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‘Psyche, Soul, and Taboo in the Neuroscientific Age’ Lecture Presented by Dr. Jerry Kroth

  • The First Unitarian Church of Cleveland 21600 Shaker Boulevard Shaker Heights, OH, 44122 United States (map)


Psyche, Soul, and Taboo in the Neuroscientific Age

Cost: $5

CEUs: No CEUs Available

Lecture Description:

In his lecture about eight different psychological phenomena, Jerry Kroth, Ph.D., will take a closer look at those considered taboo in the current deterministic and mechanistic scientific landscape and those which challenge any such reduction of soul and human experience. Honing in on near death experiences, psychic dreams, telepathy, synchronicity, premonitions, creative possession, archetypes, and paranormal activity, this presentation has a deeply Jungian flavor, and those interested in Jungian psychology will find it a fascinating lens from which to explore constructs in today’s scientific landscape.

About Kroth:

Dr. Kroth is an Associate Professor Emeritus from Santa Clara University in California whose teaching assignments have included psychotherapy/personality theory, dreamwork, and research methods. In addition, he has an abiding therapeutic interest in working with dreams, personal oracles, and the applications of dream theory to psychohistory.