About The C.G. Jung Society of Halifax

The C.G. Jung Society of Halifax had its beginning with Jung-related courses at Mount Saint Vincent University, given by Henry Sharam, BD, STM, in the early 1990's.  This brought together a nucleus of people seeking broader study and exposure to Jungian thought.  The courses led to the formation of The C.G. Jung Society of Halifax, which has been active since 1995.

The Society is a non-profit group coordinated by a volunteer Planning Committee which arranges presentations by Jungian analysts and other presenters from Canada and the United States.  Lectures, workshops, and study groups are offered to the general public on a regular basis.  A Schedule of Events is posted on this website and also mailed out twice-yearly in a brochure.  Future program ideas or suggestions are welcome.

The aim of the Society is to provide opportunities for education, understanding, and experience in Jungian psychology and philosophy through an ongoing program of lectures, workshops, and study groups.

The facilities used for our meetings have a no-scents policy.  As this is a serious health issue for some, please do not wear perfume, hairspray, lotion, aftershave, or other scented products.  Your cooperation will be appreciated.