Sep
19
7:00 PM19:00

Fall Class: Including the body in Analytic Work

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Including the Body in Analytic Work
Explore how body process interventions can add vitality to the analytic experience and lead to more integrated states of consciousness.
Four Thursday nights from 7:00-8:30pm
September 19, 26, October 3, 10

6 CEU’s Available

There are numerous references to the body in Jung's work although Jungians have yet to include a systemized approach for the inclusion of somatic-centered processes in analysis. Recent findings in somatic explorations have opened important directions in infant research, attachment theory, and in the understanding of trauma.


Exploring this nonverbal communication through a framework of body process interventions can reference the patient's, as well as our, own inner world. Body-centered interventions can be valuable and contribute to analytic work by bringing stored and unarticulated feelings into expression. Bringing awareness to this material often supplies a vitality and intelligence to the analytic experience that can lead to more integrated states of consciousness. Laura will present case material that demonstrates the importance and possibility of including the body in analytic work.

 

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Panel Discussion on Pathways to the Unconscious
Sep
18
7:00 PM19:00

Panel Discussion on Pathways to the Unconscious

The first program of the year, our annual meeting, will offer an overview of our theme – Pathways to the Unconscious. The board of Jung Cleveland will present a brief personal description of each of our favorite avenues entering our own unconscious. We will then open it up to the community for conversation, dialogue, and questions

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Medication Therapy and Depth Psychology: Friends, Enemies, or Neighbors?
Apr
3
6:30 PM18:30

Medication Therapy and Depth Psychology: Friends, Enemies, or Neighbors?

Join us for another of our Wednesday events at Forest Hill Church!

Free for members / $5 non-member; no pre-registration needed

Contemporary psychiatry is rooted in a medical disease model. Can such a model coexist with the paradigms of depth psychology? This lecture will explore psychiatry from historical and contemporary perspectives, with discussion of Kraepelin, Bleuler, Jung, and psychiatry in the 21st century.

About the presenter:

Dr. Benjamin Spinner is a Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist in Cleveland, OH. He has lectured on Philosophy of Psychiatry, History of Medicine, Human Development, and Pharmacotherapy.

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Video and Discussion: Myths & Monsters
Mar
6
6:30 PM18:30

Video and Discussion: Myths & Monsters

Join us for another of our Wednesday Gatherings!

March 6th, 6:30-8:00 pm at Forest Hill Church Presbyterian, 3031 Monticello Blvd, Cleveland Heights OH 44118

free for members/$5 non-members; no pre-registration needed

Stories have been told throughout history since the time of cave men. Over the centuries, this has evolved into modern cinema, television, and even video games - but some of the most well known fables and fairy tales have endured and are still told today. Myths & Monsters is a 6-part documentary that chronicles the origin of some of the best known stories in Western culture.

The episodes begin with a well crafted introduction that gives a brief overview on the content of the documentary before diving into the meat of the series. This opening episode, dubbed Heroes & Villains, introduces the Hero’s Journey template as depicted in the book The Hero With A Thousand Faces and explains how each story is crafted around this and explores the ones that defy this template.

We will watch the first 2 episodes together and then have time for discussion.

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR:

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Adina Davidson, Ph.D., LISW is in her final year of Jungian analytic training. She is in private practice in Cleveland Heights and Beachwood and serves as an Adjunct Professor at the Cleveland Institute of Art.

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Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle
Feb
6
6:30 PM18:30

Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle

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Join us for this Wednesday Evening Gathering on

SYNCHRONICITY

February 6th, 6:30-8:00 pm at Forest Hill Church Presbyterian, 3031 Monticello Blvd, Cleveland Heights OH 44118

Free for members/$5 non-member, no pre-registration required

DESCRIPTION:

In 1913, Jung began to have visions that foretold Europe’s plunge into World War I. How could this be? How could his psyche have connected to an event yet to occur? It would take another 30 years before Jung dove into this dilemma. Sparked by his correspondence with the famous physicist, Wolfgang Pauli, Jung would ponder the ultimate unity between the physical and psychic realms until his death in 1961. Come learn about the definition of synchronicity and join discussion about how we, as individuals, experience meaningful “coincidences” in our own lives.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

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Hallie B. Durchslag, Ph.D., LISW-S, is a Jungian-based psychotherapist with a private practice in Cleveland Heights, OH. She is a field instructor for the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University, and is President of the Jung Educational Center of Cleveland.

