For over three decades the C. G. Jung Institute of New York has provided a personalized, confidential referral service to the New York/tri-state community. The service offers referrals to individuals seeking reduced-fee Jungian psychoanalytic psychotherapy conducted by students training at the Institute. All students have Masters or Doctoral degrees and are under the supervision of licensed Jungian Analysts.
- Jungian psychoanalytic psychotherapy, providing, in addition to relief from symptoms, a broader understanding of the issues in our lives and an increased sense of basic aliveness through fostering individuation and psychological growth
- Treatment of specific conditions and issues:
- Specific Conditions: depression, anxiety, self-image, eating disorders, inhibitions, posttraumatic stress
- Adjustment Concerns: religious concerns, sexual orientation, aging and elder care issues, parental concerns, vocational decisions and stress, mid-life conflicts, relationship difficulties, and other issues
- Specific services oriented towards assisting creative and performing artists
- Personal growth and spiritual development
- Multi-lingual psychotherapy (in certain languages)
Fees are based on a sliding scale and range from $35 to $75 per session based on your income.
If you are interested in pursuing the process of low-fee Jungian psychoanalytic psychotherapy conducted by analysts-in-training at the C. G. Jung Institute of New York, please download the following two application forms, complete them and mail them, along with the cover page to your federal tax return, to the address listed below. You will also need to include a check or money order for a non-refundable application fee of $75.00, made out to the C.G. Jung Institute of New York. We do not accept credit cards or insurance for payment.
C.G. Jung Institute Low-Fee Referral Service
Dr. Gary Trosclair, Referral Service Coordinator
C.G. Jung Institute of New York
28 East 39th Street
New York, NY 10016
If you have specific practical questions regarding the application process, you may contact the Referral Service Coordinator, Dr. Gary Trosclair, at (212) 867-8461.
Once the application and fee are received, the Coordinator will contact you and arrange an appointment to conduct an initial screening interview to explore whether Jungian analysis would be of help to you, and if so, to determine a good match with an analyst-in-training at the Institute. We might ask you to attend more than one appointment with your intake worker, or to meet with a consulting psychiatrist. These appointments would require additional fees. Every effort is made to ensure that your referral is made considerately and without undue delay.
If you would prefer to work with a graduate Jungian analyst, a directory of certified Jungian analysts, searchable by location, may be found on the website of the New York Association for Analytical Psychology, the professional society of Jungian Analysts in the New York area, at www.nyaap.org. Alternately, you may wish to contact the Coordinator of the Professional Referral Service, Dr. Maurice Krasnow, at (646) 522-6922.