Date: Sep 8
Time: 1 – 5 pm
Location: The Jung Center, Houston, TX
Cost: $80 ($70 Jung Center members)
Instructors: Kelly Penrod, LCDC, and Michael Winters, PhD
Click here to see the Jung Houston page for this program.
What distinguishes an adequate relationship from one that is constantly growing and deepening? How can you guide your relationship to richer levels of meaning and purpose? How can each of us transcend our valid—but necessarily limited—individual perspectives to create a harmonious state of relational being?
Using theory and research on developing meaning in relationships, as well as examples drawn from their own relationship, Winters and Penrod will guide participants through meditations and other exercises to increase the meaning in their relationships. Individuals attending alone as well as those attending with a partner will benefit.
How to Register
You can register now via the JungHouston.org website.
If you prefer, you can call The Jung Center at 713.524.8253 to register for this event. You can also click here to download a registration form – fill it out and fax or mail it The Jung Center.
Michael Winters is a Psychologist in Houston focusing on marriage counseling and therapy. Michael received his PhD from the University of Memphis and has been practicing since 1991.