D. Beth Macy, PhD
Eight Tuesdays, April 9 - May 28
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
$180 ($170 Jung Center members)
Do you and your organization match? At work, are you a round peg in a square hole? From Jung we know archetypes as the deep structures of the psyche that create consistent patterns in individual lives. But the collective psyche rests on the same archetypal structures as the individual psyche. Relying on the pathbreaking work of Jungian analyst Gareth Hill, we will explore the ways that organizations reflect deep archetypal structures. Through lecture and examples from myth, art, poetry, and music, we will discover how to identify organizations that match our individual archetypal patterns, as well as how to develop adaptive behaviors to enhance that match.
Recommended reading: Masculine and Feminine: The Natural Flow of Opposites in the Psyche, Gareth Hill
Beth Macy, PhD, is an organizational consultant who has worked extensively in public and mental health as well as in large corporations. A student of Jung's work for many years, she focuses on the applications of archetypal patterns in coaching managers and in resolving work-place problems.