Upcoming Events

We invite you to attend our public programs, where talented and experienced Jungian analysts share their passionate interests, writing, research, and clinical wisdom. Seminars are open to the public and are currently being held on Zoom until further notice. We look forward to seeing you at a program soon!

Visiting Lecture Series with Dr. Samuel Kimbles, Ph.D: November 4th & 5th, 2022

Working with the Unseen that exists in Plain Sight How Can We Make Sense of What is Happening in the World Today? This talk will be an introduction and overview of the Theory of Cultural Complexes (and their interaction with personal complexes).  The Cultural Unconscious is a frame for understanding how when we are gripped within the context of large forces such as global pandemic, global warming, social media, racial strife, immigration and a multitude of other national and ...
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A 6-Week Evening Dream Group for Writers, Poets, Artists, and Clinicians

Date - September 15th - October 20th
Time - Thursday evenings 7 PM - 9 PM
Cost - $180 Adults / $75 Students

Over the past two years, our lives have been altered. We have been forced to make significant changes. By looking at our present situation through the lens of dreams, it is believed that at the core of the stresses and fears that haunt us most, an agent of change can be found to transform our daytime problems ...
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A 6-Week Dream Group for Writers, Poets, Artists, and Clinicians, with Jill Fischer

Date - September 14th - October 19th
Time - Wednesdays 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Cost - $180/ $75 Students

Over the past two years, our lives have been altered. We have been forced to make significant changes. By looking at our present situation through the lens of dreams, it is believed that at the core of the stresses and fears that haunt us most, an agent of change can be found to transform our daytime problems and bring about ...
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The Symbolism of The Snake, with Olga E. Turcotte

Date - October 15th, 2022
Time -  10 am - 12:30 pm
Cost - $45

Symbols build the bridge between the conscious and the unconscious and are essential for a healthy psyche. They are the best, and at times, the only medium to express that which is in the unconscious and bring it into consciousness. Our first focus is on the general understanding of what symbols are, where they come from, how they work, and why they are such ...
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The Ego-complex Reconsidered, with Brian Hobbs. M.Ed.

Date - October 29th, 2022
Time-  1pm - 4pm
Cost- $45

In this seminar we will examine Jung’s conceptualization of the Ego complex, its function in the psyche, and its relation to the Jung’s concept of the Self, as well as to other complexes. We will also examine more contemporary modifications to Jung’s construct, in particular Marcus West’s delineation of “the integrative ego.” Brian Hobbs is a graduate of  C.G. Jung Institute Boston. He is the past Director of ...
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Circumambulating the Self, with Jason E. Smith

Date - November 12th, 2022 Time-  10 am - 12:30 pm Cost- $45 “I began to understand that the goal of psychic development is the self There is no linear evolution; there is only a circumambulation of the self.” ~C.G. Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections   The Self is the central concept of Jung’s psychology. It can also be one of the most difficult concepts to grasp. This is because the Self, as the experience of wholeness, embraces both consciousness ...
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Anima/Animus: Old Notions in New Guise(s): Sculpting Newly-Nuanced Figures From Within Jung’s 100-year-old Constructs, with Richard Nicoletti

Date - January 14th, 2023 Time-  1 pm - 3 pm Cost- $30 Anima and Animus are Carl Jung’s notions adducing inherent, (mostly?) fixed differences between male and female.  Yet at the same time they are Jungian analysts’ projections of so-called archetypal energies from human Psyche’s potential for balance and wholeness, via developing awareness of sex and gender.  My goal is to do a critical examination and assessment of a Jungian view of Psyche's ongoing evolution relating to or ...
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