October 13-14, 1989: James Hall and Marion Woodman-15th Anniversary Program

Lecture: Relationship in the First Half of Life

Workshop: Relationship Between Men and Women: Is it Possible? 


James A. Hall, M.D. is Clinical Associate Professor at Southwestern Medical School, Dallas. A graduate of the Zurich Institute, he is a founding president of both the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts  and the C.G. Jung Institute, Dallas. His books include Jungian Dream Interpretation, Clinical Uses of Dreams, and The Jungian Experience. With Dr Polly Young-Eisendrath he has edited The Book of the Self: Person/Pretext/Process, containing essays from many theoretical positions on the concept of the Self.

Marion Woodman is a Jungian analyst practicing in Toronto. A diplomate of the C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich, she is widely recognized for her work with eating disorders, the body, addictions, and the nature of the feminine principle. Her publications include The Owl was a Baker’s Daughter; Obesity, Anorexia, and The Repressed Feminine; Addiction to Perfection: The Still Unravished Bride and The Pregnant Virgin: A Process of Psychological Transformation. She works with persons who struggle with addictions of many kinds, and her intuitive empathy is strengthened by the conviction that the struggle is primarily one of becoming more conscious and free.

Relationship in the First Half of Life