June Singer, Ph.D.
The Practice of
1994, a revised version of this book became available. For nearly
25 years, this text has served as a refreshingly clear and much
appreciated guide to those new to Jungian psychology. It also serves
as a reference to professionals in the field. Dr. Singer, a preeminent
Jungian analyst, has dedicated her career to amplifying, updating
and further developing C.G. Jung's ideas about the human psyche.
This new version includes an updated chapter on psychological types.
premier introduction to Jungian psychology
the importance of Individuation
revised chapter on Typology
Wheel of Psychological Types
Mary Loomis, Ph.D.
in its orientation, Dancing
the Wheel of Psychological Types (1991) integrates Jungian Type
concepts and ancient Native American teachings. Relates to the Medicine
Wheel, the Powers of the Four Directions and the Star Maiden Circle
to each other. The book focuses on issues involved in becoming conscious
and enabling the individuation process to unfold.
Medicine Wheel and the Powers of the Four Directions
Jung's ideas about psychological types and the development
of the Singer-Loomis Inventory
the Medicine Wheel, Typology and Individuation