Tarrin McDonald
  • Glendale, AZ
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How does a waitress pay for her MA in Depth Psychology?!

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Depth Psychology has been my life's work, my calling, yet I didn't know that term existed until about four months ago when I read a dissertation by a Pacifica Graduate Institute alum. As soon as I…Continue

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How does a waitress pay for her MA in Depth Psychology?!

Depth Psychology has been my life's work, my calling, yet I didn't know that term existed until about four months ago when I read a dissertation by a Pacifica Graduate Institute alum. As soon as I read the definition of "depth psychology" on Pacifica's website, I felt a resonance in my bones and knew that was where I needed to be. I applied immediately and all sorts of synchronous events began manifesting, pointing me to a vocation of spiritual healing through a foundation in depth…See More
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Jesus as the Individuation of the Self

"Handing him over to the authorities with a kiss, Judas initiates Jesus' individuation journey. Each individuation journey begins with what seems like a betrayal. A religion you once believed wholeheartedly crumbles beneath your feet. A heart attack, or cancer, or major illness falls upon you. A marriage you thought was forever suddenly dissolves. Your children leave the house, begin their own lives, and you are faced with your own isolation and existential aloneness. This can often lead to…See More
Apr 15
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What are your main areas of interest?
Jungian Psychology, Archetypal Psychology, Mythology, Dreamwork, Shamanism
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I have always been drawn to deep inquiry and have found a home for my search in depth psychology, specifically in Jungian, archetype, myth, and feminist specializations.
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Jesus as the Individuation of the Self

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"Handing him over to the authorities with a kiss, Judas initiates Jesus' individuation journey. Each individuation journey begins with what seems like a betrayal. A religion you once believed wholeheartedly crumbles beneath your feet. A heart attack, or cancer, or major illness falls upon you. A marriage you thought was forever suddenly dissolves. Your children leave the house, begin their own lives, and you are faced with your own isolation and existential aloneness. This can often…

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