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Recent Blog Posts

Grabbed By Persephone / Consoled By Demeter: Presentation & Symposium on the Greek Myth of Persephone and Demeter (April 28, 2023)

During this Friday night event, Lou Galloway-Zapiain led attendees in an in-person program designed for mythologists in general, those with specific interest in the Persephone / Demeter myth, those students of Jung seeking to understand more fully the workings of archetypes, and those who work with populations dealing with trauma as a result of displacement or sudden upheaval in life. The presentation focused on how the 3,000-year-old myth manifested itself to touch the lives of immigrants and refugees in 2022.…

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A Jungian Analysis of The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo: A Toy Rabbit’s Path Toward Individuation With Francesca “Cheska” Ferrentelli, Ph.D. (March 3, 2023)

During this Friday night event, Dr. Francesca “Cheska” Ferrentelli told the story The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane — one of Kate DiCamillo’s rich, powerful, and moving middle-grade reader books whose highly archetypal themes are akin to modern-day fairy tales — and discussed it from a Jungian and archetypal perspective. She then presented participants with study questions before they moved to breakout rooms to discuss their findings. Later, everyone came back together in the larger group, where individuals were welcomed…

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James Hollis Zoom Lecture — Necessary Fictions: Therapy as the Critique of “Stories” (February 24, 2023)

The evening of Friday, February 24, lecture participants joined the Society as James Hollis invited them to consider how stories — provisional, localized, and often created at an early stage of our history — become defining narratives, and how therapy can be understood as the identification of and critical analysis of our operative or “meta-stories.” Until these “narrative interpretations” can be smoked out, we remain their captives. Through a series of questions, Dr. Hollis encouraged participants to examine the stories…

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Martha Peacock Lecture & Workshop (December 2–3, 2022)

The evening of Friday, December 2, lecture participants joined the Society as Martha Peacock led an in-depth exploration of the value of memoir writing as a step on the path to what Jung called the individuation process. To give the audience a taste of memoir writing, they were asked to reflect and write personally about the three stages of alchemy: Nigredo: the dark night of the soul that often includes suffering and grief Albedo: an awakening of the spirit, a…

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