New Myths in Black and Indigenous Art and Film

New Myths in Black and Indigenous Art and Film In this 4-week course, mythologist and multidisciplinary artist Dr. Li Sumpter offers a breakdown of the Heroine’s Journey model evident in [...]

Statement by PGIAA Regarding the Mass Shooting in Atlanta, Georgia

Statement by Pacifica Graduate Institute Alumni Association (PGIAA) Regarding the Mass Shooting in Atlanta, Georgia on 17 March 2021 Earlier this week we witnessed a horrific targeted shooting in [...]

The Dream: A Forgotten Call to Action?

The Dream: A Forgotten Call to Action? By Marvin Richards Growing up like many children in my generation, I was taught about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his “Dream.” I wanted to follow in Dr. [...]

Black History Month: Dissertations and Theses from Pacifica Graduate Institute Alumni

In celebration of Black History Month: Dissertations and Theses from Pacifica Alumni This list is a compendium of writings and research that covers a broad gamut of individual and group [...]

OUR COLLECTIVE SHADOW: RACISM, TRAUMA, AND PRIVILEGE

OUR COLLECTIVE SHADOW: RACISM, TRAUMA, AND PRIVILEGE Three talks by Jungian analyst and author Dr. Fanny Brewster Dates: Online (Live via Zoom) Thursdays: February 4, 11, and 25, 2021 12-1:30pm [...]

Celebrate Black History Month 2021 With Events Hosted Virtually by a Collaboration of Santa Barbara County Organizations

Celebrate Black History Month 2021 With Events Hosted Virtually by a Collaboration of Santa Barbara County Organizations SANTA BARBARA, CA – Around thirty virtual events are planned for Black [...]

Fanny Brewster: Our Historic Moment

Our Historic Moment by Fanny Brewster, Ph.D., MFA, LP, Jungian Analyst (From the Philadelphia Association of Jungian Analysts Blog) We are beginning a historic new time in our American [...]

The Decent Society: A Way Forward

The Decent Society: A Way Forward Published in New Braunfels’ Herald-Zeitung’s Opinion Page, 23 Januray 2021, p. 4-A Dennis Patrick Slattery In the wake of the moving and heart-stirring [...]

APA’s Apology to Black, Indigenous and People of Color for Its Support of Structural Racism in Psychiatry

APA’s Apology to Black, Indigenous and People of Color for Its Support of Structural Racism in Psychiatry   Today, the American Psychiatric Association (APA), the oldest national [...]

PANTHEON OF PARADOXES: ARCHETYPAL IMAGERY IN THE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN PANTHEON

PANTHEON OF PARADOXES: ARCHETYPAL IMAGERY IN THE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN PANTHEON Exploring masculine and feminine concepts using the Egyptian gods SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2021 2 – 5PM PRESENTED BY [...]