The C. G. Jung Club of Orange County (California) was established in 1974. 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. The Club has a website at www.junginoc.org as well as a Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/junginoc/
The Club warmly welcomes anyone with an interest in Jungian psychology and related fields. The Club was founded in 1922 by close associates of Carl Gustav Jung and continues today, building a community that explores Jung’s ideas and concepts. Regular lectures, seminars, and various small group activities (Reading Groups, Art Making Group, Film Viewing Group, and Embodied Jung) offer an open forum in which participants can share experiences and knowledge in an inviting environment. The Jung Club also produces a journal, Harvest. It is published annually and predominantly focuses on archetypal psychology. The Club Library stocks a rich and diverse range of material.
For more than sixty years, The Jung Center has served as a nonprofit resource unique to Houston—a forum for dynamic conversations on a diverse range of psychological, artistic, and spiritual topics. Our mission is to support the development of greater self-awareness, creative expression, and psychological insight—individually, in relationships, and within the community. The Jung Center provides pathways to find a deeper meaning in everyday life.
The Jung Society provides the general public and the professional community with the insights and tools of analytical psychology and related disciplines. Through programs, classes, visiting speakers, partners in like organizations, and electronic media, the Jung Society provides a platform for communal discussion regarding the personal and professional issues that confront us. The tools that these programs provide assist individuals, relationships, and societies in a dialogue that enhances understanding the unconscious dynamics that course through personal lives, cultural problems, and historic patterns.