Exploring the psyche using the power of active imagination
Please note: This workshop starts on Friday evening, 7.30 - 9.30pm plus Saturday and Sunday, 10.00 - 6.00pm
This is an experiential workshop, limited to 10 participants, designed to teach counsellors and psychotherapists the technique of active imagination originally pioneered by Jung and later elaborated by many others. On the first night Matthew will give an introductory lecture outlining the theory of active imagination and explaining the basic principles which he has found to be most effective in clinical practice.
During the remaining two days, Matthew will work with selected participants (chosen by ballot from amongst those who wish) to demonstrate how powerful techniques of active imagination can be used in the consulting room to explore the hidden, unconscious dynamics underneath common, everyday problems and free up the psyche from those obstacles and stucknesses which hinder the individuation process and prevent our clients from actualising their full potential.
The workshop is open to all psychotherapists, counsellors and trainees, irrespective of training or orientation.
Matthew Harwood (www.matthewharwood.co.uk) is a Jungian Analyst practising from his home near Bath and Bristol. He trained at the CG Jung Institute, Zürich. He is a senior (training) analyst with the Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists (IGAP). He has a special interest in working with dreams and active imagination. He has also completed trainings in EMDR, Pesso Boyden Psychotherapy and Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS). He is a popular lecturer with a lively, inspirational style, and runs frequent dream and group therapy workshops.
About the host
Please contact Judith Schuepfer-Griffin reg. MBACP
Bath BA1 5TH
Mobile: 07901 750 524
We are looking forward to hearing from you!