Approaching the Dream Online Study Group (Chapters from Echo’s Subtle Body by Patricia Berry) Facilitated by Rose Holt

Facilitator:  Rose F. Holt, M. A., Diplomate Jungian Analyst
Dates:  Wednesdays of October 30, November 6, 13, 20, 27 and December 4, 2019
Time:  7-8 PM CST
Location: Online
Maximum Participants: 12
CE’s Possible:  6 with an additional $15 due 12-4-19

$105.00

Available!

Description

In this online seminar-style study group, we will explore three essays about dreams and various approaches to understanding them from Jungian Analyst, Patricia Berry’s, acclaimed book Echo’s Subtle Body.

This online study group is available for anyone with a device for connecting to the internet with a high speed Wi-Fi connection. We will use the Zoom video service platform. If you have questions about the study group or the mechanics of the online classroom, please contact Rose F. Holt at rosefholt@gmail.com or at 314-740-6207.

Participants will need to purchase a copy of Echo’s Subtle Body (Third Revised Edition) by Patricia Berry. Amazon Smile benefits this Jung Society.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Participants will gain a broad perspective on approaches to dreams.
  2. Participants will develop an appreciation for the value of dreams and their place in one’s personal psychology.
  3. Participants who are practitioners will understand the value and importance of separating their own biases and attitudes from those of their clients so that the dream can be allowed to “speak for itself.”

Rose F. Holt, M.A., is a Jungian analyst in private practice in St. Louis and is a member of the Chicago Association of Jungian Analysts, the Interregional Society of Jungian Analysts, and the Heartland Association of Jungian Analysts. She received her Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago in 2001. She served for 12 years as the Advisory Analyst to the C. G. Jung Society of St. Louis. Rose has taught numerous courses in all facets of Jungian psychology and has authored articles and essays on the topic. She maintains a blog, “Jungian Psychology,” at roseholt.blogspot .