Join us at the C.G. Jung Institute for a screening of "A Small Good Thing"!
Michelle Seligson, M. Ed., Jungian Analyst hosts a panel of Jungian analysts:
Pamela Blau, M.A., Richard Nicoletti, J.D, and Jason Smith, M.A.
The recently released documentary film, A Small Good Thing, tells the stories of several people living in the Berkshires region of Massachusetts who changed direction in their lives to live in a more authentic way. Their stories are primarily focused on the transformative power of the need to heed the call of the self, but there is also a strong emphasis on “place” and nature as the setting for personal growth.
The film is approximately 85 minutes in length. Following the film, three Jungian analysts will address the audience, share their thoughts about the film as well as personal experience making changes in life to reflect their own personal development and growth. Audience participation will be welcomed.
Cost: $60 4 MHC and NASW CEUs
C.G. Jung Institute-Boston is a Massachusetts and Federal tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1977, dedicated to the study and dissemination of the psychological theories and methods originated by Carl Gustav Jung. The Jung Institute is a gathering place for self-discovery and for the exploration of Jungian-oriented thoughts and ideas.