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Jung's Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious: Creativity, Symbols, Dreams, and the Self
Facilitated by Scott Morrison, B.A., B.S.W., M.S.W., R.S.W.,
Broadway Counselling and Therapy
This six-week workshop will explore prevalent mental health experiences such as anxiety, depression, grief, and loneliness through a Jungian perspective.
Whether you are unsure about what constitutes a ‘Jungian perspective,’ or if you are a Jungian scholar, there is space in the group for you. Jung sought not only to diagnose mental health experiences, but also to support questions like:
What makes me, me?
How do I want to participate in this life/world?
- Join others in reading the work of the prominent thinker, Carl G. Jung.
- Sections from Jung’s Collected Work Volume 9 (Part 1)—Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious will be provided
- Background of terms, main concepts, and other relevant information will be discussed for the first hour each evening.
- Second half of the evening will be a group discussion.
- Requires participation and reading—handouts will be available two-weeks prior to each session.
- We will explore how Jung’s work can reconfigure unhelpful thoughts, beliefs, and habits, and opens up our psyches to greater creativity and imagination.
Dates and times:
Thursdays, 7-9 pm
September 26, October 10, October 24, November 7, November 21, December 6
The Saskatoon Relationship Clinic, 813 Broadway Avenue, 3rd Floor Loft
Registration and Payment:
To register and for further information, contact Scott Morrison at: firstname.lastname@example.org prior to Friday, August 23rd. Maximum of 12 participants.
Cost: $245 – payment can be made in one payment or instalments – e-transfer, credit card, or cash accepted
Healing He(arts) Workshop
BARBARA MORRISON, BSW, MSW, RSW
morrison & schenn-visentini
Broadway Counselling & Therapy
This six-hour workshop will explore the end of relationships whether that is the result of a separation/divorce, a fractured or estranged relationship or through death. Whether you chose to leave a relationship or someone chose to leave you, if you have an estranged relationship, or if you have someone you cared about who passed away, this workshop will provide a safe space to create and to have conversation with others. Exploration of loss and grief through the creation of art is a unique way to work through personal experiences. Participants will create a piece of art that reflects their personal experience of a relationship coming to an end. Conversation will be a part of this workshop with the intention to process personal emotions, thoughts and experiences.
Barbara will provide examples of creative projects that participants may want to utilize and/or each participant is encouraged to bring their own ideas for their art project. Paints, clay, paper, magazines, notebooks, pens, markers, pencil crayons and other art supplies will be on hand. Participants are also welcome to bring whatever art supplies they want.
Location: 813 Broadway Avenue, 3rd Floor Loft (this requires walking up two flights of stairs)
Coffee and tea will be provided. Please bring your own lunch or there are plenty of restaurants/cafes if you want to get some take out. Microwave and small fridge is available.
To register or for more information, contact: email@example.com
LIMIT OF 12 PARTICIPANTS
where it’s at
813 Broadway Ave
Saskatoon, SK S7N 1B5