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Twenty-three years ago, when we first began presenting Jungian programs in the Hudson Valley, we had no idea that this program would become an annual, internationally recognized event in the world of analytical psychology. Over the years, we have always selected themes of personal interest and have chosen presenters from whom we wished to learn.
In this way, our seminars have enabled us to share and deepen our own interest in Jung’s work while attracting presenters and participants from all over the U.S. and abroad. Our program is open to the general public—ideal for individuals interested in their own personal development—as well as mental-health professionals who want to incorporate Jung’s psychology and ideas into their practice.
Providing ample time for discussion, dialogue, and workshops, as well as interaction with exceptional faculty, these high-quality seminars also offer a wonderful way to make new friends and connect with people who share similar interests.
We invite you to join us in the charming, historic village of Rhinebeck to explore the wisdom of Carl Jung with some of today’s most outstanding teachers and authors in the world of Jungian psychology.
— Aryeh Maidenbaum and Diana Rubin, Directors, New York Center for Jungian Studies
For 20 years, we have prided ourselves on offering meaningful and in-depth content, while also providing superior accommodations and gourmet meals. Once again we are delighted to be holding the Jung on the Hudson summer seminar series in the picturesque village of Rhinebeck, New York — just 90 miles from New York City. It is is a perfect spot for exploring the scenic Hudson Valley, with its hiking and nature trails, historic mansions, vineyards, and stunning river views.
Internationally renowned, the historic Beekman Arms and Delamater Inn complex in the center of Rhinebeck will provide us with both beautiful and modern conference facilities and deluxe accommodations for our seminar.
The village offers a variety of restaurants, cafes, boutiques , book stores, and art galleries. The local neighborhood provides opportunities for a morning walk or afternoon run through tree-lined streets.
Join us and discover the refreshingly beautiful countryside of New York’s Hudson Valley.
Rhinebeck is easily accessible by means of a 90-minute train ride along the majestic Hudson River from New York City or by bus or car.