Exploring the Crossroads Where Jungian Psychology and Shamanic Healing Meet:
An Example of the Possibilities
Through My Lived Experience
Lori Tyler, PhD
Sunday, February 10, 2019, 4:00 - 6:00 pm
This presentation will be a personal and theoretical exploration of the relationship between Jungian psychology and shamanic practices of indigenous peoples. We will examine the dialectic between Jungian psychology and shamanism by highlighting the overlapping ideas, intersecting beliefs, and divergent aspects of both perspectives. We will also identify some of the ways in which shamanic ritual can provide a portal into the transpersonal realm of the psyche and inform our psychological attitudes.
Describe some of the commonalities and differences between Jungian psychology and shamanism.
Give an example of how shamanism can inform modern psychological practice
Lori Tyler, PhD, is a Jungian analyst and clinical psychologist in private practice in Long Beach and Pasadena and runs a weekly dream group in Long Beach. She spent much of her early career in forensics, working with the imprisoned chronically mentally ill, as well as running domestic violence prevention groups in outpatient settings. She has also served as adjunct faculty at several local community colleges.
3 - 4 pm Registration and social gathering
4 - 6 pm Lecture
Space may be limited. Early arrival is recommended
St. Wilfrid of York Episcopal Church
Huntington Beach, CA
Refunds normally require 48 hours notice.
At the door:
This course meets the qualifications for 2 hours of continuing education credit
for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs
$15 payable at the door. CEU certificates will be awarded by mail upon full completion of the program. For more information about the awarding of continuing education units, visit our CEU web page.