Jungian Concepts Seminar V: The Psychology of Terrorism

  • April 21, 2017
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

CEUs: 2

Instructor: Jane Kamerling

This year’s Jungian Concepts Seminar is being presented by six seasoned Jungian analysts.   This seminar is open to anyone interested in exploring Jung’s concepts, and is suitable for both new and returning participants, clinicians and non-clinicians.  The April topic is The Psychology of Terrorism presented by Jane Kamerling.

Friday April 21, 2017: The Psychology of Terrorism

This seminar will consider the groundbreaking work of Eric Neumann’s Depth Psychology and The New Ethic, written in 1949, as a basis for focusing on the psychology of terrorism today. This could have been written yesterday. We will explore the psychology of the terrorist and terrorism within the context of environmental disasters that have created uncontrollable outcomes for societies and individuals. Sixty-eight years later, maybe we can begin to develop a new ethic.

The 2016/2017 Jungian Concepts Seminar Lineup:

October 14: On the Nature of Suffering, Laura McGrew, LCPC November 11: The Gift of Uncertainty, Judy Shaw, LCSW

February 24: Further Explorations of Consciousness, Robert J. Moretti, PhD

March 24: The Challenge of the Opposites: Awake or Asleep? Lorna Crowl, LCSW

April 21: The Psychology of Terrorism, Jane Kamerling, LCSW

May 26: Flying Saucers, Fortune Telling, Mediums & Magic: Why Jung writes about esoterica, Ken James, PhD

Venue:  

Venue Phone: 847-475-4848 *221

Venue Website:

Address:
817 Dempster St., Evanston, Illinois, 60201, United States