3 Sundays: May 15, 22, June 5, 2022; 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Presented by Susan Frankel, Ph.D. and Mai Breech, Psy.D. Jung'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…Find out more »
An Immersive Sound Experience:
Why do I cry when I hear the first eight minutes of Wagner’s Ring Cycle?
Presented by Sheila Traviss, L.M.F.T.
We know sound/vibration by way of chromosomal/collective, congenital/familial, and personal contact. In this workshop, we will explore the collective, familial, and personal experiences of sound via a soundscape, accompanied by a personal narration of pre-birth, in-utero, lived experience, as well as those imagined to accompany one post-death. The concept of sense memory retrieval will be explored from both a clinical as well as a poetic perspective, as a way of imagining and experiencing our connection to our world via sound. This workshop will include a written active imagination for participants to use for themselves and/or their clients as an aid to accessing embodied memories.
The process of psychoanalysis endeavors to allow a greater connection with the whole of one’s self by relating to the unconscious. Similar to dream analysis, one might approach the body as a means of dialoguing with the unconscious. In this course, we will explore two such practices with a body-oriented…Find out more »
Presented by Fanny Brewster, Ph.D. The deepest wounding of the American psyche has been its divide along racial lines. The intergenerational trauma that has traveled for centuries due to racism has had a profound psychological effect on BIPOC populations. In this presentation, we will examine some of the ways in…Find out more »
Gita Morena, Ph.D., L.M.F.T. In the imaginal world of myths and fairy tales, heroes venture into unchartered territories. confront unexpected challenges, and stimulate exploration into unconscious dimensions of the psyche. They tap into the imagination in unique and entertaining ways and as a result, stimulate psychological development. The Wonderful Wizard…Find out more »
Presented by Barry Miller, Ph.D. This seminar will present an overview of human sexuality, including the physical, emotional, and spiritual dynamics that form the complexity of this fundamental and perplexing of human drives. Current collective views on the nature and meaning of sexuality will be explored, focusing on the subjective,…Find out more »
Gita Morena, Ph.D., L.M.F.T. In this seminar, Dr. Morena deepens her exploration of L. Frank Baum’s quintessential American fairy tale The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and explores it as a symbolic process to identify and integrate unconscious aspects of the psyche. She considers Dorothy’s journey as a metaphor for Joseph Campbell’s…Find out more »
Come and join us at the Institute Clubhouse or via Zoom for a book reading and signing by Jungian Analyst Sharon Heath of her sequel to The Fleur Trilogy. The Mysterious Composition of Tears is a tale of young romance, the trials of aging, talking trees, climate disasters, mysterious Shimmers, and quirky Nobelist…Find out more »
Presented by Marybeth Carter, Ph.D. We will explore the origins of Jungian psychology within the history of depth psychology, a psychology that attempts to understand the language and the dynamics of the unconscious as it manifests in the work with clients and in the world. The various psychoanalytic theories…Find out more »
For more information on the complete Jungian Sandplay Training Program, please visit https://junginla.org/events/sandplay2022-2023/ Unit 1 / Seminar 1: Saturday, September 24, 2022; 9:30 am – 4:00 pm History and Introduction to Sandplay Presented by Gita Morena, PhD, LMFT, CST-T, and Elizabeth Schofield-Bickford, LMFT, CST Guest Speaker: Harriet Friedman, LMFT, CST-T This…Find out more »
Presented by Marion Anderson, Ph.D. 5 Thursdays: September 29, October 6, 13, 20, 27, 2022 - 3:30 - 5:30 pm “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 Painting inner images is…Find out more »
Presented by Sheila Traviss, L.M.F.T. - Limited Enrolment. 9 Thursdays: Thursdays, October 6, 13, 27, November 3, 10, 17, December 1, 8, 15, 2022 - 7:00 - 8:30 pm Pacific Time 1 Friday: Friday, October 21, 2022 - 7:00 - 8:30 pm Pacific Time Registration for series only. In this…Find out more »
Presented by J. Gordon Nelson, Ph.D. The 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…Find out more »
3 Sundays: October 9, 16, 23, 2022; 10:00 am - 1:00 pm - Limited enrolment. Presented by Susan Frankel, Ph.D. and Mai Breech, Psy.D. Jung'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…Find out more »
A Saturday Lecture with J. Gary Sparks, B.Sc., M.Div., M.A. The 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…Find out more »
Presented by Susan Rowland, Ph.D. Jung 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…Find out more »
Edith Sullwold Memorial Lecture:
Zoom Only: A Jungian Approach to Spontaneous Drawings: A Window to the Soul
Presented by Patricia Ann Elwood This 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…Find out more »
Saturday, November 5, 2022; 9:00 am – 12:00 pm A Saturday Lecture with Stephen Kenneally, M.A., M.B.A., M.F.T. Jung’s concept of the Self seeks to capture the experience of something greater in the psyche than our familiar ego consciousness. This can feel like an inspiring inner guide that facilitates and…Find out more »
Presented by Bradley A. TePaske, Ph.D. Jung recognized that the qualities we tend to associate with gender, are not, in fact, unique to a particular gender. Every individual carries capacities within, often undiscovered, that don’t align with their conscious gender identity. Jung referred to these energies as contrasexual. Specifically, he…Find out more »
Presented by Sam Kimbles, Ph.D. “What if your worst fears are the story of our time”? -- Naomi Lowinsky During these times of social and political upheavals, the cultural unconscious manifests in expressions and enactments of chronic and historic racial injustices, political polarizations, the global pandemic, global warming, social media,…Find out more »
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