The Jungian theoretical framework comprises a collection of the ideas and basic concepts of Carl Gustav Jung (1875–1961), which he developed over a lifetime of work. Jung treated a breadth of topics in general psychology from his perspective as a clinician, researcher, teacher, and psychological theorist. In his collected works, Jung wrote about subjects such as the psychogenesis of mental health disorders, symbols of transformation, civilization in transition, alchemical studies, the spirit in man, art and literature, and the development of personality.

Jung’s Approach to Clinical Theory and Therapeutic Practices

Jung considered himself an experimental psychologist who was interested in the structure of the human mind, or psyche, and he attended to its normal operations as well as its abnormal functioning. He had a positive view ...

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