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November 2018 Meeting


November Meeting – November 11, 2018 from 2-5 PM
at the APC-SF Library
2411 Octavia Street # 1
San Francisco, CA 94109

The Shadow and Integrating our Spiritual and Psychological Work


David Richo, Ph.D., M.F.T.

We all contain creative qualities and powers that we have kept hidden out of fear and self-doubt. Our Shadow includes all that we abhor about ourselves and all the wonderful attributes that we have disavowed or denied. We project the negativities onto others as strong dislike. We project our own positive potential onto others as awe and admiration. We do not have to keep projecting our own powers onto others but can reclaim them and use them mindfully and imaginatively. Then foes become allies; dark angles become archways of light. We learn to hold ourselves with loving-kindness. We learn to act lovingly toward others whose dark sides may be disturbing us. We learn to work through fears and projections. 

David Richo, Ph.D., M.F.T., is psychotherapist, writer, and workshop leader. He teaches at a variety of places including Esalen and Spirit Rock Buddhist Center. He shares his time between Santa Barbara and San Francisco, California. Dave combines psychological and spiritual perspectives in his work. His book is Shadow Dance (Shambhala, 1999). The website for books, CD’s, and events is 

Please RSVP by November 4th by clicking on "Attend Event" below or via email
This event is free for members. 
A door donation of $10 is suggested for guests.

Eventbrite - Dreams in Preparation for Death with Millie Fortier, PhD


David Richo, Ph.D. presents a six week course on Mystical Poetry

Tuesdays from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. 

St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church

101 Gold Mine Drive in Diamond Heights, San Francisco. 

November 6, 2018 - December 11, 2018.

The course is free and space is limited.

If you would like to attend the class, please contact 

Elaine Mannon by phone at 415-469-9832 

or by email,  


In describing his course, Dave quotes Anne Frank who wrote, “I am grateful to God for giving me this gift, this possibility of developing myself and of writing, of expressing all that is in me. I can shake off everything if I write. My sorrows disappear; my courage is reborn.”  


In his own words Dave writes, “Mystics found ways to contact the divine directly and often expressed what they found in poems. We will read and reflect on poems by poets from Western and Eastern traditions. We will try our hand at writing our own spiritually-inspired poems. Anyone can share; no one has to. Poetry, our own and others’, can be quite illuminating. Join us to take that opportunity.”


2:00pm - 5:00pm

January 13, 2019 SF-APC Annual Celebration
Member residence, San Francisco, CA. 

February 10, 2019
Jung, Astrology, and Dreams:  An Experiential Workshop
Greg Bogart, Ph.D. LMFT, is in private practice and teaches in the Psychology Department at Sonoma State University.

March 10, 2019
The Wise Old Woman Spirit: Help as a Partnership
Susan K. Faron, Ph.D., Diplomate Jungian Analyst, Clinical & Health Psychologist, Marriage and Family Therapist. 

April 14, 2019
Emma Marie Jung-Rauschenbach:  Case Study of the Wise Old Woman Spirit
Susan K. Faron, Ph.D.Diplomate Jungian Analyst, Clinical & Health Psychologist, Marriage and Family Therapist.

All events, unless otherwise specified, are held at the APC library located at 
2411 Octavia St, #1, near Broadway, San Francisco.
Events are free for members, a $10.00 door donation is requested for guests.




The Analytical Psychology Club of San Francisco and herchurch present:

Mary Magdalene: Archetype of Every Woman


Kayleen Asbo, Ph.D. 

Using Toni Wolff's influential framework, participants will explore the image of Mary Magdalene across the centuries through artwork, music and story as she encompasses the totality of the human journey into spiritual and psychological awakening. 

Kayleen Asbo, Ph.D., is a passionate scholar: a cultural historian, musician, writer and teacher who weaves myth, music, psychology, history and art with experiential learning.  A faculty member of the Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, Kayleen also teaches regularly for the Osher Life Long Learning Institutes at UC Berkeley, Sonoma State University and Dominican University.  Educated at Smith College, Mills College, the San Francisco Conservatory, Pacifica Graduate Institute and the University of California, Kayleen wrote her Ph.D dissertation on Passion and Paradox: The Myths of Mary Magdalene in Music, Art and Culture. Kayleen has been a guest presenter and lecturer on Mary Magdalene at Oxford University in England, the Assisi Institute of Depth Psychology Conference in Italy, the Houston Jung Institute, Chartres Cathedral in France, Grace Cathedral, the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, Chapman University and the San Francisco Opera. The Creative Director and Resident Mythologist for the Mythica Foundation for Education, Contemplation and the Arts, Kayleen leads workshops and retreats throughout the country and offers a pilgrimage to sacred sites in Europe every year.


