Module 6 bkp

Typology

June 05-07

Timetable

Friday: 19h00 – 20h15
Experiential Group
Charlie Brittain
Friday: 20h15 – 20h40
Break
Friday: 20h40 – 22h00
Clinical Seminar
Moira Duckworth
Saturday: 09h30 – 11h00
Jung Studies 1: Understanding Typology in relationships
Martin Stone
Saturday: 11h00 – 11h30
Break
Saturday: 11h30 – 13h00
Jung Studies 2: Understanding Typology in relationships
Martin Stone
Saturday: 13h00 – 14h00
Lunch
Saturday: 14h00 – 15h15
The Elements of Astrology and the Imagery of Alchemy: Forerunners of Typology
Chris Williams
Saturday: 15h15 – 15h30
Break
Saturday: 15h30 – 17h00
The Inferior function
Chris Williams
Sunday: 09h30 – 11h00
Typologies/Archetypes
Chris Williams
Sunday: 11h00 – 11h30
Break
Sunday: 11h30 – 13h00
Typing, analytic theory, and the type of the analyst
Chris Williams

Reading List

In order you all have up to date information on your own typologies, we would suggest that you all do at least one online test before the seminars to establish your 4 letter type. Here are the three websites:
http://www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test
http://personality-testing.info/tests/JUNG.php
http://www.jungboulder.org/take-the-gray-wheelwright-winer-temperament-test.html

Seminars1 & 2: Understanding Typology in relationships. (Martin Stone)

Essential Reading
Beebe,J. (2006) ‘Evolving the eight-function model’. Australian Psychological type Review 8,1.
Beebe, John (1984), ‘Psychological Types in Transference, Countertransference and the Therapeutic Interaction’, Transference/Countertransference. Wilmette, Illinois: Chiron.
Stone, Martin (2006) ‘The analyst’s body as tuning fork: embodied resonance in countertransference’ JAP 51, 1: 109-124
Stone, Martin (2009) ‘Individuation’ in Vision and Supervision, ed Mathers, D. London: Routledge

In these two seminars we will discuss and explore your own personality type and then move on to think about how we may use the concept of typology in our work with patients. We will draw on two seminal papers of Beebe’s and I will use my papers on embodied countertransference and supervision to illustrate how we can think about it. You are encouraged to bring examples from your own practice to help understand the concepts.

Seminar 3: Astrology and Alchemy: Forerunners of typology (Chris Williams)

Essential reading
Edinger, E. (1985) Anatomy of the Psyche: Alchemical Symbolism in Psychotherapy . Chapters 2-5 inclusive. Open Court.
( Chris will also provide some notes on astrology,)

Seminar 4: The Inferior Function
Essential reading
von Franz, M L (1971) ‘General characteristics of the Inferior Function’ and ‘The role of the inferior function in psychic development’; Chapters 1 & 4 in Lectures on Jung’s Typology, Dallas, Texas: Spring
Sabini, M. (1988) The therapist’s inferior function. JAP 33, Vol 33 no. 4 pp 373-394

Background reading
von Franz, M L (1971); Chapters 2 & 3 in ’ Lectures on Jung’s Typology, Dallas, Texas: Spring
Hillman, J ‘The Feeling Function’ (1971), Lectures on Jung’s Typology, pp 75-149 Dallas, Texas: Spring

Seminar 5: Typologies and Archetypes (Chris Williams)

Essential Reading
Wolff, Toni (1956) Structural forms of the Feminine Psyche, Privately printed.(to be supplied)
Osmond, Siegler and Smoke (1977) Typology Revisited: a New Perspective, in Psychological Perspectives (1977; Vol 8 No. 2 Pp 206-219)
Whitmont, E. (1969) The Symbolic Quest, pp178-184, Princeton

Background Reading
Leonard, L.(1982) The Wounded Woman pp 39-116 Shambalah (Chris will provide notes to)
Beebe, John (2004) Understanding consciousness through the theory of psychological types, in Analytical psychology, edited by Joseph Cambray and Linda Carter. London: Routledge, 2004.

Seminar 6: Typing, Psychoanalytic theory, and the type of the analyst (Chris Williams)

Essential Reading
Ekstrom,.S.R. (1988) Jung’s typology and DSM-111 personality disorders. JAP. Vol. 33. no. 4 pp 329-344.
Witzig, J.S. (1978) Jung’s Typology and Classification of the Psychotherapies. JAP. Vol. 23, no. 4. pp315-331
Douglas, C. (1990) The Woman in the Mirror: Analytical Psychology and the Feminine pp 55-67.
Beebe, J. (1988) Comments on Soren Ekstrom’s paper . JAP. Vol. 33, no. 4 pp345-350.

Background Reading:
Jarrett, J. (1988) Jung’s Theory of Functions: Some questions. JAP. Vol 33, no 4, pp355-372
West, M.(2007) Feeling, Being and the Sense of Self. Chapters 7-10 inclus.
Bradway & Wheelwright (1978) The psychological type of the analyst. JAP. Vol. 23.no.3 .pp 211-225.

FOR THE FUTURE

Lavin, TP (1982) Chapter10, The Art of Practicing Jung’s Psychological Types in Analysis, in Ed. Stein, M., Jungian Analysis, Illinois Open Court.
Quenck, Alex T., Quenck Naomi L. (1982) ‘The use of psychological typology in analysis’ in Stein, Murray (ed.) Jungian Analysis, London: Open Court.
Spoto, Angelo (1989) Jung’s Typology in Perspective, USA Chiron
Beebe, John (1998) Chapter 3 Towards a Jungian analysis of character, in Ed. Casement, Ann, Post Jungians Today, London Routledge
Field. Nathan.‘Listening with the body: an exploration in the Countertransference’. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 5, 512-522
Any article on Mirror Neurons, of which many can be found on the internet. (NYTimes introduction article to be supplied to candidates).
Mann. H, Siegler M, Osmond. H. The many worlds of time (1968.) JAP Vol. 13, No.1 pp33-56

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