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JP 403

5 credits

42, 44.07

 

Psychospirituality

 

Platos's philosophy creates the groundwork for the study of service of soul and spirit, beginning with basic platonic concepts like noesis, anamnesis, and academic conversion. This class surveys the ancient as well as contemporary field of psychospirituality with an emphasis on the works of Carl Jung, James Hillman, and Jacqueline Small

JP 500

5 credits

42, 44.07

 

Fundamentals of Jungian Psychology

 

This course will provide a basic grounding for the student in the fundamental theory base of Carl Jung in his own works and through the commentary of other writers. This course is based largely on Anne Singer Harris' text, Living with Paradox .

JP 501

5 credits

42, 44.07

 

Psychospiritual Therapy

 

This course requires the student to present a unified approach to therapy based on psychospiritual theory. This course presents diverse approaches including Thomas Moore's Care of the Soul, Minirth and Dyrd's Christian Psychiatry and Jacqueline Small's Natural Therapy are examined. Several psychotherapy textbooks are reviewed with an emphasis on Jungian, post-Jungian, archetypal, and revisionary methods.

JP 505

5 credits

42, 44.07

 

Jungian Psychology

 

Carl Jung created a comprehensive approach to psychology that is based upon the service of soul and spirit, a respect for religious belief, science, and a methodology that includes: face to face analysis, dream work, and active imagination. This class reviews Jung's major writings and studies the convergences and differences in the approaches of Jung, Sigmund Freud, and Alfred Adler.

JP 508

5 credits

42, 44.07

 

Post Jungian Psychology I

 

Carl Jung personally trained associates to continue the development of the theories and approaches that he created. Marie Louise Von Franz, Aniela Jaffe, Joland Jacobi, E. A. Bennet and others are contributors to the continuation of Jungian approaches. These theorists, along with Henry Corbin and Edward Edinger, were also formative influences in the creation of archetypal psychology, which was written by James Hillman and his associates.

JP 509

5 credits

42, 44.07

 

Archetypal Psychology

 

The psychotherapeutic approaches of James Hillman and Marie-Louise Von Franz are highlighted in this course which challenges the student to respond to the vivid and stimulating imagery and compelling prose for the two creative forces behind archetypal psychology.

JP 520

5 credits

42, 44.07

 

Soul Care

 

The field of Soul Care has been created and developed by James Hillermand and Thomas Moore based on their revisioning of both Jungian Psychology and contemporary mental health therapy. Gary Zukav's Seat of the Soul and other relevant texts provide for comprehensive consideration of Noesis as it was first defined by Plato. This course draws heavily on Hillerman's Myth of Analysis and Revisioning Psychology along with Thomas Moore's Care of the Soul.

JP 530

5 credits

42, 44.07

 

Psychospirituality Counseling and Education

 

This course will review of basic psychospiritual counseling techniques. The student will apply these techniques with individuals, couples, families, and groups. An assessment tool will be developed as it relates to psychospiritual counseling. The focus will be on case studies, cultural differences, fieldwork, and self-analysis.

JP 606

5 credits

42, 44.07

 

Collected Works of Carl Jung

 

This course is designed to expose the student to an examination or a re-evaluation of the basic writings of Carl Jung.

 

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