C. G. Jung, neglected in his native Switzerland

Swiss psychotherapist Carl Gustav Jung may have been one of the founders of modern psychology but today he may be more revered abroad than in his homeland - something the privately-run Jung Institute hopes will change. With no university chair in Jungian psychology, the Jung Institute in Zurich is one of the few places where he is still taught. It also has regular semesters for foreign students and professionals. Not all students are psychotherapists: many are from the field of business or are in search of a deeper meaning in their lives. (Raffaella Rossello, swissinfo.ch -- SRF.ch)

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