Events for October 5, 2020
Presented by Sheila Traviss, L.M.F.T. 10 Thursdays: September 24, October 1, 8, 15, 22, November 12, 19, December 3, 10, 17, 2020 - 7:00 - 8:30 pm Pacific Time- Registration for series only. In 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 anima/animus, archetypal patterns/goals, mother complex, father complex, power complex, the splits between good and evil, trauma and the soul, and experiences with the collective. Sheila Traviss, L.M.F.T., is a Candidate in Training at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles. She has a private practice in Pasadena, and has been a member of a woman’s writing group for over 20 years. As a past board member to Group Psychotherapy Association of California, she has a particular interest in creating groups that are safe, sustainable, joyful and vibrant.Find out more »
Presented by Sherri Mahdavi, Ph.D. 4 Tuesdays: September 29, October 13, 20, 27, 2020 - 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Pacific Time- Registration for Series Only. Limited enrollment. In this seminar, we will read Jung's autobiography, Memories, Dreams, and Reflections, written later in his life as he reflected on the development of analytical psychology from a personal perspective. We will examine some of Jung's primary theoretical discoveries, such as the personal and collective unconscious, the anima, and animus, and the Self, and how to identify and apply these concepts to clinical work. Group size will be limited in order to allow more time for discussion. Learning objectives: Describe the difference between the personal and collective unconscious and give an example of how each can manifest in the course of clinical treatment; Give an example of how to analyze and interpret a dream from both a personal and archetypal perspective; Describe what is meant by the anima; Give an example of how the anima can manifest in the context of personal relationships ; Describe what is meant by the animus; Give an example of how the animus can manifest in the context of personal relationships; Describe what is meant by the […]Find out more »
Presenter: Janie Ingalls, M.A., M.F.T. 2 Saturdays: October 3 and 17, 2020. Time: 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Pacific Time. Held on Zoom Open to analysts, candidates, interns and the general public. Continuing Education: A maximum of 3 CE credits can be earned, based on class attendance. Many have followed Jung’s lead in using spontaneous expressions to access their inner world. Collage is one way to connect to the vast creative and healing potential in the Unconscious. This presentation will be in two parts: October 3, we will explore the potential of collage to ameliorate the negative effects of early trauma. Since the powerful impulses for spontaneous play and creative expression get split off, neglected, suppressed, attacked and/or punished by childhood or preverbal trauma, the images created by collage can be an effective and accessible tool for safely reconnecting these vital and creative energies that make us unique. By pasting together previously dissociated and unspoken elements, a space is created for mirroring, acknowledgement and integration. Participants will be sent an email before the two-week break with an instruction sheet describing the process of creating a collage. October 17, after the participants have been given an opportunity to make their own […]Find out more »
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