(continued from Our History)
The Annual WSJP Members’ Day “Festival of Workshops”
continues to attract new members. In 2002, April Barrett, board member since
1995 and program director and vice president since 1997, accepts the position
of the Jung Society’s first Executive Director.
In 2003, distinguished Jungian analyst and author Murray
Stein delivers a lecture and workshop:
“Answer to Job.” For the
2004-2005 academic year, the theme, “The Symbolic Life,” informs the curriculum.
In 2006, the JAAGMA organization teams with the Smithsonian
Institution Residents Association to present “Dreams, Myths, and Symbols: Freud, Jung, and The Battle of the
Unconscious Mind,” drawing participation and support from the WJSP membership.
The WJSP organizes its lecture series on year-based themes, including the Archetype
of the Self, the Living Psyche, the Wisdom of the Psyche, and the Creative
Unconscious. The organization’s newsletter becomes available through e-mail or
by downloading from the organization’s website, <jung.org>. With the goal
of improving the organization’s online visibility and making it easier for
searchers to locate, in 2007, the WSJP changes its name to the Jung Society of
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