Last Updated on Monday, 30 December 2013 18:09
Written by Admin
Information about the benefits of membership, the registration process, login, troubleshooting, website navigation, public resources, etc.
What is The Jung Page?
Begun in 1995 by Jungian analyst Don Williams, The Jung Page provides online educational resources for the Jungian community around the world. With the cooperation and generosity of analysts, academics, independent scholars and commentators, and the editors of several Jungian journals, The Jung Page provides a place to encounter innovative writers and to enter into a rich, ongoing conversation about psychology and culture.
Benefits of Membership at the CG Jung Page :
Access to the full text of all articles (over 400, still growing)
Access to the Search function (Main Menu) for the entire site
Easily submit events for the Calendar, weblinks for the site, and more
Change your password
Receive Newsletter (beginning early 2006)
To Become a Member :
- Click the "Become a Member" button in the Main Menu
- You will be redirected to the PayPal website
- Complete the membership transaction at PayPal ($10/6 months membership, $20/1 year, or other donation)
- A user account is created for you at www.cgjungpage.org
- An e-mail is sent to you with your UserName and PassWord
) who will reset your UserName and PassWord and e-mail them to you as soon as possible
What resources are available?
We provide an ever-growing collection of articles on a wide range of topics (including film, history, politics, technology, myth, literature, the environment, and clinical practice), with additions made regularly. A recent software transition has forced us to reformat our online articles, and while most are currently available, we still continue to post newly reformatted versions of older articles. If you cannot find something you remember from years past, drop us a line and we will move it to the top of the list.
We also provide an online forum, JungTalk, and a calendar of events around the world. If you become a member of the site, you can post events to the calendar.
Under the Main Menu item, Resources, you will also find :
- An introduction to the work of C.G. Jung
- Abstracts of the Collected Works of C.G. Jung
- The Jung Lexicon donated by Daryl Sharp, publisher of Inner City Books
- Lists of the Jungian training organizations worldwide
- A list of Jungian publishers
These resources are available to everyone, members and non-members alike.
How do I navigate?
Use the menu on the left to navigate throughout the site. Clicking on Articles will take you to a category list. If you are looking for a particular author, click on Authors on the main menu bar, and you can select from a list of authors arranged in alphabetical order by first name.
Why is access to certain articles restricted?
For full access to the resources of The Jung Page, we have established modest membership fees to help defray the cost of maintaining the site. It is a labor of love for the authors who contribute to this site; none are compensated for their work. We have tried to make the fees as reasonable as we can, and if you are unable to pay, please contact the webmaster we want to make these resources available to all who are interested.
How do I post to the events calendar?
Members can post events to our calendar by logging in and selecting Events from the main menu. Click Add an event and input your information using the simple wizard. Under Subject, enter the title of the event, and select an option from the Category list. Then input your event description in the Activity section (you can edit the HTML formatting in this space by clicking the HTML button on the far right of the toolbar at the top of the Activity section). Enter website and contact info in the boxes below. Once you are done entering information, click the save icon (a floppy disk), located at the top of the events screen.