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Record Type: Review   ID: 674

Self-Discovery the Jungian Way: The Watchword Technique

Daniels, Michael

 The author describes a technique he developed, called the Watchword Technique, which, though largely unintended, turned out to be based on Jungian typology and principles. In using the technique a person expresses personally significant words and their associations. This forms a matrix that provides clues to one’s psychological type, primary attitudes, and their psychodynamics. Daniels is a therapist, and his clients and others have found the method helpful. The matrix cannot offer any "final" truths as one’s life and one’s self are in flux, but it can bring to light complexes of significant imagery and ideas.
Publisher Information:London, England: Routledge, 1992. 149p. Bibl: 143-144; 14 figs; 46 matrixes; Name Ind: 145; Subject Ind: 146-149; 9 tables
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