Date: Sat, Apr 6
Time: 10 am – 1 pm
Location: The Jung Center, Houston, TX
Cost: $60 ($50 Jung Center members)
Instructor: Michael Winters, Ph.D., Diplomate in Logotherapy
Click here to see the Jung Houston page for this class.
Is there a conflict between the spiritual life and material comfort? Major world religions caution against affluence, yet western culture encourages us to develop and maintain fiscal wealth. How do we find a balance? This workshop explores psychological, social, and spiritual perspectives on wealth and the goal of living a meaningful life. Existential psychology and philosophy provide valuable ideas about managing the tension between the divine and material. Lecture, meditation, and exercises will explore our complicated relationship with money – and how we can navigate the paradoxes it can create in our lives.
How to Register
You can register now via the Jung Center website here.
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.