Friday 5 March: 8pm
At Mackillop House Conference Centre,
50 Archibald Street, Lyneham
“Where in the Brain is Jung?”
The title of this talk comes from a play on the words
“Where in the world is Wally?”. In
these books, children are asked to find a small picture of “Wally” within
the chaos of other images.
It seems that the same strategy can
be applied when Jung’s concepts of psychological structures are mapped over
the burgeoning research findings about the function of the brain. From
recent professional development workshops that Carolyn has attended, an
interest has been sparked for exploring this topic.
Carolyn will aim to use simple
explanations from modern brain research to explain the development and
workings of the psyche. Through group discussion it may be possible to
uncover the extent to which overlap occurs between scientific discoveries
and Jung’s concepts for psychological strategies
used by all human beings.
Carolyn Rolls is a psychologist who has worked in the area of child
development for more than 30 years.
She has relied on Jungian concepts
to explain behaviours of children
and to help parents in their task
for raising mentally healthy individuals.