C.G. Jung: Therapist in Chief
, which is distributed by Lantern, is not only the premier publisher of books on analytical psychology in the United States but a magnificent repository of works by and about C. G. Jung.
Carl Gustav Jung (1875–1961) was a Swiss psychiatrist and the founder of the analytical psychology that now bears his name. Many of Chiron's titles deal specifically with Jung's theories and ideas, but some are more relevant to Jung's life and thought. In C. G. Jung: The Fundamentals of Theory and Practice
, Elie Humbert brings a unique understanding of Jung's ideas, developed over many years within the atmosphere of French psychoanalytic thought. In C. G. Jung: His Friendships with Mary Mellon and J.B. Priestley
William Schoenl uncovers two long-lasting relationships that influenced three important voices in twentieth-century ideas. Now revised, Jung: His Life and Work
by one of his leading interpreters and emanuenses Barbara Hannah is the most encompassing guide, while Young Carl Jung
presents a fascinating psycho-biography of the man who became one of the leading guides to the soul in the last two hundred years.
These books are just a small sample of Chiron's many titles, and we invite you to visit Chiron's page
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