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Jung and Aging: Possibilities and Potentials for the Second Half of Life

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Aging-what it is and how it happens-is one of today’s most pressing topics. Most people are either curious or concerned about growing older and how to do it successfully.

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Aging-what it is and how it happens-is one of today’s most pressing topics. Most people are either curious or concerned about growing older and how to do it successfully. We need to better understand how to navigate the second half of life in ways that are productive and satisfying, and Jungian psychology, with its focus on the discovery of meaning and continuous development of the personality is especially helpful for addressing the concerns of aging. In March 2012, the Library of Congress and the Jung Society of Washington convened the first Jung and Aging Symposium. Sponsored by the AARP Foundation, the symposium brought together depth psychologists and specialists in gerontology and spirituality to explore the second half of life in light of current best practices in the field of aging. This volume presents the results of the day’s discussion, with supplementary perspectives from additional experts, and suggests some practical tools for optimizing the second half of life.

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Publisher:Spring Journal, Inc.
Binding:Paperback
Volume(s):1
About the Author:Lionel Corbett, M.D., teaches depth psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, CA, and is the author of The Religious Function of the Psyche.
Product Dimensions:6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
Editor:Michael Carbine, Lionel Corbett, Leslie Sawin
Pages:272
Publication Date:March 22, 2014