San Diego Friends of Jung to present talk in Del Mar

Join San Diego Friends of Jung in Del Mar for a presentation by LA clinical psychologist Steven J. Frank PhD.

His lecture “In the Valley of the Shadow of Death” will be held on Friday, Feb. 21, at 7:30 p.m. at The Winston School (215 9th St., Del Mar, CA 92014).

His personal encounter with cancer and a stem cell transplant is the source of his lecture. During this time of possible death he worked on himself using meditation, visualization, and active imagination to access his inner resources. He also derived meaning from the Jewish prayer, the Sh’ma, and Psalms 23 and 30.

Cost for non-members $20, students $17 email info@jungsandiego.com.

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