Orphanos Exoikos: The Precarious Possibility of Wholeness
April 21, 2001 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
The workshop will amplify the lecture’s exploration through work on dreams and a fairy tale. This approach to the neurotic and the healthy orphan amplifies Jung’s pre-occupation with “being all alone in the world,” ie. individuation.
Related Friday Talk: Orphanos Exoikos: The Precarious Possibility of Wholeness
Josephine Evetts-Secker, M. Phil., born and educated in England, taught in Canada and trained at the C.G. Jung Institue in Zurich. After taking an early retirement from the University of Calagry, she now is in private practice in England. Her papers on literature and psychology have been published in various journals and she has produced books on fairy tales for Barefoot Press, one of which won a Storytelling World Award in 1998. She lectures in Canada, USA and England and is a regular lecturer at the Jung Institute in Zurich. She is currently Co-ordinator for Advanced Candidates for one of the London Jungian training programs (IGAP).Purchase Workshops