ALL PROGRAMS ARE HELD AT
St. Wilfrid of York Episcopal Church
18631 Chapel Lane
Huntington Beach, CA 92646
(click the event date for more information on each program)
Holly J. Fincher, PhD
Lest We Forget, Part II
Nazi Shadow: Individuation as Antidote for the Problem of our Times
Michael Marsman, LCSW
Transgenderism and Transformation: a Jungian Perspective
March 9, 2020: We are extremely sorry to have to cancel our 2020 conference. Michael Meade lives in the Seattle area, not far from Kirkland, the current epicenter of coronavirus cases in the US. Out of caution for all involved, Michael has made the difficult decision to postpone all travel and event plans through June. This decision follows the recommendations from King County Public Health to limit unnecessary travel by residents of the affected area. We hope to reschedule the workshop to a time when everyone can gather with a feeling of freedom and safety. Michael wishes everyone protection, well-being and all blessings.
Michael Meade, DHL
45th Annual Jungian Conference
Awakening the Soul: A Deep Response to a Troubled World
April 8, 2020: In light of the escalating issues related to COVID-19, we have cancelled the last three lectures of our Spring lineup. Pre-registrants are being contacted about options for handling already paid pre-registration fees. Because we have the Sept 2020 - Jan 2021 lectures already booked, we are hoping to reschedule these three lectures, as well as our annual conference with Michael Meade, for our Spring 2021 season (Feb - June). Stay well, and we look forward to welcoming you back as soon as possible.
Sherri Mahdavi, PhD
Exploring our Unlived Life Through Dreamwork
Thomas Elsner, JD, MA
Visionary Poetry and Jungian Psychology:
Archetypal, Sociopolitical and Personal Dimensions
of Coleridge’s The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Willow Young, LMFT
Encountering the Other in the Native American Landscape:
Jung and Ochwiay Biano and the Lineage of an Enduring Friendship
Handicapped parking is available. The lecture hall is wheelchair friendly.
The Club was established in 1974 and most recently updated its Articles of Association and Bylaws in 2015. The founding President was Peter P. Coukoulis. Its purpose is to promote an interest in, and understanding of, Jungian Psychology and to cultivate a collegial environment in which participants can experience personal development and growth. Each year it sponsors a Jungian Conference and a number of public lectures.
Other offerings include workshops, informal presentations, and one or more members-only events. The Club also has an extensive Jungian library (including a complete set of Jung’s Collected Works) for use by its members.
The Club is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Membership fees and donations to the Club are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowable under the law.
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