What's it like to train as an Analyst? A Clinical Psychiatric Perspective
Clinical Placement in Psychiatry My blog, 'What's it like to train as an Analyst?', is back! A glimpse into the trials and tribulations...
A blog, podcast and individual and workplace transformation service dedicated to exploring the unconscious in the workplace, specifically the dynamics between the individual psyche and the workplace
Bringing an 'irrational' perspective into the rational workplace
The unconscious is an untapped source of personal transformation, it can help you to improve your resilience, better understand yourself and others, develop more effective personal and work-based relationships, find creative solutions to long-standing problems and a source of inspiration, knowledge and wisdom.
The unseen and unknown unconscious dynamics can also have unintended and less constructive, even damaging, consequences for you, the people around you
and the workplace.
I explore the following topics from a Jungian analytical psychology perspective:
◦What's it like to train as an Analyst? What is Jungian Psychology?
◦How to Resolve Workplace Conflict Using The Feeling Function
◦Personality Type and Bureaucracy
◦The Impact of Automation, AI and Robotics on the Personality. The future of the Individual at Work
◦Personality Type and Resistance To Change
◦Personality Type and Transformation
◦Designing Organisations That Enable Individual and Organisational Transformation
◦Individual Psychological Development in the Workplace
◦ Personality and Managerial Leadership Style
◦The Individual Psyche: The Conscious and Unconscious Realm
◦Personality or Psychological Types
◦The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche
◦The Organisational Psyche: The Conscious and Unconscious Realm
◦ Becoming Whole: Personality Transformation