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JPA Winter and Spring 2015 Events.
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Our first JPA Salon, Saturday February 7th, from 3:30-6:30 pm at the home of Janet Smith, 106 Maiden Lane E., Seattle, WA. This will be an afternoon of creative clinical collaboration around the theme of “Initiation.” Ideas and offerings are still welcome. Please contact Lindsey Rosen at for questions or submissions. Please come whether you are presenting or not, as we are looking forward to rich discussions after each presentation.
Spring Workshop with Seattle psychoanalyst and JPA member Bev Osband, PhD on Saturday March 17th from 10:00-4:30pm at the Phinney Neighborhood Center, 6532 Phinney Ave. N, Seattle. Bev will be presenting on Jung’s Answer to Job. This will be a soulful exploration of Jung’s text with an emphasis on human suffering and the need we have to understand why we suffer. Next day consultation with Bev from 10:00-Noon. $65 members, $85 invited guests, 6CEUs. Consultation is $20, 2 CEUS. Pay at the door, with cash or check. Lunch will be provided.
Ethics Workshop with Portland Jungian analyst Anna Lyons-Roost on Saturday May 16th from 10:00-4:30pm at the Good Shepherd Center, 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N, Seattle. Anna will be speaking on “Ethics and Alchemy-The Rosarium and the Transformation of Love.” She will lead us through a lecture and discussion of the first ten illustrations of The Rosarium and explore some facets of the psychological processes symbolized in each illustration. We will then turn to the therapeutic ethics that support the healthy and successful psychological growth of the client through each of these stages. No charge to JPA members 6 CEUs Pot luck lunch
Recommended Reading: CG Jung-The Psychology of the Transference, translated by R.F.C. Hull, extracts from The Practice of Psychotherapy, Vol. 16, Collected Works, The Mystery of the Conjunctio, Alchemical Image of Individuation, Edward Edinger, Inner City Books