Zurich-trained Jungian analyst Dr. James Hollis will discuss “Finding Resilience in Changing Times” during his January 17, 2020 lecture at the Carlisle Inn in Sarasota. The author of 15 books and a practicing analyst in Washington D.C., Dr. Hollis will speak about how individuals and cultures manage “in-between times” such as major life transitions or periods of crisis, loss, upheaval, and anxiety. Presented by the C. G. Jung Society of Sarasota, the lecture begins at 7 p.m., with a coffee and dessert welcome period beginning at 6:30 p.m. A question and answer period will follow the lecture. The Carlisle Inn is located at 3727 Bahia Vista St., Sarasota. Tickets are $35; $25 for members, and may be purchased via cgjungsarasota.org/events, or at the door.
Dr. Hollis will also lead a Saturday, Jan. 18 workshop, “What is Depth Psychology and Why Does It Matter?” The workshop offers continuing education credits through The Friendship Center for Aging Studies. Open to the public, the workshop runs from 9 a.m., to noon; tickets are $80 ($70 for members). Package pricing is available for those wishing to attend both the lecture and the workshop.
The lecture and workshop by Dr. Hollis are part of the C. G. Jung Society of Sarasota’s 2019-2020 INsight Lecture & Workshop series. Between November and April each year, the series presents local and national Jungian thought leaders such as Dr. Michael Conforti, a Connecticut-based Jungian Analyst and founder of the Assisi Institute, the international center for the study of archetypal patterns, who will speak March 13-14. The Society also offers special classes, monthly film salons, and discussion groups on topics including dream analysis, mythology, and expressive arts. Learn more at cgjungsarasota.org, or contact Jung Society of Sarasota Executive Director Lisa Cedrone at 941.952.8188.