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The Archetypal Use of Jewelry and Adornment
Dec
5
6:30 PM18:30

The Archetypal Use of Jewelry and Adornment

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Wednesday Event

Free for Members/$5 non-members

6:30-8:00 pm Forest Hill Church Presbyterian

Join us for this unique exploration of how jewelry and the idea of adornment can connect us to common threads across cultures and times. Ariella Har-Even, a student at the Cleveland Institute of Art, will share how her research and artistic creations led her to a close connection with the archetypal realm of ceremony, ritual, and symbolic expression. Facilitated by Adina Davidson, PhD, LISW-S

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The artist, Ariella Har-Even, wearing one of her creations

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The Wound as a Bridge to the Numinous
Nov
7
6:30 PM18:30

The Wound as a Bridge to the Numinous

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The Wound as Bridge to the Numinous

Free for members, $5 non-members, no pre-registration required

6:30-8:00 pm Forest Hill Church Presbyterian

Wounding is a fundamental part of human experience that can connect us to undeveloped and unknown aspects of ourselves, to deeper experiences of the soul, and to the mysteries of life, which can be numinous. Laura Chapman, Jungian Analyst, will discuss ways in which the material generated from our wounded places can be integrated to shape our consciousness as we evolve.

ABOUT LAURA CHAPMAN

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Laura Chapman is a Jungian Analyst (2017) in private practice since 1980. Laura is an active member of Jung Cleveland as well as the Pittsburgh Society of Jungian Analysts (PSJA). She is also a member of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts (IRSJA) and the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP). Laura’s early work as a psychotherapist included a somatic approach aimed at developing the awareness between the body and mental/emotional processes. Her continued interest is how the conscious exploration of one’s wounded places can facilitate an opening for change, growth and the possibility of transformation.

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Oct
15
6:30 PM18:30

Jung 101!

Jung 101 is a 4-session class series that is appropriate for beginners to Jung’s work and analytical psychology, as well as those who want a deeper understanding of his theories. Continuing Education Credits are available (6 CEUs through CSWMFT and OPA)

DESCRIPTION:

This class will utilize Murray Stein’s Map of the Soul to immerse us in an understanding of Jungian psychology. Course participants will learn concepts and processes of Jungian psychological theory. Throughout the 4 weeks we will develop a deeper comprehension of Jung’s map of the psyche, complexes, archetypes, and the relationship between consciousness and the unconscious.By the end of the class series, participants will be able to identify and describe Jungian concepts; explain how complexes operate; and discuss the process and purpose of a Jungian analysis.

TIME AND DATES: Mondays 6:30-8:00 pm

October 15th: In our first session we will explore Jung’s map of the psyche, looking at conscious, the unconscious, and the collective unconscious.

October 22nd: In our second session we will deepen our understanding of what we started in the first session, looking more closely at shadow, archetypes, and the Self.

November 5th: Session three will explore complex theory

November 19th: Session four will tie all we have learned together, looking at ego-self-axis, telos, and Individuation.

COST:Space is limited to 14 participants

Member/non-member $160/$180

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ABOUT THE TEACHER:

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Randi Nathenson, LISW-S is a licensed clinical social worker and Jungian Analyst with a private practice in Highland Heights, OH. She is a diplomate of the Inter-regional Society of Jungian Analysts. She currently serves on the Board of The Jung Educational Center of Cleveland, and is active in many professional organizations, including the IAAP and Pittsburgh Jung Society.

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Annual Visiting Lecture Series: Jung and Ecology
Oct
5
to Oct 6

Annual Visiting Lecture Series: Jung and Ecology

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LECTURE: Friday evening October 5th 7 pm—9:00 pm

JUNG’S NEW AGE PARADIGM: AN ECOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK

In the 1950s, Carl Jung had already intuited the need for a paradigm shift in our relationship with nature, calling it a “new age” in which an ecological concept of psyche must exist alongside the human psychic experience. Come explore an archetypal perspective on the human impact on earth’s geology and ecosystems, and learn how Jung’s ecological lens can inform new models of educational and economic systems.

