Jungian Resources for NYC
Abraham A. Brill Library — Associated with the New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute, the Brill Library is perhaps the largest psychoanalytic library in the world. Holdings comprise over 40,000 books and periodicals devoted to psychoanalysis and related fields.
Analytical Psychology Club — The Club hosts social gatherings, meetings, and study and discussion groups where members and guests exchange ideas, thoughts and feelings about analytical psychology. Membership is open to those who have completed 50 hours of Jungian-oriented therapy and have been recommended by a qualified therapist.
ARAS (The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism) — The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (ARAS) is a pictorial and written archive of mythological, ritualistic, and symbolic images from all over the world and from all epochs of 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.
Carl Jung Meetup — Meet with other Jungian & Transpersonal enthusiasts to explore Jung’s life and work in a non-judgemental and supportive atmosphere.
C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology — Founded in 1962, the Foundation is dedicated to helping men and women grow in conscious awareness of the psyche, find healing and meaning in their lives, reach greater depth in their relationships, and live in response to their discovered sense of purpose.
C.G. Jung Institute of New York — The C.G. Jung Institute of New York offers a post-graduate clinical training program that prepares its students for a professional practice as a Jungian psychoanalyst and membership within a worldwide community of Jungian analysts. The training program is designed to meet the requirements for New York State licensure as a Psychoanalyst and students develop their clinical experience through the Institute’s Referral Service.
New York Center for Jungian Studies — The New York Center for Jungian Studies was founded in 1993 by Aryeh Maidenbaum and Diana Rubin. All of the center’s conferences, seminars, workshops, and study tours are held in extraordinary settings with excellent facilities and offer participants programs led by outstanding and internationally recognized analysts and authors
Other Jungian Libraries
The Virginia Allan Detloff Library (San Francisco) — More than thirteen thousand books, manuscripts, DVDs, audio and videotapes, and over 100 journal titles. Represents a source for the study of analytical psychology that is unmatched in northern California.
The Max and Lore Zeller Library (Los Angeles) — More than thirteen thousand books, manuscripts, DVDs, audio and videotapes, and over 100 journal titles. Represents a source for the study of analytical psychology that is unmatched in northern California.
Pacifica Graduate Institute Library (Santa Barbara) — Another major resource based in Southern California. Houses the Joseph Cambell archives.