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BRADLEY A. TEPASKE, Ph.D. Dr. TePaske’s presentation offers four segments on our depth psychological relationship with our planetary environment. The focus of tonight’s lecture is “Pacha Mama: Reflections of Eros in Nature.” While Pacha Mama is indigenous to the Andes and Amazonia, an initial sense of her nature is conveyed in biblical passages such as Wisdom in the 8th Chapter of Proverbs who fashions the world and in the Apocryphal book, Wisdom, where she possesses knowledge of solstices, the nature…Find out more »
RENEE CUNNINGHAM, M.A., M.F.T. The lecture will focus exclusively on the March from Selma to Montgomery and the development of culture through the implementation of the eightfold path of nonviolence. The concepts of individuation, the Ego/Self Axis, the cultural unconscious and cultural complex will be demonstrated and amplified as key components of development within the individual and culture. Archetypal nonviolence will be defined and amplified utilizing Gandhi’s concepts of Satyagraha and Ahimsa, and King’s six tenets of nonviolence. The group…Find out more »
SHERYL CORCHNOY, M.A., LMFT What really moves us? It’s the deep connection and relatedness between us. It’s ancient wisdom weaving itself into the fabric of time with archetypal dynamism, viscerally recognizable no matter the magnitude of development and transformation. It’s the dedication of the analytic community to our own guiding paradox, braving the unknown while holding authenticity and curiosity sacred. The convergence of these things calls for our focused attention as we stand in the fierce winds of evolution itself—the…Find out more »
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Continuing Education Credit
The C.G. Jung Institute of Santa Fe is approved by the New Mexico Counseling and Therapy Practice Board to grant continuing education credit to counselors, psychotherapists and social workers for all events. Select events may additionally be approved for psychologist CEs by the New Mexico Psychological Association. A $20 surcharge is added to the admission fee for clinicians wanting CEU documentation for any lecture, workshop, or ongoing group or seminar.
It is the responsibility of attendees to stay informed on their particular licensing board’s requirements, as they can change from time to time.
As an Institute dedicated to healing, we are especially interested in providing opportunities for people with environmental challenges to comfortably attend our programs.
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