Classes

August Challenge Match

Exploring Your Dreams

Weekly Drop-In Class, Meets Mondays from 7:00- 9:00 pm
$20/session, pay at the door
Instructor: Weyler Greene, PhD

*This class will not meet on Monday, September 4 in observance of Labor Day. The Jung Center is currently closed on Mondays. For inquiries about specific class meeting dates, please contact Weyler Greene directly by clicking on his name above to send him an email.

By popular demand, the Jung Center has now added this weekly dream group, which will meet on Monday evenings.   This dream group is open to all and will focus on supporting participants wishing to better remember and understand their dreams.  The process evolves group members responding to each others dreams, from the premise “If this were my dream…”.   Participants will learn to enhance their dream recall; develop a personal understanding of their dreams; and discover deeper dimensions of dreaming through the response of other members of the group.

Recommended Reading
A Little Course in Dreams by Robert Bosnak
An Open Window: Dreams as Everyman’s Guide to the Spirit by Sri Madhava Ashish

 


  • August 26, 2017
    1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

CEUs: 3 Instructor: Laura McGrew Fairy tales invite us into the archetypal realm, insisting that we allow our individual stories to become universal.  This workshop will focus on gaining an understanding of the archetypal underpinnings present in this tale. In their ‘once upon a time’ reality, fairy tales show us how the personal and the impersonal (more…)


  • September 6, 2017
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Presenters:  Karol Weigelt, LCPC & TBA CEUS: 20 10 Wednesdays: September 6 & 27, October 25, November 29, January 3 & 31 , March 7 , April 4, May 2 & 30, from 7-9pm Limited space remaining! Dream work is important to our inner growth. It can be healing, sacred and holistic, as viewed through its (more…)


  • September 7, 2017
    7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

CEUs: 6 Instructor: Lori Engler Enrollment limited to 10 participants. This group will meet on the following dates: September 7, October 5, November 2, and December 7. As a woman progresses through life, what she experiences may draw her away from developing and/or honoring her authentic self. Cultural mores, familial expectations, professional aspirations, relationships with friends and lovers, (more…)


  • September 8, 2017
    7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Instructor:  Elizabeth Londo & Sheri Reda Dr. Strange joins a long line of Marvel movies based on the original Marvel comic series, with an added twist: it is one of the first Marvel movies to take the viewer to a more mystical source of super-hero power.   The movie tells the story of Dr. Stephen Strange (more…)


  • September 23, 2017
    1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

CEUs: 3 Instructor: Nancy VanKanegan Our minds can seem like uncharted territory, a constantly changing topography of memories, dreams, plans, emotions, and ideas. Visual diagramming of the various aspects of the mind can be useful in understanding the connections between conscious and unconscious activities. Like Freud’s iceberg, Jung’s diagram of the conscious/unconscious helps us to picture (more…)


  • September 24, 2017
    1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Presenter: Jo Ann Koltyk, PhD CEUS: 3 The Intensive Journal® Method is a nationally recognized technique for self-discovery and self-reflection that uses writing exercises. Created by Ira Progoff, PhD in the mid-1960’s, this technique is now taught by certified instructors. As the first American to complete his doctoral dissertation on the work of Dr. Jung, Dr. (more…)


  • October 28, 2017
    1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

CEUs: 3 Instructor: Mary Theis Proprioceptive writing is a way to clarify one’s thinking.   The three seemingly simple rules: Write what you hear; Listen to what you write, and Be ready to ask the Proprioceptive Question, are powerful tools to help us discover what we truly believe and know. From a Jungian perspective, the writing can (more…)


  • November 4, 2017
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm

CEUs: 2 Instructor: Ellen Blum Barish In his memoir, “Memories, Dreams and Reflections,” Jung writes that in midlife, the public persona cracks and cannot be sustained. There is the impulse to cover those cracks and prop up the false persona. To regain health, one needs to dismantle that persona and bury the corpse of our false (more…)


  • November 10, 2017
    7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Instructors:  Tom Lavin and Mary Ellen O’Hare-Lavin Set in the beautiful area of New Zealand, balanced by the Pacific Ocean on both sides, we meet and learn the story of two people who fall in love after the trauma of WWI. If marriage is an individuation process, as Jung tells us it is, this film (more…)

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