Pacific Northwest Society of Jungian Analysts
A Member Group of the International Association for Analytical Psychology
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Analytic Training Program:
The guiding philosophy of the program is to help qualified and dedicated individuals cultivate a relationship with that deeper aspect of their core nature which Jung defined as the Self and to develop a body of theoretical knowledge and clinical skills leading to certification as a Jungian Analyst. This philosophy emphasizes the development of the whole person through the individuation process. Candidates are encouraged to find and refine an embodied way of working with the psyche from the inside out both personally and professionally.
The program requires acquiring a body of knowledge through seminars and supervision and assesses competencies through exams and papers. However, the structures and tasks in the program aim to serve each candidate's development of a deeper experience of him or herself. This value is the source of inspiration for this program and for those involved with it.
The program begins in September of 2011. The primary elements of the program such as seminars and group supervision will be organized around the academic year. Applications will be accepted through the first year of the program, up to May 31, 2012.
The program has three domains: individuation, content, and practice. It seeks to foster an in depth integration of the three domains in the candidate in the service of empathic and effective personal, community and therapeutic relationships.
Working with an individual mentoring committee, each candidate will create a learning agreement reflecting their unique interests and needs. This committee will meet regularly with the candidate to guide each candidate’s training experience. Candidates will also participate in personal analysis, content-oriented seminars, a process group and individual and group supervision.
Brochure: The brochure provides a more detailed summary of the program. The due date for applications set out in the brochure has been extended until May 31, 2012.