WORKSHOP: Saturday October 6th 10 am — 4:00 pm

JUNGIAN ECOSPYCHOLOGY: ESTABLISHING A SENSE OF PLACE IN THE MIDWEST

Our Midwestern landscape has been sculpted by ancient glaciers. Using myth, cultural stories of nature, and film, this workshop will open connections to the transcendent and sacred aspects of this geological history; and illustrate how this appreciation is an essential aspect to establishing, healing, and maintaining a sense of self. Participants will have opportunities to share their experiences of the land and seasons in their many dimensions.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

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Dennis Merritt, PhD is a Jungian analyst and ecopsychologist in Madison and Milwaukee, WI. He is a graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute-Zurich, and holds several academic distinctions, including Master’s Degrees in Humanistic Psychology—Clinical and Entomology, and a Doctorate in Insect Pathology from UC-Berkeley. Dr. Merritt is an author of several books, including The Dairy Farmer's Guide to the Universe—Jung, Hermes, and Ecopsychology. Dr. Merritt has special interest and expertise in exploring new alignments in academia to address environmental issues.

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Jun
20
6:30 PM18:30

Summer Solstice Drumming with Dyane Sherwood

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Summer Solstice Drumming

Dyane Sherwood, PhD

Join us for this gentle opening to what the unconscious offers each of us at this liminal time. Wear comfortable clothes and bring your drum and rattle, if you have them.  After a brief introduction and an optional sage smudging outside, we will pass a talking stick for a check in. People will then make themselves comfortable and open to inner experience, while Dyane drums for 20-30 minutes. We will segue into a group drumming and rattling. We will again pass the talking stick for optional sharing of the experience.

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Dyane Sherwood is a Licensed Psychologist and Jungian Analyst, Certified in both Adult and in Child and Adolescent Analysis, and a Certified Sandplay Therapist. She has a private practice in Oberlin, OH.

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Hindu Mythology: An Archetypal Lens into Psyche
May
22
7:00 PM19:00

Hindu Mythology: An Archetypal Lens into Psyche

  • Tuesdays May 22, 29, June 5, 12
  • 7:00-8:30 pm
  • Member/Non-Member $120/$140
  • 6 CEUs available $30
  • Space limited to 15 participants.

CALL US AT 216.916.2042 to find out how to register (due to technical difficulties, no online options at the moment)

DESCRIPTION:

Mythology gives us a glimpse into the deep structures of psyche. Join us as we look at Hindu mythology from a Jungian point of view. Hindu mythology in particular gives many of us a fresh, multicultural perspective on a shared archetypal experience. Participants will be given one myth each week and asked to bring questions to the group for deeper discussion.

This seminar will allow participants to:
1) Gain insight into archetypal structures of psyche and how they function in our lives;
2) Expand the lexicon of images and stories that frame and illuminate human experience.
3) Learn tools to use an archetypal lens in personal and/or clinical work.

About the Instructor:

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Adina Davidson, Ph.D., LISW is in her final year of Jungian analytic training and a board member for Jung Cleveland.  She is in private practice in Cleveland Heights and Beachwood and serves as an Adjunct Professor at the Cleveland Institute of Art.

 

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May
9
6:30 PM18:30

Individuation: The Dance between Ego and Self

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Is there a larger driving force invested in our personal growth? Jung's unique notion of individuation offers a model of partnership between  consciousness and the unconscious that offers paths to new insights and change,  sometimes in spite of ourselves!

Join us as we define concepts of ego, Self, individuation, and the ego-Self axis, and explore how it can inform our ways of being in the world.


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Facilitated by Jung Cleveland board members.

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Apr
11
6:30 PM18:30

Exploring Dreams from a Jungian Perspective

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EXPLORING DREAMS FROM A JUNGIAN PERSPECTIVE

6:30-8:00 pm

Facilitated by Jung Cleveland Board Members

Dreams can be a guide to the unknown aspects of psyche.  When we try to get to know these hidden parts of ourselves, we move toward wholeness.  This will be an introduction to working with our dreams in a small group setting.  We will discuss techniques, but will not work with participants dreams.  If there is interest, we will work toward forming additional ongoing dream groups. This program will be facilitated by Jung Cleveland Board members.

 

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Mar
14
6:30 PM18:30

Glossary Night!!

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GLOSSARY NIGHT!!

This program will be facilitated by Jung Cleveland Board members

6:30-8:00 pm

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Come learn the language of Jung! Join us as we review Jung’s career, examine the roots of his theories, and tackle the definitions and terminology that are the “bread and butter” of analytical psychology.

