*Regrettably, the lecture and workshop with Ed is cancelled. We understand that this may be disappointing, and we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
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We are devoted servants of healing, and the roots of our calling are in psyche, the soul, and that which serves and heals it. But in the evolution of civilization and especially our modern world and its beliefs and practices, both medicine and psychology have lost their souls.
What were the ancient origins of our callings as healers? What were the archetypal philosophy and practices of soul healing? How have we lost them such that much of modern healing has become mechanical, impersonal, medicated, and soulless? How can we restore essential conditions of soul, and the dignity and spiritual openings provided by suffering, to ourselves, our healing practices, and our world? Through lecture, discussion, and experiential exercises, we will seek together for the restoration of soul to our modern lives, professional practices, and world.
Edward Tick, Ph.D. is an archetypal psychotherapist, author, educator, international pilgrimage guide, and peace activist. He is on the board of the Western Massachusetts Jung Association. An expert on ancient Greece, the origins of medicine and psychotherapy, and healing the invisible wounds of war, his books The Practice of Dream Healing and War and the Soul are modern classics. His latest book is Soul Medicine: Healing Through Dream Incubation, Oracles, Visions, and Pilgrimage. Ed has pioneered archetypal and culturally based healing for over forty years. In addition to his private practice, Ed works in Greece, Viet Nam, Russia, Ukraine, and elsewhere, on holistic and spiritually based healing, the restoration of ancient practices, and soul-healing after war and violent trauma. He has guided 23 healing pilgrimages to Greece and 19 to Viet Nam. Author of eight previous books translated into several languages, Ed uses Greek and other ancient traditions extensively in healing, writing, and teaching.