The Jung Society of Washington is guided by a desire to enhance a deeper understanding of the unconscious dynamics that course through our personal lives, our culture, and our historic patterns. Through programs, classes, visiting speakers, online media, and partnerships with like-minded organizations, we strive to create a forum where the principles, insights, and tools of analytical psychology are accessible to both the general public and to professionals. Our goal is to provide continuous education for living a purposeful and creative life and for building a more conscious and thoughtful community.
LECTURES & WORKSHOPS
COURSES & A FILM NIGHT
AN EVENING WITH.... A DAY WITH...
Lectures are the programs that serves the largest audience at the lowest price; it's a 90-minute program, including Q & A.
Courses are comprised of four to six class sessions held weekly. Because of their size, James Hollis' are 90-minutes and held in the church sanctuary; all others are two hours and held in the Jung Society Library.
An Evening With . . . is a 90-minute (usually) salon, held in the Jung Society Library, where attendance is limited to 20 or fewer.