We are now accepting applications for analytic training
The C.G. Jung Institute of New York
offers a post-graduate clinical training program to prepare qualified persons for a professional practice in Jungian analysis
. It is designed to meet the requirements for New York State licensure as a Psychoanalyst. The Institute also promotes and encourages research to advance the field of analytical psychology and, in collaboration with the New York Association for Analytical Psychology
, the Association for graduate analysts, offers continuing education and jointly sponsors the C.G. Jung Referral Service
, which provides referrals and supervised clinical experience to candidates. To encourage research and the dissemination of new ideas, the Institute publishes The Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice
, a peer-reviewed journal that is distributed free to all American Jungian analysts, candidates, and interested professionals.
The Training Program aims to graduate an analyst with personal and professional competence in both theory and clinical practice. Throughout training, the candidate will engage in personal analysis, supervised clinical practice and small classes that approach analytic work from a broad perspective. The curriculum provides an intensive study of the theories and practice of C.G. Jung and his followers, along with contemporary Jungian thought. Analytical psychology is studied in the context of an evolving psychological field wherein basic assumptions about human nature are critically assessed and applied to clinical theory and methods of practice.
The basic training philosophy, institutional policies, and teaching methods are geared towards open dialogue and critical discussion within a small class structure. The teaching and supervising faculty at the Jung Institute is distinguished with extensive clinical experience in psychoanalysis and backgrounds from a variety of disciplines.
In addition to experienced resident faculty, internationally known analysts also come to the Institute to present on the latest developments in analytical psychology. Among these have been James Astor, John Beebe, Ashok Bedi, Jerome Bernstein, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Joan Chodorow, Beverly and Austin Clarkson, Michael Conforti, Mary Dougherty, and James Hillman.