Integrity: The Dynamic Coming Together of Our Complexes – Seminar I
February 2 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
What is it that grabs and compels us unexpectedly, causing us to think and act in ways that don’t fit with how we see ourselves or how we want to be?
How can we deal with these impulses and obsessions, and how can we find a way to relate to them rather than trying in vain to shut them out?
How can this energy become a source of creative revitalization and enrichment for our lives going forward?
In this seminar, Bonnie McLean and Mark Girard will take turns exploring Jung’s discovery and understanding of autonomous complexes. We will consider his use of the association experiment, the components of complexes, their clues in images, dreams, sensations, thoughts, behaviors and relationships. Through play and discussion, we will look at the value of integrating these split off parts and how to nurture this individuation process.
Dates and Times
There will be two seminars meeting on the same day, if the minimum of 10 people sign up for each seminar. Please sign up for and plan to attend one of them.
- Seminar I: Sundays from 1:00 – 3:00 pm
- Seminar II: Sundays from 5:00 – 7:00 pm
- Feb. 2, 2020 – Bonnie McLean
- Feb. 9, 2020 – Bonnie McLean
- Feb. 16, 2020 – Bonnie McLean
- Mar. 1, 2020 – Mark Girard
- Mar. 8, 2020 – Mark Girard
- Mar. 15, 2020 – Mark Girard
- 12 hours of seminar instruction: $195 (OFJ members: $185)
- Sorry, we are unable to offer refunds.
- Continuing Education Credits are available, with one hour of CE credit for each hour of attendance. CEUs will be available for purchase
,at a cost of $10, which will cover all CEUs earned over the six-session seminar.
- Attendance is limited to 24 people – 12 people per session
- If the seminar is full, and you would like to be added to our waitlist, please write us at email@example.com. If you have any questions, please call 503-223-3080.
Related Seminar: Integrity: The Dynamic Coming Together of Our Complexes - Seminar II
Bonnie McLean, MSW, LCSW, Ashland, has been a Jungian Analyst and clinical social worker in private practice for over 20 years in Portland. A graduate of the C.G.Jung Institute Zurich, she currently serves as president of the Pacific Northwest Society of Jungian Analysts. She is a faculty member and training analyst of the C.G. Jung Institute of the Pacific Northwest.
A certified Sandplay therapist, artist, Vajrayana Buddhist, and former bodyworker, she enjoys exploring the relation between psyche, image, physical experience, mindfulness and spiritual meaning and trauma in analysis, supervision, seminars and workshops. She has taught in the US, Switzerland and Japan.Purchase Seminar