Wilmette, Ill. : Chiron Publications, 1987.
xiii, 279 p.; 26 cm
Here is the thought of Carl Gustav Jung, the great Swiss psychologist, applied to the real world of the therapist's office. Dr. Wilmer explores the Jungian approach in a deceptively light style, bringing not only his years of experience but his special wit, wisdom, and skill as an illustrator. Anyone interested in the process of psychotherapy-from beginning students to experienced practitioners, and even those in therapy themselves-will gain a new understanding and new insights, enjoying many a chuckle along the way.
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