The Center is open to the public with modified hours. Masks are required while in the building. All of our events are being live-streamed, and you can find out more on our Online Learning page.
Visit "From the Director" for a letter to the community and for regular updates from our executive director, Sean Fitzpatrick.
“I’m a scientist. Almost always have to decide between black and white. What I like about The Jung Center and its classes is seeing beyond that kind of thinking to the mystery and paradox of life. Some of the most important things cannot be measured quantitatively.”
Finding the Creative Process: An Interview with Cherie Ray
Cherie Ray, MLA, is a life coach who believes that creating a life you love is the truest form of creativity. She supports her clients as they discover how easily this can happen.
Cherie believes that people from all backgrounds and walks of life feel a call to creative expression. “I’m not quite sure what, but they give themselves more permission to show up in the world and follow the great inspiration,” she says. “One of my favorite classes I teach is De-mystifying Creativity, so really giving the operating principles on creativity so that some people start to see it as universal, versus our mental perceptions that some people have it and some people don’t.”