Events and Seminars:
Ongoing through The Salome Institute of Jungian Studies - visit website to learn more.
2019: The Multiplicity of the Feminine
2018: Neumann&Jung: On the Ethics of our Time.
2018: “After the Red Book”
2018: The Red Book Seminar
2018: I Ching Consultation and Invocation for the New Year.
2017: Beyoncé's Lemonade as a Modern Alchemical Work
"The Banality of Evil" by Hannah Arendt, Literary Arts, September 2017
"The Second Sex" Seminar, Literary Arts, March 2017
"Where We Go From Here," Pacifica Graduate Institute, January 2017
"A New Ethic", Salome Institute, January 2017
Taoism & Jung, Salome Institute, October-November 2016
The Works of Carl Jung, Literary Arts, August-October 2016
Joan Didion Seminar, Literary Arts, March 5 - March 26 2016
Oregon Pacifica Alumni Gathering, March 12th, 2016
Jung's Red Book Seminar, Literary Arts + Portland Art Museum, September 10-October 15, 2015
"Dream On!" Conversation, Milagro Theater, May 17, 2015
PNCA, MFA class Lecture on Jungian Psych, February 10, 2015
Introduction to the I Ching, Pataphysical Society, March 27, 2015
Joseph Campbell's "Hero's Journey" and Memoir, Literary Arts, October 4 - November 8th, 2014
"The Language of the Unconscious", PICA, August 30, 2013
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