BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//The C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles - ECPv6.0.1//NONSGML v1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:The C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles X-ORIGINAL-URL:https://junginla.org X-WR-CALDESC:Events for The C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles REFRESH-INTERVAL;VALUE=DURATION:PT1H X-Robots-Tag:noindex X-PUBLISHED-TTL:PT1H BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/Los_Angeles BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:-0800 TZOFFSETTO:-0700 TZNAME:PDT DTSTART:20220313T100000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:-0700 TZOFFSETTO:-0800 TZNAME:PST DTSTART:20221106T090000 END:STANDARD BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:-0800 TZOFFSETTO:-0700 TZNAME:PDT DTSTART:20230312T100000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:-0700 TZOFFSETTO:-0800 TZNAME:PST DTSTART:20231105T090000 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220924T093000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221203T160000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220728T225342Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220902T204258Z UID:261244-1664011800-1670083200@junginla.org SUMMARY:Zoom Only-Jungian Sandplay\, Unit 1 Origins of Jungian Sandplay DESCRIPTION:For more information on the complete Jungian Sandplay Training Program\, please visit https://junginla.org/events/sandplay2022-2023/ \nUnit 1 / Seminar 1: Saturday\, September 24\, 2022; 9:30 am – 4:00 pm \nHistory and Introduction to Sandplay\nPresented by Gita Morena\, PhD\, LMFT\, CST-T\, and Elizabeth Schofield-Bickford\, LMFT\, CST\nGuest Speaker: Harriet Friedman\, LMFT\, CST-T   \nThis seminar is a comprehensive introduction to the origins of Jungian sandplay. It will focus on sandplay’s history and Jungian underpinnings\, as well as its application in clinical situations with children and adults. The course will include a discussion of the role of symbols in psychotherapy and sandplay\, an identification of therapeutic change as seen in sandplay scenes\, and the similarities and differences between sandplay and other treatment approaches. Building and maintaining a sandplay collection\, keeping notes\, and creating photos will be addressed\, as well as how sandplay can be integrated with other treatment modalities. A discussion with STA founding member and Jungian analyst Harriet Friedman and a presentation of sandplay case material complete the day. \nLearning Objectives:   \n\nDescribe the origins of sandplay therapy.\nCompare sandplay to sandtray therapy.\nIdentify the theoretical underpinnings of Jungian sandplay.\nExplain the therapist’s role in sandplay therapy.\nDescribe the benefits of creating a“free and protected space.”\nDescribe the process of keeping photos\, notes\, and organizing materials.\n\nGita  Morena\, PhD\, LMFT\, CST-T\, is a certified Jungian analyst\, an STA/ISST sandplay therapist-teacher\, and a research editor for the Journal of Sandplay Therapy. She has led trainings and seminars around the world and published numerous articles about sandplay therapy.  Her book\, The Wisdom of Oz: Reflections of a Jungian Sandplay Psychotherapist\, explores her great grandfather’s story\, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz as a tale of psychological individuation and spiritual awak­ening. She is particularly inter­ested in the mind-body-spirit connection and incorporates a Buddhist perspective to address core issues of psycho­logical and emotional healing. Currently\, Dr. Morena works from her home office in Santa Monica and offers in-person and remote sessions for Jungian analysis\, sandplay process\, and case consultation. \nElizabeth Schofield-Bickford\, LMFT\, CST\, is a certified Child and Adult Jungian Analyst member of the CG Jung Institute of Los Angeles and a Certified Sandplay Therapist STA/ISST. She is Director of the Hilde Kirsch Children’s Center at the Jung Institute in Los Angeles. She facilitated a group entitled Animal Symbolism in Dreams as part of the Public Programs at the LA Institute.  Her article Dying to be An Analyst was published in Psychological Perspectives in 2020. She taught Working with Children as part of the Institute’s Certificate Program. She has a private practice in Santa Monica where she works with children and adults. \nHarriet S. Friedman\, MA\, MFT\, CST-T\, is a licensed marriage and family therapist and Jungian Analyst in private practice in West Los Angeles. A founding member of Sandplay Therapists of America\, Board Member of the International Society of Sandplay Therapy\, she has also served on the Board of the Jung Institute of Los Angeles\, and Director of the Hilde Kirsch Children’s Center. She is co-author with Rie Rogers Mitchell of Sandplay: Past\, Present and Future and Supervision of Sandplay Therapy and published numerous journal articles and book chapters.  She serves on the faculty at the Jung Institute of Los Angeles and has lectured nationally and internationally on integrating sandplay and Jungian psychology. \n \nUnit 1 / Seminar 2: Saturday\, October 29\, 2022; 9:30 am – 4:00 pm \nUnderstanding the Sandplay Process\nPresented by Gita Morena\, PhD\, LMFT\, CST-T and Elizabeth Schofield-Bickford\, LMFT\, CST   \nParticipants will learn how to introduce sandplay into a therapeutic session\, as well as understand the significance of initial trays. Different approaches for interpreting the progression of trays in a sandplay process will be discussed\, along with Martin Kalff’s “Twenty Points to be Considered in the Interpretation of a Sandplay\,” and Rie Rogers Mitchell and Harriet Friedman’s identification of wounding and healing themes. Issues surrounding the training of sandplay therapists and ethical considerations for case presentations and supervision will also be included. \nLearning Objectives: \n\nDescribe primary characteristics of the sandplay process.\nDescribe how sandplay can be beneficial in clinical practice.\nGive an example of when it would be appropriate to introduce sandplay in psychotherapy with adults.\nGive an example of healing themes in the context of sandplay therapy.\nGive an example of how themes of wounding can be seen in a sandplay tray.\nDescribe the characteristics and importance of the initial tray.\n\nGita  Morena\, PhD\, LMFT\, CST-T\, is a certified Jungian analyst\, an STA/ISST sandplay therapist-teacher\, and a research editor for the Journal of Sandplay Therapy. She has led trainings and seminars around the world and published numerous articles about sandplay therapy.  