The Importance of Anima Mundi in the World Today:
Psychology and Alchemy


Stacy Hassen, Ph.D. 

Alchemy of the Soul. Celebrating the evolving mystery of the inner life and steeped in the depths of the alchemical tradition, the essence of our being transforms like seeds within the earth. Drawing upon the ancient tradition of Alchemy, this talk will explore the catalyst, process and the matter that awakens the individual and World Soul. 

Stacy Hassen received her Ph.D. in Mythological Studies and Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Carpinteria, CA in 2009 with her dissertation: The Alchemy of Re-finding the Light in the World Soul. Curator of the Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism, Stacy teaches for the C. G. Jung Institute, gives presentations and talks on ARAS, The Book of Symbols, and Alchemy.



Jung’s Apprentice – Remembering my Father


Diana Baynes Jansen

About the Speaker

Diana Baynes Jansen, a Jungian-oriented analytical psychotherapist and Sandplgy Therapist with a practice in the North of England. She is the author of Jung’s Apprentice, a biography of her father Helton Godwin Baynes. Also known as Peter Baynes, met Jung in the 1920’s and studied and worked with him. He became his chief assistant in Zurich and accompanied Jung on his journey to Africa in 1925 and was significant in the early world of Analytical Psychology. Peter was instrumental in the establishment of Analytical Psychology in London and the United Kingdom. He died in 1943. 

Her book, Jung’s Apprentice:  A Biography of Helton Godwin Baynes includes previously unpublished correspondence between Baynes and Jung as well as extracts from Baynes’ journal while in analysis with Jung.    

Diana Baynes Jansen is the youngest of Baynes’ six children and the child of Peter Baynes's later years.  It has been her life-long quest to get to know the father who has profoundly affected her life and who died when was only six years old.  


"Artwork and the Unconscious: Jung and Art 
Brother Jude Hill, SSF, PhD, IAAP"

Jung and Art
While spending a semester at the Jung Institute Zurich, I was privileged to help archive a vast quantity of paintings produced by Jung and by his patients that were to go into a city bank for safety. I came to realize how important art was to Jung and to his work with his patients. In my own analytical practice, I have always encouraged people to contact the deeper artistic side of the psyche to help unfold their own personal myth and relationship to the Self.

Experiential Workshop
In this workshop I plan to say a little about Jung’s thoughts on Art, as well as reflect on our own projections onto a painting and what they can reveal to us. For this we will see a collection of pictures produced by a nun in analysis. Each participants will also engage in the process by producing a picture in the workshop and have time to reflect on their own experience. 

Brother Jude Hill, SSF, PhD, IAAP has been an Episcopal Franciscan Friar in England and the United States for almost 40 years. He trained as an analyst in London with the Guild of Analytical Psychologists founded by Baroness Vera von der Heydt who was his tutor. He is an Associate Priest at the Church of the Advent of Christ the King in San Francisco and combines Analytical Psychology and Spirituality in his work as a priest, spiritual director and retreat conductor.


"Meditative Practice as a Pathway in Active Imagination" 
Carolyn Grassi

Meditative Practice as a Pathway in Active Imagination with Carolyn Grassi.

During our time together, I’ll outline a meditative process of responding via writing as an example of a pathway in active imagination. Mention will be made of artists, mystics, educators who responded meditatively to the “Spirit,” the inner voice, the unconscious or higher Self. I’ll briefly refer to the following “practitioners”, whom in my view as meditative examples, can offer you encouragement: Teresa of Avila, John of the Cross, Caravaggio, Donatello, Coleridge, Wordsworth, Simone de Beauvoir and John Dewey. Each is uniquely individual, while sharing a deep connection. 

We will have time for a simple writing exercise as a way of learning the structure of meditative responding. Such is offered as a guide or tool for a simple meditative practice. Please bring a photo, painting or poem of personal significance and a pen and paper.

