The Pittsburgh Seminar of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts (also known as the C G Jung Institute Analyst Training Program of Pittsburgh) is now accepting applications for the 2015-2016 academic year.
We welcome individuals wishing to engage in a serious study of Jungian psychology. Our participants include those who are presently candidates in the analyst training program, individuals currently “auditing” the program with the intent on applying for formal training to become an analyst, as well as individuals who are interested in studying Jung for personal enrichment, or to deepen clinical skills, without the intent to enter into formal training.
We typically meet once a month for 9 hours of lectures/seminars and 4 hours of case colloquium starting on a Friday morning at 11:00 and ending at 5:30 the following Saturday afternoon.
The application process includes a personal biographical statement, resume and a personal interview with two or three faculty members. Participants must be pursuing their own personal analysis.
If you want to know more Jung, consider joining us. You can see last year’s curriculum at irsja.org. Click on the “Training” tab, then “Seminars” then Pittsburgh Seminar to see a list of courses by local and visiting analysts.
Interested individuals should contact the Seminar Coordinator by e-mail or phone:
Sandra E. Miller, Ph.D.
Pittsburgh Seminar Coordinator
Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts