Pacifica Graduate Institute

Pacifica is an accredited graduate school with two campuses in Santa Barbara, California

The importance of symbol and metaphor in personal and cultural imagery or the recognition of the dynamic interplay between the natural world and the world of the human psyche—are articulated in all of the Institute's programs. At its core, Pacifica is rooted in its vision: animae mundi colendae gratia (for the sake of tending the soul of the world). Our learning environment and curriculum draws st

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05/08/2024

"The most basic example of Paleolithic cave art, found in every culture and location on the planet, is the human hand, either printed or stenciled on rock surfaces. In some ways that is a message of “I was here.” Some researchers, however, believe that our ancestors saw the cave wall as a boundary between this reality and another imaginal or spiritual reality. So the fact that the hand print is ubiquitous through all early human imagery shows us that deep-set need we have to make contact with the numinous. "
-Nicholas S. Literski, PH.D.

Read Part II of the interview here: https://bit.ly/4d4FDLE

Nicholas S. Literski holds a PhD in Depth Psychology with Emphasis in Jungian and Archetypal Studies from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Their research interests include depth psychological reflections on spirituality, Paleolithic cave art, ceremonial magic, sexual orientation, and gender identity.


05/07/2024

Join us for Pacifica Graduate Institute’s virtual experience day on Friday, June 14, 2024. We welcome you to dive deep and learn about our various degree programs in the tradition of Depth Psychology, informed by the teachings of C.G. Jung, Joseph Campbell, Marion Woodman, James Hillman, and others. Join here: https://bit.ly/44mMOev and embark on a journey of knowledge with presentations and conversations with our faculty and staff.

As Pacifica president, Dr. Leonie Mattison, Ed.D., MBA, has shared, “Our Pacifica Experience Days are a great way to discover your new learning community. Explore a rich array of degree programs, hear from world-renowned faculty, engage with our dedicated staff, and more. As Pacifica’s president, it is my delight, along with our Provost, to welcome your leadership, scholarship, creativity, and impact.”

Pacifica is an accredited graduate school offering master’s and doctoral degrees. The Institute has two beautiful campuses nestled between the foothills and the Pacific Ocean in Santa Barbara. All of Pacifica’s degree programs are offered through low-residential learning sessions that take into account vocational and life commitments.

You will enjoy a featured faculty presentation, program breakout sessions, and a Student Services panel. We hope you will consider applying to one of our academic programs using our free application link, and you may contact our Admissions Advisors at any time. Our admissions team is available to help you through every step of the application process. Enjoy the day!


05/06/2024

"Chauvet Cave is clearly a ritual setting, and the images were part of that ritual. I wanted to gain insight into what drives our spiritual needs, getting as early as possible before our modern traditions and trappings. Paleo Spirituality stems from that work, treating images as distinct others that we can work with using active imagination to re-enchant our world. There are animistic elements to this, but ultimately it is about finding the divine in our world, and discovering more useful ways to approach the divine. Some will remember the “paleo diet” of several years ago, where persons were supposed to eat in a way that the human body has evolved to handle food. Paleo Spirituality® is a somewhat similar approach, engaging the numinous in a way that our psyche has evolved." -Nicholas S. Literski, PH.D.

Read Part I of the interview here: https://bit.ly/49G2Cdh

Nicholas S. Literski holds a PhD in Depth Psychology with Emphasis in Jungian and Archetypal Studies from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Their research interests include depth psychological reflections on spirituality, Paleolithic cave art, ceremonial magic, sexual orientation, and gender identity.


05/05/2024

We've opened a second cohort for this highly demanded program. Register here: https://bit.ly/4aWW63c

This program offers an archetypal approach to understanding and working with fairy tales. In her 1970 book, The Interpretation of Fairy Tales, Marie-Louise von Franz describes fairy tales as ‘the purest and simplest expression of the collective unconscious psychic process … representing the archetypes in their simplest, barest and most concise form.’ We’ll use the Fairy-tale Heroine’s Journey as a framework for exploring the archetypal feminine in fairy tales and the ways in which these stories can illuminate the process of individuation.

