The International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) founded in 1955 is the accrediting and regulatory organization for all professional analytical psychologists groups. Its main objectives are to advance the understanding and utility of analytical psychology worldwide, and to ensure that the highest professional, scientific and ethical standards are maintained in the training and practice of analytical psychologists among its Member Groups.
The Institute is founded to advance Analytical Psychology. The objectives of the Institute are to train psychotherapists to become Jungian psychoanalysts, maintain a collegial society to provide continuing education and ethical review for member analysts, offer education to other professionals and the general public, and promote research and writing about Jungian psychoanalysis and psychotherapy.
The Center is a nonprofit organization, located in the downtown of Evanston, Illinois. We offer various services, including a sliding-scale psychotherapy, group therapy, movie nights, dream circles, discussion groups, and classes for both clinicians and the general public. The Center exists to carry forward the living legacy of C. G. Jung and to provide a forum to explore and discuss depth-oriented psychologies.
The C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology was founded in 1962. Its activities include continuing education courses, workshops, conferences and seminars. It publishes the journal Quadrant, provide a book service though a bookstore and mail order service and encourage and disseminate research and writing on analytical psychology, archetypal symbolism and related areas of Jungian thought.
The C.G. Jung Institute - Boston is chartered by the New England Society of Jungian Analysts(NESJA) and is dedicated to the healing discipline of Analytical Psychology. Our vision is to nourish the human endeavor for psychological transformation and wholeness. Our mission and task is to understand the human psyche through the psychological theories and therapeutic methods pioneered by Carl Gustav Jung.
Located in the building of the C.G. Jung Center in the midtown district of Manhattan, the C.G. Jung Institute of New York is a clinical training program that prepares qualified individuals for the professional practice of Analytical Psychology, the therapeutic method based on the theories of C.G. Jung.
The C.G. Jung Society, Seattle is a nonprofit educational corporation formed to promote an understanding of C.G. Jung's analytical psychology and the current use of Jungian concepts by contemporary thinkers. By exploring these viewpoints we hope to better understand ourselves and to gain new insights into our relationships, our culture, and our world.
The IRSJA was created in 1973 by a group of certified Jungian Analysts for the purpose of providing training for candidates seeking certification as Jungian Analysts. The Society, organized into several regions throughout the U.S., was designed to allow the bulk of training to occur on a local level while evaluations, particularly examinations, would be done by the larger society. In addition to its stated purpose of training, it also provides its members opportunities for collegiality and intellectual stimulation.
The Jung Educational Center of Houston is now in its fifth decade of service to the greater Houston community. Founded in 1958, the Jung Center offers over one hundred courses, programs, and conferences every year that address the critical social and spiritual issues of our time as well as the need for personal growth and development.
The Pacific Northwest Society of Jungian Analysts (PNSJA) is a group of licensed mental health professionals who have received specialized training in Analytical Psychology and are certified as Jungian Analysts. The PNSJA is a member society of the International Association of Analytical Psychologists (IAAP).
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 to 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 the Institute offers low fee Jungian psychotherapy.
The mission of Coldwater Counseling Center, Inc. is to provide depth psychotherapy to the community at affordable rates; to provide education and training in depth psychotherapy to the Licensed Practitioners and Intern/Associates who provide these counseling services; and, to educate the community regarding the psychological and spiritual components of depth psychology.
The Club was established in 1974 to promote an interest in, and understanding of, Jungian Psychology. Each year it sponsors a Jungian Conference in association with Chapman University and a number of public lectures. Other offerings include workshops, informal presentations, and one or more members-only events. The Club also has an extensive Jungian Library for member-only use.
Santa Barbara Friends of Jung is committed to furthering the work of depth psychology according to C.G. Jung and Marie-Louise von Franz. Towards that end we offer public programs bi-monthly and other programs for members. It is our intention to explore the symbolic dimension of the psyche by bringing all minds to it and to provide a forum that will host the creative spark in our own work and lives.
Nearly 400 megabytes online of information on alchemy in all its facets. Providing over 2800 images, over 250 complete alchemical texts, extensive bibliographical material on the printed books and manuscripts, numerous articles, introductory and general reference material on alchemy. This site is organized by Adam McLean, the well-known authority on alchemical texts and symbolism, author and publisher of over 50 books.
ARAS is a pictorial and written archive of mythological, ritualistic, and symbolic images from all over the world and all epochs of human history. Begun in the 1930s by a colleague of Jung, the archive contains approximately 17,000 photographic images, each cross-indexed and accompanied by scholarly commentary, including a cultural history of the image that serves to place it in its unique historical and geographical setting.
The Jung Page contains original essays, reprinted articles, reviews of books and films, research tools, a lexicon of terms, and works of creativity. You will also find ways to connect with the worldwide Jungian community, including information on publishers, local societies and professional organizations, scholars, analysts, and other interested individuals.
The mission of Pacifica Graduate Institute is to provide graduate degree programs and to foster research in the fields of psychology and mythological studies framed in the traditions of depth psychology. Pacifica traces many of its central ideas to the heritage of ancient storytellers, dramatists, and philosophers from all lands who recorded the workings of the imagination.
The mission of the Philemon foundation is to make the complete body of Jungs work available in editions that meet the highest standards of scholarship and do justice to the true measure of this major creative thinker. We estimate that our work will yield at least 30 volumes beyond the 21 volumes of the Collected Works and will require 25 years to fulfill.
Sandplay Therapists of America (STA) is a non-profit organization established to train, support, and promote professional development in sandplay in the tradition of Dora M. Kalff based on the theories of C.G. Jung. STA recognizes three levels of membership: Clinical, Teaching and Sandplay Practitioner Membership.
Saybrook is committed to fostering a learning environment rooted in humanistic values and responsive to the conditions of our times. Students interested in the works of C.G. Jung will have the opportunity to pursue an M.A. or Ph.D. in Psychology with a specialization in Jungian Studies. James Hollis, Ph.D., noted Jungian scholar and author, and ex-Executive Director of the Jung Center of Houston directs the program.