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                       Congradulations: Charlene Henry ......                                       

                 We are pleased to announce that Charlene Henry, MSW, LCSW, co-founder and board

                     member of the C.G. Jung Society of Lafayette, Louisiana,  has completed her studies and 

                     earned her diploma as a Diplomate Jungian Analyst from The Centre for Research and

                     Study in Depth Psychology (according to C. G. Jung and Marie-Louise von Franz)  in

                     Zurich, Switzerland.                    

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                       In Memoriam:  Deanna Fouin ......
                       Deanna, one of the founders of our C. G. Jung Society and a beloved character in many

                    circles around Lafayette, died on December 19, 2018.  Deanna played many roles in her

                    lifetime: as a teacher, principal of a school, Mother General for the Most Holy Sacrament

                    Convent, counselor, and therapist.  In the background of all of these roles, was Deanna's

                    devotion to the psychology of C. G. Jung.  Deanna's sense of humor, her warm engaging

                    demeanor with all people and her lifetime of service to others will always be cherished

                    by those who knew her.  Rest in peace, dear friend.


                        In Memoriam:  Marion Woodman ...... 
                        Marion Woodman, well-known and much loved Jungian analyst died on July 9, 2018 in

                     London, Ontario.   She was 89.  Marion, because of her own personal work, brought to

                     the Jungian community her work with the Mind-Body Connection, particularly in relation

                     to eating disorders, addition, and perfectionism.  For those of us who were lucky enough

                     to experience her in a women's intensive workshop, she brought creativity, movement,

                     dance, and voice work to the fore in Jungian circles.  Rest In Peace.           


"The least of things with a meaning is worth more in life that the greatest

  of things without it."

                                                                                                                   -C.G. Jung-