The Mind Body

Spirit Institute

Compassionate Professional Renewal

Introducing... Restoring Mind, Body, and Spirit: A Professional Training Program

How do we stay grounded and present in the moment, and why is this essential? How might diverse spiritual traditions contribute to a sense of serenity, even in our professional lives? How do we share our insights and transformation with the community around us? Designed for those in the helping professions - educators, non-profit leaders, health care workers, spiritual leaders, mental health professionals, and practitioners of meditation, yoga and bodywork – this program teaches skills to help identify, acknowledge, and heal the wounds that may be impacting not only our lives, but the lives of those we serve.

Together, we will explore how Jungian psychology, Tibetan Buddhism, and diverse Western spiritual models can be applied to our experiences of personal growth, and learn techniques to alleviate the stress and burnout that attend when we are called to suffer along with others. Come connect with other helping professionals, create a toolkit for personal resilience and flourishing, and improve community resilience by increasing your own access to effective, research-based skills.

This program will launch with introductory sessions in April and May, 2021. We will be fielding a cohort of 25 individuals for this nine-month program, which is due to begin in Fall 2021. Contact for more information.

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.

This website generously underwritten by a grant from The Elkins Foundation.

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