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Two different readings are given, one from Psychology and Religion: West and East , vol. 11 of the Collected Works. A second reading of Jung is taken from vol. 18 titled The Symbolic Life. Both readings invite the listener into Jung's thoughts and considerations on Zen Buddhism. It is interesting to see how Jung developed his beliefs about the Buddha, especially the aspect of "suffering". Jung draws the parallel between this way of being in Buddhism and in Psychology deepening our understanding of how they relate to one another.
Jung in his discussion of the Mother Archetype shares with his readers the religious, symbolic, as well as mythological aspects of this archetype. In this writing, Jung provides us with the language and details of this specific archetype. Through this writing, and that which follows on the Mother Complex, we gain a deeper psychological understanding of mother on both ego unconscious levels.
This is the third and final reading in a series of Jung's ideas concerning poetry, creativity and analytical psychology taken from "The Spirit in man, Art, and Literature. In this selection, "On the Relation of Analytical Psychology to Poetry", from Collected Works, V. 15, Jung discusses Freud and the difference between the creative process according to analytical psychology and Freud's.
The practice of Analytical Psychology is both an art and a craft. When Jung wrote about the creative process involved in writing poetry he gave a very detailed study of how we can "see" into our own nature as creators. His discussion in this chapter helps us understand the value of claiming our own individual creativity and expression in the world. We can deepen our creativity through a better understanding of our psychological selves. Jung brings psychology and poetry together in helping us with this deepening.
In Aspects of the Feminine, Jung discussed his ideas regarding the Feminine bringing together not only definition of the archetype, but also the mother complexes which showed themselves as a part of this particular archetype. Today's reading will provide us with more insight into how Jung saw the psychological interactions between mothers and daughters as well as providing a perspective on women-men relationships. Jung's focus is on the understanding and development of female psychology.
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Carol the Coach will be interviewing Dan Morris, the creator of the 30 Tasks Recovery Map.
Recovery Tasks are essential to good treatment and having a laminated copy of the 30 Tasks of Recovery MAP is a simple check in with clients to assess where they are in recovery and where they need to focus in treatment to strengthen their program. I use it in group, individual and family sessions to get everyone's feedback and stay on track as a therapist. It is an empowering tool that keeps a client cognizant of his path to recovery. I recommend it to all CSATS and to clients as an invaluable and easy instructional tool!
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Carol the Coach will be interviewing Stacy Korfist who is an expert at treating Shame which is a by-product of Sexual Addiction.
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Carol the Coach will be interviewing Alex Lerza LMFT, CSAT who has created a world class App for Sex Addicts. The App is called R|TRIBE. It stands for both “The Recovery Tribe” and “Our Tribe.” It’s built for addicts, by addicts. You can check it out at : www.rtribe.org
rTribe launched in the iOS App Store in October and Android launched in December 2015.
R|TRIBE has the potential to become the de facto platform for and sex addiction recovery. The purpose of the app is to help and sex addicts manage their recovery in community. Anytime. Anywhere. We know that acting out has always been fingertips away and now recovery can be too. Listen as Carol the Coach finds out how this app can supplement your recovery!
The RITRIBE app is a smartphone solution for a smartphone problem. Rather than just blocking clients from acting out, this app empowers addicts to take a proactive approach with their recovery. It’s not meant to replace therapy, support groups or 12 Step, but it will be the daily recovery tool addicts use in between face to face meetings.
Find out more about this amazing app as Carol the Coach interviews one of the developers.
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Listen to Carol the Coach as she interviews an expert who will speaking about the topic of addressing sexual topics with children who have experienced sexual trauma and who are drawn to ography. She will also talk about children who have been "accidently" exposed to inappropriate images via media. Listen as she shares that attunement, empathy and understanding will extinguish the behavior over punishing and implemementing consequences
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