Jack & Helen Graham

10 Gifts from Jung to Help a Crazy Time

May 19, Saturday Lecture & Discussion 7:30 pm
members: free; non-members: free; students: free

An informal introduction to Carl Jung and his importance for our time. What makes us say Jung was a “giant” in our time, even after sixty years have passed since he was among us? What makes some psychologists/psychiatrists and scientists dismiss Jung? We live in a time where extremes and a cultural madness seem to prevail. How can Jung help us with this? From a Jungian perspective what is happening to our world and what can we do about it? We will point to “10 gifts” which are now essential to how we understand ourselves, how we enter into community and relationship, and how we work with the changes in our world. Each “gift” will serve as a talking point for group discussion. Helen will serve as an interpreter, responder, questioner, and assist in group process.

Jack & Helen GrahamJack Graham, M.Div., Th.M., LPC, is an ordained Presbyterian minister, published Palestinian archaeologist, futurist, cultural historian, biblical scholar, psycho-mythologist, career/life-work counselor, organizational consultant, bioenergetic healer, psychotherapist, and spiritual teacher. Following classical training in theology, he has pursued Jung for over 50 years, worked several years with Sufi Sheik Murat Yagan, followed by eight years with a Peruvian shaman, and has now worked for two decades with Tom Hickey Ph.D., who teaches the Way of the Higher Self and the Perennial Wisdom. Jack has a private practice as a licensed psychotherapist. Jack’s website is JackGrahamLPC.com

Helen Graham, LCSW, has multiple areas of interest in communications, especially intergenerational exchanges, and enjoys working with women, men, young adults & older teens. In her private practice, she utilizes her training in Family Systems therapy, Couples therapy, Individual therapy, Group Therapy, Addiction Recovery & Body Energy-Based approaches to assist her clients toward wholeness by integrating body & spirit. She helps clients learn experiential techniques, empowering them to shed self-destructive behaviors & thinking. In her present part-time psychotherapy practice. Helen believes that she must learn from her clients as they grow with her. She and her husband, Jack have 7 grown children, and 11 grandchildren.

Upcoming Events

May 19
Jack & Helen Graham
10 Gifts from Jung to Help a Crazy Time
Saturday 7:30 p.m.-10:00
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June 16
Jutta von Buchholtz, PhD
Searching for the Father in Myths and Fairy Tales
Saturday 7:30 p.m.-10:00
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July 21
Jerry Wright, DMin
Reimaging God and Religion from a Jungian Perspective
Saturday 7:30 p.m.-10:00
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August 18
Catherine Meeks, PhD
Desolation, Invention and Bearing Witness to Hope
Saturday 7:30 p.m.-10:00
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September 15
Joseph McFadden, MD
Contemporary Dream Theory and Understanding – Freud, Jung, Bion and Beyond
Saturday 7:30 p.m.-10:00

October 19-20
Tina Stromsted, PhD
Coming Home to the Body: Healing the Body/Psyche/Soul Split through Conscious Embodiment
Friday 7:30 p.m.-10:00
Dreams, the Body, and the Dance of Three
Saturday 10:00 a.m.-5:00
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November 10
Pete Williams, PhD
Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!: Discovering our Inner Instinctual Selves Including Dreams
Saturday 7:30 p.m.-10:00

December 7-8
James Hollis, PhD
TBD
Saturday 7:30 p.m.-10:00


DIRECTIONS TO MEETINGS

Sandy Springs Christian Church, 301 Johnson Ferry Rd NW, Sandy Springs, GA 30328
church's web page: http://sandyspringscc.org/

Coming from GA 400, take the Abernathy Rd, Exit 5, towards Sandy Springs. Go about 1.5 miles on Abernathy Rd and the church will be on the right, just past Brandon Mill Road. Proceed to the next light (River Valley) and make a right into the parking lot.