Events for November 1, 2021
Presented by Marion Anderson, Ph.D. 4 Wednesdays: , October 20-November 10 , 2021; 4:00-6:00 pm Encountering images of the unconscious can have healing effects and provide a renewed attitude. Giving form to meaningful inner images through painting provides the participants access to psychic energy from the unconscious. In 4 weekly workshop encounters on zoom, we will explore the archetypal contents of a fairy tale by painting important individual images and sharing the experience of our personal processes with the group. For mental health professionals, the exploration and lived experience of archetypal forces through personal inner imagery is necessary and helpful to guide clients in their search of renewed attitudes and symbolic depth as C.G. Jung proposes in his work. This workshop is for adults only and no previous experience with painting is necessary. Learning Objectives: Describe the power of images of the unconscious; Describe the difficulties that can occur when expressing inner images; Define shadow work through symbols of inner images; Describe how painting symbols from the unconscious can have a healing effect on clients; Describe how this technique can be helpful during times of emotional transition; Describe how creating an image with the hands can stimulate a more active […]Find out more »
Jeanne A. Lacourt, M.S., L.P.C., N.C.C., Ph.D. This presentation will review how some of Jung’s ideas (mis)represented Native cultures. The notion of the “primitive,” participation mystique, dreams, and animals will be explored. Two psychic paradigms, dominion, and reciprocity, will point to important differences between Indigenous and Western cosmologies and may offer a path away from our current trend toward self-destruction. Jeanne A. Lacourt, M.S., L.P.C., N.C.C., Ph.D., is a Professor of American Indian Studies at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, a faculty member of the Minnesota Seminar in Jungian Studies, and a Jungian Analyst in private practice. She has authored a book on traditional Indian Education, edited a book on racial issues in the United States, and her articles in Spring Journal focus on the intersections of Indigenous and Jungian Studies. She is most intrigued with the theme of human-animal transformation in Indigenous origin stories. Her home community is with the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin.Find out more »
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