Myth, Symbol and Archetype at Christmas…and a Transactional Analysis way of getting through.
17 December 2016, 5.00pm - 6.45pm
A bit like how the living room looks after everyone has opened their presents, this evening seminar is intended to be full of colour, interest, mild disorder and will end with everybody helping to clear up!
The evening will be divided into three distinct areas of interest:
1. Christmas and its Archetypes. We will spend some time spotting the Jungian themes in the Christmas narrative and looking for deep meaning in how Christmas appears today.
2. The myth of St Nicholas. Many of us will know or know echoes of the myths and tales of St Nicholas. We will spend some time looking at the original St Nicholas and the myths that surround him – and how these may be relevant to our yearning Child ego states!
3. Cornered at Christmas. We will spend some time looking at our Holiday Season driver behaviour and stroke economy – and seeing if we can offer ourselves some relief.
If all of this fails then there will be glasses of mulled wine available– or soft drinks if you prefer. Come and celebrate with The Horsforth Centre. How many shopping days left?
About the seminars
The range of free evening seminars - held once a month on a Saturday evening from 5.00pm til 6.45pm.
The seminars are an opportunity to meet and socialise with colleagues, network and gain CPD as we invite a speaker to come and share their ideas and enthusiasm about transactional analysis with us. Doors open from 5.00pm the seminar starts at 5.15pm for an hour and a half. All welcome, hot and cold drinks and snacks provided.
Attendees will be invited to consider how to apply the learning to their own professional setting as counsellor, psychotherapist, coach, professional or mental health worker.
How do I book?
The evening begins with drinks, snacks and networking with the seminar from 5.15pm lasting approx 90 mins and finishes at 6.45pm. Tickets are free but we ask that you reserve yourself a place by booking a ticket.
Dates for future free Evening Seminars: 7 Jan 2017, 11 Mar 2017, 20 May 2017, 10 June 2017, 8 July 2017