Dr. Sharon Blackie is an award-winning writer, psychologist and mythologist. Her highly acclaimed books, courses, lectures and workshops are focused on reimagining women’s stories, and on the relevance of myth, fairy tales and folk traditions to the personal, cultural and environmental problems we face today.


05/04/2024

Register now! https://bit.ly/3UHQvIu

Drinking Deeply of Life: An Introduction to Mythological Studies
Hosted by M.A./Ph.D. Mythological Studies with Emphasis in Depth Psychology Program Faculty and the Office of Admissions
May 22nd 5:30-6:45 pm PST

All are welcome to this free webinar which will feature the Mythological Studies Core and Associate Core Faculty and a Myth Alumni representative, with support from a representative from Pacifica’s Admissions Team. All on the panel will share what excites them most about myth, and faculty will discuss how they approach the mythological topics that speak to them most in their teaching style and course offerings. Those in attendance will gain rich perspective on the diversity of histories, contemporary issues, and archetypal dimensions of myth the program has to offer.

Those who attend this webinar will also receive a free application for admission!


05/03/2024

Join us for Pacifica Graduate Institute’s virtual experience day on Friday, June 14, 2024. We welcome you to dive deep and learn about our various degree programs in the tradition of Depth Psychology, informed by the teachings of C.G. Jung, Joseph Campbell, Marion Woodman, James Hillman, and others. Join here: https://bit.ly/3Ur6yJ5 and embark on a journey of knowledge with presentations and conversations with our faculty and staff.

As Pacifica president, Dr. Leonie Mattison, Ed.D., MBA, has shared, “Our Pacifica Experience Days are a great way to discover your new learning community. Explore a rich array of degree programs, hear from world-renowned faculty, engage with our dedicated staff, and more. As Pacifica’s president, it is my delight, along with our Provost, to welcome your leadership, scholarship, creativity, and impact.”

Pacifica is an accredited graduate school offering master’s and doctoral degrees. The Institute has two beautiful campuses nestled between the foothills and the Pacific Ocean in Santa Barbara. All of Pacifica’s degree programs are offered through low-residential learning sessions that take into account vocational and life commitments.

You will enjoy a featured faculty presentation, program breakout sessions, and a Student Services panel. We hope you will consider applying to one of our academic programs using our free application link, and you may contact our Admissions Advisors at any time. Our admissions team is available to help you through every step of the application process. Enjoy the day!


05/03/2024

"The most basic example of Paleolithic cave art, found in every culture and location on the planet, is the human hand, either printed or stenciled on rock surfaces. In some ways that is a message of “I was here.” Some researchers, however, believe that our ancestors saw the cave wall as a boundary between this reality and another imaginal or spiritual reality. So the fact that the hand print is ubiquitous through all early human imagery shows us that deep-set need we have to make contact with the numinous." -Nicholas S. Literski, PH.D. Read Part I of the interview here: https://bit.ly/4aHnEcW

Nicholas S. Literski holds a PhD in Depth Psychology with Emphasis in Jungian and Archetypal Studies from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Their research interests include depth psychological reflections on spirituality, Paleolithic cave art, ceremonial magic, sexual orientation, and gender identity.


05/01/2024

With Diversity Equity and Inclusion policies, programs, and initiatives under the microscope of legislative and political pressures across the higher education landscape, Pacifica Graduate Institute – with its motto to “tend to the soul in and of the world” – maintains its unwavering commitment to nurturing an environment in its depth psychological academic community where diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) are integral. This dedication is embodied in the announcement of its new Vice President of People, Culture, and Belonging, Deneatrice A. Lewis, MS.
Learn more about Deneatrice and this position here: https://hubs.ly/Q02vBXJH0

