The Jung Education Center of Cleveland was founded in 1989 to provide a forum for educational programs based on the work of C. G. Jung. These programs support individuals in the pursuit of meaning in life and contribute to an evolution of consciousness in our communities. The Center explores Jungian thought through organized lectures, experiential workshops, study, and dialogue.
WEDNESDAY EVENING GATHERINGS
Each season, Jung Cleveland hosts a series of low-key, informational discussions and presentations as a way to say thank-you to our members and build a community of like-minded others.
These events are free to members and only $5 for non-members. There is no preregistration required.
DATES AND TIMES:
All programs run from 6:30 pm — 8:00 pm. This year’s dates are:
November 7th: The Wound as a Bridge to the Numinous with Laura Chapman, Jungian Analyst
December 5th: Archetypal Use of Jewelry and Adornment with Adina Davidson, PhD
February 6th: Synchronicity with Hallie B. Durchslag, PhD
March 6th: Netflix movie and discussion: Monsters & Myth with Adina Davidson
April 3rd: Medication and and Mental Health from a Depth Psychological Perspective with Ben Spinner, MD
May 1st: A Historical Exploration of Depression with Jonathon Sadowsky, Phd, Professor of History, CWRU