Depth Psychology is a holistic mind/body/spirit branch of analytical psychology. It is exquisitely tailored for the holistic practitioner and unique for those individuals seeking meaning. This series of twelve sessions will introduce the dynamics integral to understanding depth psychology. Session topics include:
April 6, 20: Dreams
May 4, 18: Modern-Day Applications of Ancient Myths
June 1, 15: Growing Down, as Contrasted to Growing Up
July 6, 20: Symbolism in the Media
September 7, 21: Individual Symbols
October 5, 19: Neuroscience and Memory
Dreams: Approaching the Unconscious
April 6 and 20, 2017, 9:30-11:00 AM
Lawrence Public Library, Meeting Room C
Just as the physical body has self-regulating mechanisms to sustain stability, Psyche maintains balance through the use of imagery, the type of symbols often found in dreams. By the end of this first program, you will understand the significance of dreams to wellness/wholeness.
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Call 785-766-9441 by March 30 to register. Future meeting venues may change, depending upon the number of registrants. Further information about the content of other classes in the series will be provided via email by request at this same telephone number, and they will be updated on the this website. With enough expressed interest, an evening session may be added.
Dr. Lois E. Wilkins, PhD, APRN is a Theorist, Depth Psychotherapist, Researcher and Consultant, and she has published numerous articles and poetry.