Her book\, The Wisdom of Oz: Reflections of a Jungian Sandplay Psychotherapist\, explores her great grandfather’s story\, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz as a tale of psychological individuation and spiritual awak­ening. She is particularly inter­ested in the mind-body-spirit connection and incorporates a Buddhist perspective to address core issues of psycho­logical and emotional healing. Currently Dr. Morena works from her home office in Santa Monica and offers in-person and remote sessions for Jungian analysis\, sandplay process\, and case consultation. \nElizabeth Schofield-Bickford\, LMFT\, CST\, is a certified Child and Adult Jungian Analyst member of the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles and a Certified Sandplay Therapist STA/ISST. She is Director of the Hilde Kirsch Children’s Center at the Jung Institute in Los Angeles. She facilitated a group entitled Animal Symbolism in Dreams as part of the Public Programs at the LA Institute. Her article Dying to be An Analyst was published in Psychological Perspectives in 2020. She taught Working with Children as part of the Institute’s Certificate Program. She has a private practice in Santa Monica where she works with children and adults. \n \nUnit 1 / Seminar 3: Saturday\, December 3\, 2022; 9:30 am – 4:00 pm \nThe Language of Symbols\nPresented by Marion Anderson\, PhD\, CST-T   \nIn this final seminar for the Origins of Jungian Sandplay series\, important symbols\, and categories for the creation of a sandplay collection will be discussed. The Jungian definition of a symbol\, its roots in the archetypes\, and its role as an expression of the psyche will be addressed\, along with case vignettes to illustrate how symbols facilitate the connection of conscious and unconscious material. An experiential component will be included to demonstrate the personal and collective aspects of symbols and show how the process of amplification and association is necessary for understanding symbolic material. Finally\, we briefly will reflect on the relationship of the sandplay therapist to the figures that appear in the case material. \nLearning Objectives:   \n\nDescribe the differences between symbol and sign in Jungian psychology.\nExplain the role of the symbol in Jungian psychology.\nIdentify the importance of symbols for sandplay.\nDescribe the archetypal roots and collective use of small figurines.\nCompare the different levels of interpretation of a symbol.\nAnalyze the personal and therapeutic components of a sandplay collection.\n\nMarion Anderson\, PhD\, is a clinical psychologist\, certified Jungian analyst (CGJLA/IAAP)\, and certified sandplay therapist and teacher (STA/ISST). She teaches sandplay and Jungian theory at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles where she also regularly offers workshops on painting inner images. A native German she is a founding member of the sandplay society in Brazil where she lived and practiced as a clinical psychologist for 13 years before her move to the USA. She teaches and lectures nationally and internationally and published several articles in The Journal of Sandplay Therapy and elsewhere. She practices as a clinical psychologist in private practice in Santa Monica. URL:https://junginla.org/event/jungian-sandplay-unit-1-origins-of-jungian-sandplay/ LOCATION:Zoom Meeting – Link will be emailed to participants. CATEGORIES:Featured Program,Public Program,Public Programs ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png:https://assets.junginla.org/uploads/2018/08/Sandplay_CDcvr21-copy.png ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220924T143000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20230520T163000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220802T174149Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220816T190820Z UID:261266-1664029800-1684600200@junginla.org SUMMARY:2022-2023 HKCC Child Study Group Meeting DESCRIPTION:Presenter: Elizabeth Schofield-Bickford\, MFT \n7 Saturdays: September 24\, November 19\, 2022. January 21\, February 25\, March 25\, April 22\, May 20\, 2023. (Dates are subject to change. Please check Elizabeth’s announcements in the Friday Institute email before scheduled meetings to be sure that the date is still the same.) \nTime: 2:30 — 4:30 p.m. \nHeld on Zoom. \nOpen to candidates\, analysts\, interns\, and interested others.9 \nContinuing Education: A maximum of 14 CE credits can be earned\, based on attendance \n  \nThis training year we will read Vol. 1 of the Collected Works of Marie-Louise von Franz\, Archetypal Symbols in Fairytales: The Profane and Magical Worlds. (Chiron Publications\, 2021). In this volume\, von Franz amplifies several motifs to highlight “how the storyline in fairytales have preserved the character of the land of soul… The transition from everyday life\, that is\, the realm of normal consciousness\, to the numinous otherworld\, is particularly portrayed in the account of the acts that take place in the magical arena.” (From the Introduction). Clinical illustrations from our practice and personal lives\, especially related to children\, adolescents\, and the young parts within\, will be encouraged to facilitate integration of theory with practice. \n  \nPlease contact HKCC Director\, Elizabeth Schofield-Bickford at 310-226-7066 or\, \nesbmft@earthlink.net if you wish to participate in the Child Study Group. You do not have to be working with children or adolescents to join this reading group\, nor do you need to attend every meeting. Everyone is welcome. \n  \nLearning Objectives: \nThis seminar is designed to help you: \n\nDefine the term archetype.\nExplain the difference between magical and profane realms.\nCompare and contrast legends and fairytales.\nDescribe the structure of a fairytale.\nAmplify the meaning of archetypal symbol in a fairytale.\nDiscuss the significance of numbers in fairytales.\nExplain how the analysis of fairytales can deepen our understanding of psychological processes.\nDefine the term motif.\nDiscuss and give examples of how fairytales express the collective unconscious.\n Identify how Jung’s concept of the Self emerges in fairytales.\n Give examples and discuss the use of fairytales in clinical practice.\n Identify complexes represented in fairytales.\n Discuss common themes in fairytales across cultures.\n Differentiate between the personal and archetypal.\n\n  \n  URL:https://junginla.org/event/2022-2023-hkcc-child-study-group-meeting/ LOCATION:C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles\, 10349 West Pico Blvd.