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Dr. Verena Kast was Professor of Psychology at the University of Zurich and is a training analyst, supervisor and lecturer at the C.G. Jung, Institute of Zurich, Küsnacht. She is president of the Curatorium. Author of numerous books among others: The Dynamics of Symbols. Father-Daughter, Mother-Son. Freeing Ourselves from the Complexes that Bind Us. Element, Dorset.
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Nancy M. Krieger, PhD. came to Jungian psychology after a degree in physics and most of a lifetime spent in computer science and telecommunications. A Jungian psychoanalyst, trained at the institutes in Zurich and then obtained a doctorate with the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies at the University of Essex. Her dissertation consisted of a comparison of Jungian theory to the mathematical concepts of dynamic systems theory and recent findings in neuroscience. Active in the Jungian training ISAP ZURICH and has a private practice in France.
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Stephen Farah (HOD) is the co-founder and head of learning and research at The Centre for Applied Jungian Studies South Africa. He is an executive member of the International Association of Jungian Studies. Stephen holds an honours degree in analytical philosophy from the University of the Witwatersrand and a Master’s degree in Jungian and Post Jungian Studies from the University of Essex. Stephen’s areas of interest include psychoanalysis, film, the philosophy of language, consciousness, individuation and the simulation hypothesis. A recent paper of his ‘True detective and Jung’s four steps of transformation’ will be published in The Routledge International Handbook of Jungian Film Studies.
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Since the 1990’s, clinical psychologists (in the United States, primarily) have carried out a significant amount of research regarding spirituality in clinical practice. Questions that have been raised and addressed in many articles, books and conferences in the last several decades include: What is the difference between religiosity and spirituality? Should questions regarding these matters be addressed in the context of psychotherapeutic practice? Does it make a difference if the therapist has religious commitments or a spiritual attitude? Jungian psychotherapy has included consideration of the numinous since the days of the founding figures, and many books have been written on this topic. It is still an open question, however, just how important spirituality or numinous experience might be for psychic healing and mental health. According to Jung, it is the numinous experience that overcomes neurosis. This lecture will take a fresh look at this topic and offer some examples of spirituality in practice, both positive and negative.