Jungian Theory Unmasked: 3 CE Hour Training
3 CEU awarded by Core Wellness, a Maryland Social Work Examiners approved CE sponsor. Our credits are accepted by the Maryland Boards of Psychology and Professional Counselors and Therapists as well as the social work boards of DC, Virginia, WV and Michigan.
Core Wellness, LLC is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0569. This course provides 3 Contact Hour Live Online credits.
Sponsored by: Core Wellness, LLC
Presented by: Dr. Sue Futeral, PhD, LCSW-C, C-EAT
Date: Sunday August 25, 2019
Time: 10:30 AM – 01:30 PM
From Paleolithic times to the present, people have used masks to add power and mystery to religious rituals, warfare, and entertainment. Masks are a universal cultural link being found in most nations all over the world.
Masks connect us through the commonality of the power of the human imagination. They form a silent language which is understood all over the world and which defines the essence of human
expressions and emotions at various levels- spiritual, religious, and material.
So, when a clinician examines and explores the uses of masks throughout history through a Jungian-psychoanalytic lens, the masks we wear represent our personas. The mask becomes a
representation of who we are- what or who is the image wearer projecting. But this also tell us what is on the inside of the mask!
Come explore your persona, shadow, anima and animus!
Via Live Interactive Webinar ONLY
Part 1: Foundations of the use of Masks
Part 2: Understanding Jungian psychoanalytic theory
Part 3: Making your mask
- Learn about why masks are used in various cultures since ancient times
- Learn about the use of masks for spiritual, ritual, decorative, protection, celebratory, self-expression and other purposes
- Learn about Jungian psychoanalytic theory
- Learn about archetypes, persona, masks and three clinical applications.
Overview of the role of Jungian Psychology and Archetypes
5 Techniques for Making Masks
Dr. Sue Futeral
Dr. Sue Futeral is a dynamic and experienced clinician who holds a masters and doctorate in social work. She is an experienced clinician who works for Baltimore County Public schools, specializing in Expressive Art Therapy, utilizing her engaging and creative techniques to make a profound impact on her client’s lives.