Drawing upon Carl Jung's work on the archetype and the collective unconscious, 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. Now online, the archive is fully searchable and accessible from all over the world.
Our programs, which are held in the United States and Assisi, Italy, examine the influence and presence of archetypal processes in the individual and collective psyche, the therapeutic situation and in other areas of the natural world, and the relationship between Jungian Psychology and the "new sciences".
The C. G. Jung Society of Montreal has been actively disseminating ideas of Jungian thought since the mid-1970's. We are a volunteer organization — a club rather than an institute — which has striven to maintain a high level of conversation and engagement. We supplement monthly visits by Jungian analysts from Canada and the U.S. with discussion groups and reading seminars, animated by members of our society. Those who have visited us have often remarked on our friendly company and our lively program. Our monthly newsletter, with its book reviews, has received high praise from numerous Jungian friends.
The C.G. Jung Institute of New York offers a post-graduate clinical training program to prepare qualified persons for a professional practice in Jungian analysis. It is designed to meet the requirements for New York State licensure as a Psychoanalyst. The Institute also promotes and encourages research to advance the field of analytical psychology and jointly sponsors the C.G. Jung Referral Service.
The C. G. Jung Society of New Orleans is a private, non-profit organization established to promote educational programs following the general thrust of Swiss psychologist Carl Jung's analytical psychology. We are also a pre-approved National Board of Certified Counselors provider of Continuing Education Hours. We offer lectures, workshops, and film studies from September through May and maintain a library of books on psychology and related topics for our membership. A program for analytical training and continuing education is also available through the New Orleans Jungian Seminar, an approved training center of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts.
Daimon Verlag has an online bookstore. They are located in Switzerland and publish books on Jungian psychology, relationships, personal development, and the growth of consciousness. We recommend buying their Jung, my mother, and I by Jane Reid and Jungian Reflections on September 11 (especially for Wolfgang Giegerich's bold and brilliant article). They are also our distributor in Europe and have some of our hard-to-find books, journals, and tapes.
Depth Psychology Alliance is a dynamic online community of 850 members and growing. Our mission is to provide a place where individuals and professionals who are passionate about Depth Psychology can meet, share, and learn with and from one another. The community offers a discussion forum, event listings, blog posts, videos, and news for the field. Most of our members are psychologists, Jungian analysts, depth psychology students and alumni, as well as artists, authors, activists--all interest in engaging the world through soul.
Since 1933, Eranos conferences have been held at Ascona on the Swiss side of Lake Maggiore. Founded by Mrs Olga Fröbe-Kapteyn, and inspired by Carl Gustav Jung, the conferences focus on archetypal themes and bring together, around the famous Round Table, thinkers of various fields of knowledge, such as depth psychology, history of religions, philosophy and anthropology. Over 60 Yearbooks have been published - a rich testimony of these gatherings. Since 2006, these conferences have been resumed, attracting a number of the 21st Century's leading thinkers to the Foundation's beautiful gardens by the lake, and now focusing on the major societal issues of our time.
The Foundation for Mythological Studies (FMS) is a professional organization designed by and for scholars and students in the fields of Mythological Studies, Depth and Archetypal Psychology, Ecopsychology, Religious Studies,Education, Philosophy, the Arts, Clinical Psychology, and the Counseling fields. The goals of FMS are to provide a resource home base for scholars around the world to dialogue, network, and continue our educational endeavors through professional development workshops, conferences and informal educational gatherings.
The International Association for Jungian Studies provides a forum and focus for the exciting and important work being done in Jungian and Post-Jungian studies all over the world. The IAJS is equally open to academics, analysts, therapists, practicing artists, students and candidates in training.
The Jung Center of Houston presents over 100 classes and programs every year in the fields of analytic psychology, expressive arts, and related topics in the arts, society, and humanities. In addition, the Jung Center has an outstanding bookstore, monthly art exhibitions, and an extensive outreach program to underprivileged children, those with life-threatening illnesses, youth at risk, the therapeutic community, and the elderly. Set in the culturally rich Museum District of Houston, the Jung Center is a rich resource of education and community service.
The Marion Woodman Foundation offers a variety of seminars, workshops, and intensives internationally and within the U.S. For information on upcoming programs and foundation activities, please visit our web site: www.mwoodmanfoundation.org.
If you are on a journey of self discovery and wish to connect with others on similar paths, we invite you to learn more about us and to help us in building our community. Miriam's Well also includes a calender of events of seminars with well known speakers that might be of interest to the Spring reader.
Our mission at Myth & Culture is to enable people to find meaning in what seems to be a meaningless world. We do this through the study of mythology and archetypal psychology both within the contemporary culture and within the individual psyche. Our writings and speeches focus on mythology as providing the structure and meaning in contemporary life. Our workshops and personal growth seminars focus on personal transformation through the use of mythological themes and rituals.