04/29/2024

"Steinbeck said to write the truest thing you know. That can be difficult in a culture where we are more conditioned to curate a persona for social media or a personal brand than to lean into our authentic self. But movement only speaks one language and it’s deep truth. That truth emerges when we start to work somatically. That’s why it’s important to have training to do this work, to guide people into it, through it, and out of it. The authenticity of movement has nothing to do with the format or content, but with the engagement of the dancer. There is a moment when the dancer is danced. In depth psychological terms, that’s the moment when the dancer immerses themselves in the archetypal, and the archetypes move through them. When that dancer is electrified and being moved by something larger than themselves, it’s an embodied experience, even for the audience members. Dancers open themselves to the archetypal truths and realities that Jung wrote about. Dancers engage with an embodied way of knowing. I can’t imagine a world without dance." Loralee M. Scott, Senior Director of Pacifica Extension and International Studies

In honor of the International Day of Dance, we're thrilled to interview Loralee M. Scott. Read the interview here: https://bit.ly/3w4JxUb


04/28/2024

In honor of the International Day of Dance, Pacifica Extension and International Studies is pleased to present Emily Lord-Kambitsch paying tribute to Martha Graham, American dancer and choreographer. https://hubs.ly/Q02tgSP60

Emily Lord-Kambitsch, Ph.D., is Co-Chair and an Associate Core Faculty member of the Mythological Studies Program.


04/27/2024

Happy National Tell a Story Day! At Pacifica Graduate Institute, we tend stories as we tend the soul of the world.

"When it comes to humans, what’s clear is that we really are storytelling animals, hard-wired for story. We don’t always appreciate the extent to which stories dominate our lives, and the many ways in which we’ve been shaped by them. But we’re born with an innate storytelling capacity. We begin to perceive, explain and make sense of the world through the stories we find in childhood – or the stories which find us. They are the stars we navigate by. Stories teach us everything we know, and their lessons are deep and rich. Anywhere, there may be a door to another world: learn to look for it. Always leave a trail of breadcrumbs to find your way out of the dark wood. Don’t maim yourself trying to fit into the glass slipper which was made for someone else. Gold is never a good goal. Never take your skin off and leave it unattended." -Sharon Blackie

Sharon Blackie is a psychologist, mythologist, and author of the best-selling If Women Rose Rooted, among her many other publications. The Sunday Times says of her, “She knows her archetypes, knows her Jung, knows her fairytales and knows her neuroscience, and is sick of being patronized by men who don’t.” She is also teaching Pacifica Extension and International Studies’ “Graduate Certificate: Finding Ourselves in Fairytales: A Narrative Psychological Approach” May 18th – December 7th, 2024. https://bit.ly/49CRKN4



04/26/2024

"In a world where we’re struggling with modern soul loss and spending huge amounts of time behind our laptops, immobilized and enthralled, it’s more important than ever that we as a culture begin to engage with dance not only as a way to connect with the body but with the understanding that soul comes through our bodies. Stories of soul reside in our bones, and when there’s trauma that can’t be spoken about, we have to delve into the waters of movement. If you do that, the stories will present themselves. They’re going to come out." -Loralee M. Scott, Senior Director of Pacifica Extension and International Studies

In honor of the International Day of Dance, we're thrilled to interview Loralee M. Scott. Read the interview here: https://bit.ly/49GjDDZ


04/25/2024

"Fairy tales are a remarkably rich repository of diverse archetypal patterns and images which enable us to shed light on and work through so many human experiences. And in her 1970 book, The Interpretation of Fairy Tales, Marie-Louise von Franz describes fairy tales as ‘the purest and simplest expression of the collective unconscious psychic process … representing the archetypes in their simplest, barest and most concise form.’
But most importantly for me, they help us to reimagine ourselves, because at the heart of every single fairy tale is transformation. They help us to believe in the possibility of change. We come to see that there are other ways of imagining the world and our place in it – and of living more intensely, and more richly, in a world that is so often filled with challenge, and sorrow." -Sharon Blackie

