Membership is a new program instituted in 2015 that allows members of the public and Professional Affiliates, who have completed the Jungian Psychotherapy/Studies Program, to become Members of the Institute with limited privileges. These include:
- 20% Discount on Institute programs and audio and video downloads - Invitation to Institute events, including the annual holiday party - Committee Membership: be part of the leadership of the Jung Institute (details below) - Access to the Institute library (by appointment) - Ability to rent consulting rooms and the conference room at the institute
How does it work?
The membership fee is $120. Memberships last one year from the date purchased. You will receive notification emails 30 days and 10 days before your membership expires asking you to renew. Instructions for how to check your membership expiration date are at the bottom of this page.
Members receive a 20% discount on programs and audio/video downloads. Once you purchase your membership, staff will change your account status to member, and then discounts will be applied by the store automatically. Some programs may not have member pricing. Please look closely at course fees to see if a member discount is available.
Members have access to the institute library, which includes several hundred books on analytical psychology. Members must make an appointment to use the library - please use the Contact page or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members have permission to rent consulting rooms and our conference room. - Click here for rental rates and to inquire about availability. - Click here to take a virtual tour of the institute.
Professional Affiliates who become Institute members are known as Professional Affiliate Members.Members of the public who become Institute members are known as Community Members.These two groups are collectively referred to as Non-Analyst Members.
- Non-Analyst Members may serve on the following committees: - Board of Directors - JPP/JSP Committee - Finance Committee - Program Committee - Development Committee - Library Committee
If you would like more information about committee membership, please email email@example.com.
Is the membership fee tax-deductible?
Yes. The Institute is a 501c3 so the membership fee is tax-deductible, minus the value of benefits you receive. More information here: IRS Publication 526, Charitable Contributions.
Checking Your Membership's Expiration Date
You can check your membership's expiration date by going to your account page (click My Account in the upper-right of the header). On the My Account page, under My Orders (on the left), click on My Membership (See image below).