Perpectives on a Cultural Complex: Jungian Values in our Age of Narcissism, Splitting, Projection and the Internet
Perspectives on a Cultural Complex: Jungian Values in our Age of Narcissism, Splitting, Projection and the Internet
Hope Murrow, MSW.
Saturday, May 19, 2018: 10 am – 1 pm
$45 3 MHC and SW CEUs
Today we are dealing with the living shadow of our history of genocide, slavery and misogyny as well as the interaction of the different styles of narcissism so prevalent in our culture. Advertising, fake news, the Internet and other influences have facilitated an environment in which splitting, lies and projection thrive. We can see these trends as reflections of the structures of individual pathology and cultural limitations described by Jung in the Collected Works. How can those of us influenced by Jung address the dangers to our society posed by the unmediated action of these crude defenses? In this session, we will review some of the foundations of Jungian psychology which may help us to answer this question.
Hope Murrow, M.S.W., IAAP*, is a Jungian Analyst in private practice in Cambridge, MA. A graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute-Boston, she is a former member of the Training Board and current faculty member. Her areas of special interest in which she has taught locally and internationally include Depression, Addiction, Culture and Organizational Development.
IAAP* (International Association for Analytical Psychology)
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