The C.G. Jung Society of Colorado was founded in 1976, and is dedicated to bringing lectures and other presentations related to Jungian psychology to the general public. Our lectures are held monthly during the academic year, and the cost is modest. We seek presenters who are Jungian analysts, psychotherapists, artists, teachers, religious leaders — people interested in sharing their experience of, and research in, this ever-expanding field of study. The lectures are aimed at a wide audience, all the way from the curious novice to the experienced Jungian analyst. Since its inception, the Jung Society board has been made up of individuals with an interest, indeed a passion, for Jung’s ideas and those of modern Jungian theorists. We want to share that passion with our community.
NEW LOCATIONIn February 2015, we relocated to a new venue, the Park Hill Congregational Church (U.C.C.) at 2600 Leyden Street in Denver.
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