The Jung Society of Colorado Springs

Statement of Purpose
The C. G. Jung Society of Colorado Springs is a membership-supported organization open to all those interested in exploring the analytical psychology of Carl Jung and the application of his many-faceted thought to other fields of study such as mythology, symbolism, typology, men’s and women’s studies, art and literature, religious studies, anthropology, the psyche-matter spectrum, archetypal imagery, personal relationships, group dynamics, and so forth. Although not intended to be a vehicle for group therapy, the Society endeavors to provide a supportive atmosphere for lay and professional study, reflection and growth.

Activities of the Society
The Society provides lectures and workshops on various topics related to Jungian psychology approximately eight times per year. Persons who are educated or experienced in Jungian psychology give the presentations.

Click on Jung Winter/Spring 2015 Newsletter:   Winter-Spring

May 8, 2015 Lecture ~ 7-9 p.m.

The Archetypal Significance of Ravens:  An Exploration in Story & Images

May 9, Workshop ~ 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Animals, Dreams and Meaning

Lecture By:  Betty Coon Wheelwright, Ph.D., MFT

Betty Coon Wheelwright, Ph.D., MFT taught writing and literature courses at Dominican University, Gettysburg College, Indiana University, and UC San Francisco.  She is a published poet (see newsletter for details) and is the daughter-in-law of first-generation Jungian analysts Dr. Joseph Balch Wheelwright and Jane Hollister Wheelwright.  Betty has recently completed editing the late-life journals of Jane Hollister Wheelwright.