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Welcome to the C.G. Jung Club London.

The Club warmly welcomes anyone with an interest in Jungian psychology and related fields.

The Club was founded in 1922 by close associates of Carl Gustav Jung and continues today, building a community that explores Jung's ideas and concepts.

Regular lectures, seminars, and various small group activities (Reading Groups, Art Making Group, Film Viewing Group, and Embodied Jung) offer an open forum in which participants can share experiences and knowledge in an inviting environment.

The Jung Club also produces a journal, Harvest. It is published annually and predominantly focuses on archetypal psychology.

The Club Library stocks a rich and diverse range of material. Such material includes

  • An extensive book collection
  • Lecture notes from Jung's 1930s lectures
  • Various Jungian journals from worldwide organisations
  • An historic audio collection
The Library offers an incredible opportunity for research and immersion into the world of Jung and Jungian Psychology.

Most activities are open to non-members and they are invited to engage and participate.

Further information can be found in the links above. If you would like to ask us a question, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Faye Pye Grassroots Seminars:
Basic Concepts in Analytical Psychology.

Invaluable for those encountering Jung for the first time, as well as for those with experience of analysis and study.

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Faye Pye Grassroots Seminars

The Harvest Journal.
The longest running Jungian Journal in the UK.

Founded in 1954 by the Club, Harvest is the oldest Jungian journal in the UK.
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Harvest Journal Covers

Who was Carl Gustav Jung?
On the centenary of his birth, the C.G. Jung Club London spent time with the people who knew him.

This intimate interview with Jung's daughter, Gret Baumann-Jung, was recorded in 1975.

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16/02/2017 - Change in Programme
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Change in Programme.