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Norton, J. (2008). Part Two: The Development and Implementation of the Australian and New Zealand Songlines and Haerenga training Model. J. Anal. Psychol., 53(1):71-89.

(2008). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 53(1):71-89

Part Two: The Development and Implementation of the Australian and New Zealand Songlines and Haerenga training Model

Joy Norton

The Songlines and Haerenga model of training is imbued with the spirit of journeys, of movement and return. The structure of the training takes participants on a journey across the external landscape, away from the familiar to the unknown places where collective stories are shared and grow, where a variety of traditions are honoured, and different songs resonate through the movement of participants creating a new ANZSJA rhythm. An inner journey moves through psyche.

(ANZSJA Training Manual 2006)

Introduction

This paper offers a description of the current model of analytic training developed by the C.G. Jung Institute in Australia and New Zealand, the training arm of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Jungian Analysts (ANZSJA).

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