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April 8 2017 Glenn Perry – Psychopathology and Healing in the Birth Chart

Psychopathology and Healing in the Birth Chart
April 8 2017, Workshop 1-5pm with Glenn Perry
Fort Mason, Bldg C, Rm 205

Registration:

NCGR MEMBERS $50

SPECIAL BONUS FOR EARLY BIRD REGISTRANTS:
For all Early Bird Registrants, there will be a raffle in which there will be three winners (you must be present to win). Two winners can choose from any of Glenn’s eight books listed here. A second raffle will award one winner his or her choice of any course at the Academy of AstroPsychology.

Join us as we welcome Dr. Glenn Perry for this Saturday workshop. Glenn is founder of the Academy of AstroPsychology, an online school that offers courses and training in psychological astrology.

In this workshop you’ll learn how to identify shadows, wounds, and complexes in the birth chart. For each sign of the zodiac, there is an associated pathology that tends to be symbolized by hard aspects to that sign’s ruling planet and/or house.

We will examine twelve charts that exemplify each pattern. These will include:
. Mars and Antisocial Personality;
. Venus and Borderline Pathology;
. Mercury and Obsessive Compulsive;
. the Sun and Narcissistic Disorders;
. Jupiter and Mania;
. Saturn and Depression;
. Uranus and Schizoid Personality;
. Neptune and Psychosis; and
. Pluto and Paranoia.

Additional highlights include:
. planetary defenses and compromise formations;
. tests and trials of yods, T-squares, and grand crosses;
· how developmental experiences are indicated by house configurations;
· helping clients with difficult aspects; and
· how a process of healing is built into the structure of the horoscope.

Glenn PerryGlenn Perry, Ph.D. is a professional astrologer and licensed psychotherapist in East Hampton, Connecticut. He received his doctorate in psychology from Saybrook Institute in San Francisco. He’s written eight books, including An Introduction to AstroPsychology, and is faculty member at the Nodoor Academy in Beijing China and AstroArt Astrology School in Istanbul, Turkey. Glenn is a board member and qualitative research advisor for ISAR. Visit his website at www.aaperry.com, or via email: glenn@aaperry.com

Early Bird Registration (ends midnight April 5):
NCGR Members: $40; Non-NCGR: $50

Registration (April 6 to event on April 8):
NCGR Members: $50; Non-NCGR: $60

Light refreshments provided.

Registration:

NCGR MEMBERS $50