One of the largest of its kind in the world, the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago Archive is a rich and unique educational resource for anyone with an interest in the well-being of the individual, the community and the culture. The audio collection contains over seven hundred titles from lectures, workshops, courses and seminars recorded over the last forty years at the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago. Programs explore aspects of Jung's thought and related topics including: Archetypes and Archetypal Theory, Dreams, Fairy Tales, Masculine and Feminine Psychology, Ritual and Initiation, Ego, Gender and Sexuality, Persona, Mythology, Science, Art and Cultural Studies, Family and Relationships, Individuation, Shadow, Religion and Spirituality, Clinical Theory, Alchemy, Astrology and Tarot, and Analytical Psychology. Speakers include internationally renowned presenters whose work is at the forefront of psychological thought including Robert Moore, June Singer, Murray Stein, John Beebe, Ann Belford Ulanov, Donald Kalsched, Andrew Samuels, Ashok Bedi, Jean Shinoda Bolen, and many others. Titles from the Archive are published in two ways. Shorter audio seminars will be made available through our free audio podcast the Jungianthology Podcast. Longer audio sets and all videos are available for purchase and instant download on this site.
Our monthly podcast includes content from our archive: short seminars, or the first session of longer series. It's a good place to begin for those new to the institute or to Jungian psychology.