Our eminent alumni Ruth Ammann, Verena Kast and Marianne Meister invite IAAP accredited Analysts to a 5-day seminar entitled “Exploring the Picture Archive and Learning to work with Paintings in Analysis“, in June 2020 at the CG Jung Institute in Küsnacht. It will offer access to the picture Archive – a collection of around 4,500 […]
We are glad to announce that Hiroko Sakata published an article in the latest edition of the Japanese Journal of Jungian Psychology: Practice and Clinical Issues, published in January 2020. She was asked to write an article about overseas Jungian publications and activities, so she introduced Antonio Lanfranchi’s book “Modern Myths and Medical Consumerism. The Asclepius Complex”, by offering […]
Dear Colleagues, As I review the past two years of the C. G. Jung Alumni Association, the Board has addressed several challenges, including website issues and growing our membership. We also achieved many other significant successes: Contributing to the CGJI-Z Jubilee celebration last year was a great achievement, including holding seminar dialogues between analysts and […]
IAAP XXI. International Congress for Analytical Psychology Encountering the Other: Within us, between us and in the world. August 25 – 30, 2019, Vienna, Austria We are delighted to see that many alumni of the CG Jung Institute Zürich who are members of our Association will contribute to the upcoming IAAP Congress in Vienna. Verena […]
As the Institute celebrates its 70th Anniversary, we are delighted to present our first Alumni Week. Our program will take place during the last week of the Summer Semester block.
70th Anniversary of the C G Jung Institute A message from our President As we celebrate the 70th Jubilee in Zurich at the Institute in 2018, we are collaborating with the C. G. Jung Institute to organize an Alumni Week
Congratulations for accomplishing this immense achievement of becoming a certified Jungian analyst! Here are some FAQs that might help you with your next steps into the world of Jungian society membership.
By Kim Arndt It was the summer of 2007 when I attended my first training meeting in Küsnacht. The facilitator, a seasoned analyst, said that during our training we would make friends we would have for the rest of our lives.
By Tess Castleman I remember arriving in Zürich on a bitter cold early February morning in 1984. We were three. Husband, three-year-old son and me. We had left our jobs, our first house, our families and our beloved Denver, Colorado for an unknown land.