Mission

The C. G. Jung Society of the Triangle is an organization of people interested in learning about the work of Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung. Since 1983 we have offered lectures and workshops presented by Jungian analysts from across North America. People from various backgrounds and professions attend our programs. Non-members are welcomed at all lectures and workshops.

We are a diverse grass-roots society in the Triangle area,
interested in the life and work of C. G. Jung.

We are passionately moved by and deeply engaged
in the evolution of Jung’s paradigm of analytical psychology.

We are a forum to encourage and enhance the individuation of members and to promote the individual in community.

This is accomplished through lectures, workshops, small groups, experiential encounters, and retreats.

We also promote the messages that the many speakers we host present to us, as a courtesy to them and in an attempt to help those who might benefit from hearing them.


We strive to be a group that:

• Nurtures our search for meaning

• Nourishes our psyches

• Awakens our imaginations

• Helps heal our wounded parts

Free Community Talks

Free Salons, Chapel Hill Library, room A:

Saturday, May 4, 3pm
HAZELNUT WISDOM--
Practical, Mythical, Mystical
with Betty Lou Chaika, BFA, M.Ed

Saturday, June 8, 3pm
"FITCHER'S BIRD," A FAIRY TALE:
The Restorative Power of the Feminine in the Battle Against Evil with Penny Norris, PhD, Jungian analytical psychologist

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