Carolyn Grassi has practiced Ignatian and Zen meditation. She is a graduate of Brooklyn College (CUNY) and of San Jose State University M.A. and M.P.A./thesis: “Individual Freedom in Hegel’s Philosophy”. After teaching in California Community colleges, she turned full-time to poetry. Carolyn studied with Robert Hass, Galway Kinnell, Robert Bly, Louise Clifton. Her poetry books are: “Journey To Chartres”, “Transparencies”, “Heart and Soul”, and with her late husband, Biblical scholar Joseph Grassi, “Mary Magdalene and the Women in Jesus’s Life.” She leads creative writing workshops. In 1991 she offered a weekend on “Brunnhilde of Wagner’s “Ring” for the SF Jung Institute.


Psychedelic Experience Without Drugs


Jim Eyerman, MD, DLFAPA, Integrative Holistic Psychiatry

There will be a short presentation on the range of psychedelic/mystical/mythopoetic/Archetypal experiences. A short experiential session will follow the talk and then we will share and discuss the experiences.

Jim’s background in his own words: “My introduction to non-ordinary states of consciousness and transpersonal psychology began with a Near Death Experience at age 16 when my Karmann Ghia convertible hit an oil slick and flipped onto its roof. In college, as a member of the SDS, I was attracted to the beat poet, turned Trappist monk, turned war resister, Thomas Merton. Merton sent me a note — “READ JUNG AND LEARN TO MEDITATE." While in medical school in 1970, I was doing research at Massachusetts General Hospital on artificial intelligence (AI) simulations of psychiatric disorders; a lab friend gave me Stan Grof's LSD psychotherapy papers. They provided a Western framework for the non-dual experiences I was having while reading Krishnamurti’s The Only Revolution. Ayurveda, Yoga, Jyotish, psychopharmacology, and Holotropic Breathwork have remained my lifetime focus.”


November 2017 Meeting
Destined Meetings: Synchronicity and 
Archetypal Meaning in Therapy
Yvonne Smith Klitsner, PhD, MFT

The commonly experienced striking biographical parallels and uncannily shared dreams and images that occur in therapy are increasingly recognized as playing a potent role in the clinical process. These synchronicities with the seemingly random coming together of a patient with a therapist can help to constellate a numinous container for healing and transformation in both therapist and patient. One of the most remarkable categories of synchronicities in the clinical context comprises astrological factors—in particular, shared natal aspects, mutual connections between natal planets, interpersonally relevant transits, and significant correlations involving the chart of the first session. Case examples and astrological chart comparisons will be presented with both psychological and astrological analysis. Please join this discussion of the archetypal dynamics informing the therapeutic relationship and process.

Yvonne Smith Klitsner, PhD, MFT, is an advanced analytic candidate at the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco. She practices in San Francisco and Marin County, CA with both adults and couples. Yvonne has presented her integration of psychotherapy and astrology at several conferences including the" North-South Conference of Jungian Analysts and Candidates" and "Synchronicity, Matter and Psyche".


October 2017 Meeting

The Power of Metaphor to Connect with the Divine and Unlock Creative Genius
Kim Hermanson, PhD

Many of us make decisions and navigate through the world in a pre-verbal, metaphoric way. Whether it’s a career path, a place to live or a decision about who to marry, we will choose the one that “feels right”—the career that feels inspiring and expansive, the house that feels lighter, the person who brightens our spirits. These decisions were made through our body’s ability to metaphorically connect with universal creative energies that are much wiser than we are. Yet metaphor continues to be fundamentally misunderstood as a linguistic device. Metaphor is much, much more than that. At a deep level, metaphor shifts our vibratory energy, alters how we perceive the world, and aligns us with deep soul wisdom. Deeply working with metaphor is a direct path to mystical experience and connection with the Divine. Metaphor opens a potent way of knowing that we haven’t had access to in our culture.

Kim Hermanson, PhD is an author and transformative coach known for her skill in quickly shifting people out of spiritual and psychological difficulties into a place of profound beauty, healing and creative flow. She currently serves as adjunct faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute, and has taught at University of California Berkeley, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, and Esalen Institute. She is the author of Getting Messy: Taking Risks and Opening the Imagination and Sky’s the Limit: The Art of Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey. In addition to her own publications, she has co-authored book chapters and articles with New York Time bestselling author Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, author of Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience and other books.


