Analytical Psychology Club of San Francisco
"Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes"
                                                                            - C. G. Jung

The purpose of the APC of San Francisco shall be to promote the study and discussion of analytical psychology and related subjects and to find opportunity for fellowship among those who have experienced analysis according to the concepts of 
analytical psychology as originated by Carl G. Jung.


Due to the current Covid-19 outback we will be replacing our upcoming public meetings with Zoom Video Conference Meetings for as long as necessary. This means you will be able to attend our currently scheduled meetings from the safety of your own home. Please check back to this website for possible schedule changes or updates.

We hope you are all safe and well.

- The Board of Directors

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Home and Soul:  The Yellow Brick Road


Robin Eve Greenberg, MA, MFT

May Meeting w May 17, 2020 from 2-5 PM w 

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Eventbrite - Dreams in Preparation for Death with Millie Fortier, PhD

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Robin Eve Greenberg will explore the complexity of home, how it relates to the body and the imagination, and is a developmental and archetypal journey. Home is a place where one lives, yet home is also a feeling inside, a yearning, and remembrance. It is something to grow into and grow out of. It is an experience of exile and refuge, of coming apart and reorganization. Home is found in relationship to somatic awareness, to inner listening, and to improvisation. Home is imagery, an oneiric dream. Homelessness and the refugee, personal and cultural walls to keep out danger, and opening doors for sanctuary, are part of the rich landscape related to homecoming, hope, and the longing to belong. Home lives in the natural surround and in the personal, cultural, and collective unconscious. Home is a multiplicity of meanings, and has inner and outer architecture. The subject of home will be contemplated through imagery, lecture, discussion, and experiences of active imagination. Creativity and Jung’s process of engaging with the unconscious, "active imagination"—opening to the unconscious and actively engaging with what comes up—is a journey home, with a capital H, and is an experience of soul-making.

Robin Eve GreenbergMA, MFT, is a Jungian analyst and member of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco. She holds a master of arts in dance and a master of arts in psychology with a specialization in somatic psychology. Robin teaches and lectures on a variety of subjects related to the art of psychotherapy, creativity, and opening to the imagination. She is an adjunct faculty professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies and at John F. Kennedy University, and is an associate editor of Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche. Robin has a private practice with offices in San Francisco and Kensington, California. Website: