Fellow DPA members: Sean Arthur Joyce’s book of poetry, Dead Crow and the Spirit Engine, draws heavily on Jungian ideas of the shadow, mythology, and other matters of interest to depth psychologists.…Continue
Fellow DPA members: Sean Arthur Joyce’s book of poetry, Dead Crow and the Spirit Engine, draws heavily on Jungian ideas of the shadow, mythology, and other matters of interest to depth psychologists. Dead Crow is Art’s 8th book (four poetry, three history, one novel). A possible solstice/Christmas gift? Dead Crow and the Spirit Engine answers the call for a “new mythology” by making use of Crow archetypes found the world over to create a unique new character, Dead Crow. In humanity’s oldest…See More
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I've been fascinated with Jungian psychology and ecopsychology for many years, and studied ecopsychology in grad school as part of an environmental studies degree. I’d like to update my knowledge in the field to deepen my practice as a social change activist/writer, and for personal growth. I feel ever more strongly pulled to this field.
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Greetings Anne and welcome to the online depth psychology community. It's great you've found us. (And welcome from one change agent to another. The Ph.D. I am finishing is Liberation Psychology, Community Psychology and EcoPsychology).
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