Public Programs

The New England Society of Jungian Analysts and the C.G. Jung Institute–Boston Public Programs

We invite you to attend our Public Programs, where talented and experienced Jungian analysts share their passionate interests, writing, research, and clinical wisdom. All seminars are open to the public, with the exception of the Winter Clinical Intensive, which is open only to clinicians or and students in clinical graduate programs. All seminars are held at the Jung Institute–Boston, in Newton, MA, except for the Visiting Lecture Series, which is held at Brandeis University.

Space is limited at the Institute, so please register as soon as possible to ensure a space in the seminar(s) of your choice. Once a seminar is full, registration will not be allowed at the door. CEUs are applied for NASW and MHC for all events.


Current Programs

Visiting Lecture Series
Film Series
Dream Group
Jungian Study Program
Open House


Refund Policy

If you withdraw from a program at least 48 hours before the program starts, we will send you a refund of your program fee minus a $20 processing charge. If you contact us to withdraw from a program less than 48 hours before the program start date, we will arrange a credit of 50% of the program fee to be used within two years for another Institute/NESJA program. No refunds or credits are issued on or after a program’s start date.



The C.G. Jung Institute–Boston is located at 21 Hartford Street, in Newton, MA. Look for our sign at the Hartford Street entrance of the Newton Highlands Congregational Church, located on the corner of Hartford and Lincoln streets. Our entrance is on the south side of the church building.

Parking is available in the public parking lot across from our entrance on Hartford Street. Free and metered spaces are available on Hartford and Lincoln streets.

For the T: take the MBTA Green Line (D or Riverside) to the Newton Highlands stop, walk two blocks to the west along Lincoln Street, then angle left onto Hartford Street until you see our sign on the left side of the church building.