Jung intuited a spiritual longing in the background of addictive tendencies. He communicated this to Rolland H. who was caught in the depth of his alcoholism. Rolland was told he was hopeless to recover but Jung held out one possibility that history had recorded occasions where individuals had had numinous experiences that seemingly had transformative effects on the whole person. This became one of the early foundations of the 12 step movement that has to date healed many lives.
In this workshop we will explore this phenomenon, the roots of Jung’s influence and the practical application of these insights in addiction treatment today.
Saturday, November 14th, 2015
10:00am- 1:00pmCirque Lodge in Orem
777 N Palisade Drive
Orem, Utah 84097
This is a free event
Reserve here for a free lunch at Cirque:
About the Presenters
Burton Fullmer CMHC , CPWis a therapist in Private Practice in Salt Lake City and has studied for many years with Amy and Arnie Mindell in Process work.
Beverly Roesch, LCSW, SUDCis Clinical Director of Cirque Lodge and an instructor at the University of Utah Graduate School of Social Work Alcohol and Drug Certificate Program. Beverly has been a therapist working in residential substance abuse treatment for over 25 years.
Machiel Klerk, LMFTis Founding President of the Jung Society of Utah. Among other things, he has been working as an addiction counselor for several years. He works with the dreams of addicts.
All mental health professionals are eligible to receive three  complimentary CEs