\, Los Angeles\, CA\, 90064\, United States CATEGORIES:Electives,Training ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org GEO:34.0475043;-118.4156941 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles 10349 West Pico Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90064 United States;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=10349 West Pico Blvd.:geo:-118.4156941,34.0475043 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20220929T153000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221027T173000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20211221T003629Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220713T180140Z UID:257901-1664465400-1666891800@junginla.org SUMMARY:Zoom Only: Finding One's Path: A Painting Workshop DESCRIPTION:Presented by Marion Anderson\, Ph.D. \n5 Thursdays: September 29\, October 6\, 13\, 20\, 27\, 2022 –  3:30 – 5:30 pm \n“The goal is important only as an idea; the essential thing is the opus: that is the goal of a lifetime.”  C.G. Jung\,  CW 16 §400\n\nPainting inner images is a form of active imagination that gives form to inner experience. In this 5-part workshop series\, participants will be invited to draw from personal and archetypal symbols related to the theme of the path\, which will be represented through painting. In this hands-on workshop\, the struggle with brushes and paper will be encouraged as a means to elaborate on symbols that might spontaneously present themselves during the painting process\, revealing the hidden potential to ourselves.\n\nThis workshop does not require any artistic training or capacities and is for adults only.\n  \nLearning Objectives:\n\nDescribe the differences between Active Imagination and painting inner images.\nGive an example of when it would be therapeutically appropriate to incorporate active imagination.\nDemonstrate how symbolic content can be expressed through painting images of the unconscious.\nDescribe how evoking symbols from the unconscious can have a healing effect.\nDescribe how this technique can be helpful during times of emotional transition.\nDescribe factors\, which contribute to the development of a symbolic attitude.\nDescribe how creating an image with the hands can evoke a more active attitude.\nDescribe how bringing unconscious images into consciousness can be used to strengthen ego development.\nDescribe the evolution of symbols over a period of guided imagery.\nDescribe how to amplify an image within a group process.\n\nMarion Anderson\, Ph.D.\, is a clinical psychologist and Jungian analyst at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles. At the moment\, she sees clients online and has a private practice in Santa Monica where she works with adults who suffer from anxiety\, depression\, trauma\, cultural adaptation\, and major life transitions. Dr. Anderson is also a certified sandplay therapist and speaks German\, English\, and Portuguese. URL:https://junginla.org/event/path22/ LOCATION:Zoom Meeting – Link will be emailed to participants. CATEGORIES:Featured Program,Public Program,Public Programs ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://assets.junginla.org/uploads/2021/12/aras-p.jpg ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221002T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221002T160000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220727T214003Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220727T214003Z UID:261232-1664719200-1664726400@junginla.org SUMMARY:In-Person + Zoom:Open House for Analyst Training Program DESCRIPTION:Join host Sheila Traviss on Sunday\, October 2nd at 2:00 PM (PST) for a virtual and in-person (at this time) Open House with a panel of candidates and analysts to share the myriad life experiences\, and clinical work that led them to the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles. \nHearing from current candidates and those who have been recently certified provides a rich picture of what our analytical training program offers. We will share how the program has expanded our lives and answer any questions you may have regarding our experiences. It will also be a platform for you to explore and share what is calling you to deepen your experience of Psyche. Our discussants have a wide range of specialties\, including school psychologist\, substance treatment\, complex trauma work\, social work\, business management\, and guided imagery\, and all hold a passion for depth psychotherapy. We look forward to meeting you! URL:https://junginla.org/event/oh-2022/ LOCATION:Hybrid : Zoom (link will be sent to you separately) + C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles\, 10349 West Pico Blvd.\, Los Angeles\, CA\, 90064\, United States CATEGORIES:Featured Program,Public Program,Public Programs ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://assets.junginla.org/uploads/2016/09/Institute.jpg ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221006T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221006T203000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220629T224735Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220907T010854Z UID:260667-1665082800-1665088200@junginla.org SUMMARY:Zoom Only: A Writer's Group for Women DESCRIPTION:Presented by Sheila Traviss\, L.M.F.T. – Limited Enrolment. \n9 Thursdays: Thursdays\, October 6\, 13\, 27\,  November 3\, 10\, 17\, December 1\, 8\, 15\, 2022 – 7:00 – 8:30 pm Pacific Time\n1 Friday: Friday\, October 21\, 2022 – 7:00 – 8:30 pm Pacific Time\nRegistration for series only.  \nIn this writer’s group\, limited to 12 women\, we will utilize Jungian concepts as prompts to explore personal narratives in a safe and non-judgmental atmosphere. Some of the topics to be covered will include personal experiences of persona\, archetypal patterns\, the complexes of father\, mother\, and power\, the splits between good and evil\, identifying shadow\, amplifying soul\, and experiences with the collective. \nSheila Traviss\, LMFT\, is a Jungian analyst in private practice in Pasadena and has been a member of a woman’s writing group for over 20 years. As a past board member of the Group Psychotherapy Association of California\, she has a particular interest in creating groups that are safe\, sustainable\, joyful\, and vibrant. URL:https://junginla.org/event/writersgroup-2022/ LOCATION:Zoom Meeting – Link will be emailed to participants. CATEGORIES:Featured Program,Public Program,Public Programs ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://assets.junginla.org/uploads/2022/06/aras-sesheta.jpg ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221008T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221008T130000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220919T211118Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220919T211118Z UID:262055-1665219600-1665234000@junginla.org SUMMARY:JP-The Relationship between the Ego and the Unconscious DESCRIPTION:Presented by J. Gordon Nelson\, Ph.D. \nThe development of the personality is an interplay between the internal and external forces which shape a sense of self\, which we simultaneously create and find ourselves to be.  