Photo: view of mountains and upper and lower lakes in Killarney National Park, County Kerry.
A Special Program with the Monks of Glenstal Abbey
April 12–18, 2021
April 19–26, 2021
Rich in history, alive with impeccable natural beauty, and steeped in mythology, Ireland once again provides a unique and inspiring setting for our 20th annual Jung in Ireland programs.
While our spring 2020 programs in Ireland were postponed — the first time in 19 years — due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, we are pleased that our faculty has agreed to join us in 2021. We are confident that our two programs will be as meaningful and stimulating as ever — an unforgettable experience. 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 (all with a common interest in Jungian ideas); interact with the dynamic monks of Glenstal Abbey, and engage with internationally known Jungian analysts and authors.
As was the plan for 2020, the programs will be based in Ennis and Killarney where we will enjoy superb, deluxe hotels - The Old Ground Hotel in Ennis and the Park Hotel in Killarney, with both providing outstanding Irish hospitality and cuisine. We know you will enjoy their overall ambiance.
Complete program details including full description of both programs, faculty bios, daily schedules, and hotel information, will be available soon and posted on our website. Be sure to sign-up to receive our e-mails as well.
We look forward to seeing you in Ireland in 2021. In the meantime, our best wishes for you and your loved ones to stay safe.
Aryeh Maidenbaum and Diana Rubin
Directors, New York Center for Jungian Studies