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PGIAA Announces Poster Session Presenters

Coming Home 2015: Poster Session Presenters


Ginger Swanson, MA (Depth, 2010)

The Other Woman: A Journey to the Whole Woman

Although she has been with us for eons, the other woman’s true identity has been all but erased from existence. She has been buried in the shadows of society’s taboos and burdened with carrying negative projections of an ill-begotten stereotype. Using Carl Jung’s theories of the archetypes and complexes, the researcher explored the lived experiences of other women portrayed in

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Pacifica Graduate Institute

Dissertation Students…You’re Invited!

Turn Your Dissertation Into A Book, Article, or Published Work!

Renowned Depth psychological researcher, teacher, and co-author of the celebrated The Art of Inquiry: A Depth Psychological PerspectiveElizabeth’s  Nelson, PhD will be providing a step-by-step Dissertation Workshop on how to effectively turn your research into a book, articles, or published work!


Current Dissertation Students Attend the Workshop - Reduced Rate of $25



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Events Open to General Public


  • Friday, January 16th - 5:00 – 6:30 p.m.  - Meet our Authors & Book Signing, PLEASE RSVP



  • Saturday, January 17th - 10:00 – Throughout the day  -  Art Exhibition ~  Mythic Threads, Art, Healing & Magic in Bali w/Pam Bjork



  • Saturday, January 17th - 7:30 p.m. -  Santa Barbara Premier of Finding the Gold Within - PLEASE RSVP

Reception and Meet n’ Greet following Screening of Film.  “Finding the Gold Within” follows six African American young men from an after school prog

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2015, Humanity's Year of Happiness

This title seems taken  right out from the world of Utopia. I said seems. What would it take for our world to start on this road toward happiness for all? For the last 3000 years we were presented different theories, religions, recipes that, we thought,  would eventually allow just that: happiness for all.

Now in 2015 we have to agree; it didn't work.

I do not need to paint the world as it is now as we all know the picture isn't pink, unless I attribute this color to cancer.

We have to pause again

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