Two Special Events!

PRESENTER: Patricia Berry, Ph.D., Jungian Analyst

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9th, 2018
“Archetypal Psychology: Soul-Making When There is ‘No There There'”

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 2018
“Archetypal Psychology Dream Work”

7 CEs Available

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Special Event Descriptions

Archetypal Psychology: Soul-Making When There is “No There There”

Archetypal Psychology is one of the distinct movements that emerged out of Carl Jung’s Analytical Psychology, among other psychological and philosophical traditions. It likens what it calls the psyche or soul to a polytheistic mythology by emphasizing the myriad images that influence and are influenced by our psychological lives. A fundamental tenant of Archetypal Psychology is the interpretative method James Hillman called “seeing through.” But to what does one see through? What if, as Gertrude Stein so famously said in the first quarter of the 20th century, “there IS no there there?

Freud & Jung’s notion of Depth Psychology continued to fill out and gather steam during this same modernist period of abstraction and angst. Where is the soul of Depth Psychology now? What implications might we garner from our now broader psychological history and current cultural dilemmas–which many find to be at least as concerning as those in the early 20th century. Who are we now and what can we do?

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Following the completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • List three ways in which our current cultural situation is similar to that in the early 19th century;
  • Describe three ways in which it is different; and
  • Compare a post Post-Modern attitude with a Post-Modern one.

 

Archetypal Psychology Dream Work

Archetypal Psychology developed in large measure out of Jung’s Analytical Psychology, emphasizing the multiplicity of the psyche, or soul. Spearheaded by James Hillman and Pat Berry, Archetypal Psychology stresses the living reality of imagination, fantasy, myth, and metaphor as the work of the soul. One of the most powerful expressions of the work of the soul is dream images. This workshop will work with dreams brought by participants. We will see how methods, assumptions, and values using an Archetypal Psychological approach differ from those of other approaches. We will also examine what these differences imply. We will be as true as possible to the images each psychic dream moment presents to us.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Following the completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Define what Archetypal Psychology means by a finalistic approach to a dream;
  • Identify in a simple sentence what is meant by Layard’s Rule; and
  • Assess when one might choose not to use this approach.

PARTICIPANTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING IN DREAMS

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Archetypal Psychology: Soul-Making When There is “No There There”

Archetypal Psychology is one of the distinct movements that emerged out of Carl Jung’s Analytical Psychology, among other psychological and philosophical traditions. It likens what it calls the psyche or soul to a polytheistic mythology by emphasizing the myriad images that influence and are influenced by our psychological lives. A fundamental tenant of Archetypal Psychology is the interpretative method James Hillman called “seeing through.” But to what does one see through? What if, as Gertrude Stein so famously said in the first quarter of the 20th century, “there IS no there there?

Freud & Jung’s notion of Depth Psychology continued to fill out and gather steam during this same modernist period of abstraction and angst. Where is the soul of Depth Psychology now? What implications might we garner from our now broader psychological history and current cultural dilemmas–which many find to be at least as concerning as those in the early 20th century. Who are we now and what can we do?

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Following the completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • List three ways in which our current cultural situation is similar to that in the early 19th century;
  • Describe three ways in which it is different; and
  • Compare a post Post-Modern attitude with a Post-Modern one.

 

Archetypal Psychology Dream Work

Archetypal Psychology developed in large measure out of Jung’s Analytical Psychology, emphasizing the multiplicity of the psyche, or soul. Spearheaded by James Hillman and Pat Berry, Archetypal Psychology stresses the living reality of imagination, fantasy, myth, and metaphor as the work of the soul. One of the most powerful expressions of the work of the soul is dream images. This workshop will work with dreams brought by participants. We will see how methods, assumptions, and values using an Archetypal Psychological approach differ from those of other approaches. We will also examine what these differences imply. We will be as true as possible to the images each psychic dream moment presents to us.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Following the completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Define what Archetypal Psychology means by a finalistic approach to a dream;
  • Identify in a simple sentence what is meant by Layard’s Rule; and
  • Assess when one might choose not to use this approach.

PARTICIPANTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING IN DREAMS

About The Presenter

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Patricia Berry, Ph.D.,

is a renowned Jungian Analyst who received her diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C. G. Jung Institute Zurich in 1974. Together with James Hillman, her partner of 20 years, she is one of the founders of Archetypal Psychology. She has taught widely and took residency positions along with Hillman as adjunct faculty at Yale University, the University of Syracuse, and the University of Dallas, where, in addition to teaching undergraduate courses, she became a student in the graduate school, earning her Ph.D. in 1984. Many of her earlier talks and papers are collected in her best-known work, Echo’s Subtle Body: A Contribution to Archetypal Psychology. Later papers focus on a wide range of phenomena such as multiple personality disorder, child abuse, the orphan, film, and aesthetics. She has been professionally active with Jungian educational institutions for over 50 years, serving as Director of Training and President of both the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and of the C. G. Jung Institute of Boston. In 1991 she was the first Scholar in Residence at Pacifica.

About The Presenter

Patricia Berry, Ph.D.,

is a renowned Jungian Analyst who received her diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C. G. Jung Institute Zurich in 1974. Together with James Hillman, her partner of 20 years, she is one of the founders of Archetypal Psychology. She has taught widely and took residency positions along with Hillman as adjunct faculty at Yale University, the University of Syracuse, and the University of Dallas, where, in addition to teaching undergraduate courses, she became a student in the graduate school, earning her Ph.D. in 1984. Many of her earlier talks and papers are collected in her best-known work, Echo’s Subtle Body: A Contribution to Archetypal Psychology. Later papers focus on a wide range of phenomena such as multiple personality disorder, child abuse, the orphan, film, and aesthetics. She has been professionally active with Jungian educational institutions for over 50 years, serving as Director of Training and President of both the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and of the C. G. Jung Institute of Boston. In 1991 she was the first Scholar in Residence at Pacifica.

Dates & Times

Archetypal Psychology: Soul-Making When There is “No There There”
Friday, November 9th, 2018
7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
(6:30 Wine & Cheese)

Archetypal Psychology Dream Work
Saturday, November 10th, 2018
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
(Morning coffee/tea and lunch included)

Price

FRIDAY Workshop
$65.00

FRIDAY Workshop + 2 CEs
$71.00

SATURDAY Workshop
$185.00

SATURDAY Workshop + 5 CEs
$200.00

FRI & SAT Workshops
$250.00

FRI & SAT Workshops + 7 CEs
$271.00

Location

Google Map of Palm Beach State College

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REGISTRATION & RSVP DEADLINE
Please register online or contact us to pre-pay for the SATURDAY event by Wednesday, November 7th at 12:00 p.m and please register online or contact us to pre-pay for the FRIDAY event by Thursday, November 8th at 5:00 p.m.

WALK-INS CAN NOT BE ACCOMMODATED FOR THE SATURDAY EVENT. Prepayment is a requirement to attend on Saturday. 

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