THE CHICAGO SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY PRESENTS: The CG Jung Institute Film Series
Adaptations and Individuation through Dialoging with an Other
Presented by Judith Cooper, Psy.D.
Friday, February 201th
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
325 N. Wells St.
Chicago, IL 60654
This introductory presentation will focus on the theoretical concepts developed by Jung of the Shadow and the Jungian technique of Active Imagination, and how the application of these concepts can contribute to a transformational process of growth and change, as illustrated in the 2002 film Adaptation, a Charlie Kaufman (screenwriter) – Spike Jonze (director) collaboration.
Professional Bio of Judith Cooper, Psy.D.Judith Cooper, Psy.D. is a Jungian psychoanalyst, diplomat graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago, and a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in Chicago. She was on the adjunct faculty of Argosy University, formerly the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, and has taught in the Analyst Training Program, Jungian Psychotherapy Program, and Public Education Program of the Jung Institute of Chicago. She was a supervising psychologist for 12 years, 1990-2002, and Director of Training from 1997-2002 of an APA-accredited doctoral internship at a community mental health center in Northwest Indiana. She has lectured widely at various Jungian conferences in Chicago, Montreal, Florida, and Colorado. Her special interests are gender and film.
STUDENT ADMISSION IS ONLY $5!!
Additional Upcoming Film Series Workshops:
4/17/15: Stromberg’s Maleficent: A Reimaging of
the Shadow from the Traditional Fairy Tale
6/19/15: Confronting the Shadow in Post-
Apocalyptic World of Film “V for Vendetta”
Questions? Contact the Institute for Professional & Continuing Studies
at email@example.com or 312.467.2364