April 2014 Program


Gretchen Heyer    Jungian Analyst

Friday, April 25, 2014  7:30- 9:30 pm

Lecture: Poetry & Psyche

Saturday, April 26, 2014  10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Workshop: Poetry & Psyche

 Location:  Olin T. Binkley Memorial Baptist Church,



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May 2014 Program


Sondra VanSant, LPC

Sunday, May 4, 2014  3:00- 5:00 pm

Lecture: Myers Briggs Type Indicator: Step III 

Location:  Chapel Hill Public Library,

Sondra VanSant, LPC, CCMHC (ret) has worked with individuals, couples, families, and corporate groups as a clinical mental health and career counselor, maintaining a private practice in Chapel Hill for over 25 years. She has served on qualifying faculties in the US, New Zealand, and Canada for use of the MBTI® Steps I and II and currently teaches the certification course for the MBTI® Step IIITM. She has consulted and led workshops for clinical and corporate groups nationally and internationally and was adjunct faculty for many years with an executive leadership program at UNC-Chapel Hill as well as a career counselor for USA Today’s online edition. She is also a charter member of the Triangle C.G. Jung Society.

Sondra is the author of Wired for Conflict, The Role of Personality in Resolving Differences and co-author with Diane Payne of Great Minds Don’t Think Alike:. Success for Students through the Application of Psychological Type in Schools.

To quote C.G. Jung:

"…one can never give a description of a type, no matter how complete, that would apply to more than one individual, despite the fact that in some ways it aptly characterizes thousands of others. Conformity is one side of man, uniqueness is the other. Classification does not explain the individual psyche…."

Yet using psychological type to understand and help people develop toward individuation was important to both Carl Jung and Isabel Myers (who developed the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®). A typology question for both was "How effectively is a person actually functioning with his or her type?

Using the concept of type development as part of the individuation process over the lifespan, this salon will introduce how this new instrument indicates for people their strengths as well as areas still needing development. The language is specific and behavioral based without putting people on the defensive. The report is so individualized that it is highly unlikely any two individuals will ever get the same report, and specific suggestions are given to further an individual’s effectiveness.

 “Good Development means that you are anchored in your type, but not stuck in it.

                                                                                --Wayne Mitchell, Step III researcher 


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Jung Society Movie & Discussion Night

Join us for April Jung Society Movie & Discussion Night

MONDAY, April 28,  2014 7:30PM

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Flawless:  This is a 1999 film starring Philip Seymour Hoffman as a transvestitie struggling with his relationships and his life, and Robert DeNiro as a tough ex-New York City cop learning to live in the aftermath of a stroke.  Hoffman and DeNiro are neighbors in a NYC apartment building, and they begin to find a sort of tenuous common ground.  Flawless is a beautiful film with two stunning performances about the overwhelming human need to live an honest life while still being connected to others. 

Location:  Lee and Terry Lawrence’s home Kinsale Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27517. For directions, call 919 604-0427.


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