The New Orleans Jungian Seminar

Who looks outside, dreams;who looks inside, awakes.

— Carl Jung

Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding
of ourselves.

— Carl Jung

There is no birth of consciousnesswithout pain.

— Carl Jung

About Us

Founded in 1997, the New Orleans Jungian Seminar offers advanced study in the psychology of C. G. Jung. It is designed for individuals seeking to deepen their understanding of themselves, for mental health professionals desiring to enhance their perspectives and analytic skills, and for those intending to apply for analytic training with the InterRegional Society of Jungian Analysts (IRSJA).

How To Apply

Applications for admission to the New Orleans Jungian Seminar are considered bi-annually. Deadlines for submission of application materials are November 1 and May 1. The submission deadline for the Spring of 2024 is November 1, 2023. Read more here.

Tuition Information

Tuition information for the 2023-2024 Schedule – Jungian Archetypal Year, can be found here.


Residing primarily within the southeastern area of the United States, The New Orleans Jungian Seminar Faculty is a diverse group of Jungian Analysts committed to helping individuals understand and accept themselves. Read more here.

Contact Us

If you have questions about our Seminar Schedule or need more information, you can contact us here.

The New Orleans Jungian Seminar

New Orleans, the Birthplace of Jazz

“In New Orleans… You can’t separate nothing from nothing. Everything mingles each into the other, until nothing is purely itself but becomes part of one funky gumbo.” — Mac Rebennack, A.K.A. Dr. John, Musician

Why New Orleans Matters!

“…These elements of New Orleans possess an astonishing vitality that has spoken to people around the world and shaped much of the best of what we think of still as American culture. Jazz music, rhythm and blues, and rock and roll, Creole cooking, Mardi Gras, the architecture of the French Quarter, the literary traditions of Williams and Faulkner and Percy and Kate Chopin, the Mardi Gras Indians… It is not something that you find only in a tourist guide; it is a reality lived by its inhabitants every day, and as often as possible by those who love visiting.” – Tom Piazza, Why New Orleans Matters, 2008

Upcoming Events

Year End Retreat:
June 6-9th, 2024

2023-2024: Jungian Archetypal Year
Begins September 8-9, 2023

IRSJA Fall Meeting:
October 14-21, 2023