 

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Feb
14
6:30 PM18:30

Movie Night: Explore the Archetype of Creativity

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6:30 pm -- 8:00 pm

Cave of Forgotten Dreams, a beautiful and haunting documentary by Werner Herzog, poses the Jungian question of whether creativity is archetypal. The answer seems clear... creativity is just as integral to human nature as the drive toward sex or death. Screening of the film will be followed by a short discussion facilitated by Adina Davidson, Ph.D

 

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Adina Davidson Ph.D., LISW is in her sixth year of Jungian analytic training. She is in private practice in Cleveland Heights and Beachwood and serves as an adjunct
professor at the Cleveland Institute of Art.

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Dec
13
6:30 PM18:30

Solstice Drumming with Dyane Sherwood

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Celebrate the Winter Solstice with Drumming Experience

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

We received such positive feedback about Dyane's drumming program, we will be offering it again. Ritual and connection to the natural world are central to nurturing imagination and the numinous.

Join us for this gentle opening to what the unconscious offers each of us at this liminal time. After a brief introduction and an optional sage smudging outside, we will pass a talking stick for a check in. People will then make themselves comfortable and open to inner experience, while Dyane drums for 20- 30 minutes. We will segue into a group drumming and rattling. We will again pass the talking stick for optional sharing of the experience.

About Dyane Sherwood, PhD

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Dyane Sherwood is a Licensed Psychologist and Jungian Analyst, Certified in both Adult and in Child and Adolescent Analysis, and a Certified Sandplay Therapist. She has taught in depth about Active Imagination to therapists in analytic training, in continuing education workshops, and internationally. Her interest in shamanism came to her through a dream and active imagination, and she later studied shamanism with the late analyst Donald Sandner (Navajo Symbols of Healing, The Sacred Heritage) in the 1990’s. This led to years of traditional Lakota “medicine” training under the guidance of Lakota elder Pansy Hawkwing (Pine Ridge, SD).

No pre-registration required. Events are free for members or $5 for non-members. To become a member click below or join at the event.

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Nov
8
6:30 PM18:30

Special Viewing of Limited Release Documentary: Thomas B. Kirsch in conversation with Murray Stein in the home of C.G. Jung

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6:30 pm -- approximately 9:00 pm

(Please be prepared for longer than usual evening. The movie runs 113 minutes. There will be one brief intermission and a discussion to follow.)

“Thomas Kirsch is by now the elder states person of analytical psychology. This is the most personal, revealing and thought provoking interview he has given.” —Andrew Samuels

“Murray Stein’s sensitive and probing questioning allows Dr. Kirsch’s exacting memory of people, places, and issues of different eras in his long life career as a Jungian to flow like the film’s music - with a warmth and beauty that is both touching and enlightening.” —Tom Singer

Our Discussion Facilitator

    

 

 

Dr. Sherwood is a Jungian analyst, a Teaching Member of the Sandplay Therapists of America (CST-T), and psychologist (OH6693) in private practice in Oberlin, Ohio.  
For ten years she served as Editor of Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, and currently serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Analytical Psychology.
Some of her articles and book chapters can be downloaded from her website: dyanesherwood.com

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The Quantum World and Jung's Notion of Self
Oct
27
to Oct 28

The Quantum World and Jung's Notion of Self

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The Self in the Quantum World

Friday evening lecture (October 27, 2017) and Saturday workshop (October 28, 2017).

Lecture: The Age of Imagination

  • Date: 10/27/17
  • Time: 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
  • Cost: $25 for members / $30 for non-members
  • CEUs: 2 CEUs are available for Friday’s lecture (an additional $10)

Is imagination central to the cosmos or is it only an addendum? Is it like some kind of dazzling make-up which, when removed, leaves the order of the universe fundamentally unchanged, or not?

Modern quantum mechanics increasingly reveals that imagination is integral to the cosmos. It matters and makes our world whole and delightful. In this lecture, Dr. LeMouël, international physicist, reflects on the central role that imagination may be destined to play in the coming age.

 

Workshop: The Quantum and the Self

  • Date: 10/28/17
  • Time: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
  • Cost: $85 for members / $95 for non-members
  • CEUs: 4.5 CEUs are available for Saturday's workshop (an additional $25)

Since psychiatrist C.G. Jung and physicist Wolfgang Pauli collaborated on the convergence of depth psychology and quantum physics in the 1950's, much scientific progress has been made which lends support to the far-reaching possibility of the unity of matter and psyche. This workshop situates Jung's work in the historical context of the development of physical sciences and shows that Jung's concept of the self, is a remarkable analog to the concept of the quantum.

