February 29, 2020
1:00 pm CST - 4:00 pm CST
Instructors: Hart Ginsburg, Caren Jeskey, Eliza Wangerin
Digital Tapestries will guide you through a cinematic and musical journey designed to nourish and soothe your mental and emotional states and elicit humanistic connections. A series of short films will be shown to enhance visceral and healing experiences. Through the film montages, archetypes will be explored as sources of meanings to expand and broaden ourselves. Finally, art response* will be used to bring out the author inside each of us. Please bring a journal or sketchbook to use as a tool for introspection.
*A way for participants in therapeutic processes to engage intuitively with the aid of various art mediums.
About the Instructors
Hart Ginsburg has been a therapist for over 10 years, serving immigrant related populations as well as the general public. In his therapeutic approach, Hart actively looks for ways to bring out the author and artist in each individual. Most recently he formed Digital Tapestries, which develops films, montage books and events to promote healing through arts and existential forms of psychology.
Caren Jeskey has been a student of meditation since 1989. She is an LCSW and psychotherapist, a graduate of the University of Chicago, and she continues to receive regular guidance and training as a clinician. Caren sits on the board of the Greater Austin Social Workers in Austin, Texas, where she currently resides. She has been teaching yoga and meditation since 1999 and also leads sound healing journeys with live flute music at the Lake Austin Spa Resort. She collaborates with Hart Ginsburg and Digital Tapestries to lead people through a process that deepens ones’ sense of belonging, presence and compassion towards themselves and others.
Eliza Wangerin’s interest in Carl Jung started in 1997 when she read Jung’s “Memories, Dreams, Reflections.” This book changed her life and led to her attending the Summer Intensive Programme at the Jung Institute in Zurich each summer from 1998-2001 and starting Jungian psychoanalysis. In 2015 she began training as a Jungian Analyst. She is currently a diploma candidate at the International School of Analytical Psychology, Zurich. She is also a licensed psychotherapist at Live Oak Chicago.
Venue: The C.G. Jung Center
Venue Phone: 847-475-4848 *221
Venue Website: www.cgjungcenter.orgAddress: