Depth Psychology has been my life's work, my calling, yet I didn't know that term existed until about four months ago when I read a dissertation by a Pacifica Graduate Institute alum. As soon as I read the definition of "depth psychology" on Pacifica's website, I felt a resonance in my bones and knew that was where I needed to be. I applied immediately and all sorts of synchronous events began manifesting, pointing me to a vocation of spiritual healing through a foundation in depth psychology.
Yesterday I received my acceptance letter to Pacifica's MA/PhD Depth Psychology program specializing in Jungian and Archetypal studies.
And now, dazzled and drunk on possibilities, this waitress who works nights at the local pizza joint is wondering how the hell she's going to pay $30,000 a year for the next five years without going into crazy debt as she earns her MA and PhD.
If you worked your way through grad school, I would love to hear how you made it through without piles of debt!
Any and all suggestions are helpful!