At the beginning of the last century Freud and Jung each created a vast corpus of work, the legacy of which is the basis of modern psychotherapies.
The two men were the great cartographers of human emotion and experience working at the height of the age of mechanism. They mapped the mechanism of human experience and what they discovered in the analysts consulting room proved to be anything but mechanical, which is part of the reason why psychotherapy has a long experiential training for its practitioners and has never been successfully manualised.
The Confederation for Analytical Psychology’s Jung and Film series continues on Sunday 19 March with a showing of “Bloody Sunday” by director Paul Greengrass (2002). […]