Sharon Blackie is a psychologist, mythologist, and author of the best-selling If Women Rose Rooted, among her many other publications. The Sunday Times says of her, “She knows her archetypes, knows her Jung, knows her fairytales and knows her neuroscience, and is sick of being patronized by men who don’t.” She is also teaching Pacifica Extension and International Studies’ “Graduate Certificate: Finding Ourselves in Fairytales: A Narrative Psychological Approach” May 18th – December 7th, 2024. https://bit.ly/3PVmD8r



04/25/2024

"The common thread that pulls together all my work is an intense curiosity and fascination with transformation. When I would put together productions, it was about using dance as a vehicle to take the audience on a journey that spoke to their soul. When I discovered Jung, I found a vocabulary for things I’d been working with in the dance studio for years. When I make a dance, I go into the archetypal world and let that take the lead. I think that’s why my production staff would hand out tissues with the theater programs, because the audience would often be moved to tears. The power of the archetypal world to catalyze transformation is something I am still to this day totally passionate about." Loralee M. Scott, Senior Director of Pacifica Extension and International Studies

In honor of the International Day of Dance, we're thrilled to interview Loralee M. Scott. Read the interview here: https://bit.ly/3UmAzes


04/23/2024

Celebrating its 5th anniversary in 2024, PSYCHOSOCIAL WEDNESDAYS, in collaboration with IAAP, will delve into how Jungian psychology intersects with the contemporary era of polycrisis, exploring evolving understandings of cultural complexes and a plural-psyche. PSYCHOSOCIAL WEDNESDAYS is one of the many activities by JUNGIANEUM: Contemporary Initiatives for Analytical Psychology and Neo-Jungian Studies, curated by Stefano Carpani. JUNGIANEUM endeavors to enhance both individual and societal capacities for discourse on complex theory and conflicts.

Dr. Mattison’s talk “Depth Psychology at the Threshold: Integrating Ancient Wisdom and Modern Technology in a Posthuman Age” will explore the convergence of depth psychology with Al, as technology opens the door to a future beyond our wildest imaginings. Leonie Mattison will posit that by making the choice to embrace Al, we will transcend physical and economic barriers to create a community that welcomes all.

Please register at https://hubs.ly/Q02tJbly0 for Psychosocial Wednesdays on 24 April 24, 2024, (9pm Zürich/Berlin/Rome; 8pm London; 3pm NYC; noon San Francisco)


04/22/2024

As we celebrate Earth Day, we reflect on our collective and individual relationship with nature, our commitment to sustainability, and the ways we can continue to reduce our environmental impact and fight for the necessary changes to address the needs of our planet. At Pacifica Graduate Institute, we believe that promoting sustainability, protection, and restoration, as well as connecting with the awe and wonder of nature are essential parts of our mission of tending the soul of the world. We believe in the power of education to inspire positive change in the world and meet the urgent environmental challenges we face. Our programs encourage students to explore ecological sustainability, environmental justice, and social responsibility.

04/21/2024

Did you know? Pacifica uses the Ladera campus swimming pool as a collection reservoir for rain runoff. The pool pumps water to areas on the property and it is used as irrigation for our potted plants, grass, and foliage. The pool gets filled every year from the rain. That's about 100,000 gallons a year we save on water usage.

We don't use pesticides, and everything on Ladera campus is organic for the most part. We do our own mulching and utilize propagation and trimmings for a lot of plants on campus. We have organic fresh herbs and fruit trees that staff and students utilize and enjoy.

On Lambert campus, we have donated 20,000 pounds of lemons a year to SB County Foodbank. Our groundskeepers are water conscious and do drought tolerant landscaping. They propagate cuttings of existing succulents on campus.


