Intensive Program 1: Life Transitions and the Growth of Consciousness

July 8-12, 2019

Our first week focuses on Life Transitions and the Growth of Consciousness, beginning with a session that addresses what Jung called the need for “regular work” or an ongoing effort to throw off unconsciousness, captured in our attitudes, wounds and complexes.  In this spirit we also explore mid-life as another psychological struggle for consciousness and life purpose.  The family, especially parenting, is then explored as a crucible for incubations and shadow work, followed by the psychic movement of adolescence. The week concludes with a look at the pitfalls and possibilities in old age, a period Jung considered rich with potential for growth.


Intensive Program 1: Life Transitions and the Growth of Consciousness

Monday, July 9
9:00– 10:00 am

Registration, Welcome and Orientation
10:00 am-12:30pm, 1:30-4:00 pm

Transitions Relating To Work

“But the more I have thought of it, the more I have been convinced that after all I was in the first place correct, and our regularly repeated efforts to throw off unconsciousness—that is, by regular work—has made our humanity.”  C.G. Jung

The first session explores transitions relating to what Jung called “regular work” and the need to rid ourselves of dangerous, unconscious attitudes captured in complexes, attitudes and personal wounds. In Jung’s view this “regular work” is about overcoming the demons that keep us from self-fulfillment and healthy relationships. This session will examine the various types of psychological “work” that contribute to a healthy psyche.
Instructor: David Rottman, MA

 


Tuesday, July 9
10:00 am-12:30pm, 1:30-4:00 pm

Mid–Life:  A Psychological Struggle for Consciousness 

In “Soul and Death” Jung stated that life is an energy process. Fear of moving with this life energy in the first stage of life can hold a person back from achieving one’s individuated goals. However, at mid-life there is a fork in the road and we are propelled forward with another opportunity to experience and acknowledge a striving to fulfill ourselves. Through discussion and exploration of the psychological struggle in mid-life participants will come to a greater understanding of Jung’s emphasis on the importance of consciousness, meaning and purpose in life.
Instructor: Jane Selinske, EdD, LCSW, LP

 


Wednesday, July 10
10:00 am – 12:30 pm & 1:30 – 4:00 pm

Family as Crucible for Individuation

The intimacy of family relationships will inevitably mean that we encounter parts of ourselves that are unlikely to surface in other contexts.  We may experience shadow aspects of our psyche that are usually split off, denied or disowned.  In this session we will explore how intimate relationships such as parenting can introduce us to our shadow. We will use clinical vignettes, fairy tales and dreams.
Instructor: Lisa Marchiano,LCSW, NCPsyA

 


Thursday, July 11
10:00 am – 12:30 pm, & 1:30 – 4:00 pm

Adolescence and the Emerging Self

Adolescence is a process of separation and a search for identity fraught with upheavals. Analytic psychology views this phase of life as a potentially creative and healing regression to infancy. We will explore the forward and backward psychic movements of adolescence, and the emerging self that holds these forces together in order to lead the young person into life. We will be drawing on memories of our own experiences.
Instructor: Mary Ayers, PhD, LCSW

 

Student Dinner 5:00 – 7:00 pm


Friday July 12
10:00 am – 12:30 pm, & 1:30 – 4:00 pm

Transition into Old Age

Aging held a special significance for Jung and he wrote extensively about it as a crowning of a life struggle with individuation. In “The Stages of Life” he writes that an aging person has a duty and responsibility to devote serious attention to himself/herself.  Jung called this period the “Afternoon of Life,” a time to explore what we have neglected or repressed during our lifetime. This session will explore both the losses and opportunities for transformation using life examples, dreams, myths and fairy tales.
Instructor: Julie Bondanza, PhD


 

Summer Study 2019 Faculty

Mary Y. Ayers, PhD, LCSW-C, is the author of Mother-Infant Attachment and Psychoanalysis: The Eyes of Shame, winner of the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis Gradiva Award (2004) and Masculine Shame: From Succubus to the Eternal Feminine. She currently works in private practice in Maryland.

