Hilma af Klint’s Abstract and Visionary Art Takes Us into the Future*


  • June 11, 2022
    1:00 pm CDT - 4:00 pm CDT

Held In-Person at the Jung Center Instructors: Charlotta Koppanyi, MSc and Marianne Lagercrantz, Art therapist CEUs: 3 *Limited to 8 participants. This workshop will focus on the art of the turn of the century Swedish artist, Hilma af Klint (1862-1944). Her independently abstract and esoteric art will be explored with a focus on the series, (more…)

Understanding PTSD


  • June 25, 2022
    10:00 am CDT - 12:00 pm CDT

Held via Zoom Charles Small, LCSW CEUs: 2 This 2-hour presentation will provide participants with a comprehensive overview of the mental health field’s understanding of posttraumatic stress disorder as a unique psychological response to exposure to traumatic events.  This will include historical perspectives on psychological trauma, current evidence-based approaches to treating PTSD, and other integrative (more…)

Exploring the Inner World of Jung’s Black Books


  • July 9, 2022
    1:00 pm CDT - 3:30 pm CDT

Held via Zoom Laura McGrew, LCPC and Kenneth James, PhD CEUs: 2.5 *Limited to 25 participants.  This class will be the fourth of six classes, each presenting a volume of Jung’s Personal Journals entitled The Black Books, which were only recently released for publication by his family. These books are his reflections, beginning in 1913, (more…)

Medea and the Modern Mother: Transmutations in Motherhood


  • October 1, 2022
    1:00 pm CDT - 3:00 pm CDT

Held via Zoom New date of October 1st Brooke Laufer, PsyD CEUs: 2 *Limited to 20 participants.  Medea persists as a powerful archetype in modern motherhood, as infanticide continues to be a horrifying and unsolved tragedy.  Neither the field of psychology nor the legal system has adequately healed or contained this phenomenon.  What is infanticide (more…)

Reflective Writing for Life Enrichment: An Introduction to the Progoff Intensive Journal® Method


  • October 23, 2022
    1:00 pm CDT - 4:00 pm CDT

Held via Zoom Kelley Williams CEUs: 3 *Limited to 20 participants.  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 (more…)