The Lansdowne Location
Join us in a cozy home atmosphere to learn, rejuvenate, and be inspired. All minutes from Center City Philadelphia: a true urban oasis. Workshops are held in private retreat-like setting. Nestled on 2.5 acres, in this historic Queen Anne home that was restyled in the early 1900’s by William Lightfoot Price, into an Arts & Crafts home/office. This space provides ample opportunities for educational experiences while soaking in the beautiful aesthetic of fine craftsmanship of yesteryear and surrounding natural setting, which was once considered one of the largest Japanese garden in America.
The property was once owned by Charles J. Pillings, a noted medical equipment designer and manufacturer (incorrectly printed as “Pullings” on the old, 1928 postcard, below). More information about the property may be seen in an article written in 1906 and featured in House & Garden. Current images may be found in the Gallery of this website.
If you are planning on joining us for a workshop or seminar be sure to visit the registration page about more site information. If you have questions about accommodations please call us at The Center for Psyche & the Arts, LLC: 610.259.2550 ext. 2. Guests from near and far are warmly welcome to our workshops, which is less than 10 miles from the Philadelphia International Airport.
Most of our seminars, workshops, and groups are held at The Center for Psyche & the Arts, LLC in Lansdowne, PA. Parking is available and free. Seminars being held in other locations are noted. Please call us in advance if you need assistance at 610.259.2550. Please note: Due to the historic architecture of the Lansdowne building, some accommodations may be more challenging than others in terms of ADA standards for accessibility but we are prepared to assist any attendee with a physical, visual, or auditory disability. Please call to inquire and discuss your particular situation at least 30 days in advance so arrangements may be made.
Inclement Weather: If weather conditions are poor and you are uncertain about the status of your program, please call us at 610.259.2550. Refunds for inclement weather will only be issued if the program is canceled due to extreme weather such as in a declared State of Emergency or Travel Warning. The Center for Psyche & the Arts, LLC reserves the right to cancel seminars, groups, and other educational programs that are under-enrolled, to change times, and locations, if necessary, and to substitute instructions.
Guests from near and far are warmly welcome to our workshops, which is less than 10 miles from the Philadelphia International Airport.
Airport Shuttle arrangements may be made through Lady Liberty Shuttles at 215.724.8888 or cab service from the airport. If you would like to get around by train, the Lansdowne Station is serviced by a SEPTA Regional Rail (Media/Elwyn) and is within 3 blocks of us. Connections are easily made at 30th Street Station.
A taxi may be hired through Victory Radio Dispatch Limousine & Taxi Services 215.225.5000.
If you would like to stay in a nearby hotel, we may recommend:
Refreshments for workshops:
Ample, healthy and well-balanced, refreshments are served to workshop participants throughout the day, including your fill of complementary coffee, and tea. Special dietary requests will be cheerfully honored if advance notice is given. Please indicate food allergies, intolerance or other requirements when registering for your workshop, preferably one month before your event.
Our kitchen is peanut and tree nut free. Additionally, soy or rice milk is available for those who are lactose intolerant.
For multi-day workshops, evenings may be spent on-site or out on the town. If you would like to catch a show in the city, the SEPTA Regional Rail line (Media/Elwyn) is within walking distance to the Lansdowne Station and most Center City attractions.
Or spend a relaxing evening in the sitting room or solarium making connections with colleagues and friends. The library room is where most of our workshops are held. It is also the place where you may peruse many Jungian titles, art books and mythology titles in our extensive reference library. A conference style table is set up for note taking as well as a state of the art digital multimedia display. Art making and experiential components are held in the adjacent studio room.
Please visit our Gallery page for more pictures of the building and grounds.
The Berwyn Location
The Berwyn location is conveniently located on Lancaster Avenue (Rt. 30) with ample free parking in the rear of the building. There is a cozy waiting room on the first floor and our welcoming office is located on the second floor of the building.
Groups - Currently Enrolling
Sundays, 2 - 3:30 p.m.
The goal of the dream group is simple: To bring our dreams, to share them, and to reacquaint ourselves with their intriguing and poetic language.Details & Registration >
A Dream Group for Clinicians – Now Enrolling
Fourth Sunday of the Month, 6:30- 8:30 p.m. for four weeks
Explore the dream material and learn about its structure, symbolism, and relevance to the current context of the dreamer.Details & Registration >
Professional Supervision Group
First and Third Sunday of the Month, 6 - 9 PM, On going - Lansdowne Location
Use your own art, active imagination, personal imagery of dreams and fantasy, as well as creative writings, to deepen your understanding of your clinical work and professional relationships. This unique bi-monthly supervision group is for mental health professionals who are seeking to enrich their work through the use of depth psychology practices, including art making, active […]Details & Registration >
Art Therapy Support Group for Men and Women Struggling with Eating Issues
Fridays, 7 - 8:30 PM - Lansdowne Location
Support group for men and women struggling with eating disorders and food issues in Philadelphia areaDetails & Registration >