C.G. Jung Institute


Embodied Alchemy®: Authentic Movement, Neuroscience, & the Somatic Unconscious
April 25, 2015

9am-5pm Many traditional verbal and cognitive therapies prioritize mental insight over the impactful role of embodied experience. Yet, as contemporary neuroscience shows us, genuine healing involves more than verbalization: deeper integration requires the body. Alchemy, an ancient practice involving material and spiritual elements, was rediscovered by C.G. Jung as he sought to understand the imagery […]

The Embodied Psyche- Mind, Brain, Body: A Jungian Whole Person Approach to Dynamic Psychotherapy
March 17, 2013

1:00- 4:00pm You are invited to a special afternoon with visiting- analyst, Margaret Wilkinson. An international speaker and seminal author, Wilkinson is a leading voice in contemporary neuroscience and its relevance to the clinical practice of depth psychology. Join us as we explore how we work within the area of our specialty yet take into […]

“Embodied Wisdom: Jung, Neuroscience and Authentic Movement—Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives.”
March 14, 2008

Dates: Friday Evening, March 14, 2008 Public Program; $35 Saturday, March 15, 2008 Professional Program; $125 CEUs: Friday Evening: 1.5 Saturday: 6.75 CEU Fees: If registering for both Friday night and Saturday there is one-time $15 CE fee; for separate registration, a $15 fee applies for Friday night and another for Saturday. Time: Friday Evening 7:30-9:00 PM, Margaret Wilkinson. Saturday […]

Changing Minds in Therapy. Metaphor, Metamorphosis and the Neurobiology of Emotion
October 30, 2009 - October 31, 2009

Friday lecture 7:30-9pm Chair: Tina Stromsted Speaker: Margaret Wilkinson “This evening we will explore the way in which metaphor stimulates brain activity and facilitates change and development in the mind-brain-body being. Earliest experiences of emotional states arise out of bodily experiences in relation to the primary caregiver. Research has made clear that nature and early […]