September 2017 Meeting


Working with Dreams in an Era of Increasing Anxiety

a Presentation with

Laura St. Claire

***UPDATED: Due to an emergency, Jeremy Taylor is unable to attend the event. LAURA ST. CLAIREstudent of Jeremy Taylor and Certified Dream Worker, will be presenting.***

Whenever anyone shares a dream, those of us who are privileged to hear it have no choice but to imagine our own versions of the dreamer's original narrative. For this reason alone, all work exploring dreams is projective, whether or not the people involved acknowledge this consciously. Currently, we are all plunged into a collective situation that is unprecedented, and for that reason, among others, is an invitation to increasing anxiety and uncertainty. We will gather to discuss our dreams remembered from sleep with particular attention to the collective, archetypal, transpersonal energy patterns that help shape our dreams, as well as our waking lives.

Laura St. Claire is a certified as a Dream Worker through the Marin Institute for Projective Dream work (MIPD) by Dr. Jeremy Taylor, and a member of the Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD). She has completed the On-Line Facilitator training for the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Larger Fellowship (CLF), and served as a Unity Prayer Chaplin for three years. Like Charles Fillmore (one of the founders of the Unity Church), Laura believe dreams come from our own Department of Inner Vision. As a guest lecturer at San Francisco State University's Holistic Studies program, Laura has spread the word about the benefits, problem-solving and stress manageme nt tools dreams bring to our life. For over ten years, she has enjoyed working with people and groups of ages, from age four to eighty-plus! In addition, Laura has studied Dream Tending with Dr. Stephen Aizenstat, and Active Dreaming with Robert Moss. Laura also brings a love for and experience with Improv Theater to dream work. Dreams and Improv stay alive in the present tense. Dreams offer many creative actions one can take to bring dreams to waking life.


Laura St.Claire can be found at:


June 2017 Annual Picnic and Meeting

The Orphan: Alone Yet at One with Oneself in the World

Audrey Punnett, PhD

     This presentation is based on Dr. Audrey Punnett’s book (2014), The Orphan: A Journey Towards WholenessThe lecture will focus on the experience of being alone and being at one with oneself in the world.  The journey toward wholeness is accomplished by paying attention to the archetypal images that come to us through dreams, active imagination and making time for imagining.  Dr. Punnett will use excerpts from her book to illustrate the connection between psyche and spirit through the archetypal image of the orphan. 

     Audrey Punnett, PhD, is a licensed psychologist, and holds diplomas in child, adolescent and adult analysis from the C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich. She is a member of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco where she is past chair of the Infant, Child & Adolescent Training Committee (iCAT). Dr. Punnett is a registered play therapist, supervisor (RPT-S) and teaching member (CST-T) of Sandplay Therapists of America (STA) and International Society for Sandplay Therapy (ISST). She is the past president of the board of trustees of STA. Dr. Punnett has published in peer-reviewed Journals and she teaches nationally and internationally.  Her book, The Orphan: A Journey Towards Wholeness was published by Fisher King Press (  An edited volume, Jungian Child Analysis, will be published this fall.  Dr. Punnett is an Associate Clinical Professor, UCSF-Fresno, Department of Psychiatry, and maintains a private practice in Fresno, California.


April 2017 Meeting


April Meeting – April 9 12, 2016 from 2-5 PM
at the APC-SF Library
2411 Octavia Street #1
San Francisco, CA 94109

(Located near the south corner of Broadway and Octavia Street)

Active Imagination, Shamanic Journeying and Ally Work


Carol McRae, Jungian Analyst

Carol will give a description of active imagination and shamanic journeying and the specific development within the overlap of these two realms of Ally Work, a form of journeying-active imagination described in a book by Denver Jungian Analyst Jeff Raff, “The Practice of Ally Work”.  Carol will lead the group in several experiential exercises to give the group an experience of this work.  Carol will drum as the group journeys.  The group will pay attention to how each individual prepares for the journey and what the various experiences are in it to give a sense of the variety possible in this form of active imagination and its deep connection to the wisdom of our souls


Carol McRae is a Jungian Analyst with the Jung Institute of San Francisco and in private practice in San Francisco and Fairfax.  She teaches in the public and public professional programs as well as for the interns and candidates at the Institute.  Her teaching usually centers around Ally work, active imagination, non-rational modes of work in analysis and shamanic and Jungian overlaps with each other.  She also is part of a group of analysts teaching Jungian perspectives on environmental concerns and climate change.  She is and has been on many of the committees at the Institute.  At present she is Chair of Admissions for the candidate training program. 