Christina Becker, MBA, Dip Analy Psych, is a Zurich-trained Jungian analyst in private practice in Toronto, Canada, and the author of The Heart of the Matter: Individuation as an Ethical Process. She is a member of the Inter-regional Society of Jungian Analysts, the Association of Graduate Analytical Psychologists, and the Ontario Society of Psychotherapists.

Julie Bondanza, PhD, is a Jungian analyst and licensed psychologist in private practice in the Washington DC Metropolitan area. She is Vice President of the C.G. Jung Foundation and is on the faculty of the C.G. Jung Institute of NY and the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts.

Bonnie L. Damron, PhD, LCSW, is a Jungian-oriented psychotherapist in private practice in Falls Church, VA. She is a clinician, cultural anthropologist, artist, and storyteller. She has a Masters of Social Work from Catholic University, a Doctorate Degree in American Studies from the University of Maryland, and a certificate as an Archetypal Pattern Analyst from the Assisi Institute in Mystic, Connecticut.

Harry W. Fogarty, MDiv, PhD, LP, is a Jungian analyst in private practice in NYC. He is a faculty member of the Philadelphia Association of Jungian Analysts and a former Lecturer in Psychiatry and Religion at Union Theological Seminary.

Royce Froehlich, PhD, MDiv, LCSW-R, is a Jungian analyst in private practice in NYC. He is a graduate of Union Theological Seminary, Columbia University, The New School for Social Research, and the C.G. Jung Institute of New York, where he is a supervisor and training analyst. He holds a doctorate in media studies, and masters’ degrees in theology and social work.

Lisa Marchiano, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker and diplomate Jungian analyst in private practice in Philadelphia, PA. Her writings have appeared in Psychological Perspectives, Quillette, and Areo. Along with two colleagues, Lisa produces the weekly podcast This Jungian Life, which examines a range of issues from a depth psychological perspective. She is currently working on a book about motherhood as a depth initiation.

David Rottman, MA, is past President of the C.G. Jung Foundation of New York. He is the author of the book The Career as a Path to the Soul. He is a longtime member of the Foundation faculty and has a private practice in New York City.

Jane Selinske, EdD, LCSW, LP, MT-BC, is a Jungian analyst, a practitioner of Mandala Assessment and a Board Certified Music Therapist. She is President of the Board of the Jung Foundation and a faculty member of the C.G. Jung Institute of New York and the Institute for Expressive Analysis of New York.


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There are no scholarships or auditor or work-study positions available for these programs and there is no single-course registration.

Program is subject to change without notice.

For those registrants who require lodging, please call the C.G. Jung Foundation at (212) 697-6430 for more information.

The above cost will include:

  • All seminars and workshops
  • Use of C.G. Jung Center facilities
  • Foundation membership for one year
  • Continental breakfast provided daily
  • Student Dinner, restaurant TBA
  • Certificate of Completion for NYS licensed social workers and psychoanalysts

Costs will not include:

  • Air and ground transportation
  • Meals (except as noted above)
  • Individual sightseeing, individual expenses or any item not listed as inclusive with the program
  • Hotel fees

Tax Deductions

Seminars of this type usually meet the requirements for IRS tax deduction, but each individual must consult with a professional tax advisor prior to registration to ascertain eligibility.

Program Registration

Detach and return the registration form with your deposit check of $350 per person per session made payable to the C.G. Jung Foundation or credit card information. Your deposit will be considered an entry of payment toward the total program cost.

The balance of your payment is due no later than July 5, 2019. The right is reserved by the sponsoring organization to cancel the program with refund of applicable program cost.

Cancellation of Registration

There will be a cancellation fee of $200 per person on all cancellations received on or before July 5, 2018.No refunds after July 5, 2018. Only cancellations made in writing will be deemed valid.

Disclaimer of Responsibility

By registering for this program, the seminar member specifically waives any and all claims of action against the C.G. Jung Foundation and its staff for damages, loss, injury, accident, or death due to negligence on the part of any organization or employee providing services included in this Summer Study Program.

Program Information

For more information, call or write:
Janet M. Careswell, PhM, Executive Director
The C.G. Jung Foundation of New York
28 East 39th Street
New York, New York 10016
Telephone: (212) 697-6430, Fax: (212) 953-3989
Email: cgjungny@aol.com

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