Calgary Jung Society Blog Archive

  • A Message from the 2019-2020 President of the Calgary Jung Society

    A Message from the 2019-2020 President of the Calgary Jung Society Welcome to a new year of intelligent exploration, deeper engagement, and nurturing community as we invite you to continue our quest to clarify and/or to more deeply understand the work of Carl Jung. What a challenge. And what a year we have planned for […]

  • Connecting You with Emanuela Mihailescu

    Calgary’s Jungian analyst Emanuela Mihailescu is speaking April 26, 2019. She will lead a discussion and journey into the dream world. Both the lecture, April 26th and workshop April 27th, promise to be wonderful and enriching events; register now, limited space available for the Dream Workshop! A popular part of Jung’s theories was dream work or dream […]

  • Connecting You with Stacey Shelby

    Stacey Shelby, PhD an author, speaker and depth psychotherapist visits us on February 15, 2018, to present on the topic of Individuation: What it Means to Become Whole and In-Divisible. It promises to be an interesting evening with the opportunity for questions and book signing; register now! A key process in Jungian analysis is individuation. […]

  • Chris Wilkes

    We live in an era where 1 in 5 Canadians struggle with a mental illness or addiction problem. In any given week approximately 500,000 employed Canadians are unable to work due to mental health problems. Canadians who run the risk of developing mental illness are more likely to die 10 to 20 years earlier than those without […]

  • Connecting You With Judith Dowling

    Jungian analyst Judith Dowling visits us November 16, 2018 to facilitate a discussion and inquiry into the nature of the shadow. It promises to be a well-attended and enriching event; register now! A critical part of Jungian analysis is getting to know our shadow. Most of us are afraid of doing this. It’s frightening and often painful […]

  • Join the WCAJA Study Group

    Take your exploration of Jungian Psychology deeper with a unique study group offered by the Western Canadian Association of Jungian Analysts in Victoria. The study group is intended for anyone who is interested in learning, sharing in discussions, and grappling with C. G. Jung’s fundamental concepts in his body of writings. The course will also include post- Jungian writings. Group […]

  • Connecting You: Return to Earth with Karen Hodges

    Jungian analyst Karen Hodges explores the importance of nature to our psyche at our November lecture and workshop, which will be held at the Best Western Plus Village Park Inn. Read our Q & A to prepare for a lively discussion. Why did Jung believe it was vitally important for everyone to have a relationship with […]

  • Connecting You with Matthew Kelly

    Jungian analyst Matthew Kelly ‘dumpster dives’ in the psyche, exploring how unconscious attitudes, defense mechanisms and collective beliefs influence our dissociative tendencies toward outer waste at our October lecture and workshop.  When there are so many pressing environmental and social issues today, why waste? What made you decide to explore psychological issues around waste? Exploring and making […]

  • Connecting You with Jeffrey Kiehl

    In our first lecture and workshop of the season, Jungian analyst and senior climate scientist Jeffrey Kiehl explores climate change and how to heal the split with our animate world.  Register today.   Connecting You Q & A How does Jungian psychology suggest we deepen our connection with Nature? There are a number of ways […]

  • Connecting You: Psyche and Nature with Chantel Thurman

    Psychotherapist Chantel Thurman is our May speaker and workshop host. Read our Q & A for this, our last event of the 2016-2017 season! Your bio says that you are trained as an animal tracker. Can you tell me a little bit about what that means and how you do it? Wildlife tracking is the […]