Steven Aizenstat: Let’s come together in “communities of practice”

Let’s come together in “communities of practice” Perhaps one of the most difficult findings of post 911 is the lack of trust between people. Research tells of a significant decline in faith [...]

New Book: The Kore Goddess by Safron Rossi

The Kore Goddess by Safron Rossi The Kore Goddess is an in-depth archetypal psychological study of an overlooked mythic and psychic pattern. Also known as the Maiden or Virgin, the Kore [...]

Dark Times

Dark Times by Beth Anne Boardman Well, it’s been quite a five years. Quite a six years. Quite a year. Two years. However long you trace your suffering back, I hope you have found some rays of [...]

Joseph Cambray – Towards a 21st Century Model of Psyche: Altered States, Oracles, and Intelligences

Towards a 21st Century Model of Psyche: Altered States, Oracles, and Intelligences Oregon Friends of Jung is thrilled to have Joe Cambray back and giving a Friday Talk September 17 and Saturday [...]

Joseph Cambray – Towards a 21st Century Model of Psyche: Altered States, Oracles, and Intelligences

Towards a 21st Century Model of Psyche: Altered States, Oracles, and Intelligences Oregon Friends of Jung is thrilled to have Joe Cambray back and giving a Friday Talk September 17 and Saturday [...]

Showing Up for Life: The Artist-Intellectual

Showing Up for Life: The Artist-Intellectual by Peter M. Rojcewicz, PhD Pacifica Graduate Institute Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs The core requirement for private and [...]

Lying and Violence: A Nobel Lecture by Alexander Solzhenitsyn

Lying and Violence: A Nobel Lecture by Alexander Solzhenitsyn by Dennis Patrick Slattery, Ph.D. (Published in New Braunfels, Texas newspaper, the Herald-Zeitung’s Opinion page, June 12-13, 2021.) [...]

Existential Intimacy of Learning: A Noetic Turn from STEM

Existential Intimacy of Learning: A Noetic Turn from STEM by Peter M. Rojcewicz, PhD Pacifica Graduate Institute Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs STEM Education Science, technology, [...]

Replacing the Myth of Growth

Replacing the Myth of Growth Dennis Patrick Slattery, Ph.D. is Distinguished Professor Emeritus in The Mythological Studies Program at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Carpinteria, California. [...]

Faculty in Conversation: Clinical Impacts of the COVID Crisis – April 22

Faculty in Conversation: Clinical Impacts of the COVID Crisis The next webinar of the 2020-2021 Counseling Community Webinar Series is a Faculty in Conversation: Clinical Impacts of the COVID [...]