Memphis-Atlanta Jungian Seminar
The Memphis-Atlanta Jungian Seminar has provided ongoing training in Jungian Analytical Psychology for over twenty years. As one of the affiliated training seminar sites for the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, their ongoing educational program provides training for those wishing to become certified Jungian Analysts, as well as others in the mental health fields desiring further education in theoretical and clinical aspects of depth psychology.
Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts
The IRJSA is currently the largest IAAP affiliated organization in the world for training Jungian Analysts. It was admitted to organization membership in the IAAP in 1974 and was the first training institute for Analytical Psychology between the east and west coasts of the United States. The IRSJA now includes members from throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
International Association for Analytical Psychology
The IAAP is the international organizing body for professionals engaged in the practice of analytical psychology. Standards of training, practice and ethical conduct are required for its members and institutions. In addition, the IAAP promotes the study of analytical psychology and body of knowledge through its Congresses held throughout the world.
The Jung Page
The Jung Page is dedicated to exploring questions of meaning that engage the individual as well as the varied contributions of C.G. Jung and the rich permutations of analytical psychology that continue to develop. Included in the Web site are original essays, reprinted articles, reviews of books and films, research tools, a lexicon of terms, and works of creativity.
The Philemon Foundation
The Philemon Foundation is preparing for publication of "The Complete Works of C.G. Jung" in English and German. It is intended that the complete works will comprise manuscripts, seminars and correspondences unpublished, or formerly believed to be lost, with the number of pages in the tens of thousands.
The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism
Drawing upon Carl Jung's work on the archetype and the collective unconscious, ARAS is a pictorial and written archive of mythological, ritualistic, and symbolic images from all over the world and from all epochs in human history. The collection probes the universality of archetypal themes and provides a testament to the deep and abiding connections that unite the disparate factions of the human family.