Category: Jungian Psychology
Practical Parenting: Dealing with Childhood Nightmares
Dr. Tom of The Stockton Therapy Network explores how helping your children make sense of their dreams has a positive effect on their psychological development.
Practical Parenting: Time Management, Work & Life Balance, & Healthy Psychological Development
It was 6:15 AM. I was returning home from the gym to begin herding my children towards their first point of destination for the day. A quick bath, check. Assuring that 6 bags were packed and ready to go by the door, check. Dressing a nine and a five year old, check. Shoved two breakfast…
Siddhartha: Archetypal Themes of Healthy Psychological Adolescent Development
Adolescence emerges from an array of bio-psychosocial factors. While puberty occurs during adolescence, social factors also place increased pressure on children to become more oriented to adult capacities. It is common for adolescents to question the lessons they were taught during early childhood life; cognitively, independent thought comes online in conjunction with the physiological maturation…
Our Archetypal Beginnings: Siddhartha, The Importance of Fatherhood, and a Jungian Perspectives on Early Childhood Development
This article explores early archetypal development and the importance of fatherhood on early childhood development from a Jungian perspective.
Birth, the Miracle of Life & Archetypal Reveries from A Father’s Perspective
A Father’s Perspective of the Miracle of Life The intrauterine life of the fetus consists of 40 weeks of complete immersion in the womb. This environment exposes the child to the nurturing and devouring nature of the mother archetype. While the child has direct exposure to both the physical and symbolic mother during their gestational…