The C. G. Jung Center of New York, a late 19th century brownstone at 28 East 39th St. in midtown Manhattan, is the home of five other Jungian organizations besides the Kristine Mann Library, each with its own mission:
The Analytical Psychology Club of New York (APC) is the oldest continuing Jungian organization in the United States. A membership organization, the APC was started in the 1930s to provide study and discussion to those in the New York area interested in the work of C.G. Jung. Early on the club established the Kristine Mann Library, Spring Journal (now with Spring Publications) and the APC Bulletin of NY, which is now in its 63rd year.
The APC continues to offer a gathering place for those who have in common an experience of analysis and an appreciation for Jungian thought. New members are welcome and most APC lectures, workshops and special events are open to the public.
For membership & program information: 212-557-1502 (leave message)
The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (ARAS) is a unique visual research and reference library, open to the public. Holdings include over 13,000 symbolic images carefully indexed for maximum accessibility, plus 4,500 illustrated books of additional images. ARAS's own publications include An Encyclopedia of Archetypal Symbolism, volumes 1 & 2, in which particular categories of archetypal images are explored with extensive symbolic analysis, history and psychological commentary. An ARAS symbol dictionary is currently being prepared for publication.
The C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology hosts a variety of public lectures, continuing education courses and workshops throughout the year, including the free "Brownbag Lunch" lectures held on the first Tuesday of each month from October through May. The Foundation also offers Summer Intensive programs each July. A Professional Seminars program, sponsored jointly by the Foundation and the Institute, is offered to professionals who wish to learn more about Jungian concepts. An informational evening called "On Becoming a Jungian Analyst", led by the Institute faculty, is offered to Foundation members.
The Foundation publishes the Jungian journal Quadrant and operates a bookstore, The Jung Foundation Book Service (FBS), which offers close to 2,000 titles in Jungian psychology and related fields.
The C.G. Jung Institute of New York provides a postgraduate training program for Jungian analysts, and publishes a clinical journal, The Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice(JJTP). It also provides a referral service to those looking for a Jungian analyst, and, in collaboration with NYAAP, offers 800 hours of low-fee analysis each year.
The New York Association for Analytical Psychology (NYAAP) is a professional organization of Jungian analysts affiliated with The International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP). NYAAP regularly offers to its professional members lectures and discussion groups, playing an important role in the development of professional scholarship.