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Recent Blog Posts

Transgenerational Complexes in Coco with Johann Mynhardt (October 29, 2022)

…the unconscious corresponds to the mythic land of the dead, the land of the ancestors. ~Carl Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections pg. 191 On Saturday, October 29, participants in this online workshop explored transgenerational complexes through the lens of the Disney / Pixar animated feature Coco. In the film, young Miguel is mysteriously thrust into the mythic land of ancestors and is tasked with resolving generational complexes and trauma. Though seemingly light-hearted family entertainment, the film has rich themes participants explored…

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Our Polarized Culture: Healing the Individual and the Collective with Donald Kalsched, Ph.D., and Thomas Singer, M.D. (September 30 & October 1, 2022)

After postponing our 7th biennial Jung in the Heartland Conference in light of COVID-19, then planning for an in-person conference that was not to be (also in light of COVID), the Society was pleased to convene our 7th biennial Jung in the Heartland Conference, reimagined to provide both outstanding faculty and varied experiential offerings in a fully virtual format. For two days, participants from around the United States and the world gathered via zoom as Donald Kalsched, Ph.D., and Thomas…

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Joel Kroeker “When Psyche Sings” Lecture & Workshop (July 15–16, 2022)

The evening of Friday, July 15, lecture participants joined the Society for an in-depth look at the relationship between music and psyche as Jungian analyst Joel Kroeker shared an approach to working with musical symbols within analysis, which he calls Archetypal Music Psychotherapy. He highlighted how many of us feel the loss of our connection to the simple, vital immediacy that musical expression offers. By distilling music into its basic archetypal elements, Joel helped participants explore how to rediscover their…

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Our Polarized Culture: Healing the Individual and the Collective with Donald Kalsched, Ph.D., and Thomas Singer, M.D.

We are pleased to convene our 7th biennial Jung in the Heartland Conference, reimagined to provide both outstanding faculty and varied experiential offerings in a fully virtual format. We welcome individuals from all fields. Our Polarized Culture: Healing the Individual and the Collective Conference Program Highlights DONALD KALSCHED, PH.D. The Polarizing vs. the Integrating Psyche Enduring patterns of dividing and differentiating and—on the other hand—unifying and integrating exist in all of us asindividuals and in the collective as well. This…

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