Unconscious mind Essay Topics

The La Diablesse: Theories and Methods of Assessment

The story of the La Diablesse is one that is familiar to most Caribbean people. She may have different names but her modus operandi is the same; attract and destroy. The purpose of this paper and of our group is to explore the ‘why’ behind her motives. Not the ‘woman’s scorned’ excuse, but a more… View Article

Demian, Sinclair’s Inner Self

As a child most people grow up with the idea of being connected to an imaginary friend. From a psychological stand point, imaginary friends reveal the child’s fear, anxieties and perceptions; basically, they are a part of the child’s subconscious. Often a child is able to act out repressed feelings or thoughts through their imaginary… View Article

Personality psychology

In this essay I will aim to demonstrate an understanding of Jung’s Personality Types by describing and evaluating his theory and show how they might be useful in helping me to determine therapeutic goals. I will also look at some of the criticism levelled at Jung’s theory,I think this allows the therapist,ie myself to better… View Article

Analytical Psychology of Carl Jung

Psychological Therapeutic System, more commonly known as, Analytical Psychology, was developed and founded by a Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Gustav Jung. Carl’s family was very involved with the Christian faith, when Carl had his “initiation” he didn’t have any moving feelings and that was said to be a main reason to why he chose to go… View Article

Carl Jung and Case Study

In case study number four there is a character named Mark. Mark is an extroverted firefighter, According to Jungian theory there are two basic attitudes extroverted, and introverted. His character and disposition seems to be filled with an outgoing confident. In addition, he was described as not introspective which are character traits of an introverted… View Article

Carl Jung “the Collective Unconscious”

According to Carl Jung, “the collective unconscious is a universal datum, that is, every human being is endowed with this psychic archetype layer since his/her birth. One cannot acquire these strata by education or other conscious effort because it is innate. Carl Jung extended Freud’s theory of the unconscious. While he agreed that each of… View Article

Carl Jung

Carl Gustav Jung was born on 26th July, 1875 in Kesswyl, a town on Lake Constance in Switzerland. For sixty years, Carl Jung devoted himself with intense energy and with a singularity of purpose to analyzing the far-flung and deep-lying processes of human personality. Although Carl Jung’s theory of personality is usually identified as a… View Article