Jungian Portraits of Psyche in Film

Jungian Portraits of Psyche in Film

Contemporary films regularly portray aspects of psyche. Jungian psychology provides a lens through which we can better understand the dynamics the film depicts. In a film we can see various attitudes and behaviors "before our very eyes." The psychological exploration of film deepens our appreciation for the reality of unconscious patterning and motivation in human life. This year's series - co-sponsored by The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago - offers four film presentations with Jungian analyses and subsequent discussions led by faculty of The Chicago School and the Jung Institute.
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Directed by Sam Mendes
Presented by James Iaccino, PhD
March 18, 2016

Directed by Sidney Lumet
Presented by Donnamarie Flanagan, LCSW
May 6, 2016

Raising Arizona
Directed by the Coen Brothers
Presented by George B. Hogenson, PhD
June 3, 2016

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