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    ebbwvale is offline Registered User
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    School for Jungian Psychoanalysis

    Does anybody know of a reasonable school or programme by distance ed. for Jungian Psychoanalysis? It does not have to be a degree granting institution as long as it is recognised as an academically sound and ethical.

    The instruction is required for personal growth and as a side bar to another academic programme.

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    Jack Tracey is offline Registered User
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    It's not clear from your question if you are simply seeking a place to pursue a course or two or if you're seeking a degree. Nonetheless, you might want to look at Saybrook Graduate School or Naropa University. Good luck,
    Jack

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    Hi Ebbwvale,
    The University of Sheffield offers an MA in Psychoanalytic Studies through distance learning. It seems to at least touch on Jungian analysis. I admit that I, at one time, was considering this program to gain a better understanding of those who own and support degree mills. I have now decided on an MBA for the same reason.

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    Tony

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    The best DL (actually short residency) option I know of in Jungian psychology is Pacifica Graduate Institute.

    http://www.pacifica.edu

    Here's a webpage by one of Pacifica 's professors that discusses Jungian graduate programs, providing an annotated list with links to a number of them. Most aren't DL though, and a few (including Univ. Philosophical Research. and Inst. Imaginal Studies) are CA-approved. I think that they all are reasonably credible though, and all are probably valuable to a student studying for personal interest.

    http://www.folkstory.com/gradpgms.html

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    ebbwvale is offline Registered User
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    Thanks for the information. I am researching victimology and I have undertaken some minor readings of psychoanalysis that have thrown some light on certain aspects.

    I am not interested in practicing as a psychotherapist but I am interested in applying it to my original field of study in a limited way.

    The award of a degree is not necessary but I would like to undertake a credible award from a reputable institution. A diploma or certificate would suffice for my purposes.

    Once again thanks for the assistance.

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