Thursday, March 1, 2012

Lover and More: the Toni Wolff Story



a lecture by Lucy Sikes
hosted by the C.G. Jung Society of Colorado

What does Toni Wolff have in common with Madam Curie? With Georgia O’Keeffe?  During an informative evening, participants will learn recently published secrets about the life of early Jungian analyst, Toni Wolff. Are these actually secrets?  When the book Four Eternal Women: Toni Wolff Revisited—A Study in Opposites (Mary Dian Molton and Lucy Anne Sikes) went to press in  early 2011, no authoritative biography of Toni Wolff had been published. There were some chapters on her in other books, but they did not have the breadth or depth of research that Molton and Sikes have accomplished.

For too long, Toni Wolff’s contributions were kept in shadow. The open secret of her relationship with C.G. Jung was generally known but not discussed at the first Jung Institute. This lecture will present Toni Wolff’s story. At the same time her unique contribution of Feminine Typology, as well as her contributions to Jung’s typology, will be presented in vivid stories.

Lucy Anne Sikes, MS, ARNP, is a senior Diplomate Jungian Analyst. After attending the University of Arizona, Tucson, she moved to Denver to pursue her profession as a Psychiatric Nurse Specialist. During this time, she entered analytic training with the Denver group of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysis. She is currently in private practice in Prairie Village, Kansas. Her first book, co-authored with Mary Dian Molton, is Four Eternal Women: Toni Wolff Revisited-A Study in Opposites.

Date & Time: March 30th, 2012 at 7 p.m.
Location: First Divine Science Church, 14th Ave. and Williams St. Denver, CO, 80292
Cost: free to members, $15 at the door, $10 students and seniors

For more information contact:
C.G. Jung Society of Colorado
1776 S. Jackson #203,
Denver, CO 80210
303-575-1055
email: info@jungsocietyofcolorado.org


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