C.G. Jung Society, Seattle

Lee Roloff, Ph.D.

The Final Interlude: Living the 80s, 90s, and 100s to the fullest extent possible

Lecture: Friday, March 27, 2015, 7 to 9 p.m.
Good Shepherd Center, Room 202, 4649 Sunnyside Ave. North, Seattle  98103 (driving directions)
$15 members, $25 nonmembers

Chalquist photoLee will give verbal portraits of individuals living and who did live in the Final Interlude. All the cases presented will be of aging analysands and/or analysts who have asked for help and assistance in The Final Interlude.

An attempt to bridge research and analytical psychology, the presentation is based upon the work of Erik Erikson and his wife Joan Erikson in their publication up-dating the stages of life, The Life Cycle Completed. The admonition is not “prepare or die,” but “prepare, participate, and program the final days.”

Learning Objectives:

A native of California, Professor Lee Roloff earned his Doctorate of Philosophy degree from the University of Southern California with a study in aesthetics and performance. He has taught at the University of Vermont, Occidental College, and Southern Methodist University before accepting a position at Northwestern University. At Northwestern, in the Department of Performance Studies, he taught Performance Art, Archetypal and Psychological Approaches to Literature, Literature in the Therapeutic Setting, and seminars in creativity, creative imagination, and the performance of psyche in culture.

At the C.G.Jung Institute of Chicago, where he was a training analyst for twenty-five years, his teaching emphases have been upon archetypal approaches to myth and fairy tale, dream analysis, and the fundamentals of archetypal psychology. He is a member of the IAAP, and the C.G. Jung Institute of Seattle (formerly NPIAP).

Professor Roloff is the author of the award winning book, The Perception and Evocation of Literature, as well as articles and papers in literature and poetry therapy, the psychology of performance, psychological growth and development, and the psychological implications of a culture rooted in apartheid. He is a published poet and writer most recently commissioned by the Art Institute of Chicago to write a play based upon the lives of Alfred Stieglitz and Georgia O’Keeffe.

Programs presented by the C. G. Jung Society, Seattle (unless otherwise noted) have approved CEUs by the Washington Chapter National Association of Social Workers (NASW) for Licensed Social Workers, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists and Licensed Mental Health Counselors. Provider number is #1975- 157.

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Updated: 3 January 2015