Confronting Your Personal Shadow
A Seminar by Thayer Greene
Date: Saturday February 21, 2015 10am-3pm
Location: Smith Campus’s Seelye Hall, Rm 105
Cost: a voluntary contribution of $30 or less depending on what you can afford
The most difficult aspect of becoming a whole person psychologically, i.e. becoming authentic and real, requires an honest and often painful engagement with disowned and split off parts of our personality. We cannot grow into our full potential unless we are willing to make such an effort. This seminar will explore the ways and means for such a transformation.
Seminar will meet Saturday Feb 21 10am to 3pm in room 105 Seelye Hall, Smith College. To register either sign your name and tel# on a sheet available next Friday (2/6) at the lecture about Contempt & Shame in Seelye Hall Rm#106 or call my Home number 413-253-9343 and leave a message with your name and tel#. The suggested contribution is $30 but but give what you can. You will be welcome.
Thayer Greene, Ph.D., is a graduate of the Jung Institute of New York, and a training analyst at the Jung Institute of Boston. He has a private practice in Amherst.