Understanding the self ego relationship in clinical practice towards individuation is a volume in the clinical practice monograph series from the society of analytical psychology this series is intended primarily for trainees on psychotherapy and psychodynamic counselling courses and for those who are newly qualified. The self remains always greater than the ego and has infinite resources on which the ego can draw the ongoing process of including more of this self in consciousness is what jung calls individuation this theoretical approach is firmly grounded in clinical experience and case material illustrates the theory throughout. Jung complained that peoples understanding of the individuation process often confuses the coming of the ego into consciousness with the subsequent identification of the ego with the self individuation is then nothing but ego centredness and autoeroticism jung 1954 para 432. Understanding the self ego relationship in clinical practice towards individuation by margaret clark published by karnac london 2006 in the society of analytical psychology monograph series 118 pp gbp999 paperback review by sarah jackson this little volume is the third in the society of analytical psychology monograph series it is . Download citation on dec 27 2007 sarah jackson and others published understanding the self ego relationship in clinical practice towards individuation by margaret clark find read and
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