The Mind Body Spirit Institute





Our Team

MISSION

The Jung Center’s Mind Body Spirit Institute was created in 2019 with the mission to teach individuals and organizations to achieve their potential by reducing stress and burnout, improving health and resilience, and nourishing the human spirit. 

VISION

To be a leader in teaching individuals to live more balanced, productive, and healthier lives.

 

LEADERSHIP

Alejandro Chaoul, PhD

achaoul@junghouston.org
ext. 102

Huffington Foundation Endowed Director of The Jung Center's Mind Body Spirit Institute

Adjunct Faculty, UT Medical School and MD Anderson Cancer Center

A Buddhist scholar, author, teacher, and educator, Ale holds a PhD in religious studies. He has worked at MD Anderson for 20 years and founded The Jung Center’s Mind Body Spirit Institute in 2018.

Ann Friedman, PhD

afriedman@junghouston.org
ext. 107

Director of Curriculum for MBSI

Psychologist/Mindfulness Facilitator

Psychologist Ann Friedman is a Certified Mindful Facilitator from the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center and a Certified Compassion Trainer from Emory University's Center for Contemplative Sciences and Compassion-Based Ethics.

Ann teaches mindfulness for schools, businesses, nonprofits, and individuals. She particularly enjoys working with children, teens, and young adults.

Robin Jump, PhD, MPH

rjump@junghouston.org
ext. 110

MBSI Operations Manager

Robin is a public health practitioner who holds a PhD in Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences. She began her mindfulness oriented career working on clinical trials across mind-body and lifestyle practices. She has brought her passion for community well-being to the Jung Center since 2021.

BOARD OF ADVISORS

Lisa Helfman, Co-Chair
Dorothy Paterson, Co-Chair
Eduardo Bruera
Ludmila Golovine
Lourdes Hernandez
Suzy LaForge
Terry Huffington
Kym King
Kati Neidig
William Parsons
Juanita Rasmus
Lois Romondetta

For more information, email mbsi@junghouston.org or call us 713-524-8253 ext 110.

Our Mission

For more than sixty years, The Jung Center has served as a nonprofit 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 deeper meaning in everyday life.

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@ 2022 THE JUNG CENTER This website generously underwritten by a grant from The Elkins Foundation.
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