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Forgiveness – A Jungian Approach

Forgiveness – A Jungian Approach Presented by Renee M. Cunningham, MFT Saturday, February 4, 2023 9am to 12pm (via Zoom) Fee: $35 (members); $45 (non-members); $20 (FT Students) 3 MulEcultural CEUs are available ($20 addiEonal fee)*


Learning Objectives: 1. Learn the definition of forgiveness from Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish and Christian traditions. 2. Learn the definition of forgiveness from a Jungian (phenomenological) point of view. 3. Understand the definition of soul and the soul!s role in the process of forgiveness.


Renee Cunningham is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist living and working in Scottsdale, Arizona. Renee has been a therapist for thirty years and is a Diplomate Jungian Analyst trained through the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts (IRSJA), Texas Chapter. Renee is an internaEonal speaker and a training and supervising analyst in the IRSJA. She is the author of Archetypal Nonviolence, Jung, King and Culture Through the Eyes of Selma, Routledge PublicaEons, 2020.


*Registration Notes: • You do not need to have a PayPal account to pay your registraEon fee. When directed to PayPal by Eventbrite, simply ignore the bu^on to log in and proceed to pay as a guest. • RegistraEons cannot be accepted ader 6:00 pm on Friday, February 3. There are no excepEons. • The Zoom link will be emailed to parEcipants with their receipt from Eventbrite. Please save this in a safe place. • CEUs are provided from Co^onwood de Tucson for AZ Licensed Professionals only This is an educational event sponsored by SOUTHERN ARIZONA FRIENDS OF JUNG www.safoj.org • safojannouncements@gmail.com

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