Greater Cincinnati Friends of Jung (GCFJ) is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to exploring the ideas, studies and theories of Carl Gustav Jung, founder of analytical psychology. GCFJ presents a variety of programs to fulfill this objective including lectures, films, workshops, social events, dream sharing groups, and Study Discussion Groups.
GCFJ welcomes all persons both lay and professional at all levels of interest and understanding of Jung's works, in particular those who are seeking a deeper understanding of the human spirit and have desire for increasing self-knowledge. Program offerings are designed to accommodate different levels of familiarity with C.G. Jung.
Inside this site are descriptions of current and upcoming programs and events, plus descriptions of the active study groups. Also included are the GCFJ history, current committee members, a list of Jungian-related links, and contact information for area Jungian analysts. All of these pages can be accessed from the navigation bar to the left.
Carl Gustav Jung
- Annual membership runs from January 1 to December 31. Dues paid on or after November 1 will count for the following year. Membership includes discounts on most events, newsletters, annual members-only events, introduction to dream share groups and more.
- GCFJ is pleased to offer a special PATRON membership level at $50.00 for those who would like to support the Friends of Jung and receive the additional benefit of being invited, with a guest, to special events such as lunch or dinner with a speaker/presenter.
Feel free to contact Joan Murray for more information
513-931-7116 or email@example.com
- To Become a Member or Pay for Events:
and send with a check
payable to: GCFJ c/o 6235 Nuevelle Lane, Cincinnati, OH 45243
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