Monday, January 18, 2016

Alumni College: Intro to Jung

Kendrick Norris '77 MDiv '01 MST will lead a short course on the Psychology of Jung in Rye Mar. 8-Apr. 12
The AYA's Yale Alumni College returns to Westchester this spring, when Yale Divinity School alumnus Kendrick Norris '77 MDiv '01 MST will teach a short course, "An Introduction to the Psychology of Jung," in Rye Mar. 8-Apr. 12, 2016.  Classes are scheduled for Tuesday evenings at 7 pm at the Osborn at 101 Theall Rd.

Kendrick, an expert on the teachings and principles of Carl Jung, also has a Ph.d. from the Graduate Theological Foundation and has worked in pastoral and family counseling at St. Raphael Hospital in New Haven. He is a founding member of the Connecticut Association for Jungian Psychology and a board member of the C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology in New York.

Norris' six-week course is an introduction to the theories of Jung with reference to the second half of life.  Jung often said the first half of life is about the development of ego, influenced in part by relationships with parents. The second half is about letting go of egos and is a "time of the soul," a psychological freedom.

Westchester alums interested in attending can register by clicking ALUM-COLLEGE. A $200 fee is required.

In 2015, the Alumni College in Westchester hosted courses on Shakespeare and opera in the fall and sleep disorders last spring.

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