jung and racism

This article is an introduction to the significant questions for Jungians in relation to the racism in Jung’s writing and to the way post-Jungians have thought about this. It also outlines developments in Jungian theory that contribute to understanding the phenomenon of racism.

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what's it like to be a psychoanalytic psychotherapist?

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personal reflections on 'psychotherapy today': jungian perspective

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the experience of infant observation

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Rozsika Parker Prize 2018 - call for entries

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making room for madness in mental health: the psychoanalytic understanding of psychotic communications

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why become a psychotherapist? (part II)

We asked bpf members what motivated them to enter the field of psychotherapy - here are more of their responses.

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why become a psychotherapist? (part I)

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