What Does It Mean to be a Jungian?- 4/14/16

What Does It Mean to be a Jungian?
By David Schoen, LCSW, MSSW
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What: Lecture 7 – 9 pm          When: Thursday, April 14, 2016,

 

Where: Baton Rouge Art Gallery, 1442 City Park Avenue

 

Price: $10 for Non-members of Jung Society / Jung Society Members Free
(NBCC fee for clock hours not included)

 

This presentation is based on an article by Wolfgang Giegerich in his book “The Neurosis of Psychology: Primary Papers toward a Critical Psychology.”  The article is titled “Jungian Psychology: A Baseless Enterprise: Reflections on our Identity as Jungians.”

 

This thought provoking lecture will examine Jungian Psychology with emphasis placed upon what it means to be a Jungian.  We will also examine our assumptions about our assumptions of what it means to be a Jungian.

 

A detailed examination of Jungian: beliefs; actions and orthodoxy will be explored. Clinicians will be able to ascertain if a Jungian approach to their practice may help their clients.

 

David Schoen, LCSW, MSSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Jungian Analyst practicing in Covington, Louisiana, near New Orleans. He has a background as an alcoholism chemical dependency counselor. He is a senior analyst in the Inter Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, cofounder and coordinator of the New Orleans Jungian Training Seminar and advisor to the CG Jung Society of Baton Rouge. David lectures and teaches nationally. He has published internationally and is a Louisiana poet. His books include Divine Tempest: The Hurricane as a Psychic Phenomenon (1998) and The War of the Gods in Addiction: C. G. Jung, Alcoholics Anonymous and Archetypal Evil (2009).

 

2 NBCC clock hours of continuing education will be provided. Licensed Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and other Mental Health Providers will receive a certificate of completion to give to their respective Boards. $5.00 fee.

 

** The C. G. Jung Society of Baton Rouge is an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP #5770. Programs that do not quality for NBCC credit are clearly identified. The C. G. Jung Society of Baton Rouge is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

 

Please call Patricia Hare Pizer at 225-247-7737, or Oneal Isaac at 225-763-1230 for more information.