We will examine the basics of these internal structures from a Jungian perspective\, including the shadow\, anima/animus\, instinctual and spiritual complexes\, and the forces which activate them from a personal and archetypal perspective. Together these conscious building blocks can guide us toward a sense of wholeness and psychological integration. \nLearning Objectives: \n\nGive an example of the shadow from an intra-psychic perspective contrasted  with that of the shadow in relationship to an external person.\nGive an example of how a complex can express itself in a social relationship.\nDescribe what is meant by the terms: animus and anima.\nGive an example of how the anima or the animus can become problematic in an intimate relationship.\n\nJ. Gordon Nelson\, Ph.D.\, is a Jungian analyst and educational psychologist in Santa Monica. He has taught the complete C. G. Jung Collected Works Reading Program many times\, as well as many individual training courses on Jung at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles\, and at other professional psychology graduate schools. He is a past president of the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles and former Chair of its Certifying Board for new analysts. URL:https://junginla.org/event/jp-the-relationship-between-the-ego-and-the-unconscious/ LOCATION:Zoom Meeting – Link will be emailed to participants. ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221009T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221023T130000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220629T223758Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220707T193715Z UID:260665-1665309600-1666530000@junginla.org SUMMARY:In-Person Only: Discovering the Self through the Mandala DESCRIPTION:3 Sundays: October 9\, 16\,  23\,  2022; 10:00 am – 1:00 pm – Limited enrolment. \nPresented by Susan Frankel\, Ph.D. and Mai Breech\, Psy.D. \nJung’s capacity for creative expression both enlivened and informed his relationship with the unconscious throughout his lifetime.  Perhaps one of the most profound discoveries was the art of mandala making as a tool to develop a more conscious relationship with his internal world\, which proved invaluable during a particularly challenging time in his personal life.  Each class in this series will include a theoretical perspective of Jung’s work\, followed by an experiential portion in which participants will have the opportunity to create their own mandala as a form of personal expression. \nFor those who have taken this class prior\, there will be an opportunity for you to deepen your work with the mandala with additional techniques including usage of more advanced templates\, and/or designing your own mandala utilizing sacred geometry.\n \nLearning Objectives:  \n\nDescribe what Jung meant by the Self and its role in the analytic process;\nDescribe Jung’s theories about the role of the mandala as a symbol of psychological wholeness;\nDescribe the functions of the mandala in different cultures and how mandala making is utilized symbolically to help individuals restore a sense of internal balance;\nDescribe how Jung used the mandala as a way of gaining a greater psychological understanding of himself;\nDescribe the significance Jung placed on mandalas when they appeared in the dreams of his patients;\nDescribe how the act of mandala making can be utilized to help patients identify unconscious conflicts;\nGive an example of how mandala making can reflect a parallel process to the patient’s analytic work;\nGive an example of when it would be appropriate to introduce mandala making in the course of treatment;\nGive an example of how to evaluate the effectiveness of using mandala work with a client.\n\nSusan Frankel\, J.D.\, Ph.D.\, is a Jungian analyst in practice in Century City. She practiced law for seven years before returning to graduate school in psychology. Her interests include working with trauma\, infant observation\, and intersubjective transference/countertransference. She has lectured both locally and nationally on the use of infant observation with adult patients. \nMai Breech\, Psy.D.\, is a therapist\, lecturer\, and artist. Her main area of therapeutic focus and research has been on childhood developmental trauma and attachment. Mai has been a mandala artist for over 17 years. She is currently in private practice working with children and adults in Santa Monica as well as completing her post-doctorate clinical work at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles. Mai received her Psy.D. from Pacifica Graduate Institute. URL:https://junginla.org/event/mandala-2022-2/ LOCATION:C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles\, 10349 West Pico Blvd.\, Los Angeles\, CA\, 90064\, United States CATEGORIES:Featured Program,Public Program,Public Programs ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://assets.junginla.org/uploads/2022/06/IMG_6542.jpg ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org GEO:34.0475043;-118.4156941 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles 10349 West Pico Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90064 United States;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=10349 West Pico Blvd.:geo:-118.4156941,34.0475043 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221015T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221015T120000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220824T190012Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220908T004235Z UID:261500-1665824400-1665835200@junginla.org SUMMARY:JaH: Jung's Unique Psychology 10/15/22 DESCRIPTION:A Saturday Lecture with J. Gary Sparks\, B.Sc.\, M.Div.\, M.A. \nThe presentation will explore an overview of how Jung’s psychology developed over the course of his lifetime\, focusing on his understanding of psychological transformation\, beginning with his personal crisis (1913 –1928) through his last mature writing (1951 – 1954). In our discussion\, we will address some of the ways in which Jungian psychology can facilitate healing for the individual on a personal as well as a collective level. \nJ. Gary Sparks\, B.Sc.\, M.Div.\, M.A.