PAST EVENTS with Bonnie Bright
January-March 2017: EARTH, CLIMATE DREAMS: Depth Psychological Reflections in the Age of the AnthropoceneSymposium —Recordings Now Available for Purchase! Click here to see how to access the video interviews, the written transcripts, or both!
December 12 & 13, 2016: "Jungian Psychology & Archetypes" and"The Enneagram—Psychological Personality Typologies as Archetypes"—Online lectures for Hamburg Media School, Neuromarketing Program
December 3, 2016: Online Authors Panel, Depth Psychology & the Digital Age: PANELISTS: Sharon Heath, Eva Rider, Steve Wood
November 29, 2016: Online Authors Panel, Depth Psychology & the Digital Age: PANELISTS: Robert Romanyshyn, Drew Thomas Foley, Priscilla Hobbs
July 17-20, 2016: Presenting at the"Ancient Wisdom, Modern Science" free online summit
April 21-24, 2016: Periscope broadcasts live from Pacifica Graduate Institute's 40th Anniversary Conference, Climates of Change and the Therapy of Ideas"
April 11, 2016: Earth, Climate, Dreams—Online Panel & Community Conversation - panelists include Bonnie Bright PhD, Jeff Kiehl PhD, Susannah Benson PhD, Sally Gillespie PhD, Jonathan Marshall PhD, and Linda Buzzell, MA
April 6, 2016: "Jungian Psychology, Archetypes, and the Enneagram"—Online lecture for Hamburg Media School, Neuromarketing Program
February 22, 2016: "The Language of Trauma"—Live video conversation with Jungian Michael Conforti, PhD, and Bonnie Bright via Depth Psychology Alliance
February 2, 2016: "Persephone Rising"—Live video conversation with Carol Pearson, PhD, and Bonnie Bright via Depth Psychology Alliance
January 6-27, 2016: "Cultivating a Poetic Sensibility in a Wired World: A 4-week Interactive Course"—online with depth psychologist Robert Romanyshyn and poet Brian Tracy. Open to the public.
January 28-31, 2016: Mistress of Ceremonies, "Vocation and Service, a Journey of the Soul"—Second Annual "Coming Home" Celebration, Pacifica Graduate Institute, 2016
December 11, 2015: Navigating & Coping: Creating Community in Epic Changing Times —Online gathering hosted by Depth Psychology Alliance
December 5, 2015: Panelist, "The Souls of White Folk: A Community Discussion on the Archetypal Roots of the Trauma of Racism in America," hosted by Depth Psychology Alliance
December 2, 2015: Co-host of Depth Psychology Alliance Online Town Hall meeting
September 22: Panelist and host of DroughtAction: A Exploration of Drought along with Willi Paul of PlanetShifter.com, Linda Buzzell, Craig Chalquist and Jeffrey Kiehl. Free Public Webinar, Panel Discussion, and Community Conversation that looks at this ecological plight. Submit your art, poetry, essay, interview or multimedia contribution for our online showcase. Select contributors will be invited to present their work during the live events.
July 30, 2015: Webinar Presentation: "Sociocultural Ramifications of the Creative: The Art of Social Media Engagement," for the Certificate Program, "Patterns of the Creative Unconscious: An Inter-disciplinary Study of the Creative from an Archetypal Perspective"—Assisi Institute
July 2015: 4-episode Weekly "Dinner & Depth" Series in the free online community, Depth Psychology Alliance. Bonnie Bright in conversation with various guests, with open phone lines for discussion after the presentation.
June 20, 2015—"What is Depth Psychology—Now and in the Future?" —Bonnie Bright, Ph.D. and board members of Depth Psychology Alliance for this ongoing online conversation/panel discussion
May/June 2015 —4-webinar series," Jung, Alchemy and the Tree of Life: Bridging Spirit and Matter"~Eva Rider, MA, MFT, facilitated by Bonnie Bright.
6/5/15—Presentation: "Ecostalgia: Storienting the Displaced Psyche" by Bonnie Bright, at the Conference—Seizing an Alternative: Toward an Ecological Civilization, Pomona, CA. Some detailsin this press release from Pacifica Graduate Institute Alumni Association
Synopsis: The ecological and environmental destruction of homeplaces is increasingly resulting in a tremendous displacement of both individuals and communities, echoing the profound displacement that has occurred in the modern western psyche as it perceives itself ever more separate from nature. Our modern transient mindset, lacking rootedness and connection to place, has left us disoriented and struggling to make meaning, thus engendering ecostalgia, the profound longing for a spiritual homeplace that can sustain us. This loss of soul can be mitigated through the power of myth and story which allows us to ritually enter into a realm of engagement and understanding of both the planetary and personal crises we all face, orienting us toward home.
