Winter 2024 Newsletter | Please welcome our new volunteer presenters!

Photo by Cheryl Kinsman

Dear Jung Center community,

The Jung Center has been privileged to add 5 new presenters to our 2024 program lineup. We are proud to be growing the breadth of topics offered to our community and we are so grateful to have their support. Without further ado, we’d like to formally introduce you to our newest volunteer presenters.

To learn more about the Jung Center’s upcoming events as well as to register, please visit our website here.

Cheryl Kinsman, PhD
Executive Director

Welcome John Pallas!

John Pallas helped us usher in 2024 by presenting the well-reviewed The Stages of Psychological Transformation in Jung’s Vision Seminars on January 27.

John Pallas is a graduate of the Jungian Studies Program at the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago, a Master’s student in Clinical Counseling at Indiana Wesleyan University and a Scientist for Archive Therapy, a healthcare consulting and depth therapy practice. He has written on the relationship between psychiatry, analytical psychology, and Christianity, and clinical and theological issues in suicidality.

Welcome Tony Hoeber!

Tony Hoeber was recently interviewed by Board member and presenter, Sheri Reda, on the well-reviewed, Journeying with Psychedelics to Explore the Unconscious. This topic was very popular with the Jung Center community and we were pleased to hear Tony share his wealth of experience on this timely topic.

Tony has been in private practice as a Medicine Chaplain since 2019. His work is informed by several modalities, including earth-based spirituality, somatically-based trauma healing, depth psychology and narrative therapy.

Tony spent 50 years as an initiated student of Murshid Wali Ali Meyer, in the Sufi Ruhaniat International, a lineage of Chisti Sufism. He extensively studied and was initiated in the Gelugpa school of Tibetan Buddhism. He worked with a Jungian analyst in San Francisco for 24 years and completed the Somatic Experiencing training with Dr. Peter Levine. He was ordained as a Medicine Chaplain by the Chaplaincy Institute of Berkeley, CA and completed a 3-year training to be a psychedelic guide.

Welcome Keralee Gueneviere!

Keralee Gueneviere will be facilitating our first in-person spring workshop of the year titled, “Spiritual Autobiography” on Sunday, April 14.

Keralee is an artist, musician, yoga teacher and writer facilitating community yoga and art adventures throughout Chicago since 2000. With a background in theater and dance, Keralee believes that art as an exploratory and revelational practice creates and sustains individual growth as well as community joy, beauty and vibrance. Most recently she has been performing as a musician as well as facilitating meditation, breath-work and yoga workshops in Chicago, online and in Mexico.

Welcome Dr. Peter Demuth!

Dr. Peter Demuth will present a lecture, reading, and book signing event at the Jung Center on Friday, April 26. Dr Demuth’s recently published book, Monsters in Life and Literature – A Forensic Psychologist reflects on the nature of good and evil, will be available for purchase and signing.

Peter is a Clinical Psychologist & Jungian Analyst. He has a doctorate from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and a Masters from Loyola University, Baltimore. He is currently in Private Practice in Evanston, Illinois, and is an instructor at the CG Jung Institute of Chicago.

Previous positions include Former Chief Forensic Psychologist and Director of Clinical Training at the Elgin Mental Health Center, Senior Forensic Psychologist at the Crownsville Hospital Center in Annapolis, Maryland and Director of the Drug Treatment Program at the Patuxent Maximum Security Prison in Jessup, Maryland. Peter is also a Singer – Songwriter of over 150 Original Folk-Pop Compositions and has recorded 8 full length albums.

Welcome Sheryl Kosovski!

Sheryl Kosovski will be facilitating an in-person workshop at the Center titled, My Story: Then and Now, on Saturday, May 4.

Sheryl Kosovski is a certified Financial Counselor and Business Coach. She helps people create a new vision for their life and change their relationship with money. She works with individuals and couples as well as entrepreneurs, including therapists who love what they do but aren’t confident about their business or financial skills.

Sheryl teaches her clients how to create lasting financial security without depriving themselves in the process. She helps her clients see their value so they come to believe they are worthy of more. She has helped thousands of clients see that by taking care of their money they can better take care of themselves and the people they love. Sheryl’s first career was as a visual artist. She uses art and creativity in all the work she does.