Ongoing Clinical Education and Training

September 2021 – May 2022

Pre Registration Required

Advanced Studies In Jungian Psychology

Each month a community of clinicians meets for a day-long seminar that includes case presentations, in-depth discussions of important depth-psychological readings, and processing as a group the emotional dynamics of the day… all under the auspices of a rotating faculty of Jungian analysts. Advanced Studies welcomes psychotherapists who work in private practice and in clinics and welcomes psychotherapists who are relatively new to their work and those who have worked in the field for many years. The diversity within this community, and the trust and safety that have been consciously nurtured over the past fifteen years, allow each member to take into themselves and their practices a Jungian sensibility that we believe contributes to profound change in the world.

A current license and malpractice insurance coverage are required for enrollment. Tuition is $1,000. For 45 CEUs, add $20 surcharge. Financial aid is also available.

Analytic Training:
Seminar and Case Colloquia

The C.G. Jung Institute of Santa Fe is a training seminar in collaboration with the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts (

Individuals who wish to pursue training must attend a preliminary seminar for a period of at least six months. This preliminary seminar will comply with the requirements for application for training through the Institute. Applications may be submitted from any state in the United States. Decisions on admission are made following a personal interview with two training analysts. The seminar also welcomes applicants seeking deeper exploration of Analytical Psychology who may not necessarily seek to become analysts.

For more information on the training seminar, email David Solem at You will be sent an application form and will be asked to send a CV and a personal statement. There is a $100.00 non-refundable fee for making initial application to the seminar.

Training Seminar Curriculum for the 2021 – 2022 Academic Year

The Seminar meets monthly from September 2021 -May 2022

Fridays from 3:00-6:30pm
Saturdays from 9:00am-5:00pm
Sundays 9:00am-3:00pm


September 10-12, 2021

Dream Retreat with all training analyst faculty members

October 8-10, 2021

The Myth of Inanna – Bil Kotsch, Training Analyst

The Mythological Stories Underlying the Matrix and Meaning of Character – Jacqueline West and Nancy Dougherty, training analysts

Case Colloquium with Jacqueline West and Nancy Dougherty

November 12-14, 2021

Mithra and the Bull – Larry Rayburn, training analyst

Case Colloquium – Jacqueline Zeller Levine, training analyst

December 10-12, 2021

The Myth of Gilgamesh – Marilyn Matthews, training analyst

Virtual Spaces and Analytical Psychology – Sheryl Corchnoy, training analyst

Case Colloquium – Sheryl Corchnoy, training analyst

January 8-10, 2022

Evolution of an Image:  Origins of Mythology in Paleolithic and Iron Age Times – Jacqueline West and Nancy Dougherty, training analysts

Case colloquium – Nancy Dougherty and Jacqueline West, training analysts

February 11-13, 2022

The Gaze – Male and Female – Marilyn Matthews, training analyst

Myths of the Father – Frances Hatfield, training analyst

Case Colloqium – Frances Hatfield, training analyst

March 11-13, 2022

Senex and Puer Dynamics in Psyche – David Solem, training analyst

Case Colloquium – Jacqueline Zeller Levine, training analyst

April 8-10, 2022

The Myth of Inanna, continued – Bill Kotsch, training analyst

Journey to the Underworld – Monika Wikman, training analyst

Case Colloquium – Larry Rayburn, training analyst

May 13-15, 2022

Archetypal Retreat – working with Mythological Images

PAST Training Seminar Curriculum

Academic year 2020 – 2021

September 11-13, 2020
Dream Retreat

October 10-12, 2020 
An Encounter with some Origins of Jung’s Thought:  German Romanticism, Faust, Father, Mother, Shadow, Anima, and Transformation of the God Imago as Complexes for Jung and his Zeitgeist – David Solem, Training Analyst

November 13-15, 2020
An Encounter with Origins of Jung’s Thought, Continued – David Solem, Training Analyst

Catastrophe and Alchemy – Larry Rayburn, Training Analyst

December 11-13, 2020
Alchemy and the Nature of Psyche – Marilyn Matthews, Training Analyst

January 8-10, 2021
Alchemy and the Nature of Psyche, Continued – Marilyn Matthews, Training Analyst

Practicing Alchemy – Francis Hatfield, Training Analyst

Theory and Methodoogy in Analytical Psychology – Larry Rayburn, Training Analyst

February 12-14, 2021
Alchemy and the Nature of Psyche – Marilyn Matthews, Training Analyst

 Complex Theory – Jacqueline West, Training Analyst

Archetypal Defenses – Donald Kalsched, Training Analyst 

March 12-14, 2021
Formative Influences on Jung’s Thought – David Solem, Training Analyst

Alchemy and the Nature of Psyche – Marilyn Matthews, Training Analyst

Exploring Analytic Attitude and Methodology From a Classical Orientation – David Solem, Training Analyst

April 9-11, 2021

Formative Influences on Jung’s Thought – David Solem, Training Analyst

Lang’s Theory of Complex Formation – Jacqueline West, Training Analyst

Von Franz’s Projection and Recollection – Marilyn Matthews, Training Analyst

May 14-16, 2021 

Archetypal Retreat

Academic year 2019 – 2020

September 14 & 15, 2019
Dream Retreat

October 12 & 13, 2019
Rich Ryan, Your Favorite Fairy Tale From Childhood

November 9 & 10, 2019
Larry Rayburn, Jung and the Post Jungians.

December 7 & 8, 2019
David Solem, Working with Shadow and Evil in Analysis: The Role of Amplification as a Bridge to Consciousness of Personal and Collective Complexes

January 11 & 12, 2020
Bill Kotsch, Amor and Psyche

February 8 & 9, 2020
Jacqueline West, Active Imagination

March 14 & 15, 2020
Marilyn Matthews, “The Significance of the Underground Birth”

April 4 & 5, 2020
Frances Hatfield, Dionysos in the Age of Zeus

May 9 & 10, 2020
Monika Wikman, The Somatic Unconscious and the Shared Field

For application to the Advanced Studies Program, contact Puanini Harvey at 505-455-7156. For application to the Analytic Studies Program, email David Solem as