We’d like to share some festive photos from last year’s Holiday Party. The Jung Center’s community members, donors, and volunteers are top notch. Enjoy!
The C. G. Jung Center was featured in the Evanston RoundTable on October 22. Read the full article below or Click here to read more!
Becoming More Human
By Tom Benz
Amid the hustle and bustle of Evanston’s central district lies a quiet sanctuary for engaging the contemplative side of life, both personal and cultural. The C.G Jung Center, established in Evanston by June Singer in the 1970s, describes itself as “a place for self-help and community.” Continue reading Jung in the Paper!
Have you seen this? This enigmatic sign went up at 3485 N. Clark, May 30th for one month, funded by The C. G. JUNG CENTER with a gift from Judy Shaw, LCSW, Jungian analyst and volunteer with the C. G. Jung Center. The billboard will be up at the intersection of Addison/Newport in Chicago (near Wrigley Field where the Chicago Cubs play) for the month of June, beautifully lit up at night. We felt you would like to know more about the billboard, the person behind it, and how it came to be so we asked Judy to interview her for the C. G. Jung Center Blog and she graciously agreed: Continue reading Be More Human