We are very excited about our live webinar out of San Francisco this Saturday! Dr. Mark Sullivan has put together a wonderful presentation on the relationship between the finite conscious self and the infinite unconscious depths which he has called the ego-self axis.
We are limited to 100 live connections for this global webinar. As of this morning we still have some slots left. Once they are filled, however, you can still register for the recorded viewing. Don’t miss this opportunity to ask questions directly to Dr. Sullivan.
See you Saturday!
Live Jungian Webinar out of San Francisco!
Approaching Infinity – Saturday, June 9th
“Approaching Infinity” – Contemporary Analytic Work with a Spiritual Perspective
Mark Sullivan PH.D., MFT
A Global Webinar
Where Freud oriented to helping patients achieve psychic “health”, Jung and Bion both looked more to helping patients become who they really are. Both thinkers thought in terms of an ever-present struggle within each person to come more fully into being. In this seminar, we will look at the way Jung and Bion, in different ways, each have contributed to an emerging contemporary approach to analytic work, where the task is less about developing insight into one’s issues than it is about wresting oneself from the infinite into a more incarnate form that expresses one’s truer, deeper self.
This task of becoming has historically been viewed through a religious lens as a struggle between man and God. Jung was the first depth psychologist to think about the religious instinct in the human soul instead of dismissing religion as “superstitious.” He took the man-god relationship in mythology as reflecting the relationship between the finite conscious self and the infinite unconscious depths. He called it the ego-self axis.
The CG Jung Institute of San Francisco presents Approaching Infinity. In this seminar, we will flesh out the psychological and spiritual meanings of the ego-self axis with examples from music, poetry, and art as well as from psychoanalysis. Together, we will reflect on the ways that we encounter our very painful human limits on the way to becoming more of who we can be.
Saturday, June 9, 2012
12:15 pm to 4:30 pm (Eastern US Time Zone)
**Please click here to look up your country’s relative live starting time**
Mark Sullivan PH.D., MFT
Mark Sullivan, Ph.D., MFT is an analyst member of the Jung Institute of San Francisco where he teaches in the public programs and the analytic training program. He practices in Oakland and San Francisco, California where he sees individual adults, teens, and children as well as couples.
$46 per person for Live viewing
$43 per person – Recorded viewing
$97 per person for Seminar and 4.0 hours of Professional Continuing Education Credit
[includes seminar viewing & re-viewing, 24 question exam & 4.0 CE Credits]
1) To be able to identify in specific and concrete ways the factors in the transference/countertransference that assist the patient in becoming his truer, healthier self.
2) To be able to identify in specific and concrete ways the factors in the transference/countertransference that block the patient from becoming healthier.
3) To be able to develop an integrated right and left brain framework for assessing the patient’s progress in reaching their goals; the development of this framework is based in part on an emotional experience of the ego-self axis that will come from participating in the seminar and the experiential exercises designed by the instructor through the use of images, poetry, and music.
The Asheville Jung Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Asheville Jung Center maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
This course meets the qualifications for 4.0 hours of continuing education credit for MFT’s & LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. (Provider #4958) Please contact your state (or international) licensing board to determine your board’s specific requirements.
Target Audience: MFTs, LCSWs, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Therapists and others wishing to gain a deeper understanding of Jungian Psychology
Instructional level: Intermediate
Credits: 4.0 Continuing Education (CE) Credits
Commercial Support for CE Seminar: None
Steve Buser, MD
Asheville Jung Center