 

About the Presenter:

Christophe LeMouël, Ph.D. was trained as a quantum physicist and did theoretical research in high energy physics for several years in France and Greece. He also worked as a project manager at the National Center for Nuclear Energy in Paris, France, before moving to Los Angeles in 2007. Fascinated by the connection of physics and psychology, he lectured internationally on this topic. He is currently the Executive Director of the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles and the Science Editor of the Jungian journal Psychological Perspectives. He is also adjunct faculty at Relativity School where he teaches physics to the next generation of filmmakers.      

 

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Oct
11
6:30 PM18:30

Finding your Inner Gun: A Jungian Perspective on Mass shootings and American Gun Culture

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Join us for the first Membership Event of the Season!

6:30-8:00 pm

This presentation will examine the phenomenon of mass shootings in terms of their psychological meaning. Explore the archetypal symbolism of guns, and discuss how American gun culture points to a cultural complex. Randi Nathenson will guide us in examining the shadow aspects of this complex as well as its positive creative potential.

Randi Nathenson, MSSA, LISW-S

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Randi Nathenson is a licensed clinical social worker.  She has a private practice in Highland Heights. Randi is a Training Candidate with the Inter-regional society of Jungian Analysts.

 

No pre-registration required. Events are free for members or $5 for non-members. To become a member click below or join at the event.

 
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Sep
27
6:30 PM18:30

First Annual Membership Meeting


Meet our Jungian Analysts!

Take advantage of our first-ever panel discussion with Jungian professionals!

Wednesday, September 27
6:30-8:00 pm
The First Unitarian Church of Cleveland21600 Shaker Boulevard Shaker Heights OH 44122
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As a thank-you for your membership support, we are bringing together our region's Jungian analysts, training candidates, and Jungian-based therapists for an interactive panel discussion.

Learn more about the Jungian community, ask questions, meet your Jung Cleveland Board members, and get the first look at our programs for the coming season:

  • Be the first to hear the 2017-18 programming schedule
  • register for limited-enrollment classes

Not a member yet? It's not too late!
Click here to register online or simply join at the event

 

 

 

Or purchase your membership at the event with cash or check payable to Jung Cleveland

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A Native American Paradox: Living in Harmony, the Necessity of Chaos
Jun
2
to Jun 3

A Native American Paradox: Living in Harmony, the Necessity of Chaos

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Coyote is sometimes a man, sometimes a god, sometimes an animal; a restless trickster, inquisitive, obscene, adventurous and diabolically challenging — a desert Mephistopheles. — Joseph Henderson (1956)

Lecture

Living in Harmony with the Natural World: The Lakota World View

  • Date: 6/2/17
  • Time: 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
  • Cost: $25 for members / $30 for non-members
  • CEUs: 2 CEUs are available for Friday’s lecture (an additional $10)

Lecture Description:

Dyane Sherwood will speak about the symbolic and experiential way that the Lakota (“Sioux”) tribe’s ancient spiritual tradition situates the individual within the natural world and within community.

We will look at fundamental symbols and rituals, as well as a story that teaches the value of feminine wisdom. This will be related to the alienation and suffering expressed by many people seeking psychotherapy today, who have lost their orientation and sense of belonging in the natural world and within a community with shared values.

The lecture will be followed by a ritual of drumming as a form of active imagination, as practiced by the late Donald Sandner. Wear comfortable clothing and bring drums and rattles so we can celebrate together at the end.

Workshop

Coyote: The Great North American Trickster

  • Date: 6/3/17
  • Time: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
  • Cost: $85 for members / $95 for non-members
  • CEUs: 4.5 CEUs are available for Saturday's workshop (an additional $25)

Workshop Description:

Dyane Sherwood will introduce you to Coyote, the Great North American Trickster, greedy and lascivious, who transgresses boundaries and cultural norms. Native American Coyote stories use outrageous humor to teach us about the Coyote in ourselves and in others.

Each person will have the opportunity to use paper, clay, paint, and other art supplies to make your own Coyote figure. We will make the figures in the morning, and then paint and decorate them at the end of the afternoon. You may also wish to write a story of your own about an encounter with Coyote!

