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The Round Table Associates (RTA) sponsors lectures and discussions on topics related to Jung's work for all levels at the Media Friends Meeting House. Contact DrBalthrop@BodySoulWorks.com or 610-891-7123; jungroundtable.org




Assisi Conferences and Seminars with Michael Conforti, et al.  For programs in Vermont, Oregon, Florida, and Italy, contact 802.254.6220; www.assisiconferences.com.


The C. G. Jung Foundation of New York presents lectures, workshops, and courses: 212.697.6430;  CGJUNGNY@aol.com, http://www.cgjungny.org


The C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago presents lectures, workshops, and courses: 800.697.7679; Jung@jungchicago.org; www.jungchicago.org.


The C. G. Jung Institute, Zurich, offers intensive study programs in Kusnacht, Switzerland. http://www.junginstitut.ch


The Friends Conference On Religion and Psychology http://fcrp.quaker.org  or  202-726-8158.


The Jung Society of the Chesapeake Bay presents programs throughout the year; 410.822.7402; 410.647.2772.


Jungian Seminars in Switzerland presents extended seminars (one or two weeks), summer and winter: 800.258.     3533


Lapis Retreat on lake Zurich offers body-centered Jungian analysis in Switzerland; one-on-one format or small groups:www.lapisretreat.org.


The New York Center for Jungian Studies with Aryeh Maidenbaum et al. presents Jung on the Hudson and study tours in Ireland and elsewhere: 212.689.8238, http://www.nyjungcenter.org


The International Association for Jungian Studies provides a forum and focus for work being done in Jungian and Post-Jungian studies all over the world. Scholars, clinicians, clergy, artists and others with a professional or scholarly interest are invited. In collaboration with Routledge, IAJS publishes the International Journal for Jungian Studies. For further information, contact Don Fredericksen (dlf10@cornell.edu) or Leslie Gardener (leslieann@ukonline.co.uk); http://www.jungianstudies.org


  National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP) represents an effort to reunite psychoanalytic schools of thought. It was monitor standards of psychoanalytic training institutes and works toward the recognition of psychoanalysis as a separate profession. It sponsors special membership functions and educational workshops, scientific conferences, and provides opportunity for professional contributions. Visit www.naap.org or contact Margery Quackenbush (mq@naap.org) at (212) 741 0515.


The Jung Society of Washington is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt educational membership society open to all who are interested in learning more about the psychology of Carl Gustav Jung. Programs include lectures, workshops, book explorations, and Evenings With invited speakers. A small but excellent lending library is available to members.  www.jung.org