An ongoing monthly seminar providing an in-depth study of the substance of C.G. Jung’s work—the how and why of his ideas, as well as practical applications. Each semester, participants will meet for four sessions under the tutelage of diplomate Jungian analysts. A variety of subjects will be taught, including structure and dynamics of the psyche, complexes and psychopathology, dream interpretation, and archetypes of the collective unconscious. The seminar is open to the general public and it is a prerequisite for application to the Analyst Training Program. Participants must have some background in Jungian psychology and be in analysis at least two hours a month with a diplomate Jungian analyst with membership in the International Association for Analytical Psychology. * **
WHEN: 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.with an hour lunch break.
Section 1:Saturday February 2, Saturday March 2, Saturday April 13, Saturday May 4
Section (only offered if Saturday is full):Sunday February 3, Sunday March 3, *Saturday April 13, *Saturday May 4
WHERE: 1776 South Jackson, Denver, CO 80210; Conference room B
COST: $530 if full payment is postmarked by December 31st .
After December 31st, $580. Tuition includes $100 non- refundable registration fee and must be paid in full by January 27th. You may pay the $100 fee in advance to hold your place. Tuition, less registration fee, refunded up to 10 days prior to first class. Return check charge: $20.
Send checks payable to the C.G. Jung Institute of CO to:
Jung Institute, 1776 S. Jackson # 203, Denver, CO 80210.
Limited class size. Early registration recommended.
For further information, call the C.G. Jung Institute303- 831-9209.
*The International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) is the internationally recognized body for credentialing Jungian analysts. The Analyst Training Program of the C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado is fully accredited by the IAAP.
**Concurrent analysis may be waived for students who have completed 100 hours with an IAAP analyst.
Spring 2019 Study Group Instructors and Topics
This season, we will take an in-depth look at Jung’s work with archetypal material in the culture, religion and the stages of life.
- February 2 (& 3) – Mark Palmer, “The Cultural Perspective”
- March 2 (& 3) – Nancy Ortenberg, “Aion: Images of the Self”
- April 13 -Ann Ulanov (guest analyst from New York), “Trauma: Suffering and Transcendence”
- May 4 – Jeff Kiehl, “On Life and Death”