Time: January 6, 2017 at 12pm to February 3, 2017 at 2pm
Location: "online—times listed are U.S. Pacific Standard Time"
Website or Map: http://www.depthpsychologyall…
Event Type: 5-week online group
Organized By: Depth Psychology Alliance / Eva Rider & Donna May
Latest Activity: Jan 12, 2017
In epic (and epoch) changing times such as the one we inhabit, it can be hard to find our center and ground in isolation.
Feelings of fear, anxiety, or being "stuck" are not always easy to work through in isolation, and witnessing and delving into the healing power of images and dreams in a community of likeminded people can be just the right recipe for regaining equilibrium.
In this soulful 5-week online group we will:
Over the course of 5 2-hour group sessions led by Eva Rider and Donna May, in community, we will engage image, symbol and meaning through art, poetry and music to explore the emerging collective field together.
Fridays, 12-2pm US PST
Jan 6 - Feb 3
$179 Alliance members
$199 Non-Alliance members
This online group is intended to be highly interactive. Please come prepared to turn on your video camera for a more connected experience.
Note: In order to protect the container so participants can feel comfortable sharing, we do not plan to record this event for public replay.
ABOUT the FACILITATORS
Eva Rider MA, LMFT, is a Jungian depth psychotherapist, workshop leader and lecturer. She holds a BA in History from McGill University and an M.A. in Psychology from John F. Kennedy University, where she taught as adjunct instructor. Eva is a graduate of the Marion Woodman BodySoul Rhythms™ Leadership Training, a certified hypnotherapist, and dreamwork teacher, exploring personal and archetypal dream processes using fairy tale, myth, music, art, poetry and movement. Eva’s passion is a journey of unveiling the feminine through correspondences between Jungian theory, alchemy and Psyche/Soma as revealed through the glyph of the Hermetic Tree of Life. She can be reached at www.reclaimingsoul.com
Donna May, MA, LMFT is a therapist, consultant, educator and author of the upcoming book Psyche’s Call: Putting the Soul Back into Psychology. She is an adjunct faculty member at College of the Siskiyous, where she has taught courses in dreams, life story writing and human services. Donna graduated from Pacifica Graduate Institute, where she studied counseling psychology with a specialization in depth psychology. She has conducted classes, groups and workshops on writing and story for over twenty years. She also has extensive training in dreams, and dreams, writing, art, and active imagination are key elements in the work that she does with others. Donna lives is beautiful Etna, CA with her husband Bruce and their three dogs and three cats, where she loves to read, write, walk and explore the wild nature all around. Donna can be reached via her website: www.psychescall.com
Accompanying image used with permission from Gaia Orion, www.gaiaorion.com or @GaiaOrionArt on Facebook