Dr. Elena Liotta RE-CREATING THE WORLD
18-20 May, 2001 and 12-14 October, 2001
Self, Space and Community: a renewed approach to administrating, educating, taking care of people from a Jungian point of view, towards a grounding of the archetypes and an integration of soul and earth, matter and spirit, body and mind, symbol and action. Ethical implications in contemporary society.
This course is for psychologists, educators, administrators and anyone involved in the life of a community. Issues include the future and health of communities, their social and physical environment and the need to preserve memory and consciousness of the past. It will include readings, group-discussions, applied knowledge of Depth psychology, daily life in the space-time of a small, historical Italian community.
The course will proceed via lectures and discussions. It will focus on ways of bridging the inner and mythical to the outer and practical and discovering spirit in daily life. Discussions will focus on how the ideas discussed in the course can be applied in daily and professional life, particularly when encountering institutions and social environments that are bureaucratic and rigid. How can we bring about change without engaging in conflict? Participants are invited to bring examples from their own life and work of the various situations they have encountered, including the practicalities and difficulties they have experienced.
Elena is a Clinical Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Analytical Psychologist and a Training Analyst in the AIPA (Italian Jungian Association). She is a full member of AIPA and IAAP (International Jungian Association) and APA (American Psychological Association). In addition Elena has worked in local government for the city of Orvieto. Her present concerns are with issues that are local rather than global, and with the detailed and practical rather than the theoretical and large scale. Elena's workshops will focus on the experiential. She refers to Carl Jung who wrote of schools for adults as providing a space and a time where they could first learn how to educate the younger generation by educating themselves and then how to accept the passage of time, the second part of life, the shadow of death and the development of a more spiritual attitude.
18-20 May, 2001
The course begins at 10 am on Friday 18th of May and ends at 6pm on Sunday 20th May.
The course fee of $300 covers all meals, beginning with lunch on 18th to lunch on 20th. Accommodation is also included for the nights 18th and 19th. For those who wish to arrive on 17th or stay over on the night of 20th there will be an extra accommodation change of $50 per night.
12-14 October, 2001
The course begins at 10 am Friday 12th of October and ends at 6 p.m. on Sunday 14th October.
The course fee of $300 covers all meals, beginning with lunch on 12th to lunch on 14th. Accommodation is also included for the nights 12th and 13th. For those who wish to arrive on 11th or stay over on the night of 14th there will be an extra accommodation change of $50 per night.
There will be two sessions each day:
10 am - 1pm and 4pm - 7pm. (Note the final Sunday session will end at 6pm)
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