Depth Psychology

Depth Psychology emphasis is actually an interdisciplinary, cross cultural thirty-six unit curriculum supplying education in the practice, theory, methods and applications of depth psychology. It makes use of depth inquiry, experiential learning and an embodied curriculum to teach its learners in a soulful method.

Depth Psychology utilizes the language of archetypal and Jungian psychology to explore techniques for understanding and working with deep, soulful facets of human life. The program looks into techniques of depth inquiry to explore, access and understand the invisible parts of personal encounter. Students gain experience in dealing with dreams, art process, myth, symbols and group process, story, sacred practices, nature and ritual. Depth Psychology may be employed in one´s private life, in group process, in education, in therapeutic settings, in art groups, in work groups, in personal-growth facilitation and in community-building.


The skills created in the program are helpful for anybody who wishes to work with other people on a deeper level, facilitators and teachers especially. Activists in community work, ecology and rites of passage work, nature-based programs, community ritual and art find how the program inspires them and engages their own initiative.

Depth Perception Psychology

Part of depth-perception psychology is the capability to perceive the distance of an item. You can find a number of things that we utilize to judge how far an object is. A few of these cues could be processed just by one eye, which is why they are known as monocular cues.

The following are a few of the most typical monocular cues:

Relative Size: When two objects are approximately the identical size, the object that seems the largest is going to be judged to be the closest to the observer.

Texture Gradient: Whenever you are looking at an object which extends to the distance, for example a grassy field, the texture gets less and less apparent the farther it goes to the distance.

Motion Parallax: While you are moving, objects which are closer seem to zoom by quicker than do objects within the distance. Whenever you are riding in a car for instance, the close by telephone poles rush through much faster compared to the trees in the distance.