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.

In January, 2006, Don entrusted this site to the care of The Jung Center of Houston, Texas. The Center maintains this site in service to your desire to facilitate personal growth and development, to open to deepened insight, and to connect with others. In the isolation which the conditions of modern life and the advent of cyberspace often beget, we serve community by connecting people. Each of us have a separate journey, but there are many others on that journey with us. Our desire is to help people connect both to the life giving resources of the psyche, and with others seeking consonant direction and renewal.

Editorial Policy
While we welcome unsolicited manuscripts, we reserve the right to accept or decline offerings based on our perception of its contribution to the general public. This website exists not only to inform, but to encourage conversations on questions that matter. We ask only that common courtesies be practiced in all communications, and remembrance that this website is offered as a public service by unremunerated volunteers who offer their time and talents for the common good.