by Alex Chapunoff, LMHC, TIRF
From time to time, we will post intros about teachers or authors who have made valuable contributions to therapy and self-knowledge.
Carl Jung (1875-1961) holds a key place in Western history because he was the first to bridge the gap between medical science (psychiatry) and mysticism. He was a psychotherapist from Switzerland who started out as a disciple of Sigmund Freud but later branched out on his own.
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