Archetypes and the Process of Individuation in a Vulnerable Setting with Fradi Spilberg (Study Group)

Saturdays August 12, 19 and 26 – 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm. (Central)
Location: In person at the home of the presenter
(Note that all participating members must provide proof of up-to-date COVID boosters)
Maximum Participants: 12
Registration price: Friends – $15; Others – $30

*6 CEs are available for this workshop. CE-seeking participants must apply separately for CEs here.




We will read The Giver by Lois Lowry as a guide to our discussions, and will meet for three sessions at my house, lasting 2 hours from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm on three consecutive Saturdays.

Reading (Link to purchase the book)

  • For our first meeting we will read The Giver, pp 1- 81.
  • On our second session we will read pp 82-148.
  • And for our last session we will read to the end of the book pp 149-225.
  • If time permits, we will work on our own individual mandalas.

Learning objectives
By the end of this course, participants will:

  1. Participants will discuss and learn how the process of individuation might work in a vulnerable setting.
  2. How Archetypes and imagery may be influenced in a constrained milieu.
  3. Compare the previous 2 to our present setting and its effects on each participant.

Fradi Spilberg, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist, has had a varied career spanning more than 35 years. As a psychotherapist, her formative development encompasses Jungian psychology, shamanism, and Tibetan meditation as well as a deep interest in art. She received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 1984.