\, is a graduate of Bucknell University in Lewisburg\, PA; the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley\, CA; and the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich\, Switzerland. He is the author of At the Heart of Matter: Synchronicity and Jung’s Spiritual Testament (2007)\, Valley of Diamonds: Adventures in Number and Time with Marie-Louise von Franz (2009)\, Carl Jung and Arnold Toynbee: The Social Meaning Work (2017)\, and also co-editor of Edward F. Edinger’s Science of the Soul (2002) and Ego and Self: The Old Testament Prophets (2000). Based in Indianapolis\, he is widely known for his lectures and seminars on the significance and application of Jungian psychology. URL:https://junginla.org/event/jah-jungs-unique-psychology-10-15-22/ LOCATION:Zoom Meeting – Link will be emailed to participants. ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png:https://assets.junginla.org/uploads/2018/06/RBs.png ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221019T193000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221019T213000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220705T221408Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220927T233431Z UID:260788-1666207800-1666215000@junginla.org SUMMARY:Zoom Only: Revisiting Individuation\, Heroism and the Feminine DESCRIPTION:Presented by Susan Rowland\, Ph.D. \nJung portrayed individuation as beginning with the death of the hero\, whose attitudes of power and destruction have long dominated our culture. In contrast\, his views of feminine consciousness suggest that a less ego-centric\, dogmatic\, and euro-centric orientation can contribute toward a more collective mode of individuation.  In this workshop\, we will study the novel\, The Sacred Well Murders which utilizes Jungian active imagination and amplification during the pandemic\, as a means of understanding pre-patriarchial individuation myths\, such as those of the Holy Grail and the Well Maidens of Logres.  Participants are encouraged to read the novel ahead of the lecture to facilitate discussion of how its feminine heroism arises from and responds to pandemic conditions and climate anxiety.\n\n The Sacred Well Murders by Susan Rowland can be purchased through our institute bookstore here. \n  \nLearning Objectives: \n\n\nDescribe the importance of the death of the hero in Jungian psychology.\nGive an example of the expression of the feminine in one of its many plural forms.\nDistinguish the destructive\, contemporary expression of the masculine archetype from the emerging feminine expression of consciousness.\nDistinguish between a collective mode of individuation versus an ego-centric mode of individuation.\n\n\nSusan Rowland\, Ph.D.\, is core faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute\, California\, and founding chair of the International Association for Jungian Studies (IAJS). She has published extensively on Jung\, gender\, literature\, and detective fiction. Her books include Jung: A Feminist Revision (2002)\, The Ecocritical Psyche (2012)\, Jungian Literary Criticism: The Essential Guide (2019)\, Jungian Arts-based Research and the Nuclear Enchantment of New Mexico (2021). Her Jungian arts-based research is writing the Mary Wandwalker detective novels. URL:https://junginla.org/event/individuation/ LOCATION:C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles\, 10349 West Pico Blvd.\, Los Angeles\, CA\, 90064\, United States CATEGORIES:Featured Program,Public Program,Public Programs ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://assets.junginla.org/uploads/2022/07/SR-well.jpg ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org GEO:34.0475043;-118.4156941 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles 10349 West Pico Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90064 United States;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=10349 West Pico Blvd.:geo:-118.4156941,34.0475043 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221020T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221020T213000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220802T181714Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220816T212817Z UID:261283-1666292400-1666301400@junginla.org SUMMARY:Analytic Forum: Poor Little Rich Girl DESCRIPTION:Presenter: Sheila Traviss\, \nThursday\, October 20\, 2022. \nTime: Refreshments at 7:00 p.m./ Presentation 7:30 p.m.—9:30 p.m. \nHeld in the Kirsch Lecture Room. \nRequired of candidates in all stages of training. \nPlease register with the office so that we have adequate seating. \nContinuing Education: A maximum of 2 CE credits can be earned\, based on attendance. \n  \nMy control work involved a patient who was seen by the collective as successful\, attractive\, and full of potential but felt like a failure. She had vast wealth but felt unworthy to use her inherited resources. Her devouring mother left her feeling as if she had nothing\, and no matter how much success she achieved she was always hungry for more of what could never truly nourish her. My control patient\, as will be illustrated by her initial dream\, was unable to contain herself. \n  \nIn the forum I will discuss how my uncontained patient initially needed me to be her container and how this necessitated the confrontation of my own devouring mother complex. I will illustrate the deep unconscious connections between the patient and myself and how it came to light by way of numerous synchronistic events. I will illustrate\, by way of the patient’s dream material\, how she slowly began the process of integrating lost parts of her self. The work with this patient was truly as Jung described in Psychology of the Transference\, para. 358\, “When two chemical substances combine\, both are altered\, this is precisely what happens in the transference.” \n  \nLearning Objectives: \nThis presentation is designed to help you: \n\nIdentify envy in the transference.\nDescribe the effect of the analyst’s complex on the analysis. URL:https://junginla.org/event/analytic-forum-poor-little-rich-girl/ LOCATION:C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles\, 10349 West Pico Blvd.