|Lectures:||7:30 - 9:30 p.m. (wine and cheese reception following) $20 non-members|
|Workshops:||9:30a.m.- noon (coffee and rolls provided) $40 non-members|
Continuing Education credits for Jung Society programs are authorized by the Texas State Board of Social Work Examiners and by the Texas State Board of Licensed Professional Counselors. To receive your CEUs, please sign in at the beginning of the meeting and then pick up a certificate at the end.
February 7-8: James Hollis, Ph.D.
Friday Night Lecture: Soul Food: Hauntings: Dispelling the Ghosts Who Run Our Lives
Our ancestors believed in ghosts, and perhaps they were not far off the mark as so much ...more >>
Saturday Workshop: Hauntings Workshop
Literary and case studies will illustrate the presence of “hauntings” in people’s lives. Questions and ...more >>
March 14-15: Ronald Schenk, Ph.D.
Friday Lecture: Archetypal Themes in the Music of the Beatles and Richard Wagner
The music of the Beatles is classified as “pop” which usually connotes temporary popularity. However, the songs of the Beatles can be
Saturday Workshop: The Political Psyche and American Soul: Domestic Spying, Drones and America’s Zealous Blast
Alchemy posits that the world itself has soul and along this vein, Jung suggested that ...more >>
April 11-12: Philip Bechtel, M.D.
Friday Lecture: Jung’s Word Association Experiment: Visualization of Brain Activation on fMRI and Topographical Mapping by EEG
Synopsis: I will review the history of the word association experiment as developed by Jung and then ...more >>
Saturday Workshop: Altered States, Dissociation, Shamans, the Field in the Analytical Session and Healing – One Thing?
I want to advance the proposition that altered states and dissociation (both utilized by the shaman) are phenomena that ...more >>
May 9-10: Diana Heritage, LCSW
Friday Lecture: The Labyrinth: A Path of Self Knowledge
Aristotle said, “The soul thinks in images.” Few Images are more compelling than the labyrinth. This ancient design that rises out of the depths of ...more >>
Saturday Workshop: Walking the Labyrinth, Looking Within
Continuing with the Friday evening theme of the labyrinth as an image and a metaphor for our own ...more >>