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C. G. Jung Institute Zürich, Küsnacht

In 1948, the C. G. Jung Institute Zurich was founded with the cooperation of the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung.


His Analytical Psychology and Psychotherapy belong to the psychodynamic therapies, which attach great importance to the unconscious.


To the idea of the personal unconscious, Jung added the concept of the collective unconscious. In this he recognized the primeval imprinting and basic patterns of human life which he called "archetypes" and which are depicted, for example, in myths and fairy tales. These basic patterns give rise to the development of complexes which mirror our individual relationship experiences as well as personal experiences and anchor them in our memories.


Jung’s theory of complexes helps us to understand personality development, relationship conflicts and psychological maladjustmentes and, on this basis, to treat them psychotherapeutically. Jungian psychotherapy promotes the development of one’s own resources and regards a psychic problem as a challenge to a real personal development, a process Jung called "individuation".


In practical psychotherapeutic work, the interpretation of dreams, typology, pictures, sandplay and active imagination are very important for an understanding of conscious and unconscious psychic processes. The purpose and aim of working with the unconscious is to get in touch with the soul and with one’s individual creative possibilities. On this basis, Jungian psychology and psychotherapy touches upon questions of meaning and of spirituality.


The transcultural orientation of Jung's work makes for an richer interdisciplinary exchange which is capable of exploring answers to the challenges of a globalized world and of multicultural societies. This aspect in particular makes Analytical Psychology increasingly relevant in the context of the modern world.

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Sommerpause:

Das Institut bleibt vom

14. Juli bis am 15. August 2014 geschlossen

 

Summer Break:

The Institute remains closed from July 14th until

August 15th, 2014

 

Wintersemester 2014/15:
20. Oktober 2014 -

20. Februar 2015

 

Winter Semester 2014/15:
October 20th, 2014 - February 20, 2015

 

English Block Periods:

Fall: 20.10.-07.11.2014

Winter: 02.02.-20.02.2015

 

Öffnungszeiten /

Opening hours Front Office:

Fr 13:00 - 16:30/

Fri 1:00 - 4:30 pm

 

Bibliothek/Library:

Fr 09:00 - 11:00

und 13:00 - 16:30 /

Fri 09:00 - 11:00 am

and 1:00 - 4:30 pm

US Federal Loans

 

The Institute is approved for US Federal loans for US students.

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Faust II

Sonderveranstaltung

Samstag,

20. September 2014

Jung Kompakt

Dreitägige Fortbildung

Mittwoch bis Freitag,

22. bis 24. Oktober 2014

 

Von den Werten des Lebens - Ethischer Diskurs

Sonderveranstaltung

Samstag, 25. Oktober 2014