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The 5th Annual Expressive Therapies Summit

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Friday, November 7 • 10:00am - 5:15pm
Arts-based Applications of Jungian Psychology: Creative Pathways to Individuation

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Jungian psychology maintains a core belief that human beings are in a continuous process of development. This ongoing creative cycle is greatly aided by the discovery of archetypes that speak to common human experiences. In his essay “The Stages of Life,” Carl Jung wrote, “It is only possible to live the fullest life when we are in harmony with these symbols; wisdom is a return to them.” Creative and expressive arts processes when viewed through an archetypal framework invite us to identify patterns that connect our personal experience to the universal human condition. 

Arts-based Applications of Jungian Psychology

The basics of Jung’s ideas on the structure and content of the psyche will be discussed as a foundation for exploring symbolic processes with particular reference to archetypes, symbols, and the Hero’s Journey.

NOTE: Registration for this two-day Intensive is available separately for each day. Attend either or both.

This Master Class is also part of the multiple-session, 4-day Immersive Training: Archetypal Approaches in the Expressive Arts TherapiesRegistration is available separately for each day.

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Jordan S. Potash, PhD, ATR-BC, REAT, LCAT

| Jordan S. Potash, PhD, ATR-BC, REAT, LCAT, is visiting assistant professor in art therapy at The George Washington University and honorary lecturer at the Centre on Behavioral Health, University of Hong Kong. He has taught Jungian, archetypal, and imaginal psychology, and expressive arts therapy in the U.S., Hong Kong, and Israel. Jordan is published in the International Journal of Jungian Studies and co-edited Art Therapy in Asia: To the... Read More →


Friday November 7, 2014 10:00am - 5:15pm
Wollman Hall: The New School 66 W. 12th Street, NY, NY 10011