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Registration Information

July 19–24, 2020
Letting Go, Letting In, Letting Be

July 24–25, 2020
A Weekend with Dr. James Hollis



Tuition for 2020 Jung on the Hudson Programs

Weeklong Seminar (July 19–24, 2020):

Before May 21, 2020: $995
After May 21, 2020: $1,100
A $600 deposit is required with registration; the balance is due by June 1, 2020.
Cancellations must be received in writing no later than May 21, 2020 for a refund, less $175 administrative fee.
15 CE credits are available.

Accommodations & Meals for Seminar Week
$795 per person includes five nights at the Beekman Arms and Delamater Inn, based on double occupancy; single supplement available at $395. Fee includes Continental Breakfast; two lunches, festive opening and closing dinners; daily coffee breaks with homemade fruit salad and local breads; and healthy afternoon snacks.


A Weekend with James Hollis (July 24–25, 2020):

Tuition is $295 + $25 service, taxes, and gratuities.
A $150 deposit is required with registration; the balance is due by May 21, 2020.
8 CE credits are available.

To inquire about weekend accommodations, call our office at 845.256.0191 or e-mail


How to Register

By Phone: Credit card registration accepted by phone at 845-256-0191.
Mail or Fax: Download (and print) the registration form HERE. If you are using postal mail, send the registration form and your check payable to the New York Center for Jungian Studies to:

New York Center for Jungian Studies
27 North Chestnut Street
New Paltz, NY 12561

Or fax the registration form with credit card information to: 845-256-0196.

Payment in full due by June 1, 2020. Participants may still register after this date, subject to availability of space.



Rhinebeck is easily accessible by train, bus, car, and plane at the three major New York City airports; Stewart International Airport in Newburgh, New York; and Albany International Airport.
If you have transportation questions, need help in booking your flight, or need driving directions, please contact our office at 845-256-0191, or e-mail, and we will be happy to help you make your plans.


Additional Information

Who May Participate: New York Center for Jungian Studies’ programs are open to the general public and mental health professionals. Arrangements can be made for family or friends interested in accompanying participants and not attending programs; call our office for more information. All rights are reserved to ask a participant to leave who is disruptive to a program.

Credits and Certificates: For the seminar week, 15 CE credits for psychologists and LCSW as well as MFT credits for California will be provided. For the James Hollis weekend, 8 CE credits will be available. See Information on Continuing Education Credit for Health Professionals for details. For those needing a certificate of attendance (without credits), a certificate by the New York Center for Jungian Studies will be issued upon request.

Cancellations and Refunds: Deposit refundable, less $175 administration fee per person, per program ($100 for the weekend program), if request is received in writing on or before May 21, 2020.

Trip Cancellation Insurance: Participants are urged to purchase travel insurance for losses necessitated by having to cancel participation. For your convenience, insurance information will be sent upon registration—or consult your own insurance agent.

Tax Deductions: Seminars of this type generally meet requirements for tax deductions.

Faculty and Changes: All rights are reserved by the program directors to make faculty substitutions and/or modify the program (including hotels) if needed. All rights are reserved to ask a participant to leave who is disruptive to a program.

Disclaimer of Responsibility: By registering for any or all of the New York Center for Jungian Studies programs, participant specifically waives any and all claims of action against the New York Center for Jungian Studies and its staff for damages, loss, injury, accident, or death incurred by any person in connection with these programs. The New York Center for Jungian Studies and its respective employees assume no responsibility or liability in connection with the service of any coach, train, vessel, carriage, aircraft, or other conveyance, which may be used wholly, or in part, in the performance of their duty to the passengers. Neither will the New York Center for Jungian Studies be responsible for any injury, death, loss, accident, delay, or irregularity through neglect or default of any company or person engaged in carrying out the purposes for which tickets, vouchers, or coupons are issued, or monies collected. No responsibility is accepted for losses or expenses due to sickness, weather, strikes, wars and/or other causes. In the event it becomes necessary or advisable for any reason whatsoever to alter the itinerary or arrangements, including faculty and/or hotel substitutions, such alterations may be made without penalty.