Southern Arizona Friends of Jung

June 6, 2022

Dear Friends of Jung,

I am pleased to announce that nine SAFOJ members have volunteered to serve on the SAFOJ Board for the following three years, starting in September 2022. (A Board Member’s term is for three years.) As you may remember, several months ago the current Board sent an email stating we might be in danger of dissolution since, the following the retirement of the current Board, there were not enough members who were willing to serve as SAFOJ Board Members. Happily this is not the case. We are so grateful that these members have stepped forth to be on the Board so that SAFOJ can continue.

The current Board and members of the future Board are working closely together to process this liminal space of being betwixt and between two boards. The future Board Members are committed to the continuation of SAFOJ and they have many new, creative ideas and approaches. The current Board is mentoring and supporting the new Board to help insure a smooth transition.

We will be sending an email soon with more detailed information about events for the upcoming year and announcing who has volunteered to serve on the Board beginning in September.

Wishing the best,

Elaine Flannagan, President (2021-2022)
Southern Arizona Friends of Jung

“There is no light without shadow and
no psychic wholeness without imperfection.
To round itself out life . . . calls not for perfection
but for completeness;
and for this the ‘thorn in the flesh’ is needed,
the suffering of defects without which there is no
progress and no ascent.”

—Carl Gustav Jung

Southern Arizona Friends of Jung is a public organization in Tucson

Friends of Jung is dedicated to promoting the psychology of C. G. Jung through affordable lectures, workshops and discussion groups designed for both lay and professional interests.

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Southern Arizona Friends of Jung is a non-profit organization that provides educational programming to the public about the work and theories of C.G. Jung. These educational offerings are not intended to function as professional counseling or psychotherapy for participants.