In partnership with The Jung Center, Saybrook (San Francisco, California) will offer both an MA and PhD in Psychology with a specialization in Jungian Studies. Melding Saybrook’s at-a-distance learning with The Jung Center’s in-person seminars, this specialization provides seven monthly, weekend seminars each year leading to the fulfillment of requirements. These seminars will be held at The Jung Center in Houston and will be small interactive seminars taught
by leading Jungian analysts
The program will be directed by James Hollis, PhD, executive director of The Jung Center and a Saybrook Distinguished Consulting Faculty member. It is designed for clinicians who are seeking to deepen their understanding of the dynamics of the psyche, for those in the Saybrook PsyD program who desire to add a depth dimension to their work, and for those who wish to be stimulated by psychodynamic perspectives as a catalyst for personal growth.
This program will begin in Fall 2008 and only enroll students in the fall of each academic year. In addition to meeting Saybrook’s general admissions requirements, prospective students for this program must also submit a five page personal essay identifying the student’s background and intention in Jungian Studies.