The M.A. in Psychology, Depth Psychology program sponsors a variety of depth-oriented events over the course of the year. The Public Programs in Depth Psychology are monthly seminars highlighting transformative and depth psychological work in areas such as psychology, mythology, art, religion and spirituality, cross-cultural indigenous practices, movement, performance, archeology, and clinical and therapeutic work. These seminars are open to the community. Continuing Education units are offered for therapists (BBSE), interns and students.
Depth Psychology Work in the World is held several times each year to explore how alumni and others bring depth psychology to the world of work. Alumni are active in the fields of teaching at the community college and college level, mental health services and delivery, group and workshop facilitation, writing and research, non-profit work, coaching, community activism, and community ritual.
Information meetings are held regularly throughout the year to provide information to prospective students on the Master's program, coursework, and prerequisites.
The annual Article Evening in May is a public recognition of the work of the program graduates in their Master's thesis work.
The program also sponsors public events such as student performances, poetry and literature readings, community rituals, art exhibits, and fund-raisers. Check the website for notices of these events.
Hear international mythologist Martin Shaw tell the tales of living myth on Sat March 5, 10 am - 1 pm in Warren Auditorium, Ives 101. Free admission. Co-sponsored by the Psychology & Spirituality Lecture Series.