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Practical Jung: Nuts and Bolts of Jungian Psychology

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Here is the world of Carl Gustav Jung, the great Swiss psychologist, applied to the real world of the therapist's office. Dr. Wilmer explores the Jungian approach in a deceptively light style, bringing not only his years of experience but his special wit, wisdom, and skill as an illustrator. Anyone interested in the process of psychotherapy--from beginning students to expe ...more
Paperback, 296 pages
Published January 1st 1999 by Chiron Publications (first published September 1st 1987)
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Simple explanations of Jung's archetypes and process of individuation. For those of us who are more visually oriented, the diagrams were a good way to illustrate principals. ...more
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No work that frequently uses the word enantiadromia can be considered practical.
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