An Analytical Psychology Club Event:
Women and Soul
May 10 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pmPrepaid Cost: $30 – $35 Cost at the Door: $40
Presented by Pamela Freundl Kirst, Ph.D.
“Is it long as a noodle
or fat as an egg? Is it
lumpy like a potato or
ringed like an oak or an
onion and like the onion
the same as you go toward
the core? That would be
suitable, for is it not
the human core and the rest
meant either to keep it
warm or cold depending”
– Philip Levine, Poet
What is soul? How is soul imagined and imaged in our lives and in our dreams? Is there a link between the animus and a woman’s soul, and if so, what might it be? Join us to explore and circumambulate these questions and consider images of soul, with particular attention to woman’s soul.
Pamela Freundl Kirst, Ph.D., is a certified Jungian analyst and clinical psychologist who practices in Santa Monica. She is a writer and photographer and is particularly interested in the creative process and issues connected to the archetypal mother.
Fees for full-time students and seniors (60 or over) will be $5 less than listed just below program description, unless otherwise specified. You must present a copy of your I.D. when at door to be eligible for the reduced tuition.
A refund will be given with, at least, two business days prior notice to the program. No credit for future programs will be given.
Notice can be given by email at email@example.com or by phone at 310-556-1193 ext 221. Please leave a voicemail if the office is closed.