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

Friday Meetings

Meetings of the Society are normally held on the THIRD Friday of each MONTH, February through November. 
  Note:  The December meeting is held on the second Friday of the month.

NOTE:  In some years the meeting date in April may change due to how Easter is placed,
ie in 2014 the April meeting (and AGM) was held on the the fourth Friday - 25th April.

A supper of tea/coffee and a delicious selection of light nibbles are freely available.
Members of the public are welcome to attend all meetings. Prior registration is not required. 

For further information contact the Secretary - info@jungsocietymelbourne.com

Venue

Habitat Uniting Church (St David's Centre)
2 Mont Albert Rd, Canterbury, VIC  3126  (corner of Burke Rd)  

The Entrance Foyer into the meeting is located on Mont Albert Rd - between the Hall and the Church.
(scroll to the bottom of this page for a directions and a map of how to find us)

Door Admission

  • Members       Free
  • Visitors          $20
  • Concession   $10
    (Students with photo ID & holders of Australian Pension and/or Health Care card)
  • Members of interstate and international Jung Societies   Free

Library        6.30pm - 10.00pm

During Monthly Meetings, the Society's extensive Book, Tape, CD and Video Library is open to members prior to and after the Guest Lecture.  (See LIBRARY OVERVIEW)

Discussion of Selected Topic       7.00pm - 7.45pm

Each month an article or essay is chosen for reading, review and discussion.  It is made sent to members with the Meeting Reminder email about a week prior to the meeting as well as posted for download on the Event page for the month.   The analysis and discussion is conducted informally with a view to stimulate and provoke - often making for a very lively (and sometimes challenging) session.

Discussions are alternately (and occasionally jointly) facilitated by former Jung Society Presidents: Mary Duffy and Annette Lowe. To get the most out of the Discussion, and importantly, to contribute to the Discussion, reading of the set material is essential.

Non-members are welcome. This group meets in the Club Room.

Guest Lecture              8.00pm - 9.30pm

The lecture program covers a plethora of topics tailored to relate and restate Jung and his ideas to the issues that abound in contemporary society.  These are delivered by local, national, and international speakers: academics, psycho-therapy and analyst professionals and Jung Society members. A complete list of lecture titles over the last 50 years can be found in the Library section.  Opportunity for questions follows each lecture.  Suggestions regarding possible topics and speakers are welcomed.  The lecture is held in the Church itself.

Workshops

From time to time, the Guest Lecturer will present additional enrichment material from their topic as a full day Workshop, seminar or other event.  These are usually - but not always - conducted on the Sunday following the lecture.  All information (dates, times. venues,  costs, etc) regarding workshops and/or other activities, will be on the same web page as the relevant Guest Lecture. Registration and Payment can be made via PayPal online or contacting the Hon Secretary via email at - info@jungsocietymelbourne.com.

How to find Us

Habitat Uniting Church (St David's Centre)
2 Mont Albert Rd, Canterbury, VIC  3126  (corner of Burke Rd)  

The entrance foyer into the meeting is located on Mont Albert Rd - between the Hall and the Church.  

Only limited parking is available on site.  (To reserve a handicap parking space, please contact the Hon Secretary24hrs in advance.)  Ample parking can be found on the surrounding streets.

 

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