Tracking the Wild Woman Archetype: A process to becoming a whole in-divisible woman
Join Dr. Stacey Shelby, PhD in Depth Psychology, and registered clinical counsellor, as she draws for her new book, Tracking the Wild Woman Archetype: A Process to Becoming a Whole In-Divisible Woman, to discuss into the role of struggling in relationships... and how that can support the Jungian process of individuation (a movement towards wholeness) within the psyche. She'll explore how dreams, mythology, anecdote, and alchemy were used as part of the research methodology guiding her book and the psychological process.
During this helpful session, you'll discover:
- A description of the Jungian process of individuation & how it applies to wholeness
- The value of struggling within romantic relationship
- How dreams are used from a depth psychology orientation to guide the individuation process
Stacey Shelby, Ph.D., is an author, speaker and depth psychotherapist. She is also a Registered Clinical Counselor (RCC) in Canada, a certified clinical dream tender, and she has studied in shamanic and yoga traditions. She holds a masters and Ph.D. in Depth Psychology with a specialization in Jungian and Archetypal Studies.
Dr. Shelby has a thriving clinical practice in Squamish, British Columbia, where she works with adults in various stages of personal transformation in person and via internet. She is gifted at working with the symbolic language of the soul and she is dedicated to honoring the soul as it presents in the lived experience of daily life.
Her 2018 publication by Chiron Publications titled, Tracking the Wild Woman Archetype: A Guide to Becoming a Whole In-Divisible Woman, is a depth psychologoical exploration of the how the struggle with relationship can be the catalyst that supports the individutaion process. Individuation is a Jungian psychological concept of moving toward greater wholeness within onesself. The book uses dreams, mythology, anecdote, and alchemy as part of the research methodology to guide the transformation.