The Greek myths teem with romances and love stories and, unlike many fairy tales, they often have tragic endings. The myth of Psyche and Eros uniquely takes us on the journey from falling in love to a deeper understanding of loving oneself and the other through individuation and transformation. In this workshop we will explore the dynamics of romance, love and addiction, and a possible passage of transforming our selves and our relationships by mastering the challenges inherent in these powerful states. We will be working with narrative and dramatic elements, metaphor and mindful process – and maybe we will also solve a final riddle embedded in this myth. Pre-registration is strongly recommended for all T & H workshops. Call 505-467-6807 to register.
Gabrielle Tatha Viethen, M.A., M.F.A., LMFT, CC, is a psychotherapist in private practice and a member of SWC’s faculty. She has completed an M.F.A. in Creative Writing and is currently writing a novel and essays on Greek myths