M.A. or Ph.D. in
Jungian Psychology:
Interdisciplinary Study of John A. Sanford

(With a Minor in the Jungian-Christian Dialogue)



John A. Sanford

American University of New York

New York City Humanities Institute
All Classes in English


Jungian Psychology:                                            36 credit hrs.


Psy. 1810. Two Essays on Analytic Psychology (Vol. 7. CW)
Psy. 1820. The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious (Vol. 9. I, CW)
Psy. 1830. Aion: Research into the Phenomenology of the Self (Vol. 9. II, CW)
Psy. 1840. Psychology of Religion: East and West (Vol 11. CW)
Psy. 1850. The Symbolic Life (Vol. 18. CW)
Psy. 1860. Mysterium Coniunctionis (Vol. 14. CW)
Psy. 1870. Civilization in Transition (Vol. 10. CW)
Psy. 1880. Psychology of Religion & Mandala (East-West)
Psy. 1890. Memories, Dreams, Reflections


15 Credit hrs. (selected works)


Sanford Studies: With a Minor in the Jungian-Christian Dialogue


Psy. 4390. Dreams: God's Forgotten Language
Psy. 4400. Evil: The Shadow Side of Reality
Psy. 4410. Dreams and Healing: A Succinct and Lively Interpretation of Dreams
Psy. 4420. Psychotherapy
Psy. 4430. Mystical Christianity: A Psychological Commentary on the Gospel of John
Psy. 4440. The Invisible Parents: How the Male and Female in each of Us Affects Our Relationships
Psy. 4450. The Kingdom Within: The Inner Meaning of Jesus Sayings
Psy. 4460. Dreams: Your Royal Road to Healing
Psy. 4470. Fate, Love and Ecstasy: Wisdom from the Lesser Known Goddesses of the Greeks
Psy. 4480. Healing and Wholeness
Psy. 4490. Jung and the Problem of Evil: The Strange Trial of Mr. Hyde
Psy. 4500. King Saul, the Tragic Hero: A Study in Individuation
Psy. 4510. Soul Journey: A Jungian Analyst Looks at Reincarnation
Psy. 4520. Between People: Communicating One-To-One
Psy. 4530. Watres of Darkness
Psy. 4540. The Man Who Lost His Shadow
Psy. 4550. The Man Who Wrestled with God: Light from the Old Testament on the Psychology of Individuation



15 Credit hrs. (selected works)


Thesis Work:

(6 Credit hrs.)



Total: 36 Credit hrs.





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