The IAJS exists to promote and develop Jungian and post-Jungian studies and scholarship on an international basis.
The IAJS is a multidisciplinary association dedicated to the exploration and exchange of views about all aspects of the broader cultural legacy of Jung’s work and the history of analytical psychology. Through the development of Jungian and post-Jungian studies, the IAJS aims to aid the understanding of contemporary cultural trends and the history of psychological and cultural tendencies. For example, the association promotes:
Scholarship relating analytical psychology to the arts and humanities, social sciences and philosophy as well as clinical, methodological and theoretical research
The application of the concepts of Jungian and post-Jungian analytical psychology to literature, theatre, film and media studies, religious studies
Applications in medicine, physics, and the philosophy and history of science
Practice-based research in education, culture, therapy and the arts
The Jung Forum Association of Edmonton is a not-for-profit educational association that presents lectures, workshops and special events on a wide range of topics from a Jungian perspective that explore our humanity and the journey that is our life.
Volunteers are always welcome in the Jung Forum. If you are interested about how you can volunteer, contact us.
Welcome To the Calgary Jung Society
The Calgary Jung Society presents lectures, workshops, films and seminars, exploring the ideas of C.G. Jung and recent developments in Jungian thought. Most of our speakers are Jungian analysts; many are also internationally known speakers and authors.
The Club was founded in 1922 by close associates of C G Jung and ever since has continued to keep alive the feeling of community shared by those with experience of a Jungian analysis and involved with Jungian psychology. The Club maintains a well stocked library and organises monthly lectures, weekly seminars and frequent reading groups which provide a forum for the exploration of Jung's ideas and concepts in a non-professional environment. Most of our activities are open to non-members and we invite their participation. Many of the UK analytic and psychotherapy training programmes can be traced back to the Club's earliest activities.
For more than fifty years, The Jung Center has served as a nonprofit resource unique to Houston—a forum for dynamic conversations on a diverse range of psychological, artistic, and spiritual topics. Our mission is to support the development of greater self-awareness, creative expression, and psychological insight—individually, in relationships, and within the community. The Jung Center provides pathways to find a deeper meaning in everyday life.
"The Jung Center provides a forum and roundtable for discussion, reflection, inquiry which contributes depth and breadth to our understanding of the relationship between an individual and culture. Further, the Center facilitates people's understanding of the dynamics of the inner and the outer world which leads to deeper and more meaningful comprehension of life from both the personal and cultural points of view."
--Jonathan Paul De Vierville
CFJ welcomes everyone interested in exploring the broad psychological perspective of C.G. Jung. From the general public to psychology professionals, all can expect rich and stimulating programs offering education and the sharing of ideas and experiences. For more than 25 years, our non-profit group has brought some of the foremost Jungian presenters of our time to Charlotte, and we warmly invite you to join us for our regular programs. All are welcome regardless of their level of knowledge of Jung.
The Central Indiana Friends of Jung explores the concepts inspired by the works of Carl Gustav Jung through regular meetings that are open to the public. Meetings are devoted to the presentation and discussion of the ideas and works of Carl Gustav Jung and cover a wide variety of contemporary topics. They are facilitated by experts in the field of analytical psychology.
We are an all volunteer organization. The group meets monthly from September through June of each year. Meetings are presently held on the first Thursday of the month at 7:00 P.M. at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis located at 615 W. 43rd Street, near Butler University. Click this link for a map.
CIFOJ also presents special workshops and seminars conducted by professionals in the field. Annual membership dues are $40 for single membership and $60 for a couple/family. Members receive a monthly newsletter, free admission to monthly meetings, discounted admission to workshops and seminars, and the opportunity to assist the organization by volunteering. All meetings and workshops and seminars are open to the public as well as to members of the Friends of Jung. Students with ID are admitted free to meetings. Non-members cost is $8.00 per meeting.
JACO's stated purpose is ...to provide educational opportunities for personal growth and development based on the writings, teachings, and insights of Carl Gustav Jung and various post-Jungians. We offer educational and experiential programs to those who are seeking meaning, integration and wholeness. These programs emphasize Jung's individuation process and the relationship of this journey to the community and the world.
With over 200 members, JACO is operated primarily by a dedicated staff of volunteers. Director Gina Peacock works with the volunteers to keep JACO open usually from 11-2 Tuesday through Saturday. Always call before coming to be sure a volunteer is on duty. A wide variety of programs, lectures and workshops are offered during each year's three program segments.
The JungHaus bookstore serves the local Jungian community with both classic and newer Jungian, post-Jungian, and related titles. JACO members may purchase books at a 10% discount, and may order books.
The C.G. Jung Foundation of Ontario was established in 1970 by local people interested in the work of C.G. Jung. The first name for their organization was the Analytical Psychology Society of Ontario (APSO). Today it is a vibrant community -- one of the largest such groups in North America. And from a single Jungian analyst practising in Canada, from 1977, the number of professional members of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) has grown today to over sixty-five.
