Jungian Psychotherapy

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Jungian Institutes Around the World

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Recommended Links

Courtesy of The Jung Institute of New York

    • CGJungPage – One of the most extensive Jungian resources online, including, articles and reviews, etc.
    • C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology sponsors numerous programs and classes on Jungian psychology for the public and professionals in New York City.
    • NYAAP – The New York Association for Analytical Psychology is a Professional Society of Jungian Analysts based in the Greater New York Metropolitan Area, with members throughout the United States and Canada. Members of NYAAP offer Jungian Analysis to the public and disseminate and develop Jung’s ideas through public lectures and scholarship.
    • The Kristine Mann Library – Located in New York, this library contains a wealth of information on Jung, psychology and mythology.
    • ARAS – The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism. An extensive collection of images for use in the amplification of dreams, literature, and culture. The archive illustrates the universality from ancient to modern times of archetypal themes produced by the symbol-making process operating within the human psyche.
    • Inner City Books – With Daryl Sharp as publisher and general editor, Inner City Books has now published more than 100 authoritative works on many themes, all promoting the understanding and practical application of Jungian psychology, all of which are written by Jungian analysts.
    • Eranos – An annual conference in Switzerland, Eranos has been occurring for over 70 years now, and has been closely tied to Jungian, mythological and religious investigation.
    • The Philemon Foundation is preparing for publication the Complete Works of C.G. Jung in English and German. In distinction to the widely known Collected Works, it is intended that the Complete Works will comprise manuscripts, seminars, and correspondence hitherto unpublished or believed “lost” that will number in tens of thousands of pages. They also publish Jung History, a bi-annual journal on the history of Carl Jung.
    • Harvest International Journal for Jungian Studies is published by the Jung Club of London.
    • Parabola is a quarterly journal of myth, tradition and the search for meaning. Every issue explores one of the facets of human existence from the point of view of as many of the world’s religious and spiritual traditions as possible, through the prism of story and symbol, myth, ritual, and sacred teachings.
    • Carl Gustave Jung has some introductory information and an essay by Jung, “On the Relation of Analytical Psychology to Poetry”.
    • The Alchemy Website has texts, imagery, articles, and over 100 megabytes online of information on alchemy in all its facets. Divided into over 1300 sections and providing tens of thousands of pages of text, over 2000 images, over 200 complete alchemical texts, extensive bibliographical material on the printed books and manuscripts, numerous articles, introductory and general reference material on alchemy. This site is organised by Adam McLean, the well known authority on alchemical texts and symbolism, author and publisher of over 40 books on alchemical and Hermetic ideas.
    • The Societe Francaise de Psychologie Analytique

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    Dr. Jung’s Own Writings

    • Jung, C. G., Harris, J., & Woolfson, T. (2016). The quotable Jung. Princeton, NJ, US: Princeton University Press.
    • Jung, C. G., & Giffard, I. (2010). ‘The hope that we might find a way . . .’: A birthday interview with C. G. Jung in his 80th year. In G. Heuer, G. Heuer (Eds.), Sacral revolutions: Reflecting on the work of Andrew Samuels — Cutting edges in psychoanalysis and Jungian analysis (pp. 5-12). New York, NY, US: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
    • Jung, C. G., & Stein, M. (1999). On Christianity. Princeton, NJ, US: Princeton University Press.
    • Jung, C. G., & Jarrett, J. L. (1998). Jung’s seminar on Nietzsche’s Zarathustra., Abridged ed. Princeton, NJ, US: Princeton University Press.
    • Jung, C. G., & Douglas, C. (1997). Visions: Notes of the seminar given in 1930–1934 by C. G. Jung, Vol. 2. Princeton, NJ, US: Princeton University Press.
    • Jung, C. G., & Chodorow, J. (1997). Jung on active imagination. Princeton, NJ, US: Princeton University Press.
    • Jung, C. G., & Shamdasani, S. (1996). The psychology of Kundalini yoga: Notes of the seminar given in 1932 by C. G. Jung. Princeton, NJ, US: Princeton University Press.
    • Freud, S., Jung, C. G., McGuire, W., McGlashan, A., Manheim, R., & Hull, R. C. (1994). The Freud/Jung letters: The correspondence between Sigmund Freud and C. G. Jung., Abridged ed. Princeton, NJ, US: Princeton University Press.
    • Jung, C. G., & Segal, R. A. (1992). The Gnostic Jung. Princeton, NJ, US: Princeton University Press.
    • Jung, C. G., & Hinkle, B. M. (1991). Psychology of the unconscious: A study of the transformations and symbolisms of the libido: A contribution to the history of the evolution of thought. Princeton, NJ, US: Princeton University Press.
    • Jung, C. G., & Hull, R. C. (1990). The basic writings of C. G. Jung. Princeton, NJ, US: Princeton University Press.
    • Jung, C. G. (1987). The association method: Lecture III. The American Journal Of Psychology, 100(3-4), 489-509.
    • Jung, C. G. (1971). Psychological types. Princeton, NJ, US: Princeton University Press.
    • Jung, C. G., & Hisamatsu, S. (1968). On the unconscious, the self and the therapy: A dialogue. Psychologia: An International Journal Of Psychology In The Orient, 11(1-2), 25-32.
    • Jung, C. G. (1963). Memories, dreams, reflections. New York, NY, US: Crown Publishing Group/Random House.
    • Jung, C. G. (1962). Symbols of transformation: An analysis of the prelude to a case of schizophrenia. (2 vols.). Oxford, England: Harper.
    • Jung, C. G., & Hinkle, B. M. (1916). Psychology of the unconscious: A study of the transformations and symbolisms of the libido: A contribution to the history of the evolution of thought. Princeton, NJ, US: Princeton University Press.
    • Jung, C. G. (1959). Collected works. Vol. IX, Pt. I. The archetypes and the collective unconscious. Oxford, England: Patheon.
    • Jung, C. G. (1959). The basic writings of C. G. Jung. Oxford, England: Modern Library.
    • Jung, C. G. (1956). Psychotherapists or the clergy. Pastoral Psychology, 7(63), 27-44.
    • Jung, C. G. (1910). The association method. The American Journal Of Psychology, 21(2), 219-269.

