Archetypology of Everyday Life, AEL, is a project committed to the ongoing training of psychologists, social workers, clinicians and anyone interested in bringing depth and soul work to the field of psychology and living.
AEL offers accessible doctoral level continuing education hours to keep therapists, clinicians, and social workers current in clinical work and the mental health field and informed on the most current and best practices. We offer training in a wide range of areas relevant to the working psychologist with a focus on depth psychology in the areas of psychological practice, education and current scientific evidence.
The word “archetypology” was coined by CG Jung himself in Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious and refers to the study of archetypes and their ensuing patterns on the psyche critical to the psychology professional. Since 2008, AEL has offered over 40 lectures and workshops and is known for its intimate settings, quality presentations, and relevance. See our past workshops.