by Rose Holt
Get a bird’s eye view of Jungian psychology
In our world of fractured personalities and partial therapies, the psychology of Carl Jung offers a view that sees the whole person, unfolding his or her soul in and through the world. Join Jungian analyst Rose Holt as she presents some of Jung’s most important ideas on the ego and the unconscious, complexes, synchronicity and dreams. Learn Jung’s approach to building a more meaningful and fulfilling life.
Listening to Jung´s ideas you’ll rediscover parts of yourself that you’ve lost, and find yourself renewed in the human community.
This is a video recording of two lectures given by Rose Holt, originally presented at the C.G. Jung Society of St. Louis.
Rose F. Holt,is a Jungian analyst in private practice in St. Louis. She received her Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago in 2001. She has taught numerous courses on Jungian Psychology, has written many articles and essays on the topic. She is currently writing a book about the efficacy of dreams in group therapy. Rose is particularly interested in the role of spirituality in individual development, in alchemical imagery as it shows itself in the dreams of moderns, and in the mystery involved in self-identity. Her work focuses on helping people in their quest for life purpose and meaning.
Before changing careers in midlife, Rose worked for an electronic materials company headquartered in Palo Alto, Ca. She held a number of positions in research and development, business planning, project management, and Advertising & Public Relations.
Rose’s interests include walking, bird watching, classical guitar, history, and current events.