Due to the COVID-19 health risk, starting in September 2020 all our programs are being presented online via Zoom. Given the current uncertainty, unrest, and economic repercussions, we feel a responsibility to the Jungian community at large to offer these programs free of charge, and this will also be an opportunity for the Club to enrich and expand its own local community.
While we will avoid many of the expenses required for in-person programs, we will continue to incur other organizational costs which will ensure that, when we do meet again in person, we will be able to do so in a seamless way. Therefore, we ask those of you who have held memberships to please renew, and we also ask those who attend our on-line programs to consider becoming a member or making a donation. Both of these are tax-deductible.
Although there is no charge for our Zoom programs, pre-registration is required for all programs. You will only be able to access each Zoom program if you have registered. There is no deadline for registration.
Click on the event dates below for complete information for each program, including program registration links. We will be offering CEUs for each program for $15, requiring a separate CEU registration and online credit card payment; CEU registration links are found on each event's web page.
When speakers give permission, recordings are made of each program and are linked to from the program's listing on our Past Programs page.
Steven Galipeau, MA, MDiv
Fairy Tales and the Psyche
Willow Young, LMFT
Eros and the Value of Relatedness:
Jung and Ochwiay Biano and the Lineage of an Enduring Friendship
Robert Moradi, MD
Gifts and Perils of Aging:
Psychological Development During Later Phase of Life
The Club is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Membership fees and donations to the Club are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowable under the law.
The Club was established in 1974 and most recently updated its Articles of Association in 2015 and its Bylaws in 2020. The founding President was Peter P. Coukoulis. Its purpose is to promote an interest in, and understanding of, Jungian Psychology and to cultivate a collegial environment in which participants can experience personal development and growth. Each year it sponsors a Jungian Conference 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 (including a complete set of Jung’s Collected Works) for use by its members.