Dreaming Animals: Individuation In A Jungian Analysis with Penelope Tarasuk, Ph.D., IAAP
Following a series of animal dreams from a profoundly creative woman artist; we move into and through the individuation process of her eight-year analysis through her dying and conscious death. I choose to use this series of dreams as I feel that the dignity and depth of Jungian Psychoanalysis is illustrated and accessible.
This presentation will lead us to explore and discover the meaning and function of animals visiting in dreams or meeting them by chance. Which animals bring us education, wisdom, humor, terror, beauty and joy? How do we treat animals in dreams, and in waking life? What does this tell us about ourselves and as a society and culture?
Saturday, April 20th, 2019
9 am to 1 pm
Penelope Tarasuk, Ph.D., IAAP, is a Jungian psychoanalyst with over forty-years of experience in the field of psychology in many settings and with individuals, families, groups and organizations. Her focus is personal integration and individuation via dreaming, individuation, active imagination, nature and animals, art and the body. She is a former C. G. Jung Institute of Boston Training Board member, currently faculty, supervisor and training analyst. She resides in So. Deerfield, MA and also practices in Cambridge.
*IAAP (International Association for Analytical Psychology)
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