barbara Forryan and Janet M. Glover.

The complex: path of transformation from archetype to ego, Shalit, E. (2002) [Subjects: Complexes (Psychology). Jungian psychology. Archetype (Psychology). Ego (Psychology). Psychoanalysis]

The midas complex: How money drives us crazy and what we can do about it, Kipnis, A. R. (2013) [Subjects: Money complex. Addiction. Power. Insecurity. Anxiety. Happiness. Unhappiness. Manipulation. Symbolic representation. Wealth]

The psychopathology of the 2016 election, Lerner, M. (2017) [Subjects: https://www.tikkun.org/tikkun-institute]

The structure and dynamics of the psyche, Jung, C. G. (1934). (R. F. C. Hull, Trans.) [Subjects: Parapsychology. Psychoanalysis. Psychology - Reference. Dynamics. Psychoanalysis. Psychology - Reference - Movements -Psychoanalysis. Psychosis. Analytical psychology. Dream analysis. Synchronicity]

The soul's code: In search of character and calling, Hillman, J. (1996) [Subjects: Psychology - General. Individuality. Individuality in children. Fate and fatalism. Gifted persons.]

The spirit in career counselling: Fostering self-completion through work, Mark Savickas. (1997) [Subjects: Work -- Psychological aspects. Career changes. Vocational guidance. Spiritual life. Australian.]

The symbolic quest: basic concepts of analytical psychology (revised ed.). Whitmont, E. C. (1991) [Subjects: Jungian Theory. Psychoanalysis. Symbolism. Symbolism (Psychology). Jungian psychology. Psychoanalysis}

REGISTER FOR UNIQUE 6-WEEK INTENSIVE ONLINE COURSES

COURSE 1: CAREER AS A JOURNEY OF SOUL
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE DEPTH PSYCHOLOGY OF VOCATION (OCT - DEC)

COURSE 2: ARCHETYPAL, MYTHIC AND CINEMATIC PERSPECTIVES
WHAT’S YOUR ARCHETYPAL STORY? (JUL - SEP)

COURSE 3: COMPLEXES AS PATHWAYS TO VOCATION
CALLINGS SEEDED IN CHILDHOOD, ANCESTRAL OR CULTURAL WOUNDS (JUL - SEP)

COURSE 4: THE RE-ENCHANTMENT OF WORK
WALKING ON THE EDGE BETWEEN WORLDS (OCT - DEC)

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Continuing Professional Development

Members of the Australian Counselling Association (ACA) receive 10 OPD (ongoing professional development) hours on completion of this course in 2019.

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CAREER AS A JOURNEY OF SOUL PROGRAM WINTER COURSES 2019