Rediscovering Carl Jung Amid the Global Mental Health Crisis

Every January, the world’s media are inundated with self-help articles full of tips for starting the year on the right foot. Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, these articles have become a mainstay of newspapers and blogs worldwide. This is hardly surprising. We are in the midst of a mental-health crisis of historic proportions spurred on by seemingly endemic uncertainty and…

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