Carl Gustav Jung (1875 - 1961)
Carl Gustav JUNG (1875 - 1961) developed a method of
psychotherapy and a theoretical system now known as
Analytical Psychology. He completed his formal studies
as a Psychiatrist at the universities of Basel and Zürich
and had his first clinical experience at the famed Burgölzli
Psychiatric Hospital in Zürich of which he later became
Clinical Director (1905-09).
The CG Jung Institute, Zürich was established in 1948 to
train analysts and create a centre for research in Analytical
Psychology. Carl Jung designed the concept and the first set
of regulations for the Institute and continued to supervise its
professional and academic activities until his death in 1961.
(International Association of Analytical Psychologists)
is the international organisation of professional analysts
engaged in the practice of Analytical Psychology. CG Jung was
Honorary President of the IAAP
from its inception in 1955
until his death in 1961. Currently the IAAP
has over 1500 members throughout the world.
(Australian and New Zealand Society of Jungian Analysts)
is the society of Jungian Analysts in Australasia sanctioned by
ANZSJA members are qualified Jungian Analysts who offer
Jungian Analysis, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, professional
supervision and IAAP
recognised Jungian analytic training.
acknowledges its relationship with public interest groups
which provide information to any member of the public who is
interested in learning more about Jung and Jungian concepts.
The interest group in WA is represented by the CG Jung Society
of WA (Inc).