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November 2021

Our Country in Crisis

November 13 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
$20 – $35
william blake

DONALD KALSCHED, Ph.D., JEROME BERNSTEIN, M.A.P.C., NCPsyA., and JACQUELINE WEST, Ph.D. For the past few years, each November, a group of panelists—Jerome, Jacqueline, and Don—have each presented their current reflections about the dynamic state of our country. This year we will address how the past months have presented each of us, personally, and socially, with a world that is bearing remarkable changes that are intensified by the profound threats of climate change compounded with the COVID 19 pandemic. These forces…

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January 2022

Becoming Conscious: A Jungian Lens on Artist Hilma af Klint

January 22, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
$20 – $35

MARYBETH CARTER, PHD The Swedish artist, Hilma af Klint (1862-1944), has transitioned from obscurity to prominence as was illustrated recently by a solo exhibition of her work. This exhibition (October 12, 2018-April 23, 2019) became the Guggenheim New York’s most popular show since the museum opened 60 years ago. In addition to the incredible visual quality of her art, af Klint impels the viewer to consider concepts and states similar to Jung’s (1875-1961) creative expressions, both through his visual works…

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February 2022

The Magic of Dreams: A Study of the Transcendent Function

February 12, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
$20 – $35

WARREN SIBELLA, PHD, HSPP In the throes of his Red Book period, Jung wrote an essay on what he called the Transcendent Function (1916) in which he laid out the workings of the unconscious, the transformative energy in symbols, and the means of accessing such energy—namely the dream. Using real life examples drawn from his newly published book, My Journey to Ironman: Endurance Sports as a Means of Individuation, Dr. Sibella will guide us through this seminal essay drawing from…

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March 2022

Oedipus Revisited: The Hero as Initiate [Friday Lecture]

March 11, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
TBD
$20 – $35

FRANCES HATFIELD, PHD, MFT By the time of Homer’s Odyssey, where we find the first mention of Oedipus, the myth was already ancient, reaching into prehistory. Sophocles’ play Oedipus Tyrannus was first performed in Athens shortly after the plague years of 430-426 BCE, in which more than a quarter of its inhabitants died, leading to its defeat by Sparta and ending its status as a superpower in Ancient Greece. The play opens with the inhabitants of Thebes begging King Oedipus…

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Oedipus Revisited: The Hero as Initiate [Saturday workshop]

March 12, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 1:30 pm
TBD
$60 – $80

FRANCES HATFIELD, PHD, MFT By the time of Homer’s Odyssey, where we find the first mention of Oedipus, the myth was already ancient, reaching into prehistory. Sophocles’ play Oedipus Tyrannus was first performed in Athens shortly after the plague years of 430-426 BCE, in which more than a quarter of its inhabitants died, leading to its defeat by Sparta and ending its status as a superpower in Ancient Greece. The play opens with the inhabitants of Thebes begging King Oedipus…

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April 2022

From Toxic Masculinity to the Wounded Healer [Friday Lecture]

April 8, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
TBD
$20 – $35

GUILFORD DUDLEY, PHD It was inevitable that someday a man in a highly visible leadership position would give flesh and blood to the cultural archetype of toxic masculinity lurking in the collective psyche as Donald Trump did. We have him to thank for the personification, mirroring back to us a distorted masculinity that thrives on aggression, domination of other humans, and dominion over the natural world. Cultural ideals and archetypes change and evolve, and we have the opportunity to embrace…

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From Toxic Masculinity to the Wounded Healer [Saturday Workshop]

April 9, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 1:30 pm
TBD
$60 – $80

GUILFORD DUDLEY, PHD It was inevitable that someday a man in a highly visible leadership position would give flesh and blood to the cultural archetype of toxic masculinity lurking in the collective psyche as Donald Trump did. We have him to thank for the personification, mirroring back to us a distorted masculinity that thrives on aggression, domination of other humans, and dominion over the natural world. Cultural ideals and archetypes change and evolve, and we have the opportunity to embrace…

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