Us & Them: When the Shadow Rules (Online)
Friday, Sep 22
1 - 4:30pm CT
Potentially appropriate for 3.5 CEs*
Learn playful ways to recognize shadow characteristics in ourselves and discover how doing so can lead to a greater valuation of difference.
Political campaigns in the 21st century have become excellent examples of the depersonalizing, harmful, and yet completely natural human tendency to create polarization. Join us as we acknowledge together how projections of the shadow – those parts of ourselves that we cannot accept or feel to be our own – run rampant in political rhetoric. There is an increasing urgency to reconcile opposing viewpoints and values in the political climate of our world and in our nation. When the archetype of the shadow rules, there is both a challenge and an opportunity to benefit from embracing the value of diversity. Learn playful ways to recognize shadow characteristics in ourselves and discover how doing so can lead to a greater valuation of difference.
This program is being offered ONLINE. Recordings will be shared with registered participants only, and will not be available for individual purchase.
All times are CT. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Please register early. Programs with four or fewer participants are subject to cancellation, 48 hours prior to their start.
*The Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council (TBHEC) has stopped pre-certifying ANY Continuing Education or Professional Development for mental health providers. The Jung Center cannot guarantee that the programs we provide will qualify for Continuing Education or Professional Development, nor can any other agency. The Jung Center uses high educational standards when selecting to designate events as "potentially appropriate for CEs", and in evaluating the outcomes of our educational services, and we believe them to meet the requirements of state licensing bodies. To find out more about the TBHEC changes to Continuing Education and Professional Development, click here.
Don Streit (MSW, LCSW) is from Little Rock, AR, where he is in private practice. Since 1992, he has taught core graduate school courses including ego psychology, CBT and personality disorders, group therapy, family therapy, and spirituality and social work. Since 1997, he has presented workshops on Jungian topics - the shadow archetype; dream interpretation; spiritual approaches to treatment; the hero’s/heroine’s journey. Most recently he has presented workshops at the Jung Center of Houston, Texas, and the Center for Jungian Studies of South Florida - Ft. Lauderdale. He has presented Ethics for social workers since 2016.
|Neon CRM by Neon One|