September 11, 2020,  Zoom Lecture 7 - 9 PM
Sponsored by Jung Society Seattle, 2 CE available
Jungian Perspectives for Metabolizing 
Cultural and Personal Trauma in a Time of Outrage, 
Heartbreak and Hope

with Jungian Psychotherapist Ann Blake, Phd
Faculty Member at Antioch University, Seattle, 
Philemon Foundation Board of Director

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September 26, 2020, 1:00 - 4:15

Ethics Workshop Online for JPA Members Only 

Members will be sent the Zoom Meeting ID number by email.
No pre-registration needed.  Presented by:
Laura J Lewis Thayer, LMHC, EAMP, Jungian Analyst, ISAP Zurich

Ethics and the Spirit of These Times

In times of great chaos an ethical standpoint is pressed more firmly upon us, bringing into stark clarity the points of intersection between individual practice, and our personal, social, and public professional identities. This lecture explores where inner processes and outer collective realities meet, and the task of experiencing the ‘living meaning’ of the Spirit of these Times by looking towards ‘the Spirit of the Depths.’ Jung writes, “if we are not able to understand prospectively, then nothing is understood,” and continues,  “the constructive standpoint asks how, out of this present psyche, a bridge can be built into its own future.” CW3 ¶397-398 



May 14, 15 and 16



A Production of the Shrinkrapt Theater Company

With the blessing of the Seattle Jung Society,
the Northwest Alliance for Psychoanalytic Study,
and the Jungian Psychotherapists Association

A revision for our time of the comic drama by Elizabeth Clark-Stern


Visit us at www.shrinkrapttheater.com



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