Jung’s approach had been of vital interest to individuals in the region even during his lifetime, and a number of APSO’s founders brought personal reminiscences of him to the table. After years of networking and effort, APSO was organized (January 19, 1970) by James M. Shaw, President of Noxema and for fourteen years an analysand of Dr. Esther Harding in New York City. The first president, on Shaw’s nomination, was Prof. Paul Seligman of Waterloo University.
The C.G. Jung Society of Saint Louis, a not-for-profit organization, serves to deepen understanding of the work of Carl Jung and Analytical Psychology in the wider St. Louis community.
It is supported by subscribing Friends and by contributions.
THE MISSION OF THE INSTITUTE
Analytical psychology is the theoretical foundation for Jungian analysis, a healing practice that serves the basic human need for psychological consciousness and growth.
The C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco was founded to advance a viewpoint vital to the conscious, ethical practice and utilization of analytical psychology and to disseminate knowledge central to that end.
The Institute trains psychotherapists to become Jungian analysts and maintains a collegial society to provide continuing education and ethical review for member analysts.
It offers education and information to other professionals and the general public and promotes research about Jungian analysis and psychotherapy.
It maintains the Virginia Allan Detloff Library and the Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism as educational resources.
Through the James Goodrich Whitney Clinic, Jungian psychotherapy is provided on a sliding-scale basis.
The Institute recognizes that the potential of wholeness and individuation depends on psychological development that in turn is supported or hampered by collective attitudes and laws. With this understanding, the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco supports in principle efforts that promote universal human rights.
Welcome to ARAS — a world treasure with jewels from every culture since the beginning of time. ARAS has taken many steps from its tiny beginnings in Eranos, Switzerland seventy years ago to the world-reach of the Internet today. Long available to only a few researchers, the wondrous vision of how the collective unconscious expresses itself in all human societies is now available to many.
To fathom ARAS's depth and richness, allow yourself to wander, to linger, and to ponder. Do not be afraid to get lost, as your meanderings may yield surprising delights of imagery and meaning.
Joseph L. Henderson, M.D.
Co-author with Dr. Carl Gustav Jung, et. al. of Man and His Symbols Consulting Analyst to ARAS
What ARAS Contains
The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (ARAS) is a pictorial and written archive of mythological, ritualistic, and symbolic images from all over the world and from all epochs of human history. The collection probes the universality of archetypal themes and provides a testament to the deep and abiding connections that unite the disparate factions of the human family.
The ARAS archive contains about 17,000 photographic images, each cross-indexed, individually mounted, and accompanied by scholarly commentary. The commentary includes a description of the image with a cultural history that serves to place it in its unique historical and geographical setting. Often it also includes an archetypal commentary that brings the image into focus for its modern psychological and symbolic meaning, as well as a bibliography for related reading and a glossary of technical terms.
The ARAS commentaries honor both the universal patterns and specific cultural context associated with each image, something seldom found in other collections.
Keywords, extracted from approximately 46,000 catalogue subject cards, help users explore archetypal themes of interest to them.
The images and commentaries in ARAS have been collected over a 60-year period (read more about the history of ARAS).
It is often the work of our lives to grow larger than the constrictive arena in which complexes would have us play. When we make such presences conscious, we must conclude that being bound to the past is not acceptable, and we perforce are thrust into a serious fight to recover a larger measure of personal sovereignty.
James Hollis, in Hauntings: Dispelling the Ghosts Who Run Our Lives
The C. G. Jung Institute of Santa Fe is a non-profit organization for persons interested in the depth psychology of Carl Gustav Jung. The Institute offers a variety of programs to both professionals and the general public to introduce and deepen understanding of Jung's psychology individually and in the world.
THE IMPORTANCE AND BENEFITS OF BEING A MEMBER OF THE C. G. JUNG SOCIETY OF SARASOTA
Thanks to our many supporters, our lectures and workshops have, year after year, paid for themselves. However, membership dues are also very important. They finance our organization’s overhead and allow us to provide the complimentary programs presented every year. Membership offers these BENEFITS TO YOU:
- Purchase Event tickets at a membership discount.
- Receive ALL the Society’s communications.
- Your dues help fulfill our mission to promote C. G. Jung.
- Meet like-minded people who are interested in Jungian Psychology.
- Receive priority consideration when attendance is limited.
- Have opportunities to meet renowned Jungian speakers.
- Membership dues are tax deductible.
Greater Cincinnati Friends of Jung (GCFJ) is a on-profit volunteer organization dedicated to exploring the ideas, studies and theories of Carl Gustav Jung, founder of analytical psychology. GCFJ presents a variety of programs to fulfill this objective including lectures, films, workshops, social events, dream sharing groups, and Study Discussion Groups.
GCFJ welcomes all persons both lay and professional at all levels of interest and understanding of Jung's works, in particular those who are seeking a deeper understanding of the human spirit and have desire for increasing self-knowledge. Program offerings are designed to accommodate different levels of familiarity with C.G. Jung.
Southern Arizona Friends of Jung is a public organization in Tucson
Friends of Jung is dedicated to promoting the psychology of C. G. Jung through affordable lectures, workshops and discussion groups designed for both lay and professional interests. If you don’t find the information you need on our web site,