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Free Online Event: “The Way of the Wild Feminine: Find your New Story, Draw a New Map of the World”

Sharing a free upcoming online event, “The Way of the Wild Feminine: Find your New Story, Draw a New Map of the World” with Jungian psychotherapist Marilyn Steele, Ph.D. Marilyn will discuss ways to: —Enliven your dreams, increase attunement to synchronicities and symbolic life—Awaken the Wild Mind: Intuitive. Imaginative. Feeling. Holistic. Non-ordinary. Multidimensional —Be inspired …

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The Value of Multi-Cultural Perspectives in Depth Psychotherapy—Interview with Psychotherapist Matthew Bennett

Sharing my latest blog post and audio interview with psychotherapist Dr. Matthew Bennett: “Jung spoke of his own work in archeological terms, which does imply a depth that is ‘going toward the center,” Dr. Matthew Bennett pointed out in our recent conversation together. All depth psychological orientations anchor us, and mythology, storytelling, dreams—even reading fiction—each …

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“The Therapy Room and the Interactive Field”—Interview with Jungian Joseph Cambray

Do humans reproduce patterns in art that should be impossible to perceive?…. Ancient mosques in Iran and the work of Jackson Pollack both indicate we have the capacity to perceive underlying patterns not necessarily accessible by logic or through the human eye. Jungian analyst (and author of the book, “Synchronicity: Nature and Psyche in an …

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New Interview: Jung, Individuation & Film with Dr. Glen Slater

Does Film ignite YOUR imagination? Pleased to share a new interview with depth psychologist, Dr. Glen Slater—an intriguing depth discussion on Jung, Individuation, and Film, the topic of Glen’s upcoming free public salon on February 22, 2016 at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA. Find out what Glen had to say about film from a …

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Depth Psychological Approaches to Suffering—New BlogPost and Audio Interview with Dr. Lionel Corbett MD

Is there actually value to suffering? When we’re in the throes of it, it’s hard to imagine. Still….. Pleased to share my new interview and blogpost with Dr. Lionel Corbett, MD, on Depth Psychological Approaches to Suffering: http://www.pacificapost.com/depth-psychological-approaches-to-suffering Dr. Corbett is offering a 3-day workshop on the topic February 12-14 at Pacifica Graduate Institute in …

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“When the Gods Come Calling: Interview with Dr. Jennifer Selig​ on Finding One’s Vocation”

Hi all, I’m pleased to share my new blogpost on Pacifica Graduate Institute’s blog site, PacificaPost.com. The blog post also links to a new audio interview I did with Pacifica faculty member, Jennifer Selig, “When the Gods Come Calling: Dr. Jennifer Selig​ on Finding Vocation.” Jennifer was a fun guest, and her insight is compelling. …

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New Depth Insights™ Interview: The Healing Power of Creativity – David Rosen with Bonnie Bright

I invite you to listen to my latest interview with David for Depth Insights™: The Healing Power of Creativity. David H. Rosen is an American psychiatrist, Jungian analyst, and author, who is perhaps best known for his research involving interviews of survivors of jumps off the Golden Gate Bridge. David describes the concept of “egocide”—the …

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New Audio Interview: “The Return of the Goddesses—in Mysteries!” with Susan Rowland PhD

Sharing a fascinating new interview/depth discussion, “The Return of the Goddesses—in Mysteries!”—Susan Rowland in conversation with Bonnie Bright about Susan’s book, “The Sleuth and the Goddess: Hestia, Artemis, Athena and Aphrodite in Women’s Detective Fiction.” Learn how archetypal psychology applies to mystery novels, and why Susan suggests we all need to become “sleuths”: http://www.depthpsychologyalliance.com/forum/topics/new-interview-the-return-of-the-goddesses-in-mysteries-with-susan

Sean McGrath’s podcast interview on Schelling and his project for informing new directions in psychoanalysis.

The recording of the webinar “Schelling and psychoanalysis” presented by professor of philosophy Sean McGrath on Monday March the 2nd. The relationship of German Idealist Friedrich Schelling’s notion of the unconscious to the development of psychoanalysis is no longer in dispute. But the significance of that relationship is still open to interpretation. We must consider …

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