Desire and Intimate Earthquakes - Workshop
Saturday’s workshop will be focused on calling forth questions and comments from participants in group discussions. Case studies of couples and their psychology of marriage in addition to the use of fictional examples of tensions of love, desire and intimacy will be core to the day. For example, movie clips and readings from stories that are relevant to marriage will be integrated into the day.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Jane Eviemark-Smith is a Jungian Analyst and a Registered Psychotherapist who lives in Hamilton, Ontario. She is an Adjunct Faculty Member at Emmanuel College which is part of the Toronto School of Theology at the University of Toronto. Jane is also a Teaching Supervisor in the Clinical Pastoral Education stream within the Canadian Association of Spiritual Care. Within healthcare she serves as the Professional Practice Leader for the Spiritual and Supportive Care Department and is a member of the Wellness and Wellbeing Team within Trillium Health Partners based in Mississauga. Jane has a passionate interest in helping people reflect on their lives - whether that is working with healthcare professionals (in many new ways throughout the pandemic), in the analytic relationship, by viewing film critically, and, finally, she tries to learn by simply reflecting in all situations and relationships.
Jane is a member of the CAPT, CASC, ISPDI, IAAT, OAJA, and CRPO.