Presenter: Stephen Bloch
This seminar will explore Hillman’s central ideas, in particular in his two masterpieces Re-Visioning Psychology and The Dream and the Underworld.
Iconoclastic, contrarian, and provocative Hillman nevertheless remains one of the more significant post-Jungians. This seminar will explore his central ideas, in particular in his two masterpieces Re-Visioning Psychology and The Dream and the Underworld. Emphasis will be placed on the clinical implications of his perspective.
Stephen Bloch is a clinical psychologist and Jungian analyst in Cape Town, South Africa. He is a founding member of the Southern African Association of Jungian Analysts and has served on its Executive Committee, Assessment and Review, Ethics and Library Committees. Stephen has given training seminars on transference and countertransference, dream interpretation, Klein, Winnicott, Bion and Eigen, the psychoanalytic frame, music and psychoanalysis, embodiment, psychotherapy and the meditating patient. He has published papers and review and co-edited with Paul Ashton MUSIC AND PSYCHE (Spring Publications, 2010) and with Loray Daws of festschrift for Michael Eigen entitled LIVING MOMENTS; PAPERS IN HONOUR OF MICHAEL EIGEN (Karnac, 2015).