This Incomprehensible Moment: A Depth Psychology Perspective
June 30 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Note: The recording starts with 7 minutes of music — listen, if you wish, or skip ahead to minute marker 7:00 for the start of the program.
Program given Friday, June 19, 7:00 – 8:15 pm Pacific Time (US and Canada)
As the COVID pandemic, economic uncertainties, and protests for racial justice touch us all, OFJ remains dedicated to providing relevant insights from a depth psychological perspective.
On Friday, June 19th, we invite you to join a free Zoom webinar, as Pacific Northwest Jungian analysts Cara Barker, Dunbar Carpenter, and Robert Stuckey reflect on how we may more consciously meet this moment of global health, economic, and social upheaval.
Our three analysts will share their perspectives and answer questions. This special event is sponsored by the Oregon Friends of Jung, and offered free to our members as well as the wider community. We invite you to forward the Zoom link to friends and colleagues.
We have a capacity of 500 for this event. We don’t know how many to expect, but with a timely topic, 300+ members, and an expansive subscriber list, we suggest registering soon, and signing into the event by 6:55 PM.
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