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Dr. Michael Conforti
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Dr. Michael Conforti's Discussions

Second Call for Proposals! — Seeing Red Conference in October

Started May 5, 2016 0 Replies

Second Call for Proposals! Seeing Red Conference October 6 – 9, 2016 Stonington, CTWe have received some wonderfully creative and scholarly proposals for the October Seeing Red Conference, but many…Continue

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Replay of video webinar, The Language of Trauma--and 9-month certificate program starts Monday, March 7!

Started Mar 4, 2016 0 Replies

Just a reminder: You can access the audio or video replay of the depth dialogue with Michael Conforti PhD and Bonnie Bright on "The Language of Trauma" which originally aired 2/22.…Continue

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May News from Assisi Institute: Dr. Michael Conforti & The Assisi Institute Launch Programs in Russia, Australia & Columbia

Started May 31, 2015 0 Replies

May 7, 2015 – The Assisi Institute, an international psychological organization, founded in 1989 and recently re-located to Mystic, CT, is pleased to announce that it has accepted invitations to…Continue

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Free teleseminar recording "Art as related to Epoch" with Richard Tarnas Ph.D.

Started Oct 12, 2014 0 Replies

Listen to a free teleseminar recording, Art as related to Epoch, with Richard Tarnas Ph.D. via the Assisi Institute.(This special…Continue

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The Assisi Institute is an educational center dedicated to the study and application of Archetypal Pattern Analysis. Founded in 1989 by Michael Conforti, Ph.D., the Institute has become an international focal point for leading thinkers and groundbreaking conversation on the relationship between psyche and matter, the work of C.G. Jung, discoveries in the new sciences, as well as eternal truth of the world's great wisdom traditions. Located in the picturesque town of Brattleboro, Vermont, we also sponsor a series of public programs in Assisi, Italy and Portland, Oregon.

Central to this work is our Archetypal Pattern Analyst Training Program, which presents an in-depth understanding of the workings of archetypes and the self-organizing tendencies inherent within the human psyche. What sets this program apart is the creative and intellectual range of its faculty and students.

Our faculty consists of pioneers from disciplines as diverse as Jungian psychology, biophysics, theology, government, education, cinema, and the arts. This prolific group has published more than 3,000 books and articles, and continues to hold academic and governmental positions around the world. Participants' backgrounds are likewise varied, and our program thrives on this richness of experience.

Our non-profit Assisi Foundation was founded in 2003 to foster greater awareness of archetypal patterns underlying our cultural, social and global systems. Through public programs, research projects, and publications, the Foundation examines the evolving application of archetypal pattern analysis in the fields of psychology, medicine, business, and law, to name just a few. We strive to promote creative dialogue, share the profound potential of this work, and explore its greatest reach and relevance in contemporary culture.

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Dr. Michael Conforti's Blog

Psyche Under Siege

Posted on February 12, 2013 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

After giving a lecture where I discussed the Holocaust, an elderly man approached me. I could see a genuine kindness and compassion in his face, and also sensed that his soul had seen far too much in his lifetime. He wanted me to re-consider my comment that we could never understand what created the Holocaust and ongoing acts of genocide.

Gently, yet firmly he explained that when we stop trying to understand, we open the door open for future occurrences. I immediately realized that I…


Patterns of the Fall: Lies, Lance and Life Patterns

Posted on January 28, 2013 at 3:28pm 2 Comments

Elie Wiesel once commented that the true hero cares more about the spiritual welfare of their community than for their own needs.  So how…


Patterns at Work, Patterns We Live By

Posted on January 14, 2013 at 5:48pm 1 Comment

In looking at patterns, we see an incarnation and expression of archetypes and spirit within the internal and external world.  The specific form and design of these patterns gives voice to the reality of these underlying shapers of experience.  


From the moment a dancer steps onto the stage, to the lyrical musings of a poet, and even to our most intimate of relationships, we find these highly stylized, patterns in our life.  Joseph Campbell allowed us to see that one’s life is an…


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At 12:54pm on November 18, 2013, Rod Stoick said…

Thank you, Dr. Conforti. I am looking forward to the seminar session this evening, and have enjoyed two other presentations of yours in the past.

At 12:08pm on January 18, 2011, Dorene Mahoney said…
Hi Dr. Conforti! A discussion has begun in the group, The Twilight Zone, on your particular style of dreamwork. Want to weigh in? That would be great!
At 1:17am on January 11, 2011, Pamela DeRossitte said…
The broadcast was absolutely delightful - thanks so much for producing and sharing ~
At 10:45am on October 12, 2010, Ed Koffenberger said…
The group "Jung in the South," has been discussing a possible retreat/workshop and the possibility of creating a more formal organization to bring Jungian/archetypal thought and application to the South. Curious about your availability when we get this more together.
At 2:24pm on October 11, 2010, Ed Koffenberger said…
Welcome Michael (if I may). I looked at your list of speaking sites. Dayton is the closest city to my home. Any interest in visiting Kentucky?

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