After lunch, and before completing our Coyotes, we will learn about a Navajo story and no-longer practiced healing ritual that takes us more deeply into the evil and harm caused by Coyote when his path leads to addiction, abuse, and mental illness. The group will be invited to participate in a discussion of the ways the the stories and ritual can inform therapeutic practice, as well as everyday life. (Registration limited to 30 attendees.)

 

About the Presenter:

Dyane N. Sherwood, Ph.D., is a Jungian psychoanalyst and a teaching member of the Sandplay Therapists of America. She began her study of shamanism, including Native American traditions, with the late Jungian analyst, Donald Sander. She worked for many years with the Lakota elder Pansy Hawking and underwent vision quests and participated in the Sun Dance on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Dr. Sherwood has a private practice in Oberlin.

 

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AFFILIATE EVENT: JACO Presents Dreams & the Dynamics of Transformation
Jun
2
to Jun 3

AFFILIATE EVENT: JACO Presents Dreams & the Dynamics of Transformation

Please note: JUNG CLEVELAND is not handling or accepting registrations for this event. 

Lecture:

Date: June 2, 2017 & June 3, 2017                                                                                  
Time:  7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Costs:  

Full Weekend: Friday and Saturday, June 2-3, Members - $85, Not Yet Members - $95 by May 19; $105 after May 19

Friday only - June 2, 7:00p - 9:00p, Members - $35, Not Yet Members - $45 by May 19; $55 after May 19,

Saturday only - June 3, 9:00a - 1:15p,Members - $65, Not Yet Members - $75 by May 19; $85 after May 19

CEUs: Free to JACO Members; $15 for Not Yet Members, 6 CEUs for full weekend (2 CEUs Fri. only; 4 CEUs Sat. only)

Description:

FRIDAY - Dream & Symbol as the Language of Soul A consideration of how dreams and symbols manifest what Jung called "the transcendent function," an inner psychic factor promoting personal and societal transformation.

 SATURDAY - Approaching the Meaning of Dreams A presentation of the central elements of Jungian dream work that further examines the structure and types of dreams, as well as frequent dream images, motifs and situations. Specific suggestions will be given for understanding and interpreting dreams. In short, we will explore how the symbolic processes of dreams can function as a diagnostic tool for recognizing and resolving psychological conflicts

Register: 

Online: www.jungcentralohio.org

Phone: JACO office 614.291.8050

Mail: Please make check payable to JACO (with your name and phone) and send to:JACO, 59 W. 3rd Ave., Columbus, OH 43201

 

About the Presenter:

Richard Sweeney has a gift for helping people understand Jungian concepts more clearly and deeply through his lectures. A Jungian psychoanalyst, licensed clinical counselor in private practice, Dick holds a PhD in religion and psychology from the Graduate Theological Union and a diploma in analytical psychology from C. G. Jung Institute, Zurich, and serves in their international faculty wing

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Musings on Healing (or Easing) the Narcissistic Wound
May
17
6:30 PM18:30

Musings on Healing (or Easing) the Narcissistic Wound

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Musings on Healing (or Easing) the Narcissistic Wound

Date: May 17, 2017                                                                                           
Time:  6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
CEUs:  No CEUs Available
Costs: Free for Jung Cleveland members; $5 for non-members. No preregistration is required. 

Description:

Join us for the last Wednesday event of the season to discuss the prevalence of narcissistic personality disorder, the narcissistic wound and the archetypal defenses of that wound.

About Davidson: 

Adina Davidson Ph.D., LISW is in her fifth year of Jungian analytic training. She is in private practice in Cleveland Heights and Beachwood and serves as an adjunct professor at the Cleveland Institute of Art.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Drumming as Active Imagination Presented by Dyane N. Sherwood
Apr
19
6:30 PM18:30

Drumming as Active Imagination Presented by Dyane N. Sherwood

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Group Discussion

Drumming as Active Imagination

Date: April 19, 2017                                                                                             
Time:  6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
CEUs:  No CEUs Available
Costs: Free for Jung Cleveland members; $5 for non-members. No preregistration is required. 

Description:

Wear comfortable clothing and bring a blanket, pad or pillow so you can sit down or lie on the floor. If you have a drum or a rattle, bring them, too. Settle in to reverie while Dyane drums. There are no expectations of what will come, and you may choose to share your experience or not when the talking stick is passed at the end of the program.

