On Saturday, March 10, 2012, from 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM CST, join an ongoing Jungian studies seminar and meet Saybrook faculty and students. The great psychiatrist Carl Jung believed that we must start with a deep understanding of ourselves if we want to make a lasting impact on our community and the world.
Honor your vocation and enrich your personal and professional life with a doctorate degree, master’s degree, or a professional certificate offered by Saybrook University’s highly original Jungian studies program. Held in partnership with The Jung Center of Houston, this innovative educational collaboration immerses students in the original thinking and writing of C.G. Jung, with a core focus on the twenty volumes of his Collected Works and contemporary Jungian and post Jungian scholarship, such as The Red Book.
Representatives from Saybrook University will be on hand to answer questions about admissions, financial aid, degree planning and beyond. To learn more and register, please RSVP HERE.
On Tuesday, March 6th, 2012, from 5:30 - 7:00 PM PST, join Saybrook Faculty to learn more about Human Science and Organizational Systems program offerings. Faculty will lead discussion on select topics prior to opening the floor to prospective student questions. Participants may attend in-person or via conference call.
Unbound by limiting, rigid theories, Human Science applies a human-centered and interdisciplinary approach to explore the question; what does it mean to be human in the 21st century? Human Science (HS) is a discipline rooted in the European scholarly tradition of qualitative theory. HS programs investigate issues that intersect between art, science and philosophy to discover how individuals and societies can improve their condition.
Organizational Systems programs are designed for students that want to contribute to emerging social needs for transformative, innovative, sustainable organizational and social change. Our goal is to produce graduates who become leaders in sustainable organizational changes all over the world.
Admissions representatives will also be in attendance to answer any questions you may have. To learn more and register, please RSVP HERE.
Psychology Making a Difference in Society Series
Bringing Together Psychoanalysts and Social Psychologists to Discuss Motivations for War.
The theme of this conference is inspired by a correspondence between Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud. In 1932 Einstein wrote to Freud and posed the question, Is war inevitable? (or more precisely “Is there any way of delivering mankind from the menace of war?”). Freud’s response to Einstein was published under the title, “Why War?” His answer was consistent with what was known at that time about human motivation and aggression. Our examination of this topic continues to be as vital to address today as it was then.