The C.G. Jung Institute of New York
, originally formed in 1962, was Chartered by the New York State Board of Regents in 1975 as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational institution (to obtain a copy of our most recent IRS Form 990, please click here
), and is accredited by the American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis to offer training leading to certification as a psychoanalyst. Currently, to comply with the new law leading to Professional Licensure in Psychoanalysis, the Institute is registered with New York State as a program that leads to New York State Licensure in Psychoanalysis. The Institute is authorized by the International Association for Analytical Psychology, the governing body of Jungian analysts, to administer a Jungian training program
. The C. G. Jung Institute of NY is Accredited by the American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis (ABAP).
The C.G. Jung CenterThe Jung Institute has its offices in the C. G. Jung Center building at 29 East 39th Street, New York City. Other Jungian organizations at the same location are as follows:
The vast resources of these organizations are available to all students of the Institute.
- The C. G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology and Foundation Book Store The C.G. Jung Foundation of New York 212-697-6430
- The New York Association for Analytical Psychology (NYAAP) 646-522-6922
- The Kristine Mann Library (KML) 212-697-7877
- The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (ARAS) 212-697-3480
- The Analytical Psychology Club of New York (APC)
The Kristine Mann Library houses an extensive collection in the field of analytical psychology and other related disciplines. ARAS, a unique symbol library, contains a wide range of imagery of cultural and religious importance. The C.G. Jung Foundation runs educational programs and a Book Service for the public and publishes the journal, Quadrant, devoted to the work of Jung.
Administering a Jungian institute in New York has the advantages not only of the organizations of the Jung Center, but also access to faculty and supervisers with extensive experience and a wide variety of backgrounds. The Institute draws candidates not only from throughout the United States, but also from other countries
Through the C.G. Jung Referral Service and the clinical work of its students, the Institute provides low and moderate fee Jungian analysis services to the greater New York community.
Officers and members of the Board of Directors
- Laurie Schapira, R.N., M.S.N., LP - President
- Richard C. Lewis, MD - Vice President
- Lena B. Ross, Ph.D., LP - Secretary
- Ronald A. Grant, MD, D. Min., LP - Treasurer & Chair of the Review Committee
- Lisa Fawcett, L.C.S.W., LP - Director of Admissions
- Sylvia Perera, M.A., LP - Director of Curriculum & Faculty
- Maria de los Angeles Taveras, L.C.S.W. - Chair of Outreach & Development Committee
- Kevin Foley, JD -Public Member
- Jay Sherry, Ph.D. - Public Member
Editor, Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice
Office and Registrar - 212-986-5458