While The Jung Center’s building is closed, our Spring 2020 classes will be live-streamed and online. You can find them 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.
“During the recession my husband and I asked ourselves: ‘What causes do we really believe in and actually support?' The Jung Center is essential to our community and is a resource for many of our friends.”
-Jung Center Student
Jung and the MBTI: A Conversation with Lee Coffee
Lee N. Coffee, Jr., is a Certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Master Practitioner who believes that awareness of personality types enriches our understanding of ourselves and others. “I think it’s important for us to awaken,” he says. “You know, kind of do our own homework, and awaken to what are those talents, what are those untapped areas of myself-how can I bring those subconscious parts of me to conscious awareness to benefit society.”
Lee holds that understanding differences in personality and meaning-seeking helps us to become inclusive and benefit from others’ strengths. “…understanding again that we are both energized differently-that introverts are energized by introspection and self-reflection, whereas the extrovert is energized by action, and to understand why some people are more comfortable standing up than others are, and there’s nothing wrong with it. I think the biggest ‘Aha!’ moment that people have is when people realize that there’s acres of diamond that we haven’t mined in our own background, for our own self-discovery.”