Continuing its emphasis on giftedness as developmental potential for empathy, integrity, moral courage, wisdom, commitment, and authenticity, this volume focuses on Jungian concepts of individuation. Where Dabrowski probed disintegration (the falling away of constrictive, self-centered defenses), Jung limns the process of integration, aided by archetypal energies (e.g., anima, animus, and shadow). Dabroski's lens is turned on the transformative life of Eleanor Roosevelt, while an East Coast psychologist discusses qualities that make counseling gifted clients both challenging and rewarding. How the imposter phenomenon affects gifted women is also examined.
1990 E-ADJ Volume 2: Models of Integration
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