This 6-week class series will utilize Edward Edinger’s book, Ego and Archetype, to explore central aspects of Jungian psychology. Over the 6 weeks, participants will develop a deeper comprehension of the individuation process and Jung’s vision of psychological wholeness through in-class readings, discussion, and creative exercises. (9 CEUs are available through CSWMFT and OPA).
TIME AND DATES:
6 Mondays, 6:30 pm—8:00 pm
January 28th; February 11, 25; March 11, 18; April 1
Jan 28th: In our first session we will explore the concept of Individuation
Feb 11th: In our second session we will explore the stages of development
Feb 25th: Session three will explore the concept of ego-self axis
March 11th: Session four will explore the function of the symbol in the individuation process
March 18th and April 1st: Sessions five and six will tie what we have learned together with an exploration of archetypal material from fairy tale and myth
$180 member / $205 non-member
9 CEUs available for $45
Limited to 14 participants
ABOUT THE TEACHER:
Randi Nathenson, LISW-S, Jungian Analyst 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.
Workshop space is provided by The Anima Mundi Project located in the historic Rockefeller Building on the corner of Lee and Mayfield Roads in Cleveland Hts, OH. For questions about directions, call Hallie Durchslag at 216-916-2070. This space is NOT wheelchair accessible