04/20/2024

"Ever since the ‘Enlightenment’ and the Scientific Revolution, we’ve become thoroughly disenchanted here in the West. We’ve focused on one single way of knowing to the exclusion of all others: on intellect and rationality and empiricism. We’ve suppressed the ways of knowing that we call feminine: intuitive, empathetic, creative ways of knowing. So in The Enchanted Life I say that we need to cultivate a way of being 'which is intuitive, embraces wonder and fully engages the creative imagination – but it is also deeply embodied, ecological, grounded in place and community. It flourishes on work that has heart and meaning; it respects the instinctive knowledge and playfulness of children. It understands the myths we live by; thrives on poetry, song and dance. It loves the folkloric, the handcrafted, the practice of traditional skills. It respects wild things, recognizes the wisdom of the crow, seeks out the medicine of plants. It rummages and roots on the wild edges, but comes home to an enchanted home and garden. It is engaged with the small, the local, the ethical; enchanted living is slow living.' Really, it’s about falling in love with the world all over again by changing the way that we see it, and ourselves in it. And those ways of living and being in the world that I list are good ways to begin that process of re-enchantment. The mythic imagination is critical to this work." -Sharon Blackie

Sharon Blackie is a psychologist, mythologist, and author of the best-selling If Women Rose Rooted, among her many other publications. The Sunday Times says of her, “She knows her archetypes, knows her Jung, knows her fairytales and knows her neuroscience, and is sick of being patronised by men who don’t.” She is also teaching Pacifica Extension and International Studies’ “Graduate Certificate: Finding Ourselves in Fairytales: A Narrative Psychological Approach” May 18th – December 7th, 2024. https://bit.ly/49wZQH5



04/19/2024

Celebrating its 5th anniversary in 2024, PSYCHOSOCIAL WEDNESDAYS, in collaboration with IAAP, will delve into how Jungian psychology intersects with the contemporary era of polycrisis, exploring evolving understandings of cultural complexes and a plural-psyche. PSYCHOSOCIAL WEDNESDAYS is one of the many activities by JUNGIANEUM: Contemporary Initiatives for Analytical Psychology and Neo-Jungian Studies, curated by Stefano Carpani. JUNGIANEUM endeavors to enhance both individual and societal capacities for discourse on complex theory and conflicts.

Dr. Mattison’s talk in April, “Depth Psychology at the Threshold: Integrating Ancient Wisdom and Modern Technology in a Posthuman Age” will explore the convergence of depth psychology with Al, as technology opens the door to a future beyond our wildest imaginings. Leonie Mattison will posit that by making the choice to embrace Al, we will transcend physical and economic barriers to create a community that welcomes all.

Read more here, including how to join the call! https://bit.ly/4aKGM9w


04/18/2024

Sharon Blackie is a psychologist, mythologist, and author of the best-selling If Women Rose Rooted, among her many other publications. The Sunday Times says of her, “She knows her archetypes, knows her Jung, knows her fairytales and knows her neuroscience, and is sick of being patronised by men who don’t.” She is also teaching Pacifica Extension and International Studies’ “Graduate Certificate: Finding Ourselves in Fairytales: A Narrative Psychological Approach” May 18th – December 7th, 2024. https://bit.ly/3vLEWGy



04/17/2024

Are you ready to take the next step?
Experience Pacifica
Friday, June 14, 2024 from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM PST

Thank you for taking the time to join us for Pacifica Graduate Institute’s virtual experience day! We welcome you to dive deep and learn about our various degree programs in the tradition of Depth Psychology, informed by the teachings of C.G. Jung, Joseph Campbell, Marion Woodman, James Hillman, and others.

You will embark on a journey of knowledge with presentations and conversations with our faculty and staff. As Pacifica president, Dr. Leonie Mattison, Ed.D., MBA, has shared, “Our Pacifica Experience Days are a great way to discover your new learning community. Explore a rich array of degree programs, hear from world-renowned faculty, engage with our dedicated staff, and more. As Pacifica’s president, it is my delight, along with our Provost, to welcome your leadership, scholarship, creativity, and impact.”

Pacifica is an accredited graduate school offering master’s and doctoral degrees. The Institute has two beautiful campuses nestled between the foothills and the Pacific Ocean in Santa Barbara. All of Pacifica’s degree programs are offered through low-residential learning sessions that take into account vocational and life commitments.

You will enjoy a featured faculty presentation, program breakout sessions, and a Student Services panel. We hope you will consider applying to one of our academic programs using our free application link, and you may contact our Admissions Advisors at any time. Our admissions team is available to help you through every step of the application process. Enjoy the day!

