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Psychology and Life

The Poet As Depth Psychologist (ONLINE)

James Hollis

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Instructor: James Hollis, PhD

NOTE: This is an enhanced online version of a class taught at The Jung Center by James Hollis in the summer of 2013. Continuing education credit is available for psychologists, social workers, and masters-level psychotherapists.

However troubled their personal lives, some poets intuitively embody profound insight into the nature and dynamics of the human psyche in their work. They are vehicles for the embodiment of the invisible world, which they render more accessible by making it visible through metaphor and image. This four week course will focus upon four who open apertures into the universal motions of the human psyche. They are: Charles Baudelaire, Arthur Rimbaud, Rainer Maria Rilke, and Mary Oliver.

Click here to download the reading packet for this class.

Running time: approximately 6 hours.

About the instructor

James Hollis

James Hollis, PhD, is a Zurich trained Jungian analyst with a practice in Washington, D. C. He is the author of seventeen books translated into twenty languages, the latest titled Prisms: Reflections on this Journey We Call Life.

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Starts continuous

1 h

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Continuing Education Units





$65.00 USD


$65.00 USD

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