Thursday, January 05, 2012


For detailed information, please visit the C.G. Jung Society of St. Louis website at

The St. Louis Jung Society is making available material from the November, 2011, JUNG IN THE HEARTLAND Conference.  Presentations by Laurence Hillman, Robert Bosnak, and Lionel Corbett will be available for DVD purchase or for streaming from the internet soon.

I attended all the conference presentations and have reviewed the soon-to-be-released videos.  I can tell you they are excellent.  They capture some of the latest and finest work of Jungian Analysts who are furthering the work of C.G Jung.  Of particular interest is Bosnak's approach to working with dreams to investigate ways psychic states affect physical states, with healing of the body as the goal of the work.  Bluff City Productions did a fine job in capturing and editing the presentation material so that viewing and reviewing the videos is deeply edifying.

The Society website also details the upcoming programs and study groups it is offering.  I will be teaching two "Jung Readings" Study Groups, one that will meet in my office and a second one online (requiring a computer, webcam, fast internet connection, and phoning in to a common number) for people who live some distance away or prefer to participate from their own homes.  Both groups will read and discuss Jung's work, TWO ESSAYS, Volume 7 of his COLLECTED WORKS.  The book is readily available in hardback or paperback from  These two study groups are designed for people who wish to study Jung's ideas and theories for their own personal growth as well as for clinicians who seek to incorporate Jung's ideas and theories into their practice of psychotherapy.  The study group format will be a seminar in which participants will engage in unpacking and discussing Jung's TWO ESSAYS.

Online learning can be daunting.  If you have an interest and would like to know more about either the study group or the technical aspects of attending online, please contact me by e-mail ( or by phone (314 726-2032).  I have taught a number of classes online.  Participants find it a good alternative when physical presence in a class in difficult or impossible. 

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