Transformation in Jungian Analysis
Transformation is a key concept in Jungian Psychology. It implies deep change in structures of the psyche-both conscious and unconscious. Transformation is a goal of Jungian analysis. How is this brought about in Jungian treatment? Does it always happen? How do you know it is happening? Is it dangerous? These are several of the questions considered in this lecture. Dr. Stein also reflects on the changes that are taking place in the practice of Jungian analysis itself. Is this also transformation?
© 1995 Murray Stein.
Ⓟ 1995 CG Jung Institute of Chicago.