C G Jung Society of Melbourne Inc

Join us in the quest for wholeness through Jungian archetypes of duality and integration

A forum established in 1962 for discussion, exploration and continued development and application of the concepts espoused by the Swiss psychoanalyst - Carl Gustav Jung

Executive Committee

President    -    Dr Juliana Kaya Prpic   
president@jungsocietymelbourne.com

Juliana Kaya Prpic works in higher education as both a teachrr and researcher into the processes by which we learn an develop throughout our lives. She uses imagery, psychodrama and reflection to facilitate both personal and group development.  Juliana is very close to completing a diploma at the C G Jung Institute in Zurich


Vice President    -    Sheila Lamont-Stacey   


Janice Kent-Mackenzie

Public Officer / Honorary Secretary / Webmaster    -   
Janice Kent-Mackenzie    03 9527 3546
info@jungsocietymelbourne.com
Janice's life experience ranges from life on large pastoral stations in Western Queensland and The Kimberley, administrative work, horticulture, plus 30 years work & study in the creative arts industries (sculpture, art history and music). In 1998-1999 she did Shamanic workshops with Hank Wesselman in California and was a member of IONS.  Janice moved to Melbourne in 2009 to study Civil Ceremonies. and discovered a love of opera instead.  She was Treasurer of the Jung Society from 2012-2016.


John Power

Honorary Treasurer / Numinous -   John Power    treasurer@jungsocietymelbourne.com
John has worked over the last 30 years as a spirituality andphilosophy educator in schools in Australia and the UK and as an Anglican priest training clergy and lay people in creative responses to Australia’s shifting spiritual landscape. He is an excellent facilitator and currently works full-time educating and creating programs which focus on innovative ways of approaching myth and archetype in spirituality. He runs the website archetypalspirituality.org

General Committee:

Catherine O'Dwyer

Honorary Librarian    -   Catherine O'Dwyer   librarian@jungsocietymelbourne.com
Catherine O’Dwyer has a diploma in Library and Information Studies and is currently working in the Senior Library at a High School. Previously, she was employed at Book Affair in Carlton for fourteen years.  She has studied bookbinding and now has a passion for printmaking.   Other voluntary Library positions include a year at the Jewish Holocaust Museum and eighteen months at the State Library of Victoria cataloguing printmaking collections in the Rare Books department.


Johnnny Heng

Meet-Up Group    -    Johnny Heng    03 9645 4941  
www.meetup.com/en-AU/C-G-Jung-Society-of-Melbourne-Inc/
While still in his early twenties, Johnny encountered a book about Jung when trawling shelves at a theosophical bookshop in Sydney. He went on to purchase his own copy of the Collected Works.  Since then his journey and interest in the world of Jung has been unending. Johnny's particular interests are dreams and meditation.


Tim Falkiner

Audio-visual recording    -    Tim Falkiner
Tim has lectured to the Jung Society on ‘Jung, Art and Victorian Feminine Emancipation’ (2016), and ‘The Zone of the Pokies Addict (2009) . He is also working on ‘Models of the Mind’ for the Australian Hypnotherapists Association.


John Noack

Sound Technician / Life Member    -      John Noack
John joined the Jung Society in 1975, was President from 1980-1982, and has been on the Committee more or less ever since.  His lectures to the Society include: Jung and Spiritual Science (1978), Myth and Development (1979) and The Bible & the Psyche (1988). In 1982 he coordinated two highly successful film festivals for the Society: 'The Jungian Approach to Films'  and 'Primoridal Images in Film'.


Disclaimers

The CG Society of Melbourne Inc does not endorse, and is not to be held responsible for the content of any lecture or advertisement; nor is any information or statement emanating from its Executive Officers, Committee Members, Guest Speaker or member of this Society to be construed as personal advice, or as a substitute for professional counselling and/or therapy.

While the CG Society of Melbourne is proud of its published Annual Program Booklet, it is produced by a volunteer organisation, and printing errors do occur.  This website is updated regularly and is to be considered the 'last word' regarding all aspects of any event or activity.

Refund Policy

A minimum 50% deposit is required for Registration in all workshops, courses and other events presented by the C G Jung Society of Melbourne.  Refunds for monies received (less $25 admin fee) will be issued upon receipt of written requests 7-days PRIOR to the the workshop, course or event.  If less than 7-days notice,  50% of the 'full fee' may be refunded.  No refunds will be given once the event, course or workshop has already commenced before notice is received.

Registrations:

  • Consumer Affairs Victoria registration - A0009381F

  • Australian ABN - 26 221 805 217

Constitution

In keeping with the requirements of the Associations Incorporation Reform Regulations of 2012 a new Constitution was adopted by The C G Jung Society of Melbourne Inc at its AGM on 28th April 2014 .  It has since been registered and approved by Consumer Affairs Victoria, and may be downloaded HERE.

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