To Russia With Jung

Psychoanalysis went underground in communist Russia - books were hidden, sessions held in secret. In St Petersburg, Chris Ledgard meets Catherine Crowther and Jan Wiener, two British therapists who are helping to re-introduce Jungian analysis to Russian society. Their new Russian colleagues discuss inter-generational clashes, conflicting ideas about the individual in society, and how the modern Russian mind deals with the shadows of the past.

Producer: Chris Ledgard.

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20120917

Psychoanalysis went underground in communist Russia - books were hidden, sessions held in secret. In St Petersburg, Chris Ledgard meets Catherine Crowther and Jan Wiener, two British therapists who are helping to re-introduce Jungian analysis to Russian society. Their new Russian colleagues discuss inter-generational clashes, conflicting ideas about the individual in society, and how the modern Russian mind deals with the shadows of the past.

Producer: Chris Ledgard.

20120917

Psychoanalysis went underground in communist Russia - books were hidden, sessions held in secret. In St Petersburg, Chris Ledgard meets Catherine Crowther and Jan Wiener, two British therapists who are helping to re-introduce Jungian analysis to Russian society. Their new Russian colleagues discuss inter-generational clashes, conflicting ideas about the individual in society, and how the modern Russian mind deals with the shadows of the past.

Producer: Chris Ledgard.

Psychoanalysis went underground in communist Russia - books were hidden, sessions held in secret. In St Petersburg, Chris Ledgard meets Catherine Crowther and Jan Wiener, two British therapists who are helping to re-introduce Jungian analysis to Russian society. Their new Russian colleagues discuss inter-generational clashes, conflicting ideas about the individual in society, and how the modern Russian mind deals with the shadows of the past.

Producer: Chris Ledgard.