Institutional conflicts in Jungian analysis

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Title: Institutional conflicts in Jungian analysis
Year: 2001
Authors: Eisold, K.
Abstract:

This paper explores how the institutional life of analytical psychology has been beset by its historical and continuing conflictual relationship with psychoanalysis. Stemming from a division in Jung's identity, that of the spiritual seeker and that of a mental health practitioner, the organizations of analytical psychology have repeatedly enacted that division, resulting in an unclear mission and considerable conflict. In England those conflicts have led to schisms; in America they have played out in internal conflicts within training institutes. Examples of areas of conflict are provided, along with suggestions for addressing these conflicts by recognizing them more openly.

Keywords: Analytical Psychology Clubs; Mission; Professionalization; Psychoanalysis; Organizational Identity; Training
Language: English


Journal: Journal of Analytical Psychology
Volume: 46
Issue: 2
Start page: 335
End page: 353
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Submitted by:
Anne C. Fruge
Faculty and Supervisor
The William Alanson White Institute

Corresponding author: Kenneth Eisold

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