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London: Routledge, In Alchemical studies, CW 13 pp. A study in the process of individuation. In The archetypes and the collective unconscious, CW 9i pp. Conscious, unconscious, and individuation. In Psychology and religion: West and east, CW 11, pp. Transformation symbolism in the mass. Paracelsus as a spiritual phenomenon. In Alchemical studies, CW 13, pp. On the nature of the psyche. In The structure and dynamics of the psyche, CW 8 pp. Oedipus is a familiar dramatic imaging of something archetypal related to the triangular structure of Mother, Father and Child. Narcissus is an image which encapsulates something of the way problems in our relation to ourselves and to others can bring isolation and death.

Whilst an image can articulate only certain aspects of the potentiality, the archetypal structures themselves are multifaceted and amoral.


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In work with symptoms, enactments, dreams, images etc, the Jungian approach is teleological rather than or as well as causal. This perspective considers that instinctual energy becomes available for transformation into new forms. Thus we become less interested in how a symptom or a neurosis came about, but more in what its intention might be.

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What is it telling us about imbalance in the conscious attitude of the ego that is being compensated for in the unconscious? What is it then that we need to attend to? Whereas the central focus of the more classical, archetypal schools of Jungian thought is on the exploration of how the Self and the archetypal are experienced symbolically through image and dreams, the developmental school incorporates within it concepts from the psychoanalytic tradition to form a theory of the development of the personality.

Whereas Jung and the classical Jungians tended to focus on the second half of life, Michael Fordham, a Jungian analyst working in London in the second half of the 20th Century, expanded the theory to include consideration of infancy and early stages of life. Because much of the work is at the level of the unconscious connection between analyst and analysand, work in the transference through interpretation is important but not the only, or even the main, factor in transformation.

The process of individuation of the analyst is, therefore, crucial:. Her background is in therapeutic communities with adolescents and in adult mental health and now works mainly in private practice in NW London as an analyst. She also supervises in both individual and group settings. She is the author of a number of papers many of which consider the relationship of analytic thinking to wider social concerns. He has published a number of papers on the relationship between psychotherapy and religious experience, most recently 'From the Numinous to the Sacred', which was awarded the Michael Fordham Prize for the most original contribution to clinical analytic thinking published in the Journal for Analytical Psychology during that year.

Chris is Director of St Marylebone Healing and Counselling Centre, in London, which offers low cost professional psychoanalytical and Jungian psychotherapy. Read more. BJAA: working with difference as jungian analysts In recent years several Home some jungian terms explained.