Second Saturdays

5.11.19 Exploring Adult Sibling Relationships
Siblings can be both a source of joy and suffering. Lisa Debbeler, a psychotherapist in Cincinnati and senior analytic candidate at the Jung Institute of Chicago, uses Jung’s theories of complex and archetype to shed light on these adult relationships.

6.8.19 Celtic Imagination as a Healing Force
Join JACO Board Member, John P. Schuster, teacher, author and frequent traveler to Ireland to understand why Celtic traditions and stories are not just for the Irish. Like all indigenous cultures, they show us how to stay in touch with the myths that matter and the instincts that make us human. Jung explored this universal layer of the unconscious to help us tap into and heal our ancestral memories. John’s new podcast, Stories for the Ages: celebrating aging with vitality and purpose, is a collaborative effort with public radio.

7.13.19 Let’s Talk About Dreams!
Had any good dreams lately? What is a “good” dream? How do both “good” and “bad” dreams affect and reflect our personal and spiritual growth? Longtime JACO member Carol Jones Hughes, uses multiple approaches to makedreamwork fun.


8.10.19 Embodying the Spiritual Journey

Explore Yoga as a tool for Mind/Body/Spirit Integration with Stacie Stormer, RYT200, LPC, and Elizabeth Condon, RYT200 Spiritual Director. All practices will be done in chairs or standing briefly. Dress comfortably. Bring your curiosity.