The Jung Center

The Fundamentals of Bohmian Dialogue

Saturday, Sep. 24, 2016 – Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016

09:30 AM – 11:30 AM


Saturdays, Sep 24 - Oct 22, 9:30 am-11:30 am

Practice the essential processes advocated by theoretical physicist David Bohm that underlie the resolution of conflict and development of group coherence.

In this series, each session will include a brief description of one of Bohm's dialogue fundamentals (not previously presented in courses at The Jung Center) followed by a dialogue session to put that fundamental into participants' repertoire. These fundamentals not only lead to greater effectiveness of a dialogue, but also underlie effective communication within our families, social groups, and organizations

Recommended reading: "On Dialogue," David Bohm

About the Class

Beth Macy, PhD, is an organizational consultant who has worked extensively in public and mental health as well as in large corporations. A student of Jung's work for many years, she focuses on the application of archetypal patterns in coaching leaders and in resolving workplace problems. She has been a facilitator of the Bohmian dialogue process for more than 20 years and is currently completing a book on the process.

Carroll Campion Prasad, LPC, has a private practice and works as a master trainer at the Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD. She is passionate about teaching community members to become gatekeepers of hope for those struggling with suicide, as well as decreasing the stigma of mental illness by bringing the subject into the light. She graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Master’s of counseling and an educational specialist degree.

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