S18A11 A Depth Psychology Look at the Statue of Liberty

Please note: this course requires membership in
Lifelong Learning Institute Membership 2017-2018 or Lifelong Learning Institute Membership 2018-2019

Dates:February 1 - March 1, 2018
Meets:Th from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Location:American National University 201
Fee: $35.00

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Discussion topics will include the history of the Statue of Liberty and her Egyptian roots; archetypal goddess energy of this particular statue; the psychological meaning of Liberty; the meaning of statues to the alchemists and in the collective unconscious; the feminine principle and its presence/absence in the collective; and the symbolism of the Statue of Liberty in the United States today. The course is approached from the point of view of Jungian psychology.

Instructor: Pamela Beverage, Ed. D., LPC has completed more than ten years of post-doctoral studies in Jungian psychology and has a Jungian psychotherapy practice in Harrisonburg. Currently she is a senior analytic candidate in Switzerland at the Research and Training Centre for Depth Psychology. She has facilitated group discussions for more than 45 years.


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Withdrawal/Refund Policy: You may cancel your registration up to one week before the class start date, and receive a full refund (minus any credit card processing fees.) After that date, no refunds will be given.

For registration questions, please contact Lifelong Learning Institute at LLI@jmu.edu or 540/568.2923.

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