The Jungian Psychotherapists Association is a mutually supportive organization of psychotherapists actively engaged in the study and application of Analytical Psychology. The central purpose of the JPA is to further the professional growth, development, and education of its members. To support this aim, the JPA provides professional educational activities with a clinical focus, including: seminars, courses, consultations and study groups. It also provides a forum for informal communication and support among its members.
P.O. Box 46906
Seattle, WA 98146
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Members can connect with other members on the JPA blog or join the JPA Listserv.
Fall Public Event: October 19, 2013
Approaching A Patient's Complexes
in Contemporary Culture
The Jungian therapist has to recognize that a person in psychotherapy today lives in a world that has long since grappled with the issues that Freud and Jung raised, and is therefore able to consider psychological complexities they didn’t address.
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