The C.G. Jung Institute–Boston has opened its Stage I seminars to qualified persons through the Auditor Program. To deepen knowledge about themselves and Jungian psychology, auditors attend and participate in the seminars with the Institute’s training candidates. Auditors may include individuals who are personally or professionally interested in Jung and his ideas and also clinicians who want to enrich and broaden their clinical perspectives. Admission to the Auditor Program is not a first step toward acceptance into the Institute’s Training Program, although a person admitted to the Auditor Program may apply to the training program in accord with the admissions requirements for the Analyst Training Program at the C.G. Jung Institute–Boston. Auditors, throughout their participation in the auditor program are required to maintain a personal analysis with a Jungian analyst. Auditors must agree to maintain the confidentiality of all case material discussed. Auditors who are licensed clinicians may be able to receive continuing education credits for their attendance in the program. Auditors will be assigned to a mentor and expected to meet with his or her mentor each semester.
Information for Applicants
We are accepting applications for the Fall 2020 training and auditor programs, deadline May 1st. Because of the risks posed by the coronavirus, we will be conducting interviews through the use of teleconferencing. We will ask no one to meet in person during this period of time.
To determine an applicant’s suitability for the auditor program, the Admissions Committee places special emphasis on the life experience and personal qualities of the applicant, his or her academic and professional achievements, and a demonstration of an aptitude for understanding basic Jungian theory.
Admissions requirements for the Auditor Program include the following:
- Before application to the Institute’s auditor program, an applicant must have acquired a minimum of 100 hours of personal analysis completed recently with a Jungian analyst(s) who is a member of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP).
- A bachelor’s degree, and, preferably, a graduate degree.
- An autobiographical essay in which the applicant seeks to convey his or her suitability for the auditor program by addressing: life experiences and personal qualities, academic and professional achievement, and a deep interest in Jungian thought and practice. The suggested length of the essay is six to ten pages.
- Meeting with individual Admissions Committee members and, subsequently, with the Committee as a whole.
An application packet may be requested from the Institute’s Administrator Deborah Warfield. The deadline for application to fall semester is May 1st and for spring semester is September 1st. A non-refundable application fee of $100 must accompany the application. An applicant will be notified by mail as to whether or not an admissions interview has been granted once the Admissions Committee has reviewed the application materials. The non-refundable interview fee is $250, to be paid directly to the administrator.
Classes currently meet one weekend a month for 9 months, September through December and February through June generally the first weekend of each month. Classes meet Friday evening from 4:00-8:00, Saturday 9:00-6:00 and Sunday 9:00-4:00 for a total of 18 hours of class time each weekend.
Please address all correspondence to:
- C.G. Jung Institute-Boston, Administrator Deborah Warfield
- Attn: Admissions Committee
21 Hartford Street
Newton, MA 02461
Phone: (617) 796-0108
Fax: (617) 796-0109
Application Fee $100
Interview Fee $350
Tuition (two payments per year) $2,250
Fees for personal analysis and individual case consultation must be arranged individually with analysts who are members of the New England Society of Jungian Analysts (NESJA).