Living With Paradox
- Author: Singer Harris, Anne
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- Availability: Available to borrow
- Format: Soft cover
Beginning therapists and other students of psychology interested in Jungian thought will find Harris' new book fascinating, understandable, and useful. Harris provides an overview of Jung's life, the philosophical roots of his theory, and essential elements of the Jungian approach to depth therapy. In addition, the book relates theory to clinical practice and to issues of concern to today's therapist, and ecology, science, gender issues, and the relationship between Jung's personal attributes and the theory he developed. A short section outlines conditions in managed care employment, plus possible approaches to independent practice, including certification as a Jungian analyst.
This study emphasizes the practical aspects of Jungian psychology, such as dreams and the relationship between mind and body. The book covers the main points of Jungian theory, accents personality types, exemplifies the main symbols and defines archetypes. It also discusses what it means to be a Jungian therapist in today's world and covers feminine versus masculine development.
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