|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 1-2: James Hollis, Ph.D.
Friday Night Lecture: Navigating the Second Half of Life: Discernment Desiderata
What constitutes the "second" half of life when viewed through a psychological lens ...more >>
Saturday Workshop: Navigating the Second Half of Life Workshop
The workshop will provide further explication and exercises to personalize the questions raised ...more >>
March 8-9: Dean Schlecht, M.Div.
Friday Lecture: Awakening from a Jungian Frame of Reference
The Red Book records Jung's seminal exploration of his own internal reality and his path to
Saturday Workshop: The Paradoxical Search for Reality
Participants will be led, through Active Imagination, to an awareness of how much ...more >>
April 12-13: Gary Brown, Ph.D.
Friday Lecture: Zorba the Greek: Transforming the Wasteland through Individuation
The highly entertaining film, scripted and directed by Michael Cacoyannis (1964), features ...more >>
Saturday Workshop: Confronting the Shadow
We will explore the epic hero journey in relation to the shadow, which is ...more >>
May 10-11: Jerry Ruhl, Ph.D.
Friday Lecture: Was Jung Really Right After All?
the human brain born a blank slate or a pre-programmed symbolic organ? ...more >>
Saturday Workshop: Individuation, Impermanence, and Imperfection
Individuation is Carl Jung's term for finding meaning and purpose in your life. How do you know when ...more >>