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Jung
and the Archetype of the

Wounded Healer

An eight week college level course

Anyone who works in the helping professions

will benefit from the important ideas covered in this course.

Includes one free class plus eight full modules with resources

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9142611463?profile=originalJung and Astrology

An eight week college level course!

Includes one free class plus eight full modules with resources and further learning opportunities available through our online learning platform. Successfully complete all of the assignments in t

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Active Imagination and

Jung’s Red Book

an online course

Learn how C. G. Jung’s innovative

psychotherapeutic technique of Active Imagination

led to the development of Analytical Psychology

and a rev

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Jung and Fairy Tales

Learn how C. G. Jung and Marie Louise von Franz

understood and used Fairy Tales in Depth Psychological work.

An eight week college level course!

Includes one free class plus e

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Introduction to Depth Psychology

Learn the History and Development of Depth Psychology
From Tribal Healing Practices to Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung.


A nine week college level course!

Includes one free

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9142614459?profile=originalJung and Dreams

Learn How C.G. Jung
Revolutionized Our Understanding of Dreams.


An eight week college level online course!

Includes one free class plus eight full modules with resources and further learning opportunities available through our onli

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“Silence is the absolute poise or balance of body, mind, and spirit. The man who preserves his selfhood ever calm and unshaken by the storms of existence — not a leaf, as it were, astir on the tree; not a ripple upon the surface of shining pool- hi

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Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952) was a white American photographer who captured photographs of the native people of some eighty North American tribes between 1899 and 1920. Taking by some estimates over 40,000 pictures, he published a monumental twenty

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9142613878?profile=original“How then can US society come to terms with its past? How can it acknowledge responsibility? The late Native historian Jack Forbes always stressed that while living persons are not responsible for what their ancestors did, they are responsible for th

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