Wilmette, Ill. : Chiron, c1994.
xix, 269 p.; 26 cm
Harry Wilmer has a talent for taking the most complex and esoteric elements of Jungian theory and explaining them in a straightforward, amusing, and engaging manner. This sequel to Practical Jung offers humorous anecdotes and a wealth of useful information for teachers, therapists, social workers, pastoral counselors, and anyone who has ever wanted to know or understand more about Jungian ideas.
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