Boundaries of the Soul: The Practice of Jung's Psychology

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Jason Aronson, 1994 - Psychology - 486 pages
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With one hundred thousand copies in print since its publication twenty years ago, Boundaries of the Soul has become recognized as the classic introduction to Jung and the practice of Jung's psychology. Now, in a completely revised and updated edition, Dr. Singer incorporates the latest developments in Jungian psychology, particularly in the areas of masculine/feminine relationships, psychotherapeutic drug use, and the evolution of Jung's concepts and their applicability both clinically and in the world of business and industry. This new version of Boundaries of the Soul reaffirms its long-standing reputation as the best available introduction to Jung's thoughts.

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Review: Boundaries of the Soul: The Practice of Jung's Psychology

User Review  - Christa Ladny - Goodreads

A really good overview of a Jungian's approach to psychoanalysis. With all the ambiguity in any given theory from symptoms of a repressed animus to dream symbolism, the author gives case examples from ... Read full review

Review: Boundaries of the Soul: The Practice of Jung's Psychology

User Review  - Cara - Goodreads

A clear explanation of the practice of Jungian psychology, and a pleasure to read. Singer's writing is witty and opinionated, and filled with captivating details drawn from her many years of experience as a psychotherapist. Read full review

Contents

Analyst and Analysand
3
Complexes by Day and Demons by Night
43
From Associations to Archetypes
91
Copyright

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Jung and the Post-Jungians
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About the author (1994)

Singer, a Zurich-trained Jungian psychoanalyst, member of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco and founding member of the Chicago Institute. She maintains a private practice in Jungian analysis and transpersonal psychotherapy.

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