Discover how an unquestioned commitment to naïve and dangerous forms of materialism, scientism, and technology have rendered our modern lives superficial and meaningless.
In this class we will engage the work of William Blake as a way of pushing against our tendency towards seeing the world as concrete, in favor of opening our lens to the symbolic.
In this lecture series, we will explore the meanings of food, money, work, and grief in our own lives as we also examine the foundations of meaning itself.
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30+ course offerings each semester in addition to year-round lectures and workshops
Drawing, painting, writing, and more
Movement and contemplation.
Designed for Mental Health Professionals
Pursue a MA or PhD in Psychology with a specialization in Jungian Studies