Membership & Library
By joining the C. G. Jung Society of Vancouver, you are choosing to engage with our inspiring community of educators and like-minded learners. Our members receive several benefits: discounts for most of our programs, links to articles and published online audio or video materials, Jung Society Library borrowing privileges and more.
Our speakers include Jungian analysts, scholars, artists, writers, psychotherapists, and educators from the global Jungian community, and from around the country who will provide you with learning opportunities help to broaden your understanding of self, others, and the world we share.
We host approximately 7 evening lectures annually, with attendance ranging from 50-90 people, plus an Annual General Meeting. The Society is managed by volunteers and a board appointed by the membership.
Regular - $40.00
Senior - $30 (65+ with valid ID)
Student - $20 (with valid student ID)
Donation $100 (receive free current year membership)
*Membership is for the calendar year January to December, and is not pro-rated. Memberships can be purchased at events or you may download the Membership Form below, fill it in and either bring it to an event or mail it to us at:
Box 219, 1917 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1M7
Benefits of Membership include:
Reduced admission to lectures and workshops
Access to the Society's library
The opportunity to help shape the society's programming initiatives and goals
Automatic updates & announcements via email or Facebook notifications
Your membership and donation provides the Jung Society with the ability to offer continuing education for the human spirit in the form of intellectual, psychological, and creative enrichment programming.
Our library consists of about 3000 books, CDs, tapes, videos, and journals. The library is operated and maintained by Terre & David Arscott, and is located at:
104-2096 West 41st Avenue, Vancouver, B.C.
Terre & David transport a selection from the library's collection to most lectures. All members are welcome to make an appointment to visit the library. Books may be requested by phone and picked up at the next lecture.
Borrowing privileges are exclusive to current members of the society. Members are entrusted with maintaining the books in their care, and returning them on time.
Our annual or semi-annual books sales have been very successful, and have provided the library with a source of revenue to cover the cost of rental space and general maintenance of the collection.
Please contact Terre or Dave if you wish to donate books to us!