DETAILS in this press release from Pacifica Graduate Institute Alumni Association
>View the CONFERENCE SITE
5/9/15—"What is Depth Psychology?"—online panel discussion with board members of Depth Psychology Alliance. (Audio recording available)
4/8/15-4/22/15—3-Webinar Series: "Conversations between a Psychologist and a Poet: The Healing Power of Language"- Robert Romanyshyn, PhD and poet Brian Tracy with Bonnie Bright, moderator—3 Wednesdays in April
2/5/15—Webinar: "Conversations between a Psychologist and a Poet: The Healing Power of Language"- Robert Romanyshyn, PhD and poet Brian Tracy with Bonnie Bright, moderator
12/12/14—Culture Collapse Disorder: Ecopsychopathy, Exile, and the End of "Home"—Oral Dissertation Defense at Pacifica Graduate Institute
9/12-14/2014—Bonnie Bright serves as co-Master-of-Ceremonies at the Synchronicity Symposium in Joshua Tree, CA
8-22 thru 9/18, 2014—6-week webinar course in Applied Mythology with Craig Chalquist on Depth Psychology Alliance hosted by Bonnie Bright
5/10/13 05/10/13 -- Bonnie Bright interviewed on "Patterns We Live By" radio hosted by Dr. Michael Conforti as they discuss Jungian psychology and the underlying patterns at work in our current culture (30 mins)
2/1/12 Depth Psychology Alliance Meetup & Speaker Evening in the SF Bay Area: Ancestral Healing with Featured Speaker, Daniel Foor, PhD, MFT
4-week FREE teleseminar: "The War of the Gods in Addiction" with Jungian David Schoen; moderated by Bonnie Bright. Runs January 9th through 30th.
12/27/12 SECOND FREE Teleseminar Thursday, December 27: "Beyond Horror and Hope (PART 2): The Archetypal Intersection of Innocence and Evil," a depth psychological look at the Sandy Hook Connecticut school shooting by Jungian Analyst Michael Conforti, Ph.D., moderated by Bonnie Bright, M.A.
12/20/12 - FREE Teleseminar: "Beyond Horror and Hope: The Archetypal Intersection of Innocence and Evil," an exploratory conversation in response to the Sandy Hook Connecticut school shooting by Jungian Analyst Michael Conforti, Ph.D., moderated by Bonnie Bright, M.A.
8/18/12 San Francisco Bay Area Alliance Meetup: Craig Chalquist presents "EarthRise: A Beacon for a New Worldview" - Refreshments, commmunity, learning.
8/10/12 Presentation at JSSS (Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies) in New Orleans, August 8-11, 2012. >More info
7/28/12 San Francisco Bay Area Alliance Meetup: Book Celebration and Author Event,"Marked by Fire: Stories of the Jungian Way" with Jungian Analysts Patricia Damery and Naomi Ruth Lowinsky. Pre-registration required.
7/16/12: Archetypal Personality Patterns: Special presentation at the 24th Annual Assisi Conference, an interdiscplinary gathering on Arts, Archetypes, and the Transcendent The conference, Assisi Italy. >More info
6/2/12: Panel moderator on Transformation at the Climate Change Forum in Portland, OR, June 1-3, in conjunction with Deep Democracy Institute International (led by Jungians & climate scientists among others) >Download a PDF flyer >More info
3/23/12: San Francisco Bay Area Meetup and Speaker Evening for Depth Psychology Alliance featuring speaker Gary Bobroff, M.A.; hosted by Bonnie Bright
3/23/12: Interview: Bonnie Bright with Radio Show Host Jenny Sieck on Inner Voice Intuitive Hour discussing Depth Psychology Alliance, the free online Book Club, and more.
7/14/11: Assisi Institute's 23rd Annual Conference "Transcendent Wonder: Peering Beyond the Veil" featured Jungian James Hollis and Michael Conforti (founder of Assisi Institute) along with Bonnie Bright, and artist Makoto Fujimura in Assisi, Italy, July 2011.
7/14/11: Audio presentation at JFK University, Pleasant Hill, CA, of "Between Honey & Pain: Colony Collapse Disorder and the Colonization of the Wild" (based on the anthology "Rebearths: Conversations with a World Ensouled" approx 22 mins)