7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Roeland Park Community Center
Differential language developed by Jung following his split from Freudian psychoanalytic theories has led to difficulty in establishing a mutual understanding of narcissism and neurosis within the realm of psychoanalysis. These concepts explored in Jung’s work have only recently begun to re-emerge in Jungian language. This may be a contributing factor in the difficulty of determining Jung’s focus, theoretical development, and overall contribution to the understanding of narcissism and neurosis. This presentation will engage participants in an interactive discussion surrounding Jung’s insights, distinctive language, and Jung’s formulation of the concepts of narcissism and neurosis as a possible undiscovered or underutilized resource.
Kellie Barton, LMLP/LMAC, is a Clinical Director and Outpatient Therapist in multiple locations throughout rural Kansas.