Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Analytical psychology

Definitions and theoretical

Analytical Psychology was founded by Carl.G.Jung (1875-1961). It is part of a process to analyze the unconscious individual but also collective, whereas the psyche of an individual consists of both elements of the subject's personal life, as representations using myths and symbols universal. Analytical psychology is a process of individuation so that the subject has access to his own Self, the center of his psyche, to be its sum.


Analytical psychology appeals to free association (of ideas and images), analysis of the transfer (elements of the subject's life actualised in his relationship with his analyst) and the interpretation of dreams (analysis and understanding dreams of using free association). In addition, she studied the great myths and symbols of mankind for a better understanding of individual experience.

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