CONVERSATIONS IN DEPTH: Life in Love – Memories, Dreams, Reflections

benefiting The Jung Center

 

Join us for a conversation with Michael Lerner about how love heals and helps us live with life’s stresses, strains, suffering, and joys — in a way that makes us feel whole.

 

The Jung Center’s Fall Benefit | Conversations In Depth

with

Michael Lerner

 

Monday, October 15, 2018

 

General Reception

6:00 – 7:00 pm

The Jung Center

5200 Montrose Boulevard

 

Lecture

7:30 pm

Brown Auditorium

1001 Bissonnet

 

Complimentary valet parking:

drop off cars before 7:00 at The Jung Center, after 7:00 at 1001 Bissonnet

pick up cars at 1001 Bissonnet

 

DONATION LEVELS

$2,000 Benefactor Ticket

Reception after the lecture with Michael Lerner

Autographed copy of Choices in Healing

Front-row seating

Recognition at the event and in the summer catalog

Complimentary class of your choice

 

$1,000 Underwriter Ticket

Reception after the lecture with Michael Lerner

Autographed copy of Choices in Healing

Premier seating

Recognition at the event and in the summer catalog

Complimentary class of your choice

 

$500 Patron Ticket

Reception after the lecture with Michael Lerner

Priority seating

Recognition at the event and in the summer catalog

 

$250 Sponsor Ticket

Priority seating

Recognition at the event and in the summer catalog

 

$125 Supporter Ticket

Individual ticket

 

You can also click this link to purchase Michael Lerner’s Choices in Healing through The Jung Center Bookstore.

 

Michael Lerner is the author of Choices in Healing: Integrating the Best of Conventional and Complimentary Therapies and the founder of Commonweal, a California-based center for health and healing, art and education, and environment and justice. Michael Leads the Commonweal Cancer Help Program and is co-founder of Healing Circles, a learning community with the purpose of making deep intentional healing accessible around the world. He formerly taught psychology and politics at Yale University and received a MacArthur Prize Fellowship for contributions to public health.