\, Los Angeles\, CA\, 90064\, United States CATEGORIES:Analytic Forum,Training ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org GEO:34.0475043;-118.4156941 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles 10349 West Pico Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90064 United States;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=10349 West Pico Blvd.:geo:-118.4156941,34.0475043 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221022T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221022T130000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220706T205834Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220908T004554Z UID:260802-1666432800-1666443600@junginla.org SUMMARY:Edith Sullwold Memorial Lecture:Zoom Only: A Jungian Approach to Spontaneous Drawings: A Window to the Soul DESCRIPTION:Presented by Patricia Ann Elwood \nThis lecture is based on the Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche as proposed by Carl Jung. This experiential workshop is aimed at providing a tool for all those working in education\, the helping professions\, and for those interested in understanding the basics of a Jungian approach. It offers a simple and accessible method beyond rational thinking for all personality types and is especially useful for those working with children and adolescents. \nNote: Please make sure you have access to paper\, pencil\, crayons\, and/or markers for use in this workshop. \nLearning Objectives: \n\n\nDiscuss Jung’s basic concepts as applied to spontaneous drawing.\nList three anthropological themes one could encounter in spontaneous drawing.\nDefine the role of instinct in spontaneous drawing.\nGive three examples of things to observe in a drawing.\n\n\nPatricia Anne Elwood is a Child\, Adolescent\, and Adult Jungian Analyst. Patricia did her analytic training at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich and trained in Sandplay with Dora Kalff. A teacher\, author\, lecturer\, and researcher\, Patricia has always been passionate about Jung’s own approach to spontaneity and the direct access it provides to the unconscious. She discovered that spontaneous drawing leads to the unexpected revelations beyond the conscious\, thinking mind and this became her field of exploration over several decades. She lives and practices in Lausanne\, Switzerland. URL:https://junginla.org/event/edith-sullwold-2022/ LOCATION:Zoom Meeting – Link will be emailed to participants. CATEGORIES:Featured Program,Public Program,Public Programs ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://assets.junginla.org/uploads/2022/07/Elw.jpg ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221119T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221119T130000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220715T230154Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220908T004502Z UID:261052-1668852000-1668862800@junginla.org SUMMARY:Zoom Only: I’ve Got a Bad Feeling About This DESCRIPTION:Presented by Steve Galipeau\, M.A.\, M.Div. \nIn the original Star Wars trilogy when faced with a challenging situation\, several characters are moved to say: “I’ve got a bad feeling about this!”  In our own age the same can be said for many of us as we are confronted with the deadly horrible realities of our times\, from the pandemic now in its third year\, the life-threatening consequences of climate change\, the senseless brutal killing of Ukrainians\, the mass shootings in our own country\, and the new threats to women’s rights\, to name just a few. How do we face such issues\, especially as Jung has pointed out that the feeling function is the least developed psychological function in our culture? How do we honor feelings and the feeling function in such troubled times? \nLearning Objectives: \n\nDescribe events that are disturbing the psychological equilibrium of people in our culture.\nDescribe the dilemmas individuals endure facing ongoing cultural trauma.\nDescribe the evolution in the understanding and development of the feeling function in Jungian psychology.\n\nSteven Galipeau\, M. A.\, M. Div. is a Jungian analyst in private practice in Calabasas\, California\, and President of Coldwater Counseling Center\, a Jungian-oriented sliding scale nonprofit in Studio City. He is the author of The Journey of Luke Skywalker: An Analysis of Modern Myth and Symbol and Transforming Body and Soul: Therapeutic Wisdom in the Gospel Healing Stories. An analyst member of the C. G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles he serves on the faculty of the analyst training program and frequently lectures in public programs. URL:https://junginla.org/event/swfeeling/ LOCATION:Zoom Meeting – Link will be emailed to participants. CATEGORIES:Featured Program,Public Program,Public Programs ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://assets.junginla.org/uploads/2022/07/rbi.jpeg ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221120T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221120T150000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220705T185425Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220712T181512Z UID:260778-1668938400-1668956400@junginla.org SUMMARY:Zoom Only: The Passionate Body: HIV/AIDS as Cultural Complex DESCRIPTION:Program: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm\, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm / Lunch break: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm.  \nPresented by Paul Attinello\, Ph.D. \nViral invasion\, infection anxiety\, illness\, and death returning to the contemporary world–HIV/AIDS has been an intensely charged crisis in sexuality\, medical awareness\, and our relationship to sickness and death for forty years\, and continues to be an ongoing disaster in many parts of the world. I will approach AIDS as a series of dense cultural complexes\, all combining ancient roots with modern patterns\, some of which have reappeared in the COVID pandemic. The archetypal narrative of the experience of HIV/AIDS as it exists in the ego\, in the imagination\, in the body\, and in politics\, links the unapproachable intensity of early death tied to physical passion. The passionate body is a generating focus – the body that desires\, that is erotic – which is also the body that wants to live\, that battles and demonstrates and engages with contagion\, rot\, and disintegration. \nLearning Objectives \n\n\nDescribe the mental health impact on those diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.\n\n\nGive an example of a cultural complex associated with illness\, infection\, and sexuality.\n\n\nDistinguish between complexes related to HIV/AIDS and those related to COVID.\n\n\nIdentify transference and countertransference in relation to the fear of death\, existential anxieties\, and individuation.\n\n\nPaul Attinello\, Ph.D.