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  • Jung and Guidance
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  • Theoretical Positions of Jung, Adler, and Freud
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  • Carl Gauss Bio
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  • Freud vs. Jung
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    In this essay I aim to describe and evaluate Carl Jung’s theory concerning personality types and show how they might usefully help a therapist to determine therapeutic goals. I will also look at the origins and characteristics of attitudes and functions and show how these can be related to psychol
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  • Freud vs. Jung
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  • Freud, Adler and Jung: Founders of Psychoanalytic Research
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    8/6/2009 Carl Jung’s “Analytic” Theory of Personality Major Constructs in Jung’s Theory Libido (the psyche’s source of energy) Persona (the masks we wear in life) Personal Unconscious (much like Freud’s notion of the unconscious) Collective Unconscious (the inherited force b
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  • Freud and Jung: Early Psychoanalytic Theories
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  • Freud vs. Jung Theories
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    Running head: EVALUATING JUNG FROM A CHRISTIAN PERSPECTIVE Evaluating Jung From A Christian Perspective Abstract Carl Gustav Jung has influenced many facets of modern psychology and counseling with his unique spiritual approach to personality theory. Herein lies a biographical...
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    After close examination of Carl Jung’s “archetypes” in his theory of The Psyche and The Self: The Personality as a Whole it is clear that J.R.R Tolkien referenced many of these in his work The Hobbit. His most prominent examples were shown to be illustrated in the forms of the Spiritual...
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  • Reflection on Carl Taylor Lecture
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  • Carl Gustav Jung
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  • Freud and Jung
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