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Advanced Seminars in Depth Psychology

The Philadelphia Jungian Professional Club

is pleased to offer:

 

Borderland Consciousness:

Treatment of Trauma and Re-Languaging Western Civilization’s  Relationship to Nature, in the Crisis of Climate Change

"We see and hear what we are open to noticing."

The Garden of Eden myth, the foundational myth of Western civilization, details a split psyche. We will explore the Western psyche’s attempt to heal personal and collective trauma through a reconnection with “the psyche left behind,” i.e. a psyche at one with Nature pre the Expulsion. The overspecialization of the Western ego construct threatens the very survival of our species. The most dramatic and threatening symptom of that over-specialization is our Logos language itself. Language is a creation of culture and forms culture. The Navajo culture and its religious and healing practices will be explored as a way of re-languaging Western civilization’s relationship to Nature in the face of Global Climate Change.

 Date:    March 7th, 2014

 Place:   The Academy House (Terrace Level)
             1420 Locust Street
             Philadelphia, PA 19102

Time:    1:00pm-5:00pm (Registration & Light Lunch at 12:30)

Phone: 
215-450-9941

Learning Objectives

  1. Broadening our concept of psyche and consciousness to include ‘different’ manifestations of consciousness such as Borderland Consciousness
  2. Understanding how collective phenomena such as Global Climate Change and Living in a Traumatized Culture may manifest in personal psychology and how it might appear in the consulting room
  3. Understanding the Navajo Clinical Model and its relevance to the Jungian clinical model
  4. Understanding the difference between the “transpersonal” and the “transrational.

 

Our Presenter:              

Jerome S. Bernstein, M.A.P.C., NCPsyA, is a Clinical Psychologist and Jungian Analyst in private practice in Santa Fe, NM.  He is past-President of the C.G. Jung Institute of Santa Fe, where he is Senior Faculty and supervisor, and founding President of the Jungian Analysts of Washington, D.C. Association.  In 2005 he published Living in the Borderland: The Evolution of Consciousness and the Challenge of Healing Trauma (Routledge) explaining his theory of Borderland consciousness, a consciousness resulting from the Western psyche being pushed to reconnect with Nature and the Indigenous psyche.  The impact of trauma, individually and collectively, is central in this process.  Jerome Bernstein lectures internationally on these topics and also led the first seminar (4 days) between Jungian Analysts and psychotherapists and a Navajo medicine man and a Navajo cultural translator on the Navajo Reservation (2011) which was internationally attended.  He has written and lectured on numerous articles on these and on a wide range of clinical topics and on international conflict.

 

CE Credits

This activity is being co-sponsored by HealthForumOnline (www.healthforumonline.com) and The Philadelphia Jungian Professional Club and is associated with four (4) hours of CE credits. HealthForumOnline is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor Continuing Education (CE) for psychologists. HFO maintains responsibility for this program and its content. The Pennsylvania Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Counselors allows APA-approved programs to be used as CE credits for these professionals.

 

FEES: $125 (Enrollment is limited.)

Participants requesting CE credits will be charged an additional $20 ($5 for each credit).

 

REGISTRATION

To register, go to www.thejungclub.com. Print out registration form and mail with check to;

 

      PPS, c/o Dr. Marion Rudin Frank,

      250 S.17th Street, Suite 101,

      Phila.Pa. 19103.

      Or call 215-545-7800.