Working with Dreams, an evening with George Trippe, Monday 3 September

We are thrilled to offer an evening with Jungian therapist George Trippe on working with dreams, understanding their hidden meaning. How do you make sense of that one third of your life where your unconscious is able to speak to you symbolically, with no interruptions from your ego?

The evening is on Monday 3 September at the Brookfield Centre for Spirituality, 139 Brookfield Road Kenmore Hills. The event is open to both men and women. Numbers are strictly limited to 20 people so bookings will be on a first in first served basis. The evening will commence at 6pm with a BYO dinner and will conclude by 9pm. The cost is by donation, an appropriate guide is from $30pp. Please bring cash with you.

Registration is essential – no walk ins are possible for this event. Please email admin@cfma.org.au to book.

About George
George has had a long interest in the dialogue between the psychology of Carl Jung and spirituality.  George works in private practice as a psychotherapist, counsellor, spiritual director and professional supervisor. He is also a gifted artist. George has over fifty years experience in inner work and has a specific passion for non-violent living, and has worked over these years with dreams and active imagination. George holds a PhD (Edith Cowan University). He was married to Shirley for 45 years, and widowed in 2009. He has three children and two grandchildren.

About Richard Fay

Richard is the CEO of the Centre for Men, has a background as a pastor and spent many years in the corporate sector. He has a masters in counselling and a diploma in ministry, and has a heart to champion men, women, marriages and families. Richard is married to his wife Judy and has three sons.

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