Register Today!
https://bit.ly/3TXGp4E

04/17/2024

"We want students to be engaged at a personal level, bringing their own perspectives and life experience, whether spiritual, religious, or spiritual-but-not-religious. Whatever frame of reference they’re coming from, we want students to feel comfortable bringing it into the program and develop critical thinking and scholarly investigation about their own beliefs as well as being exposed to those of others. We’re looking for students who are intellectually curious and spiritually engaged with some sort of personal practice. Or at least have a curiosity for it. Spiritually inclined, let’s say. And we want students from diverse backgrounds and traditions, and student-practitioners from different schools of thought and spiritual movements that might be non-traditional. We have a course that considers new religious movements, neo-pagan traditions, neo-shamanism, and plant-medicine-based traditions; all of which are and have been growing at an enormous rate." -David Odorisio, Ph.D.

You've been asking for a fully online degree program! And now Pacifica is delighted to announce the launch of a new, fully online M.A./Ph.D. program, "Psychology, Religion, and Consciousness"!* The PRC program critically considers the psychology of religious experience across a wide range of disciplines and examines the nature of religious consciousness as it arises both individually and collectively. The PRC program will be chaired by Dr. David Odorisio. Read more in this interview about the new, online program: https://bit.ly/3Ud1w48




*Pending Approval from the U.S. Department of Education

04/16/2024

Connie Alexander is the current president of the Santa Barbara NAACP. On April 20th, the NAACP is holding the “Black Women’s Health Equity Conference” in Santa Barbara, a free event for Black women from Santa Barbara, Ventura, Santa Maria & Lompoc. PGI President & CEO Dr. Leonie H. Mattison will be speaking at and participating in the conference.

"My mother died at 45 from ovarian cancer. She went through the experience of doctors not paying attention to her symptoms. She was ignored by doctors who said she might be premenopausal. A doctor told her it might be stress that she should 'go home and make some tea and relax.' They didn’t find it until it was Stage 3. She had six months to live before we lost her at 45 years old. Doctors do not listen to Black women." --Connie Alexander
Read more of the interview here: https://bit.ly/3U4NQZ8


04/15/2024

You've been asking for a fully online degree program! And now Pacifica is delighted to announce the launch of a new, fully online M.A./Ph.D. program, "Psychology, Religion, and Consciousness"!* The PRC program critically considers the psychology of religious experience across a wide range of disciplines and examines the nature of religious consciousness as it arises both individually and collectively. The PRC program will be chaired by Dr. David Odorisio. Read more in this interview about the new, online program: https://bit.ly/4aPyugE



*Pending Approval from the U.S. Department of Education

04/13/2024

Eternal Youth and the Myth of Deconstruction: An Archetypal Reading of Jacques Derrida and Judith Butler
May 1, 8, 15, 22, 2024
4 Live Classes | 4 CECs | Offered Live via Zoom

This course is based on the book Eternal Youth and the Myth of Deconstruction: An Archetypal Reading of Jacques Derrida and Judith Butler. The Eternal Youth is a figure well known to Jungians. In myth and literature this figure takes the form of a boy or girl who refuses to grow up, like Peter Pan, or simply dies young, like Icarus. Deconstruction is a method of philosophical and literary analysis originated by Jacques Derrida and a driving force behind much postmodernist thought, including that of Judith Butler. This course uses one of Carl Jung’s core interpretive principles – amplification – to draw parallels between the two—between the mythic figure and the philosophical method. In the process, it demonstrates that the thematic content of deconstruction bears a striking resemblance to that of the eternal youth: Both are deeply concerned with questions of time, displacement, representation, authority, limits, structure, and play. The course applies depth psychological concepts like dissociation, archetypal possession, amplification, and projection to offer an innovative interpretation and critique of a philosophical orientation that continues to have a powerful influence over both academia and the broader culture.

https://bit.ly/43SCxXd

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