Carl G. Jung, renowned Swiss psychologist, wrote “we all walk in shoes too small for us.” As children, we’re often told we can be anything we want, but somehow, over the years, possibilities get eliminated. We tell ourselves I can’t do this or I’m not good at that or I’ll never be able to… and, when midlife rolls around, we’re limited by insecurities, self-doubt, and ruts. We stay in jobs we dislike, stagnate in dead relationships, or dream about what could have been. Guided by the work of Carl Jung, we’ll examine and challenge the stories we currently tell ourselves. Are you ready to try on some bigger shoes?
This is for you if you:
Are willing to look inside and examine your life
Would like to explore your own potential
Are intrigued by Jungian psychology
Victoria B. Saunders, Ph.D., has worked for the past 25 years as a professional facilitator, specializing in female identity development, strategic planning and executive coaching. Vicki has a Masters Degree in Jungian Studies from the Jung Institute in Houston and Saybrook University. She also earned a PhD in Organizational Systems from Saybrook and a Masters degree in Human Resources Development from George Washington University. Vicki has worked with Chrysalis in a variety of capacities for the last 17 years. She has facilitated strategic planning sessions, book groups, workshops, and extended programs dealing with consciousness, creativity, and women’s issues. She currently serves on the Chrysalis Faculty and Board, where she chairs the Programs and Development Committees. She is a Past President of the Board at Chrysalis.
Tuesdays, May 14-28
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