Jung and Education: Elements of an Archetypal Pedagogy
Here, author Clifford Mayes offers his unique perspective on how Jungian ideas and techniques for psycho-spiritual discovery and growth play out concretely in a wide variety of educational contexts. In this book, he draws together over seven years of research to extensively and systematically outline the educational consequences of Jungian psychology.
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Transference and Typology
The Ascending Ego
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