The Philadelphia Jung Seminar, established in 1994, is a forum for advanced Jungian studies. The Seminar meets for 10 hours on eight weekends from September to December, then February to May. It provides an intimate framework for interactive, experiential engagement with Jungian theory. Each 10-hour weekend earns 10 Continuing Education credits for a total of 40 Continuing Education credits per semester.
Lectures and presentations involve required readings, in-depth discussion and occasional short “papers.” They are taught by Jungian analysts and experts in Jungian studies.
Participants are required to have a graduate degree, usually in psychology, psychiatry, social work, counseling or the expressive arts therapies. However, individuals with advanced degrees in other fields are also welcome to apply. The seminar invites all those with an interest in Jung and is a vehicle for bringing Jung to a broad community.
Applicants are also required to have completed some analytic hours with a certified Jungian analyst.
Participation in the seminar is a pre-requisite for those students who wish to pursue training as a Jungian Analyst.
Further information may be found on the Seminar Application.
Please contact Stephen A. Martin, PsyD at 610 896-7536 should you have further questions.