About Sherwood: 

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Dyane N. Sherwood, Ph.D., is a Jungian Psychoanalyst and a Teaching Member of the Sandplay Therapists of America (STA). She began her study of shamanism, including Native American traditions, the late Jungian analyst, Donald Sandner. She worked for many years with the Lakota elder Pansy Hawking, and underwent vision quests and participated in the Sun Dance on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Dr. Sherwood has a private practice in Oberlin.

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Untangling Knots: Working with Jung's Theory of Complexes
Apr
8
10:00 AM10:00

Untangling Knots: Working with Jung's Theory of Complexes

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Untangling Knots: Working with Jung's Theory of Complexes

Date: April 8, 2017                                                                                         
Time:  10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
CEUs:  4.5 CEUs are available for Saturday's workshop (an additional $25)
Costs: $85 for members / $95 for non-members / $80 for senior members / $85 for senior non-members / $10 for students (with valid i.d)

Program Description:

Have you ever been gripped by an unexpected emotion when trying to express a simple idea? If so, you have experienced what Jung labels a complex. A complex hijacks our true self, controlling our feelings and responses: the complex “has us,” we don’t “have it.” We are left manifesting some aspect of a false self; the “not-me.” Complexes tangle us in “nots,” and are difficult to “un-not” on one’s own. A knotty situation indeed!

Using lecture, discussion, video clips, and experiential exercises, this workshop will help participants connect with the nature of a complex and learn tools to identify, understand, and untangle the knots of personal experience. This workshop is excellent for individuals interested in self-discovery and for therapists looking to enhance clinical work with clients. Participants will be able to:

  • Define Jung’s model of a complex, including the relationship between the ego, consciousness, and unconscious aspects of the complex.
  • Learn the technique of active imagination to identify and differentiate contemporaneous and historical material related to the complexes.

Presenter:

Robert Sheavly is a Jungian Analyst in Washington, DC, the director of the Central Washington Psychotherapy Associates and the Director of Training for the Philadelphia Jung Institute. Bob also serves as treasurer of the Jungian Analysts of Washington Association (JAWA) and the Philadelphia Association of Jungian Analysts (PAJA). He is a former church organist, an avid choral singer performing regularly with the National Symphony Orchestra and the author of Ensouling AIDS: The Archetypal Dimension of the LGBT Choral Movement

 

 

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AFFILIATE EVENT: JACO Presents Soul Work, Jung & Field of Dreams with Anthony Moore, Ph.D.
Mar
18
9:00 AM09:00

AFFILIATE EVENT: JACO Presents Soul Work, Jung & Field of Dreams with Anthony Moore, Ph.D.

Please note: JUNG CLEVELAND is not handling or accepting registrations for this event. For additional information and to register, please contact: workshops@jungohio.com

Movie & Discussion

Date: March 18, 2017                                                                                                  
Time:  9:00 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
Costs:  JAICO members $40, Non-Members $45, Reception at the Wine Bistro $10,

Description:

Drawing from his book Father, Son and Healing Ghosts, Anthony Moore begins this program with a brief review of Jungian concepts. We will then view segments of the movie Field of Dreams, interpreting images and narrative of the movie from a Jungian perspective. The movie provides a powerful dramatization of how the healing process of the human psyche functions. Using images from the movie as a guide, we will outline a methodology for doing inner work.
 
The program concludes with Tony's personal account of applying this methodology to connect to his father who was killed in World War II. By telling the story of his father and fellow Marines, he will describe how he came to know his father and overcame the life-long void he felt from his father’s death.
 
Time will be given for personal reflection and group sharing.
Book available for $11 including tax ($10 for members)

Continue the Conversation

You are cordially invited to join us for conversation and appetizers with our speaker immediately following our program at the Wine Bistro - Upper Arlington,
1750 W. Lane Ave.
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About the Presenter:

Anthony Moore served for 34 years as a teacher, administrator and spiritual director at Georgetown University. His research and teaching focused on the integration of philosophy, psychology and spirituality. Introduced to Jung through the use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator in his teaching and organizational consulting, he had taught Jungian psychology for several years when the Jungian images and symbols inField of Dreams revealed areas of his own psychic life that pertained to the loss of his father, who was killed in war without meeting his son. These reflections led to using the movie's images and symbols as a guide to writing  Father, Son and Healing Ghosts, a book recounting his journey, a “journey to wholeness,” to connect to his father. Anthony Moore earned a Ph.D. from Fordham University and a Master of Divinity from the Weston School of Theology. He lives in Falls Church, VA.
 

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