\,  is a Jungian analyst in private practice who has taught at Newcastle University\, the University of Hong Kong\, and UCLA. He received his Ph.D. from UCLA and diploma as an analyst from the C. G. Jung Institute in Zürich. He has lived and worked on four continents\, been involved in creative and academic events and projects\, and is co-founder of the Psychosocial Wednesdays seminar series. He has been a person with HIV since the early 1980s and has worked with HIV groups and programs in several countries. He is published in essay collections\, journals\, and reference works\, including the groundbreaking Queering the Pitch: The New Lesbian & Gay Musicology\, writing on contemporary musics\, the culture of AIDS\, and psychological and philosophical topics. \n(Image:  ‘Reflections of You’\, by Jack Carroll\, 1989) URL:https://junginla.org/event/passionatebody/ LOCATION:Zoom Meeting – Link will be emailed to participants. CATEGORIES:Featured Program,Public Program,Public Programs ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://assets.junginla.org/uploads/2022/07/thumbnail_Jack-Carroll-Reflections-of-You.jpg ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20230108T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20230513T170000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220802T180614Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220816T212643Z UID:261276-1673164800-1683997200@junginla.org SUMMARY:THE 1619 PROJECT: A NEW ORIGIN STORY DESCRIPTION:Presenters: Athena Carrillo\, L.M.F.T. and Cydny Rothe\, L.C.S.W. \n5 Saturdays: January 28\, February 18\, March 18\, April 8\, May 13\, 2023 \nHeld on Zoom. \nOpen to Candidates and interns only. \nContinuing Education: There are no CE credits available for this reading group. \n  \nThe murder of George Floyd in 2020 shook the world; it deeply penetrated the collective psyche and stirred a call to awareness of trauma and violence that had remained\, for many\, hidden in the unconscious. It was an example of what Sam Kimbles\, San Francisco Jungian analyst\, has called a ‘phantom narrative:’ an appearance of a collective complex from out of the cultural unconscious that asks us to engage business not yet finished. It awakened a new energy\, one represented in Jung’s image of a lightning bolt that pierces a rock\, an image that suggests the activating power of the unconscious to set in motion a journey to consciousness. This awakening energy may press upon us a sense of obligation that something requires our life energy. The collective trauma and subsequent dissociation from the impact of enslavement presses for consciousness and integration. Our Jungian community continues to heed this call. In this spirit\, we will read selected chapters from Nicole Hannah-Jones’\, The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story. In addition to the reading\, participants will be invited to share artistic expressions in contemporary life that manifest current struggles/awareness around racialization. We will attempt to track the tension between the desire to bring consciousness to trauma within the collective psyche and the compelling forces to keep that trauma hidden. \n  \n  \n  \n  URL:https://junginla.org/event/the-1619-project-a-new-origin-story/ LOCATION:Zoom Meeting – Link will be emailed to participants. CATEGORIES:Electives,Training ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20230108T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20230108T150000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220802T180006Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220816T212544Z UID:261273-1673172000-1673190000@junginla.org SUMMARY:WORKING WITH DEATH-RELATED DREAMS DESCRIPTION:Presenter: Marybeth Carter\, Ph.D. \nSunday\, January 8\, 2023 \nTime: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. \nHeld in the Kirsch Lecture Room / Zoom depending on the coronavirus situation. \nOpen to Candidates and Interns. \nContinuing Education: A maximum of 4 CE credits can be earned\, based on attendance. \n  \n“Dreams are the letters that the soul writes to us every night” \n(M-L von Franz\, 1988\, in The Way of the Dream). \n  \nIn Jung’s view\, dreams are psychic activity from the unconscious that is compensatory to the conscious attitude — they balance psychic one-sidedness. In this way\, dreams function to aid the process of individuation including the event called ‘death\,’ which Jung theorized is the goal of life. Dying has its onset long before ‘death’ occurs and sometimes dreams are received to help us become conscious of this impending event (Vol. 8\, para 809). This workshop will explore recognizing and interpreting death dreams with examples from Jung in Man and His Symbols and Marie-Louise von Franz in On Dreams and Death. We will then explore death and dying dreams brought into the contemporary clinical setting as a way to better understand how to interpret dreams and the individuation process. Clinicians will develop practical skills to deepen their ability to work with their clientele’s psychological issues and content related to death and dying. \n  \nTexts will include Man and His Symbols (pdf sent prior to the workshop) and On Dreams and Death by Marie Louise von Franz (for purchase at the Institute Bookstore or on Amazon). On Dreams and Death \n  \n  \nLearning Objectives: \nThis seminar is designed to help you: \n\nDescribe the importance of the event called ‘death’ as part of the theory of individuation in Jungian psychology.\n\n\nGive an example of a dream image or dream motif that may be announcing the death of the dreamer.\nDistinguish motifs of rebirth and renewal from motifs of death and dying.\nDistinguish death dreams as a form of momento mori versus impending death. URL:https://junginla.org/event/working-with-death-related-dreams/ LOCATION:C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles\, 10349 West Pico Blvd.\, Los Angeles\, CA\, 90064\, United States CATEGORIES:Electives,Training ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org GEO:34.0475043;-118.4156941 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles 10349 West Pico Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90064 United States;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=10349 West Pico Blvd.:geo:-118.4156941,34.0475043 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20230205T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20230226T130000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220802T181143Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220816T212450Z UID:261279-1675591200-1677416400@junginla.org SUMMARY:JUNGIAN CONCEPTS AS EXPRESSED IN THE ARTS DESCRIPTION:Presenter: Sheila Traviss\, L.M.F.T. \n4 Sundays: February 5\, 12\, 19\, 26\, 2023. \nTime: 10:00 a.m. — 1:00 p.m. \nHeld on Zoom. \nOpen to candidates and interns. \nC.E.: A maximum of 12 CE credits can be earned\, based on attendance. \n  \nIn this seminar we will discuss how movies\, television series\, animation\, literature\, and popular music\, capture the spirit of our time.  