Welcome to the website for the C. G. Jung Association of the Miami Valley. We are a non-profit organization designed to promote the education of the theories of Carl Gustav Jung, serving the greater Dayton, Ohio area.
We are very pleased to present our Winter Program for 2016:
J. Gary Sparks
Jung in a Day
February 27, 2016
9:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m.
3.5 hrs CEU for CSWMFT
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
33 W. Dixon, Dayton 45419
Fee for each workshop:
$45 prepaid by Feb. 25
$55 after Feb. 25
Other ways to register:
- Print/mail registration form
- In-person registration begins 20 min. early on the day of the workshop
Pioneer Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung lived from 1875 until 1961. Jung made a lasting impact on contemporary psychology through his research into the meaning of dreams. The workshop explores C.G. Jung’s life and work. The Jungian process of dream interpretation is discussed in theory and practice. Jung’s major concepts next receive focus, with particular reference to dream examples. Topics to be covered include: the unconscious; shadow and projection; anima and animus; purpose in psychology; the Self; synchronicity; the religious attitude; a peak at The Red Book. These Jungian basics are explored in a step-by-step and lively manner to demonstrate their therapeutic as well as cultural importance. No previous knowledge of Jungian theory is assumed.
About the Presenter
J. Gary Sparks is a Jungian analyst and holds a Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute in Zürich. He is the author of At the Heart of Matter: Synchronicity and Jung’s Spiritual Testament (Inner City, 2010). Valley of Diamonds: Adventures in Number and Time with Marie-Louise von Franz (Inner City, 2007). Since 1983 he has maintained an analytical practice in Indianapolis. He also lectures widely throughout the US and Canada. For more information about him see www.jgsparks.net.
*Please note: Additional parking will be available right near the church in the Oakwood municipal parking lot. Because the church has another event occuring at the same time, parking at the St. Paul’s lot may challenging. The additional lot is located between Dixon Ave and Park Ave and accessed through an alley across from the entrance to St Paul’s.
For news about upcoming programs, please join our mailing list (see link on right side of the page). You can see a list of some of our past programs here.