School Of Psychology

Foundations of Analytical PsychologyWestern Sydney University Unit Code: 100543.2

Discipline: PSYCHOLOGY

Student Contribution Band: 1

Level: 7

Credit Points: 10

Unit Enrolment Restrictions
This unit is available as an elective to students enrolled in courses 1500 Bachelor of Psychology Specialist year, 1502 Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology, 1554 Graduate Certificate in Analytical Psychology or 1555 Master of Analytical Psychology.

About this Unit
In 1913, the year when Jung left the psychoanalytic movement, he used the term 'analytical psychology' to identify what he called a new psychological science seen by him as having evolved out of psychoanalysis. At a later date, when he was firmly established in his own write, he referred to the 'psychoanalytic method' of Freud and the 'individual psychology' of Adler, and said that he preferred to call his own approach 'analytical psychology' by which he meant a general concept embracing both, as well as other endeavours.

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