We will take a psychological look at the arts as a way of better understanding the human soul. Attendees will amplify\, by way of class participation and in class free writing\, their understanding of “psyche”; accessing personal intuitions to amplify the visions and messages of artists discussed in seminar as a way of identifying cultural complexes. In this way the seminar aims to expand the therapist’s ease in using the arts as a way to reach into the depths of archetypal material. Our ability to understand our own interpretations and relationships to the arts will aid in the exploration of our patient’s material. \n  \nLearning Objectives: \nThis seminar is designed to help you: \n\nIdentify Cultural complexes as expressed in any of the assigned materials.\nDescribe how cultural complexes might show up\nDescribe how the nature of love\, portrayed in assigned materials\, relate to clinical examples.\nIdentify alchemical symbols in any of the assigned materials.\nExplain how the knowledge of alchemical symbols can be of value clinically.\nDescribe how the process of amplification is of value\nDescribe symbolism in any of the assigned materials.\nDiscuss the possible meanings of particular symbols used in cartoon imagery.\nIdentify the shadow in any of the assigned materials.\nDiscuss how the shadow might show up in a clinical example.\nDiscuss the potential impacts on a patient who identifies with a hero.\nDiscuss how a wide variety of love\, as portrayed in the arts\, can be of value clinically.\n\n  \n  URL:https://junginla.org/event/jungian-concepts-as-expressed-in-the-arts/ LOCATION:Zoom Meeting – Link will be emailed to participants. CATEGORIES:Electives,Training ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20230223T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20230223T213000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220802T182102Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220816T212347Z UID:261286-1677178800-1677187800@junginla.org SUMMARY:AF-Transformation in the Fires of a Suffering Love: Alchemical Dismemberment of Life-Threatening Disease as a Prelude to an Encounter with the Self DESCRIPTION:Presenter: Walter King\, \nThursday\, February 23\, 2023. \nTime: Refreshments at 7:00 p.m./ Presentation 7:30 p.m.—9:30 p.m. \nHeld in the Kirsch Lecture Room. \nRequired of candidates in all stages of training. \nPlease register with the office so that we have adequate seating. \nContinuing Education: A maximum of 2 CE credits can be earned\, based on attendance. \n  \nThe analysis of John\, my patient\, emerged out of the synchronistic correspondences of our similar life epics\, fateful rites of passage as prefiguring an encounter with the Self. Without any prior knowledge\, we share long histories of strikingly parallel ordeals including familial alcoholism\, domestic violence\, life threatening disease\, death and grief. Within our analytic container\, John and I would be thrust into the dark realms of the Baba Yaga\, the archetypal witch as personification of cancer and death in service of life. Our mutually shared experiences of loving our spouses who suffered their physical and psychological decay from the ravages of metastatic cancer was synchronistic and deeply meaningful. \n  \nAs the central focus of the transference / countertransference and through the amplification of a series of dreams\, the archetypal dynamisms of death and reirth deepened the analytic work. As John face the growing prospects that his wife’s worsening condition might kill her leaving him alone\, John was thrust into the underworld\, his dark night of the soul. This manifested in his being torn between his warring opposites: one of clinging to a regressive persona of the past\, and the other\, an energizing but daunting call to dismember the old\, provisional self and relate to the creative\, larger Self. Based upon his engineering career\, John’s rational and logical orientation towards life now proved to be insufficient as he became flooded with feeling of powerlessness and a yearning to connect to what he termed the life-giving\, elusive\, cosmic higher power. Through our work with his dreams and the transformative themes in the fairy tale\, Iron John\, the inferior feeling function was emerging as a new\, rejuvenating center of the personality. \nMy own encounters with cancer have brought me into a conscious living of my dying. This death and redemption theme lives within as a spiritual striving. Calling out from the deep regions of the somatic unconscious\, the archetype of death as one side of the life/death polarity in nature\, envisions end of physical life as the soul’s union with the eternal. \nLearning Objectives: \nThis presentation is designed to help you: \n\nDescribe how a life-threatening disease can potentially bring death into the service of a psycho-spiritual redemption for a patient.\nDescribe at least two ways that synchronistic correspondences between analyst and analysand can bring important spiritual meanings into the work.\n\n  \n  URL:https://junginla.org/event/af-transformation-in-the-fires-of-a-suffering-love-alchemical-dismemberment-of-life-threatening-disease-as-a-prelude-to-an-encounter-with-the-self/ LOCATION:C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles\, 10349 West Pico Blvd.\, Los Angeles\, CA\, 90064\, United States CATEGORIES:Analytic Forum,Training ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org GEO:34.0475043;-118.4156941 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles 10349 West Pico Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90064 United States;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=10349 West Pico Blvd.:geo:-118.4156941,34.0475043 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20230319T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20230319T130000 DTSTAMP:20220927T205310 CREATED:20220829T212628Z LAST-MODIFIED:20220829T212628Z UID:261551-1679216400-1679230800@junginla.org SUMMARY:Ethics for Candidates DESCRIPTION: URL:https://junginla.org/event/ethics-for-candidates/ LOCATION:C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles\, 10349 West Pico Blvd.\, Los Angeles\, CA\, 90064\, United States CATEGORIES:Training ORGANIZER;CN="The%20C.G.%20Jung%20Institute%20of%20Los%20Angeles":MAILTO:administration@junginla.org GEO:34.0475043;-118.4156941 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles 10349 West Pico Blvd. Los Angeles CA 90064 United States;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=10349 West Pico Blvd.:geo:-118.4156941,34.0475043 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR