Presented by Linda Carter, M.S.N., C.S. For two personalities to meet is like mixing two different chemical substances: if there is any combination at all, both are transformed - C.G. Jung, CW 16. Jung's prescient grasp of the relational aspect of psyche resonates with contemporary notions of bidirectional influence in psychotherapy. Complex Adaptive Systems Theory (CAS), fundamental to infant research, will offer participants a way to understand both adult clinical interactions and the unfolding Matisse/Picasso artistic exchange as it furthered the…Find out more »
Presented by J. Gary Sparks, Ph.D. In 1932, Austrian quantum physicist Wolfgang Pauli consulted Carl Jung in a state of personal distress. Fourteen years later, after the horrors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Pauli returned to Jung to discuss his dreams that followed World War II. In this talk, we will examine the personal and psychological relationship between Jung and Pauli, as well as Pauli's post-war dreams which focused on the archetypal foundation of science, his concern that science had birthed a…Find out more »
Presented by J. Gary Sparks, Ph.D. Continuing our investigation of the archetypal basis of experience, this workshop will describe the role of Jung's final conception of the archetype, and its relationship to the analytic process. Using case material, we will examine the role of the psychoid aspect of the unconscious in the healing process of a patient with anorexia nervosa. Utilizing the patient's dreams, including their alchemical symbolism, as well as the erotic aspects of the transference, we will look at…Find out more »
Presented by Marion Anderson, Ph.D. I found that I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say in any other way things that I had no words for. - Georgia O’Keeffe At times we struggle to express opposing tendencies within ourselves, as we try to find ways of resolving internal conflict. Whilea ddressing and holding the tension of these polarities can be challenging, working with inner images through painting can be helpful. In this painting workshop, we will utilize complimentary…Find out more »
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