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 Spring Program for 2016:
Kathy Cleveland Bull
Seasons of a Woman’s Life: Feminine Archetypes to Guide the Journey
April 30, 2016
9:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
3.5 hrs CEU pending for CSWMFT
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
33 W. Dixon, Dayton 45419
Fee for each workshop:
$45 prepaid by Apr. 28
$55 after Apr. 28
Bring a friend who is new to our events for only $25 more (details below)
Carl Jung said, “We all walk in shoes too small for us.” If this is true, then there is no better time than now for a woman to live a more expansive and considered life. What are common themes and motifs for a woman’s journey through the first and second half of life? How do they change at various stages? What questions are now seeping into her psyche? Looking at feminine archetypes from fairytales and mythology, we seek to find a pathway for our emerging self. We will look for guidance and an inner road map from the work of Jean Shinoda Bolen who has written extensively on archetypes in women as well as from the field of depth psychology, particularly the work of James Hollis, and our own inner wisdom guides. We will consider questions such as:
- By whose authority am I living my life?
- Where am I still asking permission? From whom? To do what?
- What talents, gifts, interests, and passions have remained dormant due to the obligations of the first half of life?
- What new life wants to emerge through me? How can I encourage its expression?
- What habits and behavioral patterns diminish me as I seek a more expansive life?
We invite people of all ages to participate in a deep, inspiring conversation.
About the Presenter
Kathy Cleveland Bull is a highly-regarded speaker, workshop leader, author and coach. In 2014, she opened The Center for Eating Psychology, where she helps clients heal their relationship with food, body and soul. Kathy founded and serves as president for N-Compass Consulting, a speaking and consulting firm helping clients “navigate the art and science of change.” She has spoken on four continents to over 250,000 people. Kathy holds an M.Ed. in Counseling and an M.Ed. in College Student Development from Bowling Green State University. She is also a certified Eating Psychology Coach and a JACO board member.
Bring a Friend
Purchase a ticket for you plus a friend—anyone new to our workshops—for only $25 more. Share your love of Jung and help keep our organization vital, diverse, and strong. A great gift! Here is an explanation of the pricing options for this event:
- Regular admission for you – $45 (if registered before Apr 28, or $55 after)
We want to express our deepest gratitude to all our beloved supporters who join us in creating this marvelous Jungian community.
- Admission for you + a friend who has not attended before – $70 (or $80 after Apr 28)
Thank you for helping to strengthen our numbers to ensure that this organization continues to thrive.
- Admission for you + two friends who have not attended before – $95 (or $105 after Apr 28)
We hope this special price will entice lots of new folks to join us.
Please note: If you are attending with a friend who has joined us before, we ask you that you please pay regular admission for both. This special pricing is designed to introduce new people to our organization and to ensure our continued growth. Thank you!
Other ways to register:
- Print/mail registration form
- In-person registration begins 20 min. early on the day of the workshop
or call: Cheryl 937- 294-1684