Presenting the 20th Annual
Jung in Ireland
Rich in history, alive with impeccable natural beauty, and steeped in mythology, Ireland once again provides the setting for our spring travel programs.
Notwithstanding the pandemic that has challenged us all and prevented us from traveling, we are pleased to be able to return to Ireland and continue our annual tradition of Jung in Ireland programs. We feel pleased and proud that this coming Spring of 2022 will mark our 20th anniversary—two decades of participants joining us from around the world in an exploration of C.G. Jung’s work and related themes.
Rich in history, alive with impeccable natural beauty and steeped in mythology, Ireland provides a magical, inspiring setting. Open to individuals from all fields as well as mental health professionals, our programs provide an extraordinary opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with participants from diverse backgrounds and to interact with the dynamic monks of Glenstal Abbey and internationally known Jungian analysts and authors.
A combination of inspired content, magical settings, superb accommodations, and gourmet meals provide an unforgettable experience, and a unique and a meaningful learning vacation.
We invite you to join us for one or both unique programs and experience the magical setting of Ireland!
—Aryeh Maidenbaum and Diana Rubin, Directors, New York Center for Jungian Studies
Learn more about our 2022 programs in Ireland…
March 28-April 3, 2022
A weeklong program with Thomas Elsner, John Hill, Nóirín Ní Riain, Sylvia Brinton Perera, Monika Wikman, and the Monks of Glenstal Abbey.
April 4-11, 2022
A weeklong seminar with Ashok Bedi, Lionel Corbett, Christine Downing, Michael Gibbons, Erik Goodwyn, Aryeh Maidenbaum, Sylvia Brinton Perera, Susan M. Tiberghien.
Special Arrangements for attending both programs:
For those participating in both the Glenstal and Seminar programs, overnight accommodations will be provided at the Castletroy Park Hotel in Limerick on April 3 and transportation included to the Park Hotel in Killarney on April 4.