Our Mission

For more than fifty years, The Jung Center has served as a nonprofit resource unique to Houston—a forum for dynamic conversations on a diverse range of psychological, artistic, and spiritual topics. Our mission is to support the development of greater self-awareness, creative expression, and psychological insight—individually, in relationships, and within the community. The Jung Center provides pathways to find a deeper meaning in everyday life.

Our Profile

Founded in 1958, The C. G. Jung Educational Center of Houston, Texas, Inc. is a nonprofit educational institution dedicated to continuing education for the human spirit through psychology, spirituality, and the arts and humanities. Our educational and outreach programs enrich lives and enlighten the spirit. Our classes promote a journey of personal growth and a deepening commitment to the community we share.

Educational Programs

The Center offers a wide variety of programs taught by Jungian experts and other professionals in the disciplines of psychology, spirituality, education, the humanities, and the arts. Our programs are offered in three semesters each year.


The Center’s curriculum offers a range of educational topics ranging from building healthy relationships to ethics to meditation (other options cover areas such as parenting, writing, finding meaning in everyday life, and tai chi). Classes typically meet once a week and range from two to twelve weeks in length.


Lectures feature topics similar to our course offerings such as ethics in the twenty-first century, creativity, and emotional and spiritual health. This format serves those who may not have the time to commit to a semester course and take place over one day, evening, or weekend.


Founded in 2015, The McMillan Institute for Jungian Studies hosts local and online educational experiences that advance C.G. Jung’s exploration of the frontiers of the human soul. The Institute is the new home of the Fay Lectures.


A wide range of programs with continuing education credit for mental health professionals are offered every semester.


Beginning in 2015, The Jung Center will offer a growing number of educational experiences online, many of them accredited as continuing education for mental health professionals.

Bookstore and Media Center

The Jung Center Bookstore and Media Center includes the largest collection of of books and journals on Jungian psychology in the Southwest and offers a one-of-a-kind selection of audio recordings for purchase on site and online. The bookstore also serves as an oasis of calm in a busy city with its diverse collection of books, cards, and gifts with a focus on psychology, the humanities, and spirituality. Visit the bookstore here.

Museum, Art Gallery & Exhibits

As a testament to our dedication to the arts, The Jung Center is an active member of the Houston Museum District. The Art and Exhibitions Committee of The Jung Center showcases rotating exhibits of work by established and emerging artists. The gallery and our permanent collection, which includes works by Peter Birkhauser, is open to the public with free admission during business hours, including Saturdays. Learn more about The Center’s art gallery and exhibits and how to apply as an artist. For information on how to exhibit your work, please click here to complete an application.

Community Outreach

The Jung Center serves Houstonians through outreach programs and partnerships with respected nonprofit organizations and medical institutions. Our programs serve at-risk children, professional caregivers, and those treating patients with life-threatening illnesses. Expressive arts and movement classes facilitate physical and psychological healing and help to build a stronger community. Learn more about outreach programs currently underway.