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About Us

Michigan Friends of Jung is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to presenting to the public, both lay and professional, the psychological ideas of Carl Jung. 

We are composed of people from all walks of life, and are dedicated to the belief that individuals are entitled to information that will aid them in increasing their self-awareness. 

We both welcome and encourage your interest in our web site, and invite you to visit this page often for updates on future events.


Our History



The Michigan Friends of Jung has undergone many changes throughout the years. Originally named the Center for Jung Studies of Detroit, we were incorporated as a Michigan non-profit corporation on the 24th of March, 1981 under section 501 © (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. 

The transition from the Center for Jung Studies to the Jung Society of Michigan provided a more geographically centered change. We will now be known as Michigan Friends of Jung. We hope the new name will encourage all, both professional and the general public to enjoy our yearly event offerings. 

Our major purposes in this endeavor then as now were established as follows: 

  • To disseminate information and knowledge pertaining to the study of Analytical Psychology as originated by Carl Jung. 

  • To further the study of Jungian Psychology and its application to the process of individuation.

  • To present public lectures, seminars, discussion groups, films and workshops for the purpose of      expanding an awareness of Jungian Psychology.

Board Members:

Cynthia Cuthbertson

Cheri McLaughlin

Greg Mahr

Elizabeth Sokolowski

Mark Sokolowski

Honorary Members: 

Angela Hellis

Jim Sternberg 

Marti Atkinson 

Floyd White