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Some of the most powerful moments in psychotherapy are not consciously understood, instead they are felt. So too in the cinema our emotional responses are often strong and puzzling. This talk explores how the personal meanings we find in therapy and in films are psychologically illuminating and personally beneficial.
Luke Hockley (PhD) is Professor of Media Analysis at the University of Bedfordshire and President of the North American Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies. Luke is an integrative psychotherapist, with the UKCP and Editor of the International Journal of Jungian Studies. His recent publications include: The Routledge International Handbook of Jungian Film Studies (ed. 2018), Jungian Film Studies: the essential guide (2017, with Dr Bassil-Morozow), and Somatic Cinema: the relationship between body and screen – a Jungian perspective (2014).