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Collective unconscious-Jung
Unconscious is divided into the personal and the collective. Collective unconscious is universal, it predates the individual. It is the repositary of all the religious, spirtual, and mythological symbols and experiences
personal unconscious-jung
made up of suppressed and forgotten memories, trauas, determined by the personal past. More superficial than the collective unconscious
they are not memories of past experiences, but "forms w/out content". There are many such as: the persona, the shadow, the anuma/animus, the mother, the child, the wise old man, and the self.
the mask we wear to make a particular impression on others, it may reveal or conceal our real nature. Artificial pers. that is a compromise between a person's real individuality and society's expectations-usually society's expectations take precedence. It serves to both guarantee social order and to protect the individual private life.
the personification fo that part of human, psychi possibility that we deny in ourselves & project onto others. It is the negative or inferior side of the pers. The more unaware of the shadow we are, the blacker and denser it is. The shadow is a step further towards self-realization when one recognizes and integrates it.
most important archtype. called the "midpoint of pers". a center between consciousness and the unconsciousness. For jung this is the god image.
implies becoming one's own self. self-realization. The aim is to divest the self of the false wrappings of the persona and the suggestive power of the archetypes.
events that occur simultaneously and are meaningful but not causally connected
youth-extroverted attitude
Introversion-begins 35-40 y.o. where you re-examine accepted values. Persons concerns become centered n the internal world and the fuller dev. of the psyche.
fueled by envy, lack of satisfaction, wish for more than what one use/needs
manic triad
part of the manic defense against dependency. 1. control 2. contempt 3. triumph
L-H-K link between patient and psychotherapist
Knowing is much more imp. for growth and dev. The therapist needs to give knowledge.
Therapeutic process
clarification, confrontation, interpretation, frustration and working through
because the analyst does not gratify infantile longings, but instead intreprets them, the patient becomes frustrated
the concept of abandoning memory and desire
Bion says that we should start all sessions w/ a complete black slate, be completly open to the experience w/our the burden of previous knowledge
the concept of binocular vision
clients present their view, analyst adds theirs. The combined view allows us to re-examine childhood
the concept of containment
Winnicott suggests that the therapist is like a container, where the patient can get rid of stuff.