Most programs are held at the Institute facilities at 53 W. Jackson, Ste 438, Chicago, IL.  The historic Monadnock building continues to be renovated and meets the city, state and federal guidelines for accessibility to persons with disabilities.  When programs are held in another location, it will always be fully accessible to persons with disabilities.

If you have special visual or hearing needs, please let us know prior to the program so that we can assist you.


As a community we also recognize and are mindful of Jung’s writings which are laced with harmful stereotypic descriptions of groups of people that are racially and culturally biased and prejudiced. We pledge to initiate, welcome, and maintain ongoing conversations and discussions within our analyst community, with our trainees, and with our broader community of interested participants in all our programming regarding these portrayals in Jung’s collective

Discrimination/Harassment Policy

The C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago is committed to maintaining a working and educational environment free from sexual harassment, sexual violence, and discrimination based on race, color, sex, age, religion, disability, national origin, sexual orientation, or any other basis prohibited by law.