LECTURES, COURSES, WORKSHOPS
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Featured Public Events
Nov. 1: “Complexes” Tim Pilgrim
Nov. 8: “Typology” Mary Tomlinson
Nov. 15: “Anima and Animus” Robert Black
Nov. 29: “Shadow and Persona” Graham Jackson
Lecture at 14 Elm
An exploration of the unconscious forces which rule conscious living through a
symbolic-psychological analysis of George Frideric Handel's enchanting opera Alcina.
This opera is being produced by Toronto-based Opera Atelier from October 23 -November 1, 2014
SUSTAINING MEMBERS: FREE
NON MEMBERS: $20 IN ADVANCE; $25 AT THE DOOR
A consideration of the possible roles, meanings and importance of symbolic activity in psychological functioning and development, with particular regard to the individuation process. Examples from C.G. Jung as well as the lecturer’s clinical practice will be provided.