Note that this product listing is only for 8 CEs for those who registered for and participated in one of Francesca’s Inner Meaning of Greek Mythology Online Study Groups.
These online study groups were devoted to study of Edinger’s thesis based on Jung’s concepts and ideas.
- Participants will be able to describe the ways in which Greek mythology is pertinent to Jung’s idea of the transpersonal or archetypal psyche.
- Participants will gain an understanding of how the images of Greek deities continue to speak with us as we listen to their stories.
- Participants will understand how Greek mythology influenced Western culture, and therefore Western psychology.
- Participants will understand the ways in which terms such as anima, animus, psyche, and individuation are demonstrated in the stories in Greek mythology.
Francesca Ferrentelli, Ph.D. is a Jungian-influenced psychotherapist, mythologist, author, and storyteller in St. Louis, MO. In her private practice, she specializes in trauma, eating disorders, addictions, adult children of alcoholics, and EMDR therapy. She received her doctorate in Mythological Studies from Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2003 and her M.A. in Professional Psychology from Lindenwood University in 1993. She has led multiple study groups for the St. Louis Jung Society. Her children’s book, The Zebra and the Black Pony was released in 2020.