March 2017 Meeting


March Meeting – March 12, 2016 from 2-5 PM
at the APC-SF Library
2411 Octavia Street #1
San Francisco, CA 94109

(Located near the south corner of Broadway and Octavia Street)

The Mystery Rites of Dionysus


Frances Hatfield, PhD, LMFT

Artifacts of rites and symbols belonging to the god Dionysus extend back into the sixth millennium BCE, and forward into the first centuries of the current era. Evidence suggests that his worship was entwined with that of the primordial Great Goddess, and many ancient writers testified to the close correspondence between Dionysian mysteries and those of the Egyptian Osiris. Well into classical times and beyond, his rites promised to teach initiates that death was not a curse but a blessing.  In this presentation we will explore these connections and others in their relevance for understanding our own processes of initiation and individuation, in which we approach functional immortality by means of our conscious suffering, experiences of ecstasy, and personal encounter with the Divine. 

Frances Hatfield, PhD, LMFT, is a poet and an analyst member of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, where she has taught in the Training and Extended Education Programs. She also teaches "Poetry Alchemy" with poet Joan Logghe at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico. Her first book of poems, Rudiments of Flight, won the 2014 Gradiva Award for Poetry from the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. She has a private practice in Santa Cruz. 


February 2017 Meeting


SF-APC and Herchurch, San Francisco are proud 
to co-sponsor the following special event.
Matthew Fox presents 
"Sins of the Spirit, Blessings of the Flesh: 
Transforming Evil in Soul and Society"

February 12, 2017 from 1:30pm - 5:00 PM
aEbenezer Lutheran Church - Herchurch
678 Portola Drive
San Francisco, CA 94127

1:30 - 2:00pm: Music with Devi Vani and Jana Hutcheson
2:00 - 4:00pm: Matthew Fox Presentation
4:00 - 5:00pm: Book signing and piano performance with Helen Mendenhall


     Please join The Analytical Psychology Club of San Francisco and Herchurch for a remarkable afternoon of music and conversation with

speaker Matthew Fox. Fox will be presenting on his book "Sins of the Spirit, Blessings of the Flesh: Transforming Evil in Soul and Society".

      This work "challenges traditional perceptions of good and evil by offering a new theology that lays the groundwork for a more enlightened treatment of ourselves, one another, and all of nature". The book, with a forward by Deepak Chopra, illustrates Fox's vision that the flesh, contrary to mainstream church doctrine, is the sacred grounding of the spirit. By blending the wisdoms of East and West, presenting commentary on the seven chakras and crafting a blueprint for social change, Fox points the way to live while eloquently revealing the means to confront evil both within and without.  
-From the back cover. 

      Matthew Fox, internationally acclaimed theologian and spiritual maverick, has spent the past forty years revolutionizing Christian theology by challenging the religious patriarchy. His vision of a creation-centered spirituality advocates for compassion, for justice and for a re-sacralizing of the earth. He has written more than thirty books, which have sold over 1.5 million copies translated into fifty-nine languages. 

      Originally a Catholic priest, Fox was expelled from the Dominican order for his revolutionary views of liberation theology and creation spirituality. He went on to found and reinvent graduate school education programs for masters and doctor of ministry students and programs for inner city youth by putting creativity first. In 1976 he founded the Institute in Culture and Creation Spirituality in Chicago, Illinois, which he later moved to Holy Names College in Oakland. After this program disbanded, he founded the University of Creation Spirituality which operated for nine years. 

      Fox is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Gandhi-King-Ikeda Peace Award, the Humanities Award of the Sufi International Association of Sufism, the Tikkun Ethics Award, and the Courage of Conscience Award from the Peace Abbey of Sherbourn, Massachusetts. Other recipients of this award include the Dalai Lama, Mother Teresa, Ernesto Cardinal, and Rosa Parks. Fox is currently a visiting scholar at the Academy of the Love of Learning in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and lives in Oakland, California. His website is:

Please note that this event is free for members of the Analytical Psychology Club of San Francisco. There is a suggested door donation of $10.00 for other attendees.


