Free Teleseminar in the series, "Archetypal Perspectives in Clinical Practice"

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Free Teleseminar in the series, "Archetypal Perspectives in Clinical Practice"

Time: March 14, 2013 from 5pm to 6pm
Location: online or on the phone
Website or Map: http://shop.assisiinstitute.c…
Phone: (802) 254-6220
Event Type: teleseminar, series
Organized By: Dr. Michael Conforti / Assisi Institite
Latest Activity: Mar 15, 2013

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The new 4-week teleseminar series, "Archetypal Perspectives in Clinical Practice" with Jungian analyst Michael Conforti of Assisi Institute starts this week, 3/14. The first week is FREE. 

This four-week Master Lecture Series on Dr. Conforti's pioneering work with regards to understanding the manifestation of the archteypal dynamics within the clinical situation is unique educational opportunity to learn about the workings of archetypes in clinical practice. 

Each teleseminar is recorded so you can easily return to this rich material again and again at no additional charge. Don't wait to reserve your spot in this on-line class with one of the internationally recognized leaders in the field of archetypal studies.
Thursday Eves, 8-9pm ET
3/14: FREE! -- Dreams that heal and the gift for understanding their message.
3/21: The autonomy of the psyche.
3/28: The complex as the energic epi-center of the psyche.
4/4:  The complex as a source for transformation
NOTE: You MUST register by clicking on the link above to get the access info

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