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27th Annual Seminar Series
Rhinebeck, New York

This seminar series offers a unique opportunity for participants with diverse backgrounds to meet and explore their common interest in the psychology of C.G. Jung.

Open to all individuals as well as mental health professionals, these programs are designed to meet the need of those interested in exploring the relevance of Jung’s ideas to their personal lives and/or professional activities.

Our experienced and supportive staff is known for the personal care of participants—from the first inquiries to arrival at seminar sites and continuing on through the program itself. We believe that, in addition to the high quality of the program content, this personal care sets our seminars and study tours apart from other such programs. Our staff is always available to help participants with travel plans as well as suggestions for those who would like to arrive early or stay longer to explore all that the Hudson Valley has to offer.

We hope you will join us in the scenic and historic Hudson Valley this summer and enjoy a true learning vacation as we present meaningful content from an outstanding international faculty, combined with deluxe accommodations and gourmet meals.


July 19-24, 2020

Letting Go, Letting In, Letting Be

Letting go is learning to live with ambiguity, learning to live with the unknown. And it is just that kind of space where we might encounter our undiscovered Self, perhaps the one we have been seeking all our lives.

During this weeklong seminar, through a combination of presentations and workshops led by outstanding analysts and authors, we will explore the dynamics at work in this dilemma that we all experience at some point in our lives and in the lives of our patients.



July 24-25, 2020

A Weekend with Dr. James Hollis

Join Dr James Hollis, internationally acclaimed Jungian analyst, on Friday evening and all day Saturday for stimulating lectures and discussion