November Meeting – November 13, 2016 from 2-5 PM
at the APC-SF Library
2411 Octavia Street #1
San Francisco, CA 94109

(Located near the south corner of Broadway and Octavia Street)

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A Presentation on Fairy Tales


Frances Slocumb, Ph.D.

 From Frances,

Reading and interpreting fairy tales, so central to Jung and early Jungians, seems to have vanished.  I welcome the opportunity to revisit this rich ground with you.  Fairy tales mirror deep truths about the general human condition, reflecting essential archetypal bare-bones structures of the psyche.  Exposure to fairy tales has a mysteriously healing effect, seemingly beyond words and cognition.  Familiarity with fairy tales can bring deeper empathy, tolerance, and appreciation not only for ourselves and our own complexes, but for individuals and groups from diverse backgrounds, lifestyles and cultures.  While interpretation of a tale is usually a major opus, we will enter the process together and see where it takes us in our three hours together.  If you wish to prepare, read yourself a Grimm's tale or two at bedtime, and/or bring along your favorite fairy tale from childhood.  Together we'll enter the long ago and far away............

Frances Gilliam Slocumb, Ph.D., Research Psychoanalyst, was certified as a Jungian Analyst in Zurich in 1986.  An analyst member of the Jung Institute of San Francisco and The InterRegional Society of Jungian Analysts, where she teaches and supervises, she is in private practice in Berkeley, Ca.  A tenured professor in Virginia, she has also served on the faculty of clinical and organizational psychology doctoral programs in California.  She presents lectures and workshops nationally and internationally on various aspects/stories of the multifaceted goddess Iris: psychopomp, bridge, rainbow, the only goddess who cares about humans, also imaged as Lady Alchemy, the subtle body, and feminine spirit.  Having written a thesis in 1972 on neurofeedback, she enjoys her continuing study of neuroscience.  In addition she served for many years on the American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis.  


Prior Programs 2016

February 28, 2016: "The Gods at Play: Archetypes and the Arts in the Light of Synchronicity and Astrology"
Presented by Richard Tarnas

Prior Programs 2015

November 8, 2015: "Dreamwork through an Existential Lens"
Presented by Greg Bogart, PhD, LMFT

October 18, 2015: “Stress and Jungian Psychology'”
Presented by Lera Welch 

September 13, 2015: An Experiential Workshop with Hal Childs

April 12, 2015: "Light at the Door: Healing through the Liminal Space of Creative Art."
Presented by James Eyerman, MD 

March 8, 2015:  Reading Rilke:  Selections from the "Duino Elegies."
Presented by Fred McEnroe  

February 8, 2015:  "Mary Magdalene and The Sacred Feminine"                                        
A talk by Dr. Beverly Allen

January 11, 2015: “APC-SF 75th Anniversary Celebration”

Prior Programs 2014

November 9, 2014: “The Constant Gardener”
presented by Frances McCormack

October 19, 2014: “Visionary Dreams about the Future”
presented by Meredith Sabini, Ph.D. (in Berkeley)

September 13, 2014: “Sacred Selfishness: The Value of 'No'”
presented by Hal Childs, Ph.D., MFT

Prior Programs 2013

(unless otherwise noted, all meetings begin at 2PM)
Both members and non-members are invited.  A donation of $10.00 for non-members is requested.

[Usually 2nd Sunday each month, 2pm to 5 pm

Sunday, October 6, 2013: 
BOOK — "Hard to Get: Twenty-Something Women and the
Paradox of Sexual Freedom"

presented by Leslie Bell, MSW, Ph.D.

Sunday, November 10, 2013: 
BOOK — "The Soul's Ministrations: An Imaginal
Journey Through Crisis"
presented by Marianne Tauber, Ph.D.

Sunday, January 12, 2014: “APC-SF 74th Anniversary Celebration”

Sunday, February 9, 2014:

"The Wounded-Healer: An Experiential Process”
presented by Hal Childs, Ph.D., MFT

Sunday, March 9, 2014: 
 “Dreamwork in Holistic Psychotherapy of Depression
presented by Greg Bogart, Ph.D., MFT