A website of myth, poetry, archetypal review and scholarly essay, Mythic Artist gathers together a consortium of artists expressing a range of depth perspectives. Presentations on MA coalesce as aresult of poetic cooperation between and among mythologers, essayists and artists. The metaphorical 'between' this imagines reveals and expresses a dynamic operation at work between each artist and their artistic achievement and between combined presentations updated quarterly each year.
The Mythic Imagination Institute creates experiences of the mystery and metaphor in myth and story through art, hands-on activity and cross-disciplinary conversation. Our principal method at this time is through conference and performance festivals. In 2004, we held the first Mythic Journeys Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The second Mythic Journeys Conference will be held June 7 - 11, 2006. James Hillman calls Mythic Journeys "a Spiritual Spoleto Festival."
We endeavor to bring together artists, scientists, business people, psychologists, scholars, performers, educators, philosophers, writers, and everyone else who'd like to participate through the shared medium of story. Together, we discover, experience and discuss narrative, metaphor and myth as a language to understand each other and our own place and to find meaning in the world. The Institute is creating other ways of connecting people to myth. Publications and media are coming on-line. We've completed a national radio show and are producing regular newsletters, distributing our CDs, improving our website, and continuing the tradition of a film festival.
The New York Association For Analytical Psychology (NYAAP) is the professional association of Jungian analysts based in the New York metropolitan area. Their site includes FAQs about Jungian analysis, a history of Carl Jung, Daryl Sharp's Lexicon, information on NYAAP, a bibliography of NYAAP authors, and a detailed description of NYAAP's ethical guidelines.
If you are looking for a school to get a degree in the ideas you find in Spring Journal, look no further. Pacifica offers degrees in our fine madnesses: depth psychology and mythological studies. Plus they have a lively public lecture program. Many of our writers are lecturers, teachers, and students at this gem of a school tucked away on the California coast near Santa Barbara.
Pantheatre was the first independent theatre company to emerge from the Roy Hart Theatre in 1981. Pantheatre specializes in voice, choreographic theatre, and cultural experimentation. They especially link their work with mythology, archetypal psychology, and post-archetypal psychology. Since 1987 they have held a bi-annual Myth and Theatre in difference places in Europe and America. They are great friends.
Rubedo is a Brazilian website about archetypal psychology. Our aim is disseminate the ideas of James Hillman, his friends, and new thoughts in Post-Jungian psychology. We have articles by James Hillman, Sonu Shamdasani, Ginette Paris, Wolfgang Giegerich, Andrew Samuels, David Miller, Carlos Bernardi and others.
The Essex programs are recognized internationally as offering cutting edge exploration at both Masters and Doctoral level of key contemporary issues in Jungian and post-Jungian studies. The courses are non-clinical but applications from clinicians are welcomed. The overall ethos is critical and scholarly. The Essex Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies came first in its area in the 2008 research assessment exercise conducted by the British Government. The Masters is taught on campus and in part-and full-time versions. Overseas students are particularly welcome and the University is the most 'international' of all British universities. The PhD is available on campus or by Distance Learning. The Masters has often been recognized by constituent societies of the International Association for Analytical Psychology as satisfying the academic prerequisites for candidates with non-relevant backgrounds.
Michael Vannoy Adams is an internationally prominent Jungian analyst in the private practice of psychotherapy in New York City. Adams is a clinical associate professor at the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, as well as a faculty member at the Object Relations Institute for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, the Blanton-Peale Institute, and the New School University. His newest book, The Fantasy Principle: Psychoanalysis of the Imagination, was published in 2004.
Mark Greene moved to Hong Kong in 2002 after receiving his doctorate from Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2000. He splits his time variously among Cantonese and Taoist studies, French translation and teaching psychology at Upper Iowa University's Hong Kong Campus. Metamercury.net and Mercury Pier are devices through which he explores sound, image, word and symbol.
John Ryan Haule, Ph.D., is a Jungian analyst, trained in Zurich and active as teacher and administrator in the C. G. Jung Institute-Boston. Spring Publications published his most politically incorrect book, The Love Cure. He has also written on romantic love, tantra shamanism, the New Age, Francis of Assisi, the life and work of Jung, and his own learning experience as an analyst. Excerpts from his writings in these areas can be found on his website where he is also happy to show you murals of his paintings.
A longtime member of Spring Journalis Advisory Board, David Miller is Watson-Ledden Professor of Religion Emeritus at Syracuse University and is a retired Core Faculty Member at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara. Since 1963, Dr. Miller has worked at the intersections of religions and mythologies, literature and literary theory, and depth psychology. More information about him, his lectures, and his publications, can be found at his website.
A Jungian analyst practicing in London, Ontario, Canada, Greg Mogenson is the editor of the Archetypal Psychology Series of Spring Journal Books, Inc. He is the author of several books and numerous articles in the field of analytical psychology. Many of his publications are reproduced on his website.