Workshop on 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., of Broadway Counselling and Therapy
This six-week workshop will explore prevalent mental health experiences like anxiety, depression, grief, and loneliness through a Jungian perspective. The workshop will run bi-weekly on Thursday from 7:00-9:00PM on the following dates:
September 26, October 10th, October 24th, November 7th, November 21, and December 6th.
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 rather 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.
● We will read sections from Jung’s Collected Work Volume 9 (Part 1)—Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious
● Background of terms, main concepts, and other relevant information will be provided for the first hour each night.
● The second half of the evening will be a group discussion.
● Requires participation and reading—handouts will be available two-weeks prior to each session.
● Will explore how Jung’s work can reconfigure unhelpful thoughts, beliefs, and habits, and opens up our psyches to greater creativity and imagination.
To register, contact Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to Friday, August 23rd. Maximum of 12 participants.
Location: The Saskatoon Relationship Clinic, 813 Broadway Avenue, 3rd Floor