- March 19, 2016
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Instructors: Rita Feild & Mary Theis
Join us this Spring for an experiential workshop which will focus on endings and new beginnings. We will explore things in our lives that seem to be completed, and how we may be holding on to them when it’s time to let go. The blocks that prevent us from “letting go” and moving forward will be explored through writing exercises, drawing and guided meditation. Dream images and other inner material will be discussed, as participants feel comfortable. Finally, we will open ourselves to receive “new life” and “new beginnings”. This will be done through reflection and a brief writing exercise where we explore the ideas for new directions and how to begin to implement them.
About the Instructors
Rita Feild is a licensed clinical social worker who, for the last 13 years, has been a school counselor for grades 6 – 12 at Palmer Trinity School in Miami, Florida. Before her school counseling, she was a therapist for abused and neglected children in a Miami foster care agency. She has been a student of Jung for many years, and studied at the Jung Institute in Zurich. Currently Rita is working on a book about practicing God’s presence which guided her in her friendship with Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross during the last years of Kubler-Ross’ life.
Mary Theis is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. Mary studied at the Jung Institute in Zurich and serves as volunteer therapist at the Jung Center and also is on the Clinic Committee. She has a private practice and uses a Jungian approach to therapy, including Sandtray work as well as processing methods such as Focusing and EMDR. In addition to her work at the Jung Center, she is affiliated with the Apple Farm Community in Michigan.