of Presentations - 2020
Friday 7 February,
Rev. Dr. Professor
"The Unconscious Revisited"
at MacKillop House, 50 Archibald St, Lyneham, ACT.
The unconscious was pioneered by Freud and Jung with relevance for
therapy and personal growth. Bruce looked at this concept from a
different perspective that of implicit learning which has considerable
research backing. This has implications for discovering our earliest
spiritual awareness which will also be explored.
Professor Bruce A Stevens (adjunct
CSU; PhD Boston Uni 1987) is the founder of Canberra Clinical and
Forensic Psychology level 10 AMP Building, 1 Hobart Place. He has 25
years of clinical and forensic experience. He convened the clinical
psychology training program at the University of Canberra (2009-2014)
and became a research professor at Charles Sturt University (2015-2019).
Bruce is an endorsed clinical and forensic psychologist who offers
workshops to train practitioners in Australia and overseas. He has
written ten books the most recent is Before Belief: Discovering first
spiritual awareness (Lexington,
Cost: Jung Society members free,
Guests $15, Seniors/Concession $10.
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which aims to provide a contact for people interested in the psychological
insights of Carl Gustav Jung.
Through monthly meetings, workshops, other activities and our library,
we seek to help people to understand their own inner journey and the world
from a Jungian perspective.
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Dickson, ACT 2602.
Updated by Robert James 8th February