The Philadelphia Association of Jungian Analysts (PAJA) provides a temenos for the ongoing teaching and exploration of the concepts and theories of Carl Gustav Jung, founder of Analytical Psychology.
We offer a number of programs with varying opportunities to engage in the study of Jungian thought and practice, and we welcome all who are interested:
- The C.G. Jung Institute of Philadelphia – An analysts' training program that operates in conjunction with the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts (IRSJA)
- The Philadelphia Jung Seminar – A monthly intensive seminar for those seeking a setting in which to study and engage deeply with the concepts of Analytical Psychology. Our faculty are all Jungian Analysts, scholars in their field of study, or both. Participation in this Seminar also can fulfill the prerequisite seminar experience for clinicians who are eligible for application to analytic training with the IRSJA
- Public Programs – A series of programs that are designed for everyone with an interest in psyche—the general public, individuals from a wide variety of disciplines and backgrounds, and clinical practitioners who are seeking to learn more about Jungian psychology in a relaxed and informal communal setting. Our events offer the opportunity to hear from presenters on the cutting edge of Depth Psychology, both nationally and internationally. This format includes audience dialogue to enhance its richness and community spirit.
Location: Ethical Society, 1906 Rittenhouse Sq, Philadelphia, PA
Contact for information about lectures and events:
Dr. Sarah Braun
Contact for information about Jung Workshop series: Lisa Marchiano
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The Philadelphia Association of Jungian Analysts also serves as a professional organization consisting of certified Jungian analysts who are graduates of training institutes approved by the International Association for Analytical Psychology. In addition to offering the programs above, PAJA attends to the maintenance of ethical and professional standards in the practice of Jungian analysis.