The C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco is a non-profit organization providing advanced training for licensed mental-health professionals, therapeutic services and educational and cultural events for the general public. The Institute was the first Jungian Analytical Training program in the world, and our roots go back to the founding of San Francisco’s Medical Society for Analytical Psychology in 1943. Our extensive analytical psychology library and the Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (ARAS) are available for research.
In addition to certifying licensed mental-health professionals as Jungian analysts, we also offer a two-year, pre-doctoral internship program that is approved by the California Psychology Internship Council (CAPIC) through The James Goodrich Whitney Center for Psychotherapy, which provides Jungian psychotherapy on a sliding-scale basis.
Whether you wish to deepen your understanding of the psyche for professional or personal reasons, the Institute offers many opportunities for you to access what Jungian analytical psychology has to offer.