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    References

    • Falzeder, E. (2020). Freud and Jung on Freud and Jung. The Journal of Analytical Psychology, 65(1), 116–135. https://doi-org.sonoma.idm.oclc.org/10.1111/1468-5922.12569
    • Furlotti, N. (2010). Angels and Idols; Los Angeles, A City of Contrasts, In T. Singer (Ed.), Psyche and the City: A Soul’s Guide to the Modern Metropolis. New Orleans: Spring Journal Books.
    • Furlotti, N. (2010). Tracing a Red Thread: Synchronicity and Jung’s Red Book. Psychological Perspectives Vol. 53, issue 4, pp. 455-478.
    • Furlotti, N. (2012). Film review of, A most Dangerous Method. Psychological Perspectives, Vol. 55, Issue 2, 2012.
    • Furlotti, N. (2014), Restorying the Self: Transiency and healing in the Post-Modern Condition. In 2013 IAAP Congress Proceedings, Switzerland: Diamon Verlag Publications.
    • Furlotti, N. (2014). The Popol Vuh, creation myth of the Quiché Maya, amplified from a Jungian psychological perspective. UMI Number: 3628164, Ann Arbor, MI: ProQuest Publications.
    • Furlotti, N. (2016). Companions on the Way: Consciousness in conflict. In E. Shalit & M. Stein, (Eds), Turbulent Times, Creative Minds: Erich Neumann and C. G. Jung in Relationship (1933-1960) (p. 45). North Carolina: Chiron Publication.
    • Furlotti, N. (2016). Narcissism in the home, p. 149, and Narcissism in our collective home: American culture, p. 201. In L. Cruz & S. Buser. (Eds). (2016). A clear and present danger: Narcissism in the era of Donald Trump. North Carolina: Chiron Publications.
    • Furlotti, N. (2016). Revisiting the Well at the Dawn of Life. In 2016 IAAP Congress Proceedings, Switzerland: Diamon Verlag Publications.
    • Furlotti, N., Shamdasani, S., Harris, J., Peck, J. (2012), Jung after The Red Book, In 2010 IAAP congress Proceedings, Switzerland: Diamon Verlag Publications.
    • Hannah, Barbara (2006). The Archetypal Symbolism of Animals. Wilmette, Il: Chiron Publications.
    • Hoss, R. J. (2019). Carl Jung and analytical psychology. In R. J. Hoss & R. P. Gongloff (Eds.), Dreams: Understanding biology, psychology, and culture., Vol. 2. (pp. 434–448). Greenwood Press/ABC-CLIO.
    • Jung, C. G. & White, V. (2007). The Jung-White letters. A. Lammers & A. Cunningham (Eds.). Princeton, NY: Princeton University Press.
    • Loewe, A. (2015). I would like to eat some fruit with you: theological positions in the correspondence between Jung and Neumann. In E. Shalit & M. Stein (Eds.), Turbulent times, creative minds – Erich Neumann and C.G. Jung in relationship (1933-1960). Asheville, NC: Chiron.
    • Melo, W., & Resende, P. H. C. de. (2020). The impact of James’s Varieties of Religious Experience on Jung’s work. History of Psychology, 23(1), 62–76. https://doi-org.sonoma.idm.oclc.org/10.1037/hop0000128
    • Radin, P. (2018). On Freud, Adler and Jung. In G. Walker (Ed.), Jung and sociological theory: Readings and appraisal. (pp. 41–44). Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
    • Shalit, E. (2012). Self, meaning and the transient personality. Montreal 2010, Facing multiplicity: Psyche, nature, culture. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Diamon Verlag.
    • Shalit, E. & Furlotti, S. N., (Eds.), (2013). The Dream and its Amplification, Skiatook, OK: Fischer King Press.
    • Shalit, E. & Stein, M. (2016). Turbulent times, creative minds – Erich Neumann and C.G. Jung in relationship (1933-1960). Asheville, NC: Chiron.
    • Shamdasani, S. (Ed.) (2009). The red book. New York: W. W. Norton Press.
    • Whitney, L. (2018). Consciousness in Jung and Patañjali. Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

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