Jung and Fairy Tales
- - This Saturday, Oct 12 -
- 1pm Pacific (4pm Eastern) -
- This free introductory class is an introduction to the methods used by C. G. Jung and Marie Louise von Franz to interpret fairy and folk tales from a Jungian perspective. -
The class also serves as an introduction and overview of our eight week college level course, Jung and Fairy Tales!
The full course includes eight full modules with resources and further learning opportunities available through our online learning platform. Successfully complete all of the assignments in the online learning platform and earn a certificate of completion!
Attendees may also simply audit the course, without completing assignments for credit.
Gain a solid understanding of the basic Jungian approach to understanding and interpreting fairy tales. This course is an essential introduction to the interpretation of fairy tales from the Jungian perspective. This nine week course begins with one free introductory class, followed by eight modules that introduce you to how Jung, and his colleague Marie Louise von Franz understood fairy and folk tales, and used them to gain insight into the psyche, and human behavior. The purpose of the course is to provide students with a variety of examples of fairy and folk tales and how they can used in the amplification and understanding of the products of the unconscious psyche.