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July 19–20, 2019
Rhinebeck, New York

Weekend with Dr. James Hollis

Join Dr James Hollis, internationally acclaimed Jungian analyst, on Friday evening and all day Saturday for stimulating lectures and discussion

Friday, July 19:
Missing the Mark: The Seven Deadly Sins Viewed through the Lens of Analytic Psychology

The word “sin” originally came from an archery term that meant “missing the target” and suggested that such errant aim arose more from inescapable human limitation than from malevolence. This program will explore these most human of experiences—pride, envy, gluttony, lust, anger, greed, sloth—through the lens of analytic psychology, and explore their causes, mechanisms, consequences, and challenges.

Saturday, July 20:
Portraits in Pathology

Given that “psychopathology” translates as “the expression of the suffering of the soul,” what are the generative forces that produce pathology? What are some examples of common pathologic states? What are our reflexive protections against pathology? What are the challenges of living in a pathogenic world, with a pathologized soul?


James Hollis, PhD, is a Zurich-trained Jungian analyst with a practice in Washington, DC, where he is also executive director of the Jung Society of Washington. He is the author of 14 books (with another forthcoming in 2018) that have been translated into 18 languages. An internationally acclaimed analyst, Dr. Hollis is former executive director of the Jung Educational Center of Houston and professor of Jungian studies at Saybrook University. He is vice president emeritus of the Philemon Foundation, and his books include The Eden Project: In Search of the Magical Other; Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life; Living a More Considered Life; The Middle Passage; Hauntings: Dispelling the Ghosts Who Run Our Lives; and Mythologems, What Matters Most, and his latest book, Living an Examined Life.