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Dr. Jeffrey T. Kiehl has been a climate scientist for almost 40 years—but he has a unique take on the challenges we face on the climate front, because he is also a Jungian Analyst, focused on the study of the unconscious.
In this interview for Depth Insights™, Dr. Kiehl speaks with Bonnie Bright about his upcoming daylong workshop, “Reclaiming a Sense Wholeness Amidst the Environmental Crisis," which he’ll deliver at the C.G. Jung Psychology and Spirituality Conference taking place in Santa Fe, NM, June 9-16, 2017.
In the conversation, Dr. Kiehl offers an exclusive preview of his workshop by sharing ways we can each reconnect with a sense of the numinous and with nature in our daily lives, and the benefits that process can provide. We also discuss the unique, experiential format for this exciting Jungian conference.
The mission of the C. G. Jung Conference is to break open the psychological works of C. G. Jung, taking into account the spiritual questions of life. The Conference provides an opportunity to explore the integration of Jungian Psychology and spirituality by means of in-depth lectures by Jungian Analysts, creative expression, rituals, and excursions to sites that enhance the experience of the world of C. G. Jung.
The title of the 2017 conference is "Nature and the Soul: Cultivating a Partnership with the Wholeness of All." Speakers include Jerome Bernstein, Thomas Elsner, Sandra Easter, Monika Wikman, John Todd, Puddi Kullberg, and Frank Morgan, along with Jeffrey Kiehl.
The conference format includes dream tending circles, talking circles, shared meals, nature walks, opportunities for socializing and networking, and rituals, and expeditions into nature, history and the artistic communities of Santa Fe.
Jeffrey Kiehl, Ph.D., is a diplomate Jungian analyst in Santa Cruz, California. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz and a senior climate scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research. He holds a master’s degree in psychology and is a senior training analyst at the CG Jung Institute of Colorado and the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. He is the author of the recently published a book Facing Climate Change: An Integrated Path to the Future, which provides a Jungian, phenomenological perspective on climate change. Originally trained as a PhD climate scientist, Jeffrey returned to school to get an MA in psychology from Regis University. He completed his analyst training with the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and is a senior Diplomate Analyst with the C G Jung Institute of Colorado, the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and the International Association of Analytical Psychology. Jeffrey has given workshops and lectures on Jungian topics around the United States, including teaching a workshop at Esalen Institute.
Bonnie Bright, Ph.D., earned her doctorate in Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is the founder of Depth Psychology Alliance, an online community for everyone interested in Jungian and depth psychologies, and of DepthPsychologyList.com, a free-to-search database of Jungian and depth psychology-oriented practitioners.
She is also the creator and executive editor of Depth Insights, a semi-annual scholarly journal, and regularly produces audio and video interviews on depth psychological topics. Bonnie has completed 2-year certifications in Archetypal Pattern Analysis via the Assisi Institute; in Indigenous African Spiritual Technologies with West African elder Malidoma Somé; and she has trained extensively in Holotropic Breathwork™ and the Enneagram.
Learn more about the conference or register at www.JungConference.org.
Learn more about Jeff Kiehl at www.JTKiehl.com