The blog does not seem to have any information to sign up for any of the workshops. No phone number, no email contact, etc. I have tried to contact people by email, but not responses. Please advise.

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Hi Luis,

Pre-registration for the workshops is not necessary.  If you come to the designated place at the date and time listed, the admission fee is collected at the door.  If you are a professional looking for continuing education units, you can contact me by sending a private message to my inbox on the site, and I will get you the information that you require.

You will find a button marked "message" at the bottom of this reply which you can use to send a message to me.

I hope you enjoy the site.

Scott Baird


I'm with Luis on this one.  Could not see how to coordinate action with this website.  I am interested the Carol Pearson workshop.  I am also a LPC, license number 3197, and would love to CU hours for this event.

So, all I have to do is show up?  I can do that.

Rande Howell

Info re signing up for workshops?


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JUTTA VON BUCHHOLTZ, Ph.D., is a Zürich trained Jungian Analyst. She is also an L.P.C. and has a private practice in Birmingham, Alabama. Her Ph.D. in medieval literature from Vanderbilt University is particularly helpful as she applies it to her Jungian understanding of myths, legends and fairy tales in her work with clients. 

Dr. von Buchholtz is part of the core faculty of both the New Orleans and Memphis-Atlanta IRSJA training seminars. She gives lectures, conducts retreats and workshops in the U.S.A. and occasionally at ISAP in Zürich.

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