Friday, September 02, 2011


Workshop: Sacrifice as a Theme in Psychotherapy Presented by Cheryl Lawler, M.S.W., L.C.S.W and Rose Holt, M.A.

 Sunday, September 18th, 2011, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. (2 CEUs) First Congregational Church UCC 6501 Wydown, Clayton, MO 63105

 Fee: Friends - $30; Others $35; Full-time Students $17.50

 The Jung Society is offering a third presentation in which two psychoanalysts, one from the psychoanalytic community and one Jungian, will offer their perspectives on the theory and practice of psychotherapy. The subject of this program is the role of sacrifice in the therapeutic process. Cheryl Lawler and Rose Holt will each present their perspectives and thoughts about the human experience of sacrifice. What is sacrifice and what is sacrificed? Is sacrifice necessary? If so, why? How does sacrifice manifest in unconscious ways that affect conscious functioning in the individual? During this afternoon program, there will be ample time for questions and answers.

 Cheryl Lawler is past president, and currently training and supervising analyst as well as faculty member of the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute. She is practicum supervisor, Washington University School of Social Work, a private practitioner, and author of Intimacy Without Sacrifice: Toward a New Psychoanalytic Theory of Sexual Love.

 Rose Holt is a Jungian analyst in private practice in St. Louis. She serves as advisory analyst to the C.G. Jung Society of St. Louis and is on the faculty of the Chicago Analyst Training Program. She has written many articles and taught numerous courses about Analytical Psychology.

 To register online, go to or